Human Movement and Ergonomics

Dr. Caroline Paquette 

Axis Leader

​Researcher, Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Rehabilitation of Greater Montreal (CRIR)

Phone: (514) 398-4184 x00890

caroline.paquette [at] (Email) - Publications

Research Interests: Human Locomotion; Postural Control; Brain Imaging (MRI, PET); Brain Stimulation (TMS, tDCS); Aging; Neurological Populations; Prevention/Rehabilitation

Dr. Julie Côté 

Regular Member

Chair, Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education, McGill University

​CIHR-IRSST Chair, Gender Work & Health

Phone: (514) 398-4184 x0539

Email - Website - Publications

Research Interests: Biomechanics; Ergonomics; Motor Control; Fatigue; Musculoskeletal Disorders

Dr. Theodore Milner

Regular Member

Phone: (514) 398-4184 x0482

theodore.milner [at] (Email) - Website - Publications

Research Interests: Neurophysiology; Motor Control; Biomechanics; Rehabilitation; fMRI; Biomedical Sensors

Dr. David Pearsall 

Regular Member

Phone: (514) 398-4184 x0472

Email - Website - Publications

Research Interests: Biomechanics; Human Locomotion, Running on Irregular Terrains; Applied Ice Hockey Research


Dr. Olivier Beauchet

Associate Member 

Dr. Joseph Kaufmann Professor of Geriatric Medicine, McGill University

Website - Publications 

Areas of Research Interest: Gait and balance disorders, cognitive decline, age-related mobility and cognitive decline, age, risk factors and health system

Dr. Scott Delaney

Associate Member 

Research Director, Department of Emergency Medicine, McGill University Health Centre

Website - Publications 

Research Interests: concussions; sport medicine; neck injury; athletics 

Dr. Avril Mansfield 

External Member

Scientist, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, University Health Network

Affiliate scientist, Evaluative Clinical Sciences, Hurvitz Brain Sciences Research Program, Sunnybrook Research Institute

Phone: 416-597-3422, ext. 7831

avril.mansfield [at] (Email) - Website - Publications 

Research Interests: neurorehabilitation, stroke; clinical biomechanics, falls, balance; independent mobility