Research

Our research focuses on developing novel gait rehabilitation interventions and strategies. We seek to achieve this through an in-depth understanding of the neuroplasticity, biomechanical, and motor learning mechanisms underlying gait and gait training. See our publications page for more information


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

Peripheral nerve stimulation and TMS-induced H-reflex facilitation to assess spinal and supraspinal excitability. Read more

Real-time gait biofeedback to retrain post-stroke gait. Read more

Fast treadmill training and functional electrical stimulation (FES) to retrain post-stroke gait. Read more

Innovative game-based interfaces for stroke gait rehabilitation. Read more