Dr. Mukherjee has received funding from the AHA for research in rehabilitation robotics in chronic stroke survivors, from NASA for investigating sensory augmentation of gait adaptation and is currently leading an NIH-funded research study investigating the effects of virtual reality on gait variability after stroke. His major research objective is the exploration of sensory augmentation methodologies for enhancing motor learning.
The presenter, Mukul Mukherjee, Ph.D., and planning committee, Nick Stergiou, Ph.D., Jeffrey Kaipust, M.S., Angela Collins, B.S., and Jackie Farley, CPP have no financial conflict of interest to disclose.
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OVERALL COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES
- Describe and explain the need for clinical translational research in biomechanics, variability, motor disorders, physical therapy and related studies.
- Comprehend the research outcomes being performed in biomechanics, variability, motor disorders, physical therapy and related studies.
- Recognize and develop future research methods for motor related disorders and variability studies.
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