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Current MSc Grad Students

Chengying Feng Student personal and research introduction:

Chengying Feng is a Master's student with the Rehabilitation Science program. She is from China. She was a Taekwondo athlete and completed her first undergraduate degree at Beijing Sports University in China. She also studied physiotherapy at the University of Debrecen in Hungary. She came to Canada to study at Queen’s University with the goal of developing skills and knowledge in rehabilitation science.

Area of Research: Interventions to decrease aging adults’ fall risks and fear of falling, to change sedentary lifestyles amongst aging adults’ and increase physical activity levels,

Education:

MSc student, Rehabilitation Science, School of Rehabilitation Therapy, Queen's University (current)
Bachelor of Physiotherapy, University of Debrecen, Hungary, 2019

Student Contact Info: 18cf9@queensu.ca

Supervisor: Mohammad Auais

Student personal and research introduction:

Shuangxi Li is a Master's student with the Rehabilitation Science program. She is from China but completed her undergraduate degree in Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa. Shuangxi came to Queen’s University with the goal of developing research skills and gaining knowledge in rehabilitation.

Area of Research:Understanding how technology could help children with disabilities in terms of participation.

Education

• MSc student, Rehabilitation Science, School of Rehabilitation Therapy, Queen's University
• Bachelor of Health Sciences (Hons) with a minor in Psychology, University of Ottawa, 2018

Student Contact Info: shuangxi.li@queensu.ca

Supervisor: Beata Batorowicz

Student personal and research introduction:

Niloufar Malakouti is a Master's student with the Rehabilitation Science program. She is from Iran. She studied Medicine at Tehran University of Medical Sciences in Iran. Following graduation from medical school, Niloufar worked as a general practitioner in hospital emergency departments in Iran. Her goal at Queen’s University is to expand her research skills and knowledge in the field of rehabilitation.

Area of Research:Occupational therapy for persons with Parkinson’s disease

Education

• MSc student, Rehabilitation Science, School of Rehabilitation Therapy, Queen's University
• Doctor of Medicine, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran, 2017

Student Contact Info: 20sm23@queensu.ca

Supervisor: Dorothy Kessler

Student personal and research introduction:

Rachel Pham is a Master's student with the Rehabilitation Science program. She is from Calgary, Alberta. Rachel studied Kinesiology at the University of Toronto where she completed an independent research project examining physical education policy. Following this, she completed her paralegal post-graduate certificate at Humber College and is a licensed paralegal with the Law Society of Ontario. Rachel came to Queen’s University with the goal of developing research skills to combine her interests of health, policy, and law with a focus on populations with disabilities.

Area of Research:Disability policy

Education

• MSc student, Rehabilitation Science, School of Rehabilitation Therapy, Queen's University
• Paralegal Post-Graduate Certificate, Humber College
• Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology, University of Toronto

Student Contact Info: 13rp7@queensu.ca

Supervisor: Mary Ann McColl

Student personal and research introduction: Lauren Roberts is a Master's student with the Rehabilitation Science program. She is from Montreal, Quebec. Lauren studied Human Kinetics at the University of Ottawa. She came to study at Queen’s University with the goal of developing skills and knowledge in rehabilitation for military members and veterans to understand their needs and experiences.

Area of Research: Understanding the needs and experience of veterans and military members.

Education:

MSc student, Rehabilitation Science, School of Rehabilitation Therapy, Queen's University (current)
Honours BSc (Specialization in Human Kinetics), University of Ottawa, Canada, 2019

Student Contact Info: 19lsr@queensu.ca

Supervisor: Heidi Cramm

Student personal and research introduction:

Catherine Rutledge is a Master's student with the Rehabilitation Science program. She is from Sarnia, Ontario. Catherine studied Human Kinetics at the University of Guelph, Athletic Therapy at Sheridan College and Registered Massage Therapy at the Ontario College of Health and Technology. She came to Queen’s University with the goal of developing research skills and a deeper knowledge in rehabilitation science.

Area of Research: Understanding the management of acute low back pain in Ontario.

Education:

Massage Therapy Diploma, The Ontario College of Health and Technology, 2013
Bachelor of Applied Health Science (Athletic Therapy), Sheridan College, 2012
BSc. (Hons), Human Kinetics, University of Guelph, 2009

Student Contact Info: 20CER2@queensu.ca

Supervisor: Kathleen Norman