Julie Vaughan-Graham PT, PhD who is a post-doc in the RELEARN Lab has been featured in an article by Canadian Stroke Recovery News! Click the photo below to learn more about Julie and her research under the Trainee Profiles segment of the article.
We are currently recruiting participants for a number of exciting studies taking place in our lab. Please select a study below to learn more!
Over the weekend, the RELEARN Lab and the Muscle Function and Performance lab worked with MyHealth to put together a hands-on educational session for kids in grades 4-12. The future of rehabilitation research is in excellent hands!
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RELEARN Lab PhD students Sarah Gregor and Lucas Crosby presented their work at Toronto Rehabilitation Institute Research Day 2019. Great work!
Sarah’s poster was titled “Structuring a Dance Program for People with Stroke” and provides practical recommendations for how to best structure dance programs to optimize their success.
Lucas’ poster was titled “Beat Perception and Production Abilities Affect Responsiveness of Temporal Gait Asymmetry to Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation Following Stroke” and showed that a group of individuals who are better able to perceive or produce rhythms had immediate improvements in walking symmetry when walking to a rhythmic cue compared to those with poor rhythmic abilities.
On February 2nd, 2019 we are teaming up with MyHealth & the Muscle Function and Performance lab to teach students in grades 4–12 about the science of movement! Participants will see innovative and exciting research techniques in action.
If you or someone you know is interested, contact email@example.com by Jan 30th, 2019 to register.