Adjunct Research Professor
|Degrees:||M.A. (Waterloo), Ph.D. (Waterloo)|
Dr. Jocelyn Keillor is a Senior Research Scientist at National Research Council Canada’s Flight Research Laboratory. Dr. Keillor’s research focuses on the use of physiological measures to investigate the effects of aircraft environmental factors such as whole body vibration, altitude, and microgravity on aircrew alertness, fatigue, and performance. Dr. Keillor also studies aircrew visual attention in the context of interaction with airborne sensor systems. The Flight Research Laboratory at NRC operates a fleet of nine research aircraft is completing construction on a new ground-based Cabin Comfort & Environmental Research Facility. Dr. Keillor’s research program emphasizes airborne experimentation including the recording of multiple physiological measures (EEG, heart rate, respiration etc.) from aircrew during flight. Dr. Keillor has extensive experience leading projects funded by Canada’s Department of National Defence, collaborating internationally under NATO and TTCP. Dr. Keillor holds a PhD in Behavioural Neuroscience from the University of Waterloo, and completed her post-doctoral training in the Faculty of Medicine, Department of Neurology at the University of Florida.