Georgia State University’s Biomechanics and Motor Control Laboratory

The lab's goals are developing interventions and improving quality of life for individuals with Cerebral Palsy (CP).

Biomechanics and Motor Control Laboratory


Biomechanics-motor control, interventions, quality of life

 Current recruiting efforts – individuals with cerebral palsy or ACL tears to participate in research projects.

If interested, please contact Dr. Chen ypchen@gsu.edu (for cerebral palsy study) or Dr. Tsai ltsai@gsu.edu (for ACL tears) for more details.

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