Design and Implementation of Haptic Robotics and mHealth Systems in Rehabilitation


Haptic Robotics and mHealth Systems in Rehabilitation combine motor control, neuroscience, and engineering to address the impacts of violence and trauma on neurocognitive and neuromotor functioning for resource-constrained and vulnerable populations. 

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  • University of San Diego
  • 5998
  • San Diego, California
  • United States 92110
  • Building: Loma Hall
  • Room Number: 318

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  • Co-sponsored by USD IEEE Student Branch, IEEE San Diego Aerospace & Electronic Systems Chapter, IEEE San Diego Robotics & Automation Chapter, IEEE San Diego Control Systems Society Chapter
  • Starts 30 October 2017 12:00 AM
  • Ends 21 November 2017 02:00 PM
  • All times are US/Pacific
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Dr. Charmayne M.L. Hughes

Dr. Charmayne M.L. Hughes of Health Equity Institute / San Francisco State University


Charmayne Hughes is a Helth Equity Insitute Associate Professor of Kinesiology at San Francisco State University. She received her PhD in motor behavior from Purdue and completed her postdoctoral work at Bielefeld University, the Technical University of Munich,and Nangyang Technological Univeristy.  She works to elucidate the impact of violence and trauma on underlying neurocognitive and neuromotor functioning and to devleop scientific, engineering, and technological solutions that benefit resource contrained and vulnerable populations.


12:15 - Light lunch and networking

12:25 - Speaker