Kinesiology doctoral candidate I-Ling Yeh has been awarded the School of Kinesiology’s second annual 2016-17 Doctoral Dissertation Award. Ms. Yeh is advised by Jürgen Konczak, Ph.D., and is a member of the Human Sensorimotor Control Lab. The title of her dissertation project is, “Can proprioception be improved and enhance motor function after stroke? Effectiveness of a novel robotic-aided training in adults with chronic stroke.” The award will provide a 50% research assistantship for the next academic year.
The Doctoral Dissertation Award allows accomplished Kinesiology doctoral candidates the opportunity to devote efforts to an outstanding research project under the mentorship of the student’s primary faculty adviser, states Li Li Ji, Ph.D., director of the School.