Our research focuses on developing and testing novel gait rehabilitation strategies to maximize walking function and gait quality in people with post-stroke hemiparesis. We seek to understand neuromechanics mechanisms causing gait dysfunction, and to design intervention approaches that are founded on an in-depth understanding of the neurobiological and biomechanical processes underlying gait training. Check out the publications from our lab!

Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to assess corticospinal excitability of lower limb muscles. Read more

Peripheral nerve stimulation and TMS-induced H-reflex facilitation to non-invasively probe spinal and supraspinal motor control circuit function. Read more

Real-time gait biofeedback to target specific post-stroke gait deficits. Read more

The neural and biomechanics processes underlying Fast treadmill training and functional electrical stimulation (FES) gait treatments . Read more

Innovative game-based interfaces to make stroke gait rehabilitation more fun, engaging, and effective. Read more