Elizabeth T. Newlin


Doctoral Student, Human Factors Psychology 

Old Dominion University

Norfolk, VA 23529



Teaching Philosophy

ODU HFES Student Chapter

ODU IOPSA Student Chapter

HFES National Chapter

Elizabeth is a third year doctoral student at Old Dominion University in the Human Factors Psychology program. She graduated in 2005 from The University of Texas at Austin with a B. A. in Psychology, a B. S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders and a minor in Senior Fellows Communication honors program.  

Elizabeth is currently working with Dr. James P. Bliss in the REACTs Lab (Research Environment for Alarms and Complex Task Simulation). She is currently conducting research on pilots' prioritization of alarms and distributed team training.

Elizabeth is also working with Dr. Mark W. Scerbo conducting research concerning the standardized patient program at the Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS),  training in a virtual operating room (VOR), simulator training in nurse anesthesia.

In addition to Elizabeth's research interests, she is actively involved in Old Dominion University's student HFES chapter.