New work from our own PhD student Chang Liu on the relationship between spatiotemporal asymmetry and stability during walking. She was also awarded a De Luca travel award to attend World Congress of Biomechanics to present a follow-up to this study. Way to go!
Please join us in congratulating lab member Aram Kim for being awarded a Link Foundation fellowship and winning 1st place at the Dentistry Research Day for her work on learning and generalization of locomotor skills in VR. It's been an exciting couple of weeks in the lab!
Her new paper exploring the role of visual information about the lower extremities on visuomotor coordination during virtual obstacle negotiation just got published as well!