Paula Collins

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TITLE: Group Leader
EMAIL: [email protected].mit.edu

Dr. Paula P. Collins leads the Human Health and Performance Systems Group, which focuses on technology-based enhancements to health, performance, and recovery through innovative and objective human-centered solutions. She also serves as portfolio lead for development and evaluation programs to advance integrated wearable sensing for improved health and human performance, primarily in support of military operations.   

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Nicolas Malyska

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TITLE: Assistant Group Leader
EMAIL: [email protected]

Dr. Nicolas Malyska leads a portfolio of technologies related to augmenting human audition, quantifying and mitigating the effects of blast and high-intensity sound, and applying artificial intelligence to language-learning technology. He is also deputy lead of the Laboratory’s internal biomedical investment portfolio.

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Ryan McKindles

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TITLE: Assistant Group Leader
EMAIL: [email protected]

Dr. Ryan J. McKindles leads several research teams focused on the development of medical technologies. He supports a diverse portfolio of programs that bridge the fields of neuroscience, sensorimotor control, biomechanics, tissue modeling, medical imaging, exoskeletons, wearable technologies, and human subjects research.

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Hayley Davison Reynolds

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TITLE: Assistant Group Leader
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Dr. Hayley J. Davison Reynolds oversees the neurocognitive technologies portfolio within the group. She currently strategizes how neurocognitive sensors and models, and decision support utilizing these capabilities, can aid human health and performance in the Department of Defense and beyond.

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