ProAging Lunch @ UMBC Aging

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Date/Time
Date(s) - October 10, 2014
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Location
UMBC South Campus

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HOLD THE DATE!!
Friday, October 10th, 2014, from 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm

PERSON-CENTERED TECHNOLOGIES
FOR HEALTHY AND CONNECTED AGING

A Free ProAging Networking Event
Presented by UMBC Aging and the Guide to Retirement Living


Dr. Helena Mentis is an assistant professor in the Department of Information Systems and the Director of the Bodies in Motion Lab at UMBC.  Her research aims to address technology design and adoption from a person-centered perspective.  She is most interested in designing and evaluating technologies for movement sensing in healthcare contexts, specifically using commercial sensors such as the Microsoft Kinect or Leap Motion device.  Prior to her position at UMBC, she held a joint postdoctoral fellowship at Microsoft Research Cambridge and University of Cambridge, and then went on to serve as a research fellow at Harvard Medical School.  

Enjoy a great lunch and conversation with professionals, alumni, students, and faculty from UMBC’s innovative Management of Aging Services program.  Parking and refreshments are FREE.

Sponsored by Assisted Rehab.

Moderated by Dr. Judah Ronch, Dean, the Erickson School at UMBC, and Steve Gurney, Publisher, the Guide to Retirement Living.


To reserve your place, respond to [email protected].  For more information contact Kevin Heffner at [email protected] or 443-543-5624.