The following list of peer reviwed documents has been pulled from my CV and encompasses previous and current research projects in which I’ve been involved (Updated 17 August, 2018). For additional information on ongoing research, please see the Research Projects page. For downloadable PDFs, please see my Research Gate profile


Peer Reviewed Journal Publications

  1. Masterova, K., Anderson, A., Cowan, D., Fellows, A., Buckey, J., “Portable Autorefractors for Detecting Axial Length Changes in Space.” Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance. 2018 Aug 1;89(8):724-730. doi: 10.3357/AMHP.5049.2018.
  2. Buckey, J., Phillips, S., Anderson A., Chepko, A., Archambault-Leger, V., Gui, J., Fellows, A. “Microgravity-Induced Ocular Changes are Related to Body Weight” American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative, and Comparative Physiology. 2018 May 16. doi: 10.1152/ajpregu.00086.2018.
  3. Anderson, A., Butterfield, J., Subramanian, P., Clark, T. “Intraocular Pressure and Cardiovascular Alterations Investigated in Artificial Gravity as a Countermeasure to Spaceflight Associated Neuro-ocular Syndrome”Journal of Applied Physiology (1085). 10 May 2018
  4. Anderson, A.,Mayer, M., Fellows, A., Cowan, D., Hegel, M., Buckey, J. “Relaxation with Immersive Natural Scenes Presented Using Virtual Reality” Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance 1:88(6): 520-526, June 2017. DOI: 10.3357/AMHP.4747.2017
  5. C. Rieke, O. Clavier, L. Allen, A. Anderson, C. Brooks, A. Fellows, D. Brungart, J. Buckey. “Fixed-Level Frequency Threshold Testing for Ototoxicity Monitoring” Ear and Hearing, Mar 30, 2017. DOI: 10.1097/AUD.0000000000000433.(Nominated for Best Paper)
  6. Anderson, A.,Babu, G., Swan, J., Phillips, S., Knaus, D., Toutain-Kidd, C., Zegans, M., Fellows, A., Gui, J., Buckey, J. “Ocular Changes Over 60 Minutes in Supine and Prone Postures” Journal of Applied Physiology (1985). May 2017. DOI: 10.1152.japplphysiol.00687.2016
  7. Anderson, A.,Fellows, A., Binsted, K., Hegel, M., Buckey, J., “Autonomous, Computer-Based Behavioral Health Countermeasure Evaluation At HI-SEAS Mars Analog” Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance 2016; 87(11):912-920.
  8. Anderson, A.,Swan J., Phillips, S., Knaus, D., Kattamis, N., Toutain-Kidd, C., Zegans, M., Fellows, A., Buckey, J., "Acute effects of changes to the gravitational vector on the eye" Journal of Applied Physiology, 120 (8) (April 15, 2016): 939-946
  9. Anderson, A., Menguc, Y., Wood, R., Newman, D., “Development of the Polipo Pressure Sensing System for Dynamic Space-Suited Motion” IEEE Sensors Journal 15 (11): 6229-6237. November 2015
  10. Anderson, A., Newman, D., Welch, R., “Statistical Evaluation of Causal Factors Associated with Astronaut Shoulder Injury in Space Suits” Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance 86 (7): 606-613. June 2015
  11. Anderson, A.,Newman, D., “Pressure Sensing for In-Suit Measurement of Space Suited Biomechanics” Acta Astronautica 115. May 2015

Peer Reviewed Conference Publications

  1. Huerta, R., Kerr, E., Anderson, A.“Mechanical Counterpressure and Gas-Pressurized Fusion Spacesuit Concept to Enable Martian Planetary Exploration”. International Conference on Environmental Systems, Albuquerque, NM, July 2018.
  2. Shen, Y., Boppana, A., Arquilla, A., Anderson, A.“Wearable Sensor Suit System for Quantifying Human-Spacesuit Interactions.” IEEE Aerospace Conference, Big Sky MT, March 2018.
  3. Buckey, J., Phillips, S., Anderson, A., Chepko, A., Archambault-Legere, V., Masterova, K., Fellows, A., Cowan, D. “The Importance of Tissue Weight and Tissue Compressive Forces in Human Spaceflight” 68thInternational Astronautical Congress, International Astronautical Federation. Adelaide, Australia. 25-29 September, 2017. 
  4. Anderson, A., Newman, D., “Pressure Characterization Between the Upper Body and Space Suit During Mission-Realistic Movements” IEEE Aerospace Conference, Big Sky MT, March 2015.
  5. Anderson A., Hilbert A., Bertrand P., Newman D., In-Suit Sensor System for Characterizing Human-Space Suit Interaction, International Conference on Environmental Systems, Tucson, AZ, July 2014.
  6. Bertrand P., Anderson A., Hilbert A., Newman D., Feasibility of Spacesuit Kinematics Characterization and Human-Suit Interactions, International Conference on Environmental Systems, Tucson, AZ, July 2014.
  7. Anderson A., A. Diaz, M. Kracik, G. Trotti, J. Hoffman, and D. Newman, “Developing a Spacesuit Injury Countermeasure System for Extravehicular Activity: Modeling and Analysis” International Conference on Environmental Systems 2012, San Diego, CA
  8. Anderson, A., J. Waldie, D. Newman, "Modeling and Design of a BioSuit Donning System" International Conference on Environmental Systems 2010, Barcelona, Spain
  9. Anderson, A., J. Turner, L. Gundersen, G. Trotti, D. Newman"Framework for Space-Inspired Informal Education Exhibits" International Conference on Environmental Systems 2010, Barcelona, Spain.
  10. D. Barnhart, J. Kunc, A. Anderson, J. Cheng, O. Faghfoor, “Hands-On Space Flight Risk Reduction Training Through Ground Based Dynamic Flight Testing” International Astronautical Congress 2007, Hyderabad, India

 


Theses

  1. Anderson, A. “Understanding Human-Space Suit Interaction to Prevent Injury During Extravehicular Activity” Doctoral Degree in Aerospace Biomedical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Advisor Prof. Dava Newman. June 2014
  2. Anderson, A. “Addressing design challenges in mechanical counterpressure spacesuit design and space-inspired informal education policy” Masters Degree in Aerospace Engineering and Technology Policy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Advisor Prof. Dava Newman. February 2011