Amber Wardrop (she/her)
Hi there, I'm Amber! I joined the team to help with data analysis and research writing. I am currently in a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree at the University of Alberta, and I'm so excited to help improve patients' everyday life experiences through this project!
Kaelan Findlay (she/her)
Hello! I'm Kaelan and I am a Bachelor of Kinesiology student completing my practicum with Tele-Rehab 2.0. I will be completing a scoping review on current telemedicine technology for assessing and diagnosing different shoulder pathologies!
Hannah MacDuff (she/her)
Hey! I'm Hannah and I am currently completing my Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Alberta and am very excited to be doing my practicum with the Tele-Rehab 2.0 team. As a research assistant on the team, I am working on writing a scoping review on existing technologies that measure wheelchair propulsion!
Kanesha Calo (she/her)
Hi all, I'm Kanesha and I recently graduated from my Bachelor of Science at the University of Alberta, I joined the team to write blog posts on patient experiences and help with research writing!
Eli Young (he/him)
Hi all! I'm Eli and I work in multiple projects in the lab, including Tele-Rehab 2.0. I am a 4th year Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Arts student with a focus on print, media art and communication design. On the project I work as knowledge translation, and sharing the work we do with the public through social and print media, as well as aiding professor Marilene Oliver on her projects within Know Thyself as VR.
Ayo Okikiolu (he/him)
Hello. My name is Ayo. I serve as a practicum research assistant with Tele-Rehab 2.0. Right now, I'm working on a vestibular rehabilitation scoping review with the lab but I also try to help wherever I can. When I'm not working, schooling, or family-ing, I'm writing poems/stories, singing, reading, and doing all sorts of other human things.
Check back soon to meet our student Jacob!
Undergraduate Research Initiative Stipend Recipient
Omnia Rajab (she/her)
Hi everyone! My name is Omnia and I am a 2nd year BSc Honours in Physiology student at the University of Alberta. I’m working on developing a sensor that will remotely monitor upper arm swelling due to lymphedema, and currently writing a scoping review on sensing technologies. I am a huge coffee and music enthusiast, and love to hang out with family and friends in my free time.
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