Lisa Lim is a researcher, designer, and educator at Texas Tech University with the primary focus of improving health and wellness of users through design. She received her Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Science in Architecture from Seoul National University, and her Ph.D. from Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. Lim is interested in how spatial layouts can support individual experience and organizational outcomes and how designers can provide such environments. With her academic and practical architectural background, she has expertise on analytical and empirical approaches for understanding both space and the people in it.
Craig Zimring, PhD, EDAC is a board member of the Center for Health Design and one of the developers of evidence-based design. He is the director of the SimTigrate Design Lab and has produced over 80 publications in scholarly and professional press. While he continues to conduct field research, his work has recently evolved to new questions about how we can better integrate evidence into planning and design through simulation and modeling methods drawn from systems engineering, mechanical engineering, architectural research and other disciplines.
General Internist, Division of Primary Care Internal Medicine
Mayo Clinic Rochester
Robert Stroebel is general internist in the Division of Primary Care Internal Medicine at Mayo Clinic Rochester and an Associate Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine. Dr. Stroebel has practiced Internal Medicine for the past 25 years with a career focus in practice redesign. He currently serves as Board Chair and Chief Medical Officer of the Mayo Clinic Community Accountable Care Organization.
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