Wearable Mechatronics LabWestern Engineering

Current Funding

Discovery Grant, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) of Canada, “Smart Wearable Mechatronic Devices for Rehabilitation".

Early Researcher Award, Ontario Ministry of Economic Development, Trade and Employment, Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation, “Development of Wearable Mechatronics Devices for Rehabilitation”.

Canada Foundation for Innovation, John R. Evans Leaders Fund, “The Wearable Biomechatronics Laboratory".

Canada Foundation for Innovation, Infrastructure Operating Fund, “The Wearable Biomechatronics Laboratory”. 

Collaborative Health Research Projects Grant, CIHR/NSERC, “Mechatronic Device for Multimodal Suppression of Parkinsonian Tremor”. 

Petro Canada Young Innovator Award, “Unobtrusive Actuator Design for Active Wearable Devices”.

Completed Funding

University of Western Ontario, SERB Seed Grant, “Development and Validation of a Smart Brace for Rehabilitation”.

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), Engage program in conjunction with the Ontario Centres of Excellence, Voucher for Innovation and Productivity (VIP I)), “Development of a Wireless Hardware Interface for Electromyography Signals”.

University of Western Ontario, Academic Development Fund, “Development of a Mechatronic Brace for the Treatment of Repetitive Strain Injury of the Hand”. 

Collaborative Research Seed Grant (CRSB), Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Western Ontario, “Establishing the Western Collaboration for Integration of Consumer Technology and Healthcare (CICTH) research group”. 

Peter C. Maurice Research Fellowship in Biomedical Engineering, Western University, “A Wearable Tremor Suppression Glove”.

Bone and Joint institute at Western University, Catalyst Grant Program, “MobiTape: A wearable smart-polymer mobility sensor for the clinical assessment of neck injury and recovery”.