Results of the 2017-2018 competition
RESEARCH ASSISTANT Description of the research area: Timothy Wideman, Ph.D. (CRIR Axis 1 and School of Physical and Occupational Therapy, McGill University) conducts research on pain and pain-related disability. His research program focuses on better understanding and managing chronic musculoskeletal pain….
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VISUAL DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION LABORATORY — Walter Wittich, Ph.D., FAAO CLVT School of Optometry, Université de Montréal; CRIR−Institut Nazareth et Louis-Braille; CRIR−MAB-Mackay Rehabilitation Centre. In the context of a research project involving visually impaired individuals (18 to 75 years old) and…
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2017 Carolina Bottari, Ph.D. et Sylvain Giroux, Ph.D. Listen to the episode of “COOK : un assistant culinaire sécuritaire” presented in Season 4 of “De la suite dans les idées” on Canal Savoir. Jocelyn Faubert, Ph.D. The NeuroTracker Technology: –…
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The Rehabilitation Living Lab is a research project that explores the main physical and psychosocial barriers to the social participation and inclusion of people living with physical disabilities in a shopping center environment. The teams presented their research projects at…
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