Marc received a Ph.D. in experimental psychology from the University of Pennsylvania in 2007. His experience in quantitative and qualitative methods includes ethnographic research, audience/visitor studies, survey design, design of experiments, moderating, and professional report writing including for regulatory documents. Design experience includes iPhone/Android apps, digital informational displays (e.g. for displaying EPIC data), custom communication interfaces, instructional material, and work/office environments including shared healthcare spaces. Marc’s academic publications cover evolution, perception and attention, child development, cognitive neuroimaging (EEG, MEG, and fMRI), consciousness, experimental philosophy, medical hypotheses, and human factors in healthcare. He says that human factors projects for clients can draw on any of these areas, and that iterating between basic and applied questions brings benefits to both types of research. Marc is currently a member of HFES and AAMI.