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Claire Gordon

U.S. Army Material Command

Office of the Director
U.S. Army Natick Soldier RD&E Center


Dr. Claire C. Gordon holds academic degrees in Biology (B.S. University of Notre Dame, 1976), Biological Anthropology (Ph.D., Northwestern University 1982), and Biostatistics (M.S. Harvard School of Public Health, 1990). Employed at the US Army Natick Soldier Research, Development, and Engineering Center in Natick, Massachusetts as a civilian research scientist from 1983-2013, Dr. Gordon’s research interests in human variation, biostatistics, and simulation methodology continue to influence the fit and safety of a wide variety of military & civilian first responder systems, from helmets, body armor & chemical protection, to helicopters, armored vehicles, and portable shelters. Although recently retired from Government Service, Dr. Gordon continues her work as a Senior Research Fellow in the Oak Ridge Institute for Science & Education (ORISE) Knowledge Preservation Program and as a US expert in the International Standards Organization working group in Anthropometry (ISO TC159/SC3/WG1), which she chaired from 2002-2012.

MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD: Female Pilot Accommodation in the UH-60M


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Gordon, Claire and Bennett, Ira. February 16, 2007. "Why Things (Still) Don’t Fit: Human Variation and Ergonomics in the 21st Century." Talk. CNS-ASU Science Cafe, Arizona Science Center, Phoenix, AZ.

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