Lorrin Robinson

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Research Scientist
RBI 500 10th street NW

Lorrin Robinson is a Research Scientist at the Georgia Institute of Technology where she serves as a member of research project teams for Georgia Tech’s HomeLab – a hub for in-home research activities around technological promotion of health, wellness and independence of adults and children – and the Center for Advanced Communications Policy (CACP) whose key organizational focuses encompass the adoption of and access to cutting-edge, advanced communication technologies.

Lorrin’s ethnographic research and data collection experiences are attributed to her public health background where she has worked across various population health projects, in the public and government sectors, whose aims targeted efficacy assessments of public health policies affecting adult and vulnerable population programs, missions and strategies.

Lorrin’s current research interests involve human performance research projects, health policy research and protocol developments for usability testing for people with functional limitations due to age or disability.