We believe that age is just a number and promote healthy aging by helping older adults engage in activities that are valuable to their health and independence. Our research goal is to increase disability-free life expectancy for older adults by developing, testing, and implementing evidence-based programs.
Director: Chiung-ju (CJ) Liu, PhD, OTR/L, FGSA
The MAP lab has a research focus on driving and community mobility and has developed tools and clinical services in this area.
Director: Sherrilene Classen, PhD, MPH, OTR/L, FAOTA, FGSA
To advance, through research and education, the evidence and practices for promoting and improving the participation, health, and wellbeing of young people with developmental neuropsychological differences during the transition to adulthood.
Director: Consuelo Kreider, PhD, OTR/L
Human factors research and clinical services have been just a couple uses of the lab. Interested in learning how you could make use of the driving simulator?
Manager: Mr. Jason Rogers
Research in Sensory Development Lab combines neuroimaging with clinical assessments of sensory and motor functions to better understand longitudinal development of sensorimotor functions and its impact on childhood and adolescent conditions.
Director: Stefanie Bodison, OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA
The TOP lab focuses on optimizing function for people with disabilities through the use of technology, robotics, and smart devices.
Director: Hongwu Wang, PhD
The YELL Lab develops and evaluates tools and interventions that empower youth and young adults with developmental disabilities. Teams of youth and young adults with disabilities partner in all phases of the research process.
Director: Jessica Kramer, PhD, OTR/L