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Jason Fuller

Education

PhD. McGill University
BSc. University of Guelph

Currently Held Honors & Awards

Post-Doctoral Training Award – Fonds de Recherche Santé Québec

Research Interests

My work investigates the neural mechanisms that support motor learning of eye and arm movements.

Publications

Friel KM, Kuo HC, Fuller J, Ferre CL, Brandão M, Carmel JB, Bleyenheuft Y, Gowatsky JL Stanford AD, Rowny SB, Luber B, Bassi B, Murphy DL, Lisanby SH, Gordon AM.  Skilled Bimanual Training Drives Motor Cortex Plasticity in Children With Unilateral Cerebral Palsy. Neurorehabilitation and Repair. 2016

Fuller J.R., Fung J and Côté, J.N., Postural-movement response to stance perturbations and upper limb fatigue during a repetitive pointing task. Hum Mov Sci. 2013 Aug;32(4):618-32.

Fuller J.R., Fung J and Côté, J.N., (2011) Time-dependent adaptations to posture-movement characteristics during the development of repetitive reaching induced fatigue. Experimental Brain Research. May;211(1):133-43.

Fuller J.R., Lomond K.V., Fung J and Côté, J.N. (2009) Posture-movement changes following repetitive motion-induced shoulder muscle fatigue. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology.  Dec;19(6):1043-52.

Paquette M.R., Fuller J.R., Adkin A.L., Vallis L.A., (2008) Age-related modifications in steering behaviour: effects of base-of-support constraints at the turn point. Experimental Brain Research. Sep;190(1):1-9.

Fuller J.R., Adkin A.L., Vallis L.A. (2007) Strategies used by older adults to change travel direction. Gait and Posture Mar;25(3):393-400.