I am an Assistant Professor in the Division of Electrical
and Computer Engineering at Louisiana State University.
This semester I am teaching ENGR 3100 - Introduction to
Robotics (Fall 2017). Last semester I taught EE 7200 -
Healthcare Robotics and Instrumentation (Spring 2017).
I am eagerly looking for PhD students to assist with
research. Click the link below to apply!
In short, I thrive from positively
impacting people's lives. I have done so by developing a
robotic playmate to increase the efficacy of rehabilitation
protocols for individuals with motor-skill disorders. The
playmate is able to provide individuals with real-time
corrective feedback during therapy sessions that improve
both performance and engagement levels. Most recently, I
have been exploring creative methods to diagnose early-onset
Alzheimer's by monitoring eye gaze patterns via low-cost and
easily accessible platforms.
I am excited to continue this work
here in the Brown Lab.
LaVonda N. Brown, Ph.D.
Division of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Louisiana State University
3330-J Patrick F. Taylor Hall
Baton Rouge, LA 70803