Casey Lindberg is a postdoctoral research associate at the Institute on Place and Wellbeing (IPW), a research collaboration dedicated to studying the effect that the built environment has on human health, wellbeing, and performance. Casey's human behavior research expertise stems from his PhD in psychology from Stanford University where he studied emotions and memory across the lifespan. Casey also earned a Master of Education from Stanford University and later a Master of Architecture from the University of Colorado. Casey is broadly interested in the way different environments affect humans physiologically and psychologically. His current chief research role is to coordinate IPW's efforts on a project called Wellbuilt for Wellbeing, funded by the General Services Administration. Wellbuilt for Wellbeing brings together the latest advancements in wearable sensing technology and other IEQ measures to study how environmental factors affect people in real world settings. He is particularly interested in design solutions for the dissimilar effects the built environment has on people due to individual differences. Casey's teaching experience includes several psychology courses, statistics and research methods, and architecture studio. He is dedicated to the education of design professionals through translational communication of scientific findings related to human health, wellbeing, and performance.

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Postdoctoral Research Associate
Office Location: Cannon-Douglass House
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