Shaun Porter received his undergraduate degree in Human Kinetics from the University of Ottawa. During his undergrad he was involved in Parkinson’s Disease research looking at its impact on gait and posture.
Shaun completed his Master’s Degree in the Rehabilitation Sciences program, under the supervision of Dr. Virji-Babul. He studied the effect of exercise on the brain after concussion in adults and children using near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS).
Najah Alhajri received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Concordia University. During her undergrad she was involved in psychophysics research looking at the effect of stimulus size and eccentricity on the strength of the curveball illusion.
Najah completed her master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Sciences program, under the supervision of Dr. Virji-Babul. She studied the development of mirror neurons networks in infants using EEG.
Courtney Hilderman earned the master degree in rehabilitation sciences under the supervision of Dr. Naznin Virji-Babul after defending her thesis entitled:
STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL IMAGING OF TAUOPATHIES.