Dr. Carlos Cardillo
Doctoral Mentor - College of Health and Human Services
- Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences
- Ph.D. in Health Sciences
- Torch W, Cardillo C, (2012). Oculometric Measures as an Index of Clinical Causes of Driver Drowsiness and Inattention. International Driver Distraction and Inattention Group (Part 5, Distraction Measurements, Chapter 14) Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Wey Court
- Cardillo, C. (2008). Quantitative Electroencephalographic (QEEG) Changes Data Analysis for the Performance Sustainment of Two Man Crews Throuhout 87 Hours of Extended Wakefulness with Stimulants (Dextroamphetamine, Caffeine, Modafinil) and Napping. U.S. A
- Cardillo C, Russo MB, LeDuc PA, Torch W. (2007). Quantitative EEG changes under continuous Wakefulness and with Fatigue Countermeasures: Implications for Sustaining Aviator Performance. Foundations of Augmented Cognition, HCI 2007 International. Springer-
Teaching is a noble profession that allows me to share my knowledge and professional experience with a wide variety of students with a wide variety of viewpoints. Although challenging, I feel that the more I share with the students, the more I learn. As a professor and as a researcher, time becomes a precious resource; however, I have learned to use this resource wisely and enjoy the interaction with students.
Areas of Expertise
Experienced professional attuned to the ever-changing needs of organizations. Utilizes a unique blend of business acumen, scientific research, project management, and state-of-the-art technology development. Over 25-year of experience working in projects that requires the ability to identify areas needing vision and projection in the health science arena, which includes scientific, clinical, neurophysiological, and human factor research design, implementation, administration, and finances. This experience is in military, academic, and private institutions.