Expertise: Gait analysis, cognitive function, statistical modelling, dual task paradigms, ambulatory gait-EEG analysis, neural engineering, connected health.
Isabelle is a Lecturer in The School of Mechanical and Design Engineering at The Technological University Dublin, Ireland. Isabelle’s research focus is on aging and clinical populations. Specifically, investigating the efficacy of kinematic measures at (1) predicting conversion from cognitive health and (2) improving cognitive function through clinical interventions. Isabelle’s contributions span from statistical modelling of variables (gait, neuropsychological, effects of disease) in large datasets, examining the efficacy of novel experimental and acquisition methods (dual tasks, ambulatory gait-EEG) for employment in a clinical setting, and analysis methods for supervised and unsupervised gait. Isabelle holds a PhD in Neural Engineering, MSc in Bioengineering, PG Dip in Statistics and BA BAI in Mechanical Engineering from Trinity College, The University of Dublin in Ireland.