Elahn Little, MPH is a research scientist with the SimTigrate Design Lab (SDL). She received her Bachelor’s in Psychology and Master’s in Public Health, both from Georgia State University, where she gained 7 years of experience conducting research on healthcare and health policy issues.
In her current role, Elahn works with the Cognitive Empowerment Program at Emory University to provide evidence-based healthcare facility and home design strategies for those facing mild cognitive impairment (MCI). She supports multiple SDL research studies that seek to form new, and further build upon existing, design strategies. She also facilitates co-design sessions with researchers and individuals with MCI to inform interventions designed to improve their quality of life.