Former Trainees

After completing her training Nicole took a position as Practice Lead, Neuroservice, Vancouver General Hospital

Upon completion of his training Michael took up the position of Assistant Professor, Rehabilitation Medicine, Emory University

After leaving the lab Sonia took a position as Research Assistant, UBC Department of Pediatric Anesthesiology

Upon leaving the lab Katherine entered the Masters of Physical Therapy clinical program at UBC

Upon leaving the lab Liz began her graduate training as a MSc/PhD Student in the  Rehabilitation Science Graduate Program, UBC

Upon leaving the lab Jodi took up a position as Post-doctoral researcher in Dr. Sandra Black’s lab at Sunnybrook Health Sciences

Upon leaving the lab Paul took a position as Research Assistant, Department of Audiology, UBC

After graduation Meghan took up a position as a Research Assistant

Cam Mang completed his undergraduate degree in Physical Education and Master of Science in Neurophysiology at the University of Alberta. During that time his research interests were focused on the use of neuromuscular electrical stimulation to enhance corticospinal excitability. In the brief periods of time Cam has not been enrolled in university, he has spent time volunteering as an exercise therapist at a rehabilitation centre for children with disabilities in Nepal. His interest in rehabilitation after central nervous system injury led him to the BBL where he plans to utilize brain imaging techniques to better understand how neuroplasticity contributes to recovery after stroke. In his free time, Cam volunteers with adapted outdoor recreation programs and enjoys travelling, kayaking, hiking, cross country skiing, snowboarding and pretty much anything else that gets him outside.

Upon completion of his training Sean took up a position as Assistant Professor, Rehabilitation Medicine, Emory University

Upon leaving the lab Bubble began her Post-doctoral training at Simon Fraser University

Upon graduation Catherine took a position as Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science at University of Kansas Medical Center

Nick  investigated how low-intensity aerobic exercise affects motor learning and neuroplasticity, as well as the interaction between these effects and neuroendocrine responses to exercise. This work, in young healthy adults, is geared towards informing future research involving persons with chronic stroke.

After graduation Eric began Post-doctoral training at the University of Kansas medical Center

After graduation Jeanie took up a position as a Research Assistant

After completion of her degree, Jill took up a Post-doctoral fellowship at BC Children’s then returned to UBC as Assistant Professor in the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy