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A-Z Members

Below is a list of all Center for Applied Health Research on Aging members. View individual profiles of our members – with publication and contact information, research and clinical specialties, and more – via the links below.

Jordan, Neil

Jordan, Neil

Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences (General Psychiatry), Medical Social Sciences (Determinants of Health), Preventive Medicine

Kim, Howard S

Kim, Howard S

Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine

Kim, Minjee

Kim, Minjee

Associate Professor, Neurology (Neurocritical Care)

Kocherginsky, Masha

Kocherginsky, Masha

Professor, Preventive Medicine (Biostatistics), Obstetrics and Gynecology (Gynecologic Oncology)

Kwasny, Mary Morrissey

Kwasny, Mary Morrissey

Professor, Preventive Medicine (Biostatistics)

Ladner, Daniela P

Ladner, Daniela P

Professor, Surgery (Organ Transplantation), Medical Social Sciences (Determinants of Health)

Lagu, Tara

Lagu, Tara

Professor, Medicine (Hospital Medicine), Medical Social Sciences (Implementation Science)

Lewis, Daniel Rees

Lewis, Daniel Rees

Research Assistant Professor, McCormick School of Engineering

Description of Interests

Dan is a Research Assistant Professor and Learning Scientist in the Delta Lab in the Segal Design Institute at Northwestern University. In his research, he creates and studies pedagogies, technologies, and organizations to promote more effective teaching and learning of real-world design. For example, his projects have focused on how to support university students designing for the homeless population or how teachers can design more effective and equitable curricula. In his work, he draws from and contributes to the Learning Sciences, Computer-supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL), Design Theory, and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). His current projects include examining how to help design teams learn to work with stakeholders to discover and meet their needs; creating technology to provide more effective stakeholder and peer feedback; examining the nature of coaching in design and how to create technology for coaching; and defining design-based research methods to help researchers be more responsive to stakeholder needs.

Linder, Jeffrey A

Linder, Jeffrey A

Professor, Medicine (General Internal Medicine)

Lindquist, Lee Ann

Lindquist, Lee Ann

Professor, Medicine (Geriatrics)