Anouk Lamontagne, pht., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, School of Physical and Occupational Therapy, McGill University;
Researcher, Feil Oberfeld/CRIR–Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital Research Centre, CISSS de Laval and
CRIR Axis 1 and Thematic Unit 2 Leader

Phone: 450 688-9550 (84168)

Fax: 450 688-3673



  • B.Sc., Physical Therapy, Université Laval, 1993
  • M.Sc., Neurobiology, Université Laval, 1995
  • Ph.D., Neurobiology, Université Laval, 1999

Research interests

Sensorimotor integration associated with postural control and balance during locomotion following a unilateral vestibular lesion

Research laboratory

Virtual Reality and Mobility Lab

Biomedical Research and Informatics Living Lab for Innovative Advances of New Technologies in Mobility (BRILLIANT-Rehab)

Selected publications

Fiset, F., Lamontagne, A. & McFadyen, B.J. (2020). Limb movements of another pedestrian affect crossing distance but not path planning during virtual over ground circumvention. Neuroscience Letters, 736, 736. [doi]

Liu, L.Y., Sangani, S., Patterson, K.K., Fung, J. & Lamontagne, A. (2020). Real-time avatar-based feedback to enhance the symmetry of spatiotemporal parameters after stroke: Instantaneous effects of different avatar views. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, 28(4), 878-887. [doi]

Souza Silva, W., McFadyen, B.J., Fung, J. & Lamontagne, A. (2020). Reading text messages at different stages of pedestrian circumvention affects strategies for collision avoidance in young and older adults. Gait & Posture, 76, 290-297. [doi]

Bühler, M.A. & Lamontagne, A. (2019). Locomotor circumvention strategies in response to static pedestrians in a virtual and physical environment. Gait & Posture, 68, 201-206. [doi]

Ghai, S., Hakim, M., Dannenbaum, E. & Lamontagne, A. (2019). Prevalence of vestibular dysfunction in children with neurological disabilities: A systematic review. Frontiers in Neurology, 10, 1294. [doi] OPEN ACCESS



Research orientation

Axis 1: Sensory, Motor and Cognitive Functions and Activities

Research topic

Theme 2: Physical and Cognitive Activities

Research Site

CRIR – Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital, CISSS de Laval

University Affiliation