Director of Human Performance
- Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute
- Department of Neuroscience
- Physiology and Pharmacology
- Gruenwald C, Middendorf M, Hoepf M, Galster S. (2018) Augmenting human performance in remotely piloted aircraft. Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, 89(2), 115-121.
- Yue T, Jia X, Petrosino J, Sun L, Fan Z, Fine J, Davis R, Galster S, Kuret J, Scharre DW, Zhang M. Computational integration of nanoscale physical biomarkers and cognitive assessments for Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis and prognosis. Sci. Adv. 3, e1700669 (2017).
- Tao K, Fan Z, Sun L, Makam P, Tian Z, Ruegsegger M, Shaham-Niv S, Hansford D, Aizen R, Pan Z, Galster S, Ma J, Yuan F, Si M, Qu S, Zhang M, Gazit E, Li J (2018) Augmenting human performance in remotely piloted aircraft. Quantum confined peptide assemblies with tunable visible to near-infrared spectral range.Nat Commun. 13;9(1):3217
- Middendorf M, Gruenwald C, Vidulich MA, Galster S. (2017). Developing and validating practical eye metrics for the sense-assess-augment framework. In P. S. Tsang, M. A. Vidulich & J. Flach (Eds.), Advances in Aviation Psychology, Volume 2: Using Scientific Methods to Address Practical Human Factors Needs (pp. 199-216). Routledge.
- Pappada S, Papadimos TJ, Lipps JA, Feeney JJ, Durkee KT, Galster SM, Winfield SR, Pfeil SA, Bhandary SP, Castellon-Larios K, Stoicea N, Moffatt-Bruce SD (2016). Establishing an instrumented training environment for simulation-based training of health care providers: An initial proof of concept. International Journal of Academic Medicine, Vol2, (1), pp. 32-40.
- Flach J, Bennett W, Galster S (2014) Aviation Psychology: Optimizing Human and System Performance. In, M.A. Vidulich, P. S. Tsang, and J. F. Flach (Eds.) Advances in Aviation Psychology, Volume 1. Ashgate Publishing Limited, Farnham, England.
- Parasuraman R, Galster S. (2013). Sensing, assessing, and augmenting threat detection: behavioral, neuroimaging, and brain stimulation evidence for the critical role of attention. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, <7:273. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00273
- Galster SM, Johnson EM. (2013) Sense-Assess-Augment: A taxonomy for human effectiveness; AFRL-RH-WP-TM-2013-0002; ADA585921; 88ABW-2013-2061; Cleared 30-Apr-13; Wright-Patterson AFB OH 45433; Human Effectiveness Directorate
- Parasuraman R, Baldwin CL, Knott B, Warm JS, Finomore V, Boehm-Davis D, Galster SM. (2012). Neuroergonomics, technology, and cognition. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 41, 5167-5171.
About Scott Galster
Dr. Galster is the Director of Human Performance for the WVU Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute and a Professor in the Department of Neuroscience in the WVU School of Medicine. Dr. Galster is also an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering at the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources.
Dr. Galster earned his undergraduate degree in Psychology from the Ohio State University and a Master’s Degree and PhD in Experimental Psychology from the Catholic University of America in Washington DC.
Dr. Galster most recently worked at the United States Air Force Research Laboratory where he was the Senior International Focal Point for the 711 Human Performance Wing and the Chair of the Working Group for the Office of the Secretary of Defense Human Systems Community of Interest. Prior to those posts, Dr. Galster was the Chief of the Applied Neuroscience Branch.
Dr. Galster focuses on all aspects of human performance research, including physical, cognitive, behavioral, biomarker, physiological, environmental, and social measures used to assess an individual’s or team’s functional state. The focus of these efforts is to improve recovery and readiness and increase or optimize performance across multiple groups including Athletes, Military, Patients and the general Population (AMP2). He will be responsible for developing and maintaining several new initiatives in these areas, to advance the state of the art in research, and improve people’s lives.