Jordan Q. Hartley is a Research Technician at the Human Factors and Aging Lab. She is interested in issues related to older adults and technology acceptance. Some research she is currently involved in includes investigating older adults attitudes towards using exergames and assessing the barriers and facilitators older adults with a lower-body mobility impairment have about using televideo technologies for social connectedness, physical activity, and healthcare activities.
Brian M. Pastor is the Research Laboratory Coordinator in the Human Factors and Aging Laboratory as well as the Program Coordinator for the Collaborations in Health, Aging, Research, and Technology (CHART) Program. His research interests include neuroscience, including epilepsy, traumatic brain injury, and functional imaging, as well as the utilization and function of technology among the aging population.
Elena T. Remillard is a Research Scientist at the Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA). Her research focuses on design and technology for healthy aging. Specific research interests include assistive technology and home modifications for aging in place, technology acceptance among older adults, and aging with disability.