Phone: (619) 594-3289
Office: ENS 124
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- Post-doc, University of British Columbia, 2013
- PhD, University of Michigan, 2009
- MPT, Mayo School of Health Sciences, 1999
- BA, University of California, Berkeley, 1996
- American Physical Therapy Association
- Society for Neuroscience
- American Society of Biomechanics
My long-term research goals are to elucidate the best methods for locomotor rehabilitation after neurological injury based on principles of biomechanics, motor learning and control. I seek to understand how different types of error impact motor learning of walking balance in intact and disordered nervous systems. Related to this, I am interested in the role of proprioceptive sense in the recovery of balance and skilled walking function. I aim to use this knowledge to develop and optimize the use of physical guidance and rehabilitation robotics in restoring gait and balance in individuals with spinal cord injury and in older adults.
Interested individuals who wish to work in the lab may contact Dr. Domingo directly via e-mail for research opportunities. See research flyer (pdf) for details.