- CHIMe 2012
- CHIMe 2010
- Organizing Committee
Enid Montague received MS and PhD degrees in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech in 2008, specializing in human factors and ergonomics engineering, the future professoriate, women’s studies and human computer interaction. Dr. Montague is currently an Assistant Professor and Fellow at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and director of the Human-Computer Interaction Lab. Dr. Montague has received numerous awards for her research including the Francis Research Fellowship for research that emphasizes “longer, safer and healthier lives” and a Kl2 early career award from that National Institutes of Health (NIH) to explore trust in health care systems.
Dr. Montague’s research uses human-computer interaction methodologies, design principles and theories to understand health care systems to promote safety and patient-centered care. At present, Dr. Montague explores the role of trust between people and technologies in health care work systems. She looks at organizational and design factors that effect both workers and patients with the overall goal of understanding technology mediated interactions and designing new and effective health technologies.
PhD Industrial and Systems Engineering (Human Factors) Virginia Tech 2008
MS Industrial and Systems Engineering (Human Factors) Virginia Tech 2006
BS Psychology (Human Factors) Old Dominion University 2003