Bill was drawn to a career in human factors when he realized it would allow him to continue to be inquisitive outside of academia. He’s specifically interested in deepening our understanding of how users interact with cutting edge technologies.
Bill has a PhD in Neurotechnology from The Francis Crick Institute. He has a great deal of experience with qualitative and quantitative data analysis, experimental research, and interacting with complex scientific equipment. He specializes in moderating usability sessions and has honed the ability to efficiently collect data from interview and study participants. At Bresslergroup, he uses these skills to plan, execute, and report on human factors research.
After years of working with dispersed scientists and engineers, Bill’s excited to collaborate within interdisciplinary teams. Outside of work, he can be found playing ultimate frisbee, doing hot yoga, or reliving his glory days as a musician by seeking out live music.