Go to the Healthcare Robotics Lab website to learn about my most recent work. Stay here, if you're interested in my background.
I am an Associate Professor with tenure at Georgia Tech in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University. My research focuses on robotics with an emphasis on mobile manipulation and human-robot interaction in the context of healthcare. I also have adjunct appointments in the School of Interactive Computing and the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. I am an active member of the Center for Robotics and Intelligent Machines at Georgia Tech (RIM@GT) and most of the PhD students I advise are in the Robotics PhD Program.
On this site you can read about my background and download my CV. I also try to keep my Google Scholar page up to date.
Sometimes you can reach me at my email address, although you should be aware that I tend to go through periods during which I am unresponsive via email. I do not devote the time necessary to respond to all inquiries, and even emails to which I want to respond can sometimes result in a response months later. I prioritize, and much prefer, face-to-face, in-person communication.
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