The Laboratory of Integrative Motor Behaviour (LIMB) is inviting volunteers of all ages to perform a variety of tasks related to cognitive, sensory, and motor abilities.
Our studies require large numbers of people with no known neurological disorders to perform a variety of tasks on three different robotic platforms. This data provides us with a range of healthy behaviour to compare against patients with a neurological impairment (e.g. stroke, Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA or mini-stroke), Parkinson’s disease, A.L.S., Multiple Sclerosis, shoulder replacement surgery, cardiac/general surgeries, kidney disease and concussion).
The Kinarm Lab is located in Kingston General Hospital. Testing can be done on either Exoskeleton or EndPoint robotic platforms; the latter has both a sitting and standing configuration.
Participants will receive a small monetary compensation for their involvement.
If you would like to participate, please contact Jordan by email (email@example.com@queensu.ca) or phone (613) 533-6000 extension 74590.
The Queen’s University Health Sciences and Affiliated Teaching Hospitals Research Ethics Board has reviewed this study (#6005139) under Dr. Stephen Scott.
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The Queen’s University Health Sciences and Affiliated Teaching Hospitals Research Ethics Board has approved this study (#6004951) under Dr. Stephen Scott. The Research Ethics Board can be reached at 1-844-535-2988 for any questions or concerns regarding ethical conduct.