Michelle Lukasik received the B. Kin degree from the University of Toronto, ON, Canada in 2016. More recently, she has undertaken a Clinical Research Study Assistant position at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute within the Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (AIRR) Lab. She was involved with the AMBIENT project and Automated pain detection for older adults with dementia, both supervised under Dr. Babak Taati. Her research interests range from rehabilitation technology sciences to movement science.
JTEHM, Articles, Published ArticlesAutomatic Detection of Compensation during Robotic Stroke Rehabilitation Therapy
Robotic stroke rehabilitation therapy can greatly increase the efficiency of therapy delivery. However, when left unsupervised, users often compensate for limitations in affected muscles and joints by recruiting unaffected muscles and joints, leading to undesirable rehabilitation outcomes. This paper aims... Read more
Posted on 21 DEC 2017