Modulation of early modality-specific cortical potentials by attention, and associated changes in task performance
Published by Behavioural Brain Research
September 1, 2017
Adams, MS; Popovich, C; Staines, WR.
Early modality-specific cortical regions are modulated by attended visual stimuli: interaction of vision, touch, and behavioural intent
Published by Frontiers in Psychology
April 1, 2014
Staines, WR; Popovich, CM; Legon, JK; Adams, MS.
I'm a physiotherapist trained in sports medicine and vestibular rehabilitation, with a clinical focus on concussion rehabilitation. I began my PhD becuase I wanted to answer questions about how concussion affects the brain. My main interest is in understanding how concussion affects cortical processing of sensory stimuli, especially when the stimuli are conflicting. I also feel that, as a clinician-scientist, it is my responsibility to move science out of the lab and into the hands of other clinicians. This was my goal when I started my business, OneBrain, which provides high-quality, evidence-based concussion and neuroscience education to health care providers and fitness professionals. I went into health care because I wanted to help people, and teaching concussion best practices and explaining the amazing power of the brain to guide movement, I am able to help many more people than I can in my clinical practice alone.
Past Talks/Participation à des Événements
Poster: Attentional gating at early cortical processing stages is associated with changes in behavioural peformance on a motor task with sensory conflict
Society for Neuroscience Conference
San Diego, CA, November 21, 2016
Poster: Changes in early visual and tactile processing after recovery fron concussion
Canadian Physiotherapy Association Congress
Victoria, BC, May 16, 2016
Concussion Neuroscience: Emerging Tests
Sport Physiotherapy Canada Concussion Symposium
Women's College Hospital, Toronto, ON, November 26, 2016