Kathleen Robinette, Ph.D.

Kathleen is a Senior Consulting Scientist specialized in anthropometry, biostatistics, and fit and sizing for product development and assessment. She has more than 45 years’ experience leading the development, management, and transitioning of new technologies in the field of engineering anthropometry, including the development of 3-D automated human scanning and modeling for product design and evaluation. 

Kathleen planned, organized, negotiated, and directed the first successful 3-D whole body human measurement survey (CAESAR), which produced whole body models that continue to be used around the world today.

She is a Fellow of the Air Force Research Laboratory from which she retired after 30 years of service and is an Honorary Fellow of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Kathleen has a Ph.D. in Biostatistics and Epidemiology from the University of Cincinnati, an M.S. in Mathematics/Statistics from Wright State University, and a B.A. in Anthropology from Wright State University. She has more than 80 publications. 

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