Everyone at REL practices research at the intersection of health care, medicine, engineering and innovation, with the desire to make discoveries and design innovations that help improve the lives of the millions of individuals in Canada and around the world that suffer from motor and cognitive deficits as a result of traumatic injury or disease. Although the research themes at REL are always expanding, the existing projects can be grouped into the following themes:

Brain Machine Interfaces
Neuromuscular Performance
Rehabilitation Technologies
Regenerative Medicine
Restoration of Function
Motor Control