Dr. Jousse Lecture Series
Welcome to the new Dr. Albin T Jousse Lecture Series in collaboration with Best Practice Forum, which is sponsored by the Rehabilitation Engineering Laboratory, the Spinal Cord Rehab Program, the Neural Engineering and Therapeutics Team, and Toronto Rehab.
The purpose of this lecture series is to provide a venue for scientists, physicians and clinicians working in rehab settings as well as students, consumers and their caregivers to share knowledge, present the latest research findings and participate in a dialogue on what it means to live with disability. The lectures will be 45 minute long followed by 15 minutes of questions.
Coordinator of the Dr. Albin T. Jousse Lecture Series is Dr. Kristin Musselman . If you have any comments, concerns or would like to present please send us an email at email@example.com.
The series is currently in its 11th season.
Abstract We have investigated the properties of a novel UpConverting Nanoparticles (UCNPs) that are able to emit visible light by stimulating them with LED based Near Infra-Red (NIR) system. These…Find out more »
Falls After Spinal Cord Injury: Causes, Consequences And Creative Solutions. Abstract Each year about 75% of community-dwelling individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury (SCI) will fall; this is a higher…Find out more »
Abstract Did you know that the Lyndhurst Centre has an active research program connecting brains and machines directly? In this talk I will introduce brain-computer interfaces, devices that can translate…Find out more »
Abstract Objectives: 1) To discuss common myths and frequently asked questions regarding sublesional osteoporosis 2) Identify patients with spinal cord injury/disease & sublesional osteoporosis who require therapy 3) Select appropriate…Find out more »
Dr. Milos R. Popovic – Electrical Stimulation: Improving walking, treating depression and controlling stem cell mobility.
Abstract In this lecture three different applications of electrical stimulation will be discussed. In one embodiment, the electrical stimulation is used as a tool to improve voluntary locomotion. In second…Find out more »
Dr. Julio C. Furlan – In the Age of Aging, what is actually the impact of older age on outcomes after traumatic spinal cord injury?
Abstract Despite an increasing incidence of traumatic spinal cord injury (tSCI) in the elderly worldwide, relatively little has been reported to date regarding the role of age on outcomes after…Find out more »
Abstract Compromised standing and walking functions in people with spinal cord injury critically limit the affected individuals’ ability to perform activities of daily living, and reduce their quality of life.…Find out more »
Abstract After cervical SCI, a key objective is to maximize the functional use of the upper limb in activities of daily living (ADL). Currently, we lack the ability to directly…Find out more »
Abstract As the demographic and profile of the traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI) population changes, the approaches to treat the altering presentation of this disease must also evolve. The field…Find out more »
Abstract Individuals with a spinal cord injury (SCI) are commonly restricted to perform upper-body exercise, which, although beneficial in many ways, does not necessarily lead to optimal health. Inactivity of…Find out more »