ReBEL FAQ2023-08-11T01:13:44+00:00


Here Are The Most Frequently Asked Questions.

Explore our FAQ section for quick and informative responses to common queries regarding our lab, expectations of lab members, and our research initiatives.

What is the main research focus of your lab?2023-04-12T02:39:51+00:00

The main focus of this lab is to improve walking, balance, and cognitive function among people with neurological conditions. In this lab, we are focused on Stroke and HIV rehabilitation.

What are your expectations for undergraduate and graduate students?2023-04-12T02:39:35+00:00

My expectation for students is to be curious, engaged, responsible, and collaborative. I expect that they work together with their lab mates, ask for help when they need it, and meet the deadlines we set for them. I will ask that they commit a certain number of hours per week to the lab.

How often do you meet with your students and provide feedback?2023-04-12T02:39:17+00:00

I meet with my students regularly (e.g., weekly or biweekly) to discuss their progress, challenges, and feedback. I also encourage them to attend lab meetings, seminars, and workshops where they can learn from other researchers and present their work

How do you assign projects and tasks to your students?2023-04-12T02:38:58+00:00

I assign projects and tasks to my students based on their interests, skills, goals, and availability. I try to match them with projects that are suitable for their level of experience and that offer opportunities for learning and growth. I also provide guidance and support along the way.

What skills or qualifications do I need to join your lab?2023-04-12T02:38:41+00:00

Many students have different backgrounds, which is fantastic! To join my lab, you need to have a genuine interest in our research areas and a willingness to learn new skills or techniques as needed.

What types of students would be a good fit for ReBEL?2023-09-25T13:30:13+00:00

Students with a background in neuroscience, psychology, kinesiology, physiotherapy, and occupational therapy may be best suited for this work, but all students are invited to reach out to Dr. Quigley to see if there is a good fit.

Students who are interested in gamified rehabilitation and yoga may also be a good fit.


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