36th International Symposium
Abstracts

Thanks to the financial support of REPAR, we offer our congratulations to the following poster presentation prize recipients:

PrizeRecipient Name
1st Prize
Spinal Cord Injury
Martine Blouin
2nd Prize
Spinal Cord Injury
Julien Bouyer
1st Prize
Stroke
Éléonore Serrano
2nd Prize
Stroke
Martina Betschart

This is a list of posters that will be presented during the 36th International Symposium.

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Author Index

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Note: Size of poster boards: 1.98 m wide by 1.14 m high (78 x 45 inches).

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Author Board Title
ANLAUFF,
Jan
(1) FINDING BALANCE: A HAPTIC BELT FOR SLACKLINE LEARNING
BERGERON,
Stéphanie
(2) IMPACT OF PARKINSON’S DISEASE AND DOPAMINERGIC MEDICATION ON PROPRIOCEPTIVE GUIDANCE OF REACHING MOVEMENTS AND POSTURAL STABILITY
MIÉVILLE,
Carole
(3) BALANCE IN INDIVIDUALS WITH CHRONIC STROKE IMPROVES WITH GAIT SYMMETRY FOLLOWING SPLIT-BELT TREADMILL WALKING ONLY WITH PARETIC LEG ON FASTER BELT
SAMBASIVAN,
Krithika
(4) ASSESSING BALANCE IN CHILDREN AFTER A MILD TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY: CHOOSING THE RIGHT MEASURE
SORRENTO,
Gianluca
(5) ENHANCING LOCOMOTOR AND POSTURAL CONTROL BY HAPTIC FORCES IN A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT
ARAVIND,
Gayatri
(6) VISUOSPATIAL NEGLECT INTERFERES WITH ABILITY TO AVOID MOVING OBSTACLE WHILE WALKING
BANINA,
Melanie Christine
(7) ALTERED OBSTACLE AVOIDANCE BEHAVIOUR IN INDIVIDUALS WITH GOOD ARM RECOVERY AFTER STROKE
BETSCHART,
Martina
(8) TIMING AND COORDINATION OF DISTAL LOWER LIMB MUSCLES AFTER SPLIT-BELT TREADMILL WALKING IN CHRONIC STROKE SURVIVORS
DAREKAR,
Anuja
(9) EFFECT OF CHANGING OBSTACLE INFLUENCE ON AVOIDANCE STRATEGIES: A DIFFERENTIAL GAMES APPROACH
LAUZIÈRE,
Séléna
(10) RELATION BETWEEN STEP LENGTH AND PLANTARFLEXION NET JOINT MOMENTS AFTER-EFFECTS FOLLOWING WALKING ON A SPLIT-BELT TREADMILL IN INDIVIDUALS POST STROKE
MORIN,
David
(11) ASSESSING PROPRIOCEPTION AT THE ANKLE DURING WALKING USING A ROBOTIZED ANKLE-FOOT ORTHOSIS: A PILOT STUDY
PRUD'HOMME,
Michel
(12) INTRATHECAL CLONIDINE PUMP THERAPY TO MAINTAIN WALKING ABILITIES IN SPASTIC PATIENTS
SANGANI,
Samir
(13) CORTICAL MECHANISMS UNDERLYING SENSORIMOTOR ENHANCEMENT INDUCED BY LIGHT HAPTIC TOUCH DURING LOCOMOTION
BLANCHETTE,
Andréanne K.
(14) INTER-RATER RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF THE STRETCH REFLEX THRESHOLD AS A MEASURE OF SPASTICITY IN ANKLE PLANTARFLEXORS OF PATIENTS WITH STROKE
MULLICK,
Aditi A.
(15) RESPONSIVENESS OF A NEW CLINICAL MEASURE OF SPASTICITY
BOUYER,
Laurent
(16) DEVELOPMENT OF A CLINICAL RESEARCH PLATFORM AT IRDPQ’S SPINAL CORD INJURY UNIT: FIRST PHASE OF IMPLEMENTATION
DURAND,
Anne
(17) PORTRAIT OF THE CLINICAL RESULTS ONE YEAR AFTER INITIATION OF THE SMRRT PROJECT IN THE IRDPQ ENCEPHALOPATHY PROGRAM
NADEAU,
Sylvie
(18) TRANSLATIONAL INTERDISCIPLINARY REHABILITATION RESEARCH AT THE IRGLM’S STROKE AND SCI UNITS: CLINICAL-RESEARCH PROJECTS SUPPORTED BY THE SENSORIMOTOR REHABILITATION RESEARCH TEAM (SMRRT – CIHR) ADVANCING BEST PRACTICES
CONDLIFFE,
Elizabeth
(19) RECRUITMENT CHARACTERISTICS OF EVOKED RESPONSES TO TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION IN ADULTS WITH SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY
DEAMO ASSIS,
Rodrigo
(20) THE USE OF NONINVASE BRAIN STIMULATION COMBINED WITH SPEECH THERAPY FOR REHABILITATION IN APHASIA: A META-ANALYTICAL REVIEW
JOHNSON,
Vineet Benjamin K.
(21) SENSORI-MOTOR REHABILITATION POST-STROKE USING A ROBOTIC DEVICE
KAZEMI,
Hamed
(22) CONTROL OF GRIP FORCES DURING ROTATION IN THE IPSILATERAL AND CONTRALATERAL HAND OF THE POST-STROKE SUBJECTS
LABBÉ,
Sara
(23) EFFECTS OF TRANSCRANIAL DIRECT CURRENT STIMULATION, TDCS, OF PRIMARY SOMATOSENSORY CORTEX, S1, ON TACTILE DETECTION
NOROUZI GHEIDARI,
Nahid
(24) EVALUATION OF AN ARM REHABILITATION VIRTUAL REALITY SYSTEM IN STROKE PATIENTS
ROBERT,
Maxime
(25) REACH-TO-GRASP TASK TRAINING AND MOTOR LEARNING IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
RODRIGUES,
Marcos
(26) EVALUATION OF UPPER LIMB COORDINATION IN STROKE SUBJECTS USING THE FINGER TO NOSE TEST (FTN TEST)
SUBRAMANIAN,
Sandeep
(27) INFLUENCE OF ELBOW ANGULAR SPASTICITY ZONES ON ONE-TRIAL MOTOR LEARNING IN CHRONIC STROKE
TOMITA,
Yosuke
(28) ADAPTATION TO ADDITIONAL DEGREES OF FREEDOM DURING REACHING IN HEALTHY PEOPLE
YOUNG-BERNIER,
Marielle
(29) (LACK OF) ASSOCIATION BETWEEN A MARKER OF CHOLINERGIC ACTIVITY AND INTRA-INDIVIDUAL VARIABILITY IN REACTION TIMES IN NORMAL AGING
LAFLAMME,
Olivier D.
(30) THE ORGANIZATION OF THE DSCAM MUTANT MOUSE MOTOR CORTEX: A MICROSTIMULATION STUDY
DEA,
Melvin
(31) IPSILATERAL CORTICAL INPUTS FORM SPECIFIC PATTERNS OF CONNECTION WITH THE PRIMARY MOTOR CORTEX IN CEBUS APELLA
HAMADJIDA,
Adjia
(32) CORTICAL CONNECTIONS OF THE PRIMARY MOTOR CORTEX (M1) IN A NEW WORLD MONKEY: TOPOGRAPHIC SPECIFICITY USING MULTIPLE RETROGRADE TRACERS
SERRANO,
Eléonore
(33) THE RAT CAUDAL FORELIMB AREA EXERTS FACILITATORY AND INHIBITORY MODULATION ON THE CORTICOSPINAL OUTPUT OF ITS CONTRALATERAL HOMOLOGUE
DELCOUR,
Maxime
(34) EFFECTS OF SPECIFIC UNILATERAL LESION OF THE PRIMARY HINDLIMB MOTOR CORTEX ON TREADMILL LOCOMOTION IN ADULT RATS
GOMEZ-SMITH,
Mariana
(35) THE IMPACT OF METABOLIC SYNDROME ON CORTICAL MICROVASCULATURE: FORM AND FUNCTION
SABIR,
Meriem
(36) EFFECT OF MILD TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY ON SLEEP STRUCTURE AND SLEEP MOLECULAR MARKERS IN MICE
AISSAOUI,
Rachid
(37) INFLUENCE OF REAL-TIME HAPTIC BIOFEEDBACK TRAINING ON STROKE PATTERN DURING MANUAL WHEELCHAIR PROPULSION IN SPINAL-CORD INJURY SUBJECTS
BATCHO,
Charles Sèbiyo
(38) SUPPRESSION OF VISUAL FEEDBACK DURING FORCE-FIELD ADAPTATION IMPAIRS MOTOR ACQUISITION WITHOUT AFFECTING NEXT-DAY RETENTION
BLOUIN,
Martine
(39) IMMEDIATE IMPACTS OF A TRAINING SESSION ON A NEW WHEELCHAIR SIMULATOR WITH HAPTIC BIOFEEDBACK : AN OVERLOOK ON PROPULSION EFFECTIVENESS AND ON NET SHOULDER JOINT MOMENTS
GAGNON,
Dany
(40) UNMATCHED UPPER LIMB EFFORT PERCEPTIONS BETWEEN OVERGROUND AND MOTORIZED TREADMILL PROPULSION AMONG EXPERIENCED MANUAL WHEELCHAIR USERS WITH A SPINAL CORD INJURY
GRANGEON,
Murielle
(41) TRUNK IMPAIRMENTS ALTER FUNCTIONAL UPPER LIMB PERFORMANCE IN INDIVIDUALS WITH A SPINAL CORD INJURY (SCI)
BOULENGUEZ,
Pascale
(42) NEW STRATEGIES FOR THE TREATMENT OF SPASTICITY AND NEUROPATHIC PAIN AFTER SPINAL CORD INJURY : FROM BENCH TO BEDSIDE
GAGNÉ,
Martin
(43) A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF PAIN AND CONDITIONED PAIN MODULATION IN PATIENTS WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY DURING INTENSIVE REHABILITATION
MERCIER,
Catherine
(44) USING SHORT-LATENCY AFFERENT INHIBITION TO MEASURE THE EFFECT OF PAIN ON SENSORIMOTOR INTEGRATION
NAGOSHI,
Narihito
(45) CHARACTERISTICS OF NEUROPATHIC PAIN AFTER CHRONIC SPINAL CORD INJURY
ROOSINK,
Meyke
(46) COMBINING INTERACTIVE VIRTUAL FEEDBACK AND NON-INVASIVE BRAIN STIMULATION TO REDUCE PAIN AFTER SPINAL CORD INJURY: A FEASIBILITY STUDY
DUGAS,
Louis Philippe
(47) THE ROLE OF FOOT-BODY GEOMETRY FOR CLEARING STATIC AND MOVING OBSTACLES: PRELIMINARY RESULTS
FILION,
Joël
(48) MOVEMENT ERROR DIRECTION MATTERS MORE THAN VELOCITY FOR FORCE FIELD ADAPTATION DURING HUMAN WALKING: IMPLICATIONS FOR LOCOMOTOR REHABILITATION
ILMANE,
Nabil
(49) MODULATION OF ANTICIPATORY POSTURAL ADJUSTMENT IN GAIT INITIATION ONTO A MOVING SURFACE
MIRANDA,
Zoé
(50) CONTRIBUTION OF PRESYNAPTIC INHIBITION TO BALANCE CONTROL REACTIONS IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS
NADEAU,
Sylvie
(51) ENERGY GENERATION AND ABSORPTION AT LOWER EXTREMITY JOINTS DURING LEVEL WALKING AND UPHILL AND DOWNHILL WALKING ON AN INCLINED PATHWAY IN ADULTS WITH INCOMPLETE SPINAL CORD INJURY
PHAM,
Annie
(52) INVOLVEMENT OF FOOT AFFERENTS IN CORRECTIVE POSTURAL REACTIONS
SADEGHI,
Mahsa
(53) STATIC STANDING, DYNAMIC STANDING ON THE SEGWAY AND SPASTICITY
ALLUIN,
Olivier
(54) MAJOR EFFECT OF TREADMILL TRAINING ALONE ON THE RE-EXPRESSION OF LOCOMOTION IN FULLY SPINALIZED RATS
CHOYKE,
Samantha
(55) REHABILITATION IMPROVES SENSORIMOTOR FUNCTION AFTER SCI: A ROLE FOR CHLORIDE CO-TRANSPORTERS
ESCALONA,
Manuel
(56) ASSESSING LOCOMOTOR PATTERNS ON A FLAT AND ON A LADDER TREADMILL IN CATS BEFORE AND AFTER SPINAL HEMISECTION
GOSSARD,
Jean-Pierre
(57) INTRINSIC PLASTICITY IN LOCOMOTOR CPG FOLLOWING A PARTIAL SPINAL CORD INJURY IN THE CAT
JEFFREY-GAUTHIER,
Renaud
(58) SEROTONERGIC-ACTIVATED LOCOMOTION AFTER DUAL SPINAL LESION PARADIGM IN MICE
KUNDU,
Aritra
(59) HINDLIMB CUTANEOUS REFLEX TRANSMISSION AFTER THORACIC HEMISECTION DURING WALKING ON A FLAT TREADMILL OR ON A LADDER TREADMILL
THIRY,
Louise
(60) ROLE OF DSCAM IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SPINAL LOCOMOTOR CIRCUIT
BAUTISTA,
Wendy
(61) RE-EVALUATION OF CONNEXIN (CX26, CX32, CX36, CX37, CX40, CX43, CX45) ASSOCIATION WITH MOTONEURONS IN RODENT SPINAL CORD, SEXUALLY DIMORPHIC MOTOR NUCLEI AND TRIGEMINAL MOTOR NUCLEUS
BOUYER,
Julien
(62) BEHAVIORAL AND ANATOMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF REPETITIVE MILD THORACIC SPINAL CORD CONTUSION INJURY IN THE RAT
DE LEENER,
Benjamin
(63) AUTOMATIC SPINAL CORD SEGMENTATION FRAMEWORK FOR ATROPHY MEASUREMENT
FORNER,
Stefania
(64) NEUROPATHIC PAIN FOLLOWING SPINAL CORD INJURY: ROLE OF ENDOTHELIN ETA RECEPTOR
ROSSIGNOL,
Serge
(65) THE SENSORIMOTOR REHABILITATION RESEARCH TEAM (SMRRT) OF THE CANADIAN INSTITUTES OF HEALTH RESEARCH (CIHR): A MODEL FOR KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION IN QUEBEC


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