Join us on May 23rd for a talk by Dr. Lisa D’Ambrosio titled Keeping People Mobile Today and Tomorrow: Research at the MIT AgeLab. Dr. D'Ambrosio will describe the purpose and perspective of the MIT AgeLab and present the results of several recent projects. She will describe research on some of the changes drivers make as they age, as well as what older drivers think about new vehicle technologies and self-driving cars. Dr. D’Ambrosio will also introduce AGNES (the Age Gain Now Empathy Systems suit) and describe how this tool is used in the AgeLab’s work.
This exciting event will take place at the Brookline Senior Center May 23rd from 6-8pm. Register on Eventbrite: https://tinyurl.com/mfqzujt or by calling the TRIPPS line at (617) 730-2644. If you need help with transportation to or from this event, please call the TRIPPS line.
Lisa D’Ambrosio, Ph.D., is a Research Associate at the MIT AgeLab with 20 years of experience as an instructor and researcher. Her work focuses on questions around decisions that impact later life, such as those related to financial planning, transportation, mobility, and technology.