Joshua Goreham - Ph.D. (c)

Mr. Goreham is a third year, PhD candidate in the Faculty of Health at Dalhousie University where he is studying sport biomechanics. His research includes developing inertial sensor technology to quantify sport technique, specifically in canoe kayak sprint. He has worked as a sport scientist with the Canadian National Canoe Kayak Sprint team and the Kansas City Royals of Major League Baseball. His other research areas of interest include technique changes due to fatigue, skill development of athletes, and exercise physiology.

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Kevin Englehart - PhD, FCAE

Machine Learning for Rehabilitation, Powered upper limb prostheses, Electromyography and force myography, Computational Motor Control, Understanding dynamics of human movement, Feedback to enhance neuroplastic effect for enhanced prosthesis control and recovery of motor control, Modeling of Neural Systems, EMG analysis for interpretation of motor control and Decoding information content in efferent pathways

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