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Melissa Afterman is a Board Certified Professional Ergonomist with 25 years of practice in industrial, laboratory and office ergonomics. She is currently a senior ergonomist with the University of California Ergonomics Research Lab and Graduate Training Program and a faculty member in the Center for Occupational and Environmental Health’s Online Ergonomics Certificate Program. Melissa earned her Masters of Science degree in Human Factors/Ergonomics Engineering at San Jose State University and is an active member of the HFES Practitioners Technical Group.
Impact of Seat Material on Comfort, Preference and Performance During Computer-Based Tasks over a Prolonged Bout of Sitting
The Impact of Chair Design on Trunk Sway Parameters During Computer-Based Tasks Over a Prolonged Bout of Sitting