A NeuroErgonomics Lab student-led paper by Oshin Tyagi won The Human Factors Prize this year at HFES Human Factors and Ergonomics Society! The paper addressed Equity and Inclusivity in human factors research by shedding light on causal brain dynamics as older women and men perform fatiguing work! This work also highlighted the utility of Neuroergonomics to uncover sex-specific strategies to preserve motor performance that existing ergonomic methods were unable to capture!
Oshin, we are so proud of you and can’t wait for more of such impactful work from you in the future!!