Gregory Lewis

Gregory Lewis, Ph.D.

Assistant Research Scientist

Member, Kinsey Institute Traumatic Stress Research Consortium

Assistant Professor of Intelligent Systems Engineering

Dr. Lewis uses traditional and novel signal processing techniques to measure the nervous system's regulation of peripheral physiological processes. His research involves building statistical models of dynamic neurophysiological systems in order to explain complex processes including cognitive, developmental, and psychological changes. One avenue of research uses traditional contact sensors, including modern wearable devices, to collect signals in the laboratory and in the field from human subjects. A second avenue of research is focused on developing novel, noncontact sensors to extend the research into new environments such as the classroom or the home.

As part of the Kinsey Institute Traumatic Stress Research Consortium, Dr. Lewis will be applying the methods and sensors developed at ISE to enable the Consortium's efforts to quantify the interaction between physical and sexual trauma, physiological and behavioral regulation, social functioning, and mental wellbeing.
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428 Lindley Hall
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405


  • Ph.D. Bioengineering at University of Illinois at Chicago
  • B.A. Psychology at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Research interests

  • Bioengineering
  • Signal Processing
  • Wearable Sensors
  • Psychophysiology

Recent grants, contracts, and other funding

Dr. Lewis is currently supporting two Department of Defense grants:

  1. Evaluating the effectiveness of heart rate variability biofeedback for enhancing psychological resilience in members of the Reserve Component, and
  2. Evaluating the feasibility of a wearable sensor based platform for detection of infectious disease exposure.

CV available upon request

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