Have a listen to Dr. Patterson discuss the importance of “beautiful movement” in rehabilitation. She touches on how dance and music have multifaceted benefits that she is hoping to explore further in her own research. For the full interview, head over to James Braithwaites’ Youtube channel!
RSI – Ontario Graduate Scholarship Congratulations to RELEARN Lab PhD student Sarah Gregor on receiving a 2019-2020 Ontario Graduate Scholarship! Sarah is a graduate of the Masters of Science in Physical Therapy program at the University of Toronto. As a physiotherapist, Sarah is interested to research rehabilitation questions that she can one day apply toContinue reading “RELEARN Lab – 2019 At A Glance”
Congratulations to RELEARN Lab PhD student, Sarah Gregor on being presented with this year’s Community Service Award at the annual RSI Research Day! Every year, the RSI Research Day event showcases and celebrates the research being conducted by the bright and talented graduate students of RSI via poster and oral presentations. This year marked severalContinue reading “Congratulations Sarah!”
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! Visit the MyHealth webpage for more exciting content
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 andContinue reading “TRI Research Day 2019”