Maureen Linden has extensive experience in research project management, standards development, and management and delivery of services to clients. She is fluent in research methodology, experimental protocols, and instrumentation design, analysis, interpretation, and information dissemination. Linden has been active in SAE, ANSI/RESNA, and ISO standards development for over 15 years. She is also proficient in management of services to consumers. Linden has experience in both medical and vocational models of service delivery, conversant with service standard required by CMS and CARF, and caseload management and service provision to clients for 6 years.
Baker, P.M.A.; Linden, M.A.; LaForce, S.; Rutledge, J., Goughnour, K.P. (2018). Barriers to Employment Participation of Individuals with Disabilities: Addressing the Impact of Employer (Mis)Perception and Policy. American Behavioral Scientist. 62(5): 657-675.
LaForce, S, Bennett, DM, Linden, MA, Touzet, C, Mitchell, MH (2016). “Optimizing the Accessibility of Wireless Emergency Alerts: 2015 Survey Findings.” Journal on Technology & Persons with Disabilities. Vol 42 pp. 42-54
Moon, NW, Linden, MA, Bricout, J, Baker PM (2014)“Telework Rationale and Implementation for People with Disabilities: Considerations for Employer Policymaking.” Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation. Vol 48, no. , pp. 105-115.
Linden, MA, (2014)“Telework Research and Practice: Impacts on People with Disabilities.” Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation. 48 (1): 65-67.
Linden, MA, Milchus, KL (2014) “Teleworkers with Disabilities: Characteristics and Accommodation Use.” Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation. 47 (4).
Haynes, SA, Linden, MA. (2012) "Workplace accommodation and unmet needs specific to individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing." Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, 7(5): 408-415.
Sprigle SH, Linden MA, Riordan BM, “Analysis of Localized Erythema Using Clinical Indicators and Spectroscopy.” Ostomy Wound Management. 49 (3): 18-26 (2003).
Sprigle SH, Linden MA, Riordan BM, “Characterizing reactive hyperemia via tissue reflectance spectroscopy in response to an ischemic load across gender, age, skin pigmentation, and diabetes.” Medical Engineering & Physics 24(2002): 651-661.
Sprigle SH, Linden MA, McKenna DM, Davis KA, Riordan BM, “Skin Temperature Measurement to Predict Incipient Pressure Ulcers.” Advances in Wound Care. 14(3): 133-138 (2001)
Riordan BM, Sprigle SH, Linden MA, “Testing the Validity of Erythema Detection Algorithms.” Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development. 38 (1):13-22 (2001).
Kamper DG, Adams TC, Reger SI, Parnianpour M, Barin K, Linden MA. A technique for quantifying the response of seated individuals to dynamic perturbations. J Rehabil Res Dev. 2000 Jan-Feb 37(1):81-8.
Kamper DG, Adams TC, Reger SI, Parnainpour M, Barin K, Linden MA “A Low-cost, Portable System for the Assessment of the Postural Response of Wheelchair Users to Perturbations.” IEEE Transactions on Rehabilitation Engineering. 7(4): 435-442 (1999).
Adams TC, Reger SI, Kamper DG, Linden MA, Sahgal V: A clinical tool to predict dynamic seated stability. Ann. Biomed. Eng. 1998, 26: S129.
Linden MA, Sprigle SH, “Development of Instrumentation and Protocol to Measure the Dynamic Environment of a Modified Van.” Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development. 33(1), 1996.
Kamper DG, Reger SI, Adams TC, Linden M, Sahgal V: Effects of seating type and disability on stability during driving. Rehab R&D progress Reports 32¨ 311-312, 1995.
Sprigle SH, Linden MA, “Accelerations Experienced by Wheelchair Users with SCI in a Moving Van.” Technology and Disability, 5:81-91, 1996.
M.S. Biomedical Engineering, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
B.S. Electrical Engineering, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA