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Neurorehabilitation Research

Teachers College, Columbia University

Travel Fellow

Gregory Youdan Jr. was awarded a travel fellowship to attended the International Society for Posture and Gait Research Training School in Sensorimotor Function in Neurotypical and Atypical Development held during November, 2016 at the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth, Texas. 

The four-day training school covered current evidence, hypothesis-driven questions and technical advancements used in research that examines sensorimotor function in typically developing children, and children with developmental coordination disorder, Austim spectrum disorders, and Cerebral Palsy.  Gregory also presented on his thesis work—“Coordination of Arm Swing in Children with Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy after Intensive Motor Learning Intervention”—which is being undertaken in collaboration with Alexis Sidiropoulous, Victor Santamaria and Andrew Gordon through the Center Palsy Research at Teachers College, Columbia University.  

Published Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2016

Travel Fellow

The four-day training school covered current evidence, hypothesis-driven questions and technical advancements used in research that examines sensorimotor function in typically developing children, and children with developmental coordination disorder, Austim spectrum disorders, and Cerebral Palsy.  Gregory also presented on his thesis work—“Coordination of Arm Swing in Children with Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy after Intensive Motor Learning Intervention”—which is being undertaken in collaboration with Alexis Sidiropoulous, Victor Santamaria and Andrew Gordon through the Center Palsy Research at Teachers College, Columbia University.  

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