School of Kinesiology (KIN)
Dr. Blouin’s research investigates human physiology from an integrative perspective. Specific research interests include i) physiological processes underlying human balance, ii) physiological responses evoked by whole-body (simulating whiplash motion) or localized perturbations, iii) neural control of the deep and superficial neck muscles and iv) research applied to injury prevention or patient populations to determine the neuromechanical effects of known injuries/pathologies on the sensorimotor system.
Keywords:Standing balance; Sensorimotor physiology; Whiplash injuries; Vestibular; Neck muscles; Robotics, Virtual reality.
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