Student Awards

Oral and Poster Student Awards

We are pleased to announce that we will grant a number of Oral and Poster Student Awards at the 2020 Congress.

Supporting and encouraging student researchers is essential for the future of any field of scientific inquiry. The ISEK Awards program is in place to acknowledge those student members with an outstanding academic record in the field of Electrophysiology and Kinesiology.  

 

Eligibility

  • Must be a full-time graduate student
  • Must submit an abstract for the 2020 Congress
  • Must be available to present at the 2020 Congress
  • Must be a presenting and first author
  • Must indicate interest and confirm eligibility when submitting an abstract

Finalists

The Student Awards Committee reviewed all 106 applications (40 oral presentations and 66 poster presentations) and is pleased to announce its selection of finalists.  From these lists and based on the presentations at the Virtual Congress, the Student Awards Committee will grant 3 Oral Presentation Awards and 5 Poster Presentation Awards.

ORAL PRESENTATIONS AWARDS

Antonio de Jesus Gogeascoechea Hernandez, Universiteit Twente
Alpha-motor neuron adaptations to trans-spinal direct current stimulation after incomplete spinal cord injury

Genki Hisano, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Whole-body sagittal plane angular momentum during walking in unilateral transfemoral amputees

Jae Lee, University of Toronto
Stepping Responses and Dynamic Postural Stability Measures for Reactive Balance for Individuals with Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury

POSTER PRESENTATIONS AWARDS

Ryo Adachi, Shinshu University
The steadiness of co-contractions of antagonistic muscles depends on strength of temporal correlations of low-frequency oscillations in motor units discharge frequency between the muscles.

Mansour Alshehri, University of Queensland
Postural control of hip and spine during unstable sitting: a spectral analysis

Hélio Cabral, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Eccentric exercise-induced muscle damage leads to local changes in the amplitude of supramaximal M waves detected along biceps brachii muscle

Irene Mendez Guerra, Imperial College London
Motor unit identification using surface EMG at the wrist during finger flexions

Ben O’Callaghan, University College Dublin
Automatic Gait Segmentation Algorithm for Walking Bout Detection Using Shank-worn Accelerometers

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