Hanya Irfan

Hanya Irfan earned her Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences with University Honors distinction. She was awarded Honors in the Major for her Honors Undergraduate Thesis examining the connection between health risk behavior, shame and guilt proneness, and self-esteem. Her primary research interests involve the intersection between physiology and behavior and improving public access to health and psychological services. As a member of the MIT2 research laboratory, she serves a lead research assistant investigating the effectiveness of online versus in-person vigilance testing and is passionate about studying modern human-technology interaction in the field of Human Factors.