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Jill Campbell Stewart, PT, PhD
Arnold School of Public Health
Public Health Research Center 301D
921 Assembly Street
Motor Behavior and Neuroimaging Laboratory
Research and Teaching Interests
Dr. Stewart’s research aims to understand how the brain controls and learns skilled movement with a focus on improving motor rehabilitation in individuals with neurologic diagnoses such as stroke. Her research focuses on brain-behavior relationships by utilizing detailed measures of movement (kinematics, EMG), brain structure and function (functional MRI, diffusion tensor imaging), and clinical measures of impairment, function, and quality of life.