|Chang, Chien-Chi (Max)
conducts occupational biomechanics research.
specializes in slips and falls research.
has conducted ergonomic research at the Institute for more than 40 years.
directs the Center for Injury Epidemiology and oversees the Institute's extramural collaborations.
directs the Center for Behavioral Sciences.
uses a human factors approach to investigate balance and postural stability.
directs the Center for Physical Ergonomics.
is the Institute's Director of Research Operations.
studies human-systems integration and sociotechnical systems.
studies driver behavior and transportation safety.
is an industrial and organizational psychologist.
studies the role of cognitive factors in workplace accidents and injuries.
studies driver behavior, performance, and safety.
studies the impact of the changing nature of work on occupational safety.
conducts research involving upper extremities and hand-held power tools.
studies the epidemiology of traumatic occupational injuries.
conducts physiological and biomechanical investigations of work-related musculoskeletal disorders.
conducts epidemiology research and develops methods for analyzing large occupational health datasets.
conducts research on low back pain, industrial knife use, and other repetitive motion tasks.
Noy, Y. Ian
is the Research Institute Director.
directs the Center for Disability Research.
specializes in work systems design research concerning office ergonomics.
studies return to work outcomes for the Center for Disability Research.
conducts epidemiological research in the area of slips, trips, and falls.
studies occupational biomechanics.
has research interests in psychosocial rehabilitation following disabling injury.