Associate Professor, Industrial Engineering
Human-automation interaction, Automation in health care, Systems for health equity and patient safety
Enid Montague, PhD is a human factors engineer with expertise in human-automation interaction in health care. Dr. Montague researches appropriate automation between physicians, patients and technologies and designing systems for health equity, and patient safety. She uses mixed methods in naturalistic settings to model human technology interaction and develop guidelines for human-automation that is efficient, effective and safe for patients and health care providers.
Enid Montague received MS and PhD degrees in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech, specializing in human factors and ergonomics engineering. Dr. Montague is the director of the Wellness and Health Enhancement Engineering Laboratory (WHEEL). Dr. Montague has received numerous awards for her research including the Francis Research Fellowship, a Kl2 early career award from that National Institutes of Health (NIH), and a Fulbright award to improve health care systems.