Why Walk when You can Dance? Music-based Biofeedback for Parkinson’s Disease

Why Walk when You can Dance? Music-based Biofeedback for Parkinson’s’ Disease Researcher Kailie Luan Principal Investigator Dr. Bin Hu Institution University of Calgary Grant Type Undergraduate Disorder Parkinson’s Disease¬† READ FULL REPORT About the researcher Name Undergraduate Student at the University of Calgary The impact People with Parkinson’s Disease often struggle to walk properly, since […]

Exploring the Cognitive and Electrophysiological Effects of Oxygen in Humans

Exploring the Cognitive and Electrophysiological Effects of Oxygen in Humans Researcher Wesley Vuong Principal Investigator Dr. Clayton Dickson Institution University of Alberta Grant Type Undergraduate Disorder Mental Health READ FULL REPORT About the researcher Wesley Vuong Implementation Lead at Alberta Health Services The impact As anyone who flies to a high elevation destinations is very […]

Use of Haptic Anchors to Improve Balance and Mobility in Aging Populations

Use of Haptic Anchors to Improve Balance and Mobility in Aging Populations Researcher Isabel Hedayat Principal Investigator Dr. Allison Oates Institution University of Saskatchewan Grant Type Graduate Disorder Parkinson’s Disease READ FULL REPORT About the researcher Isabel Hedayat MD Student at the University of Saskatchewan The impact Walking is a surprisingly complex task. Just look […]

A spot of tea for your brain injury?

A spot of tea for your brain injury? Researcher Erik Fraunberger Principal Investigator Erik Fraunberger Institution University of Calgary Grant Type Graduate grant in 2015 Disorder Traumatic brain injury READ FULL REPORT Erik Fraunberger Medical student at the University of Calgary The impact When you think about a cup of tea, you are probably not […]