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Neurorehabilitation Physiology Lab

Exploring how the brain controls movement

Welcome to the Neurorehabilitation Physiology Lab, located at Parkwood Institute, in London, Ontario. The lab is run by Dr. Sue Peters, a Neuroscientist who studies how the brain works, and how it recovers after injuries like stroke. Dr. Peters will be starting as an Assistant Professor in the School of Physical Therapy in the Faculty of Health Sciences in June 2021 at Western University in London, Ontario.


 

Interested in research?

We are looking for lab members who are curious and motivated, with a strong academic record, with a passion to learn how to do scientific research. Projects include basic neuroscience questions around how the brain controls mobility, and clinical questions of how to promote mobility recovery after injury through neurorehabilitation. Check "Join the Lab"  for more information.

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