The Department of Physical Therapy has faculty members with expertise in each key area of PT practice.
In particular, it is known for its research strength in neurology and neuroscience. The department is home to numerous researchers who are recognized as world leaders in neurological sciences and neurorehabilitation. Their efforts have led to the development of methods and programs that have advanced practice locally, nationally and internationally.
Stay up to date with the latest and ongoing research work.
Three Minute Thesis (3MT)
June 23, 2020
Study finds link between dementia and lack of sleep
December 11, 2019
Transverse tendon stiffness is reduced in people with Achilles tendinopathy: A cross-sectional study
Submission by Associate Professor Alex Scott and trainees - August 2019
Rapid responses to Covid-19 by research faculty members
May 4, 2020
Delivering Intensive Rehabilitation in Stroke
Submission by Professor Janice Eng and Research Associate Tara Klassen, October 2019
Joint Health and Knowledge Translation Research Program
Pulmonary Rehabilitation Research Laboratory
Submission by Associate Professor Pat Camp and trainees, September 2019
Motion Analysis and Biofeedback Lab
Submission by Dr. Michael Hunt, Postdoctoral Fellow Jean Francois Esculier and Research Coordinator Natasha Krowchuck, November 2019
Submission by Associate Professor Kristen Campbell - Clinical Exercise Physiology Lab, December 2019