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Clark, Torin K Assistant Professor

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  • Prof. Clark's research is focused on the challenges that humans face during space exploration missions. Specifically he focuses on astronaut biomedical issues, space human factors, human sensorimotor/neurovestibular function and adaptation, interaction of human-autonomous systems, mathematical models of spatial orientation perception, and human-in-the-loop experiments.

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  • bioastronautics, orientation perception, sensory adaptation, neurovestibular, aerospace human factors

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global connections related to teaching and scholarly work (in recent years)

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