Monthly Archives: July 2018

19 Jul 2018
Jaclyn Baron

Jaclyn Baron, Senior Human Factors Engineer

Jaclyn Baron, Senior Human Factors Engineer “The work of a human factors engineer is to improve the interface between humans and systems – reducing errors by making that interaction more intuitive in how information is presented. From an aviation cockpit to Microsoft Word to medical devices, you can probably find many examples in your daily life of interaction models that work well and those that don’t. While pursuing my PhD, I took an internship at the Mayo Clinic and then, […]

02 Jul 2018

Medical Innovations Must Benefit All, Not Some

Medical Innovations Must Benefit All, Not Some by John Sjölund, VP Connected Injection July 2, 2018 I’ve been living with Type 1 diabetes for more than 30 years, and I have worked hard to never let my condition slow me down or limit me. I am a regular at my local Crossfit box, I have completed the largest bike and cross-country ski races in the world and numerous triathlons and half-marathons. I have lived in Africa, Europe and the United […]