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Interests

My initial research interests focused on the Biomechanics of individuals with limb loss and athletes with a disability.

However, I have made significant efforts over the last 10 years to create opportunities to be involved in multiple projects focusing on other exercise science and health-related issues (e.g., wide range of symptomatic populations, education and health professionals).


Clinical biomechanics

Biomechanics of individuals with lower limb loss (Protamine project) Over the last 25 years, I have developed a unique expertise in biomechanical analysis of individuals with lower limb amputation fitted with socket-suspended or bone-anchored pro..
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Sport biomechanics

Biomechanics of athletes with a disability (Parashot project) Over the last 25 years, I have developed an expertise in the performance analysis of athletes with a disability (i.e., stationary throwers) in motion analysis laboratory as well as dur..
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Instrumentation

I am an expert in the development of biomechanical tools for evidence-based practice including: Fixed instruments (e.g., 3D motion analysis systems with active or passive makers or markerless, force-plates). This expertise has led to set..
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Medical Education

Education of health professionals. Between 2007 and 2010, I have been focusing on education of health professionals as the responsible of the Research and Development of PrimEd. Some of this work has been published in eJMA and presented in confer..
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Other

Involvements in other research activities Assessment of individuals with Parkinson’s disease. My first involvement with this population is to look at the validity and reliability of markerless motion tracking systems that could be ..
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