Rana Sagha Zadeh
Rana Sagha Zadeh, M.Arch., Ph.D., Associate AIA, LEED AP, EDAC, is a tenure-track assistant professor and the co-director of the Health Design Innovations Lab in the Department of Design & Environmental Analysis at Cornell University.
Dr. Zadeh’s interest includes healthcare design, evidence-based design and the translation and application of scientically tested research about design innovation into real-life policy and practice to achieve the best possible health, safety, quality, and efficiency outcomes via systems approach. Dr. Zadeh’s team is currently working on several projects. One primary focus is the development of non-pharmacological system solutions to improve quality of life and manage symptoms for patients with advanced and chronic illnesses, particularly in end-of-life, geriatric, and acute care settings. Other projects include the development of novel technological, environmental, and educational interventions to improve sleep and circadian rhythms for bedbound patients; the economic evaluation of improvements in care environments; and research into how workplace design can improve alertness,
productivity, efciency, and patient satisfaction.
Zadeh’s team is the recipient of the Innovation Incubator and the Novel Technology Awards from the Clinical and Translational Science Center and Weill Cornell Medical College. Zadeh has also received the Center for Health Design’s 2012-13 New Investigator Award for high-quality research in the eld of evidence-based
healthcare facility design and the 2013 Architectural Research Centers Consortium King Medal for innovation, integrity, and scholarship in environmental design research.
Zadeh’s team is the recipient of the Innovation Incubator and the Novel Technology Awards from the Clinical and Translational Science Center and Weill Cornell Medical College. Zadeh has also received the Center for Health Design’s 2012-13 New Investigator Award for high-quality research in the eld of evidence-based healthcare facility design and the 2013 Architectural Research Centers Consortium King Medal for innovation, integrity, and scholarship in environmental design research.
Reza najafian is a young Iranian Designer and Architect who born in 1980. He received his M.Arch from Azad university, science and research branch. From 2002 to 2006 he worked at GAMMA consultant, completing numerous projects many of which won awards and honors. In 2012, Reza established his own practice, ReNa Design, Even as a young office, ReNa Design is a well established name of architecture and design and has been involved in a wide range os successful.
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