Research Presentations

 The quadrupedal nature of human walking with implications for locomotor rehabilitation after stroke and spinal cord injury. Presented at the 17th International Kentucky Spinal Cord & Head Injury Research Trust Symposium, May 2011.

The quadrupedal nature of human walking and implications for rehabilitation of movement after stroke. Presented at the Psychology Seminar at Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Reflex coupling between the limbs during human locomotion: how the arms give the legs a helping hand. Keynote lecture in symposium “Current uses of electromyography to evaluate neuromuscular plasticity and control of movement” presented to the American College of Sports Medicine in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Your Arm Bone’s Connected to your Leg Bone – Why being like a cat means you can walk like a human. Presented at the Heart and Stroke Foundation of BC & Yukon Leadership conference “Full Sail Ahead”, Victoria, Oct 2007.




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2012 TEDx Edmonton

Science of Hollywood Superheroes

Inventing Iron Man