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Lena Carcreff

Postdoc (PhD)

Kinesiology Laboratory - HUG
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Presentation: I obtained my master degree (French engineer diploma) from the University of Technology of Compiègne (Picardie, France), in 2014 after a six-month internship in the Kinesiology Laboratory where I discovered and became familiarized with the clinical gait analysis and clinical research. I worked during one year at the rehabilitation center of Coubert (Seine et Marne, France) as a clinical engineer, where I was in charge of the management of a new clinical gait analysis laboratory in collaboration with Dr. Serdar Kocer. Then, I came back to Switzerland in September 2015 and began my PhD in February 2016 under Dr. Armand’s and Prof. Aminian’s (EPFL) supervision, and in close collaboration with Dr. Newman (CHUV). During my PhD, I mainly focused on wearable gait analysis (daily-life monitoring of gait) and on dual tasks in children with Cerebral Palsy.

Keywords: Clinical gait analysis, cerebral palsy, inertial sensors, dual tasks, daily life monitoring

ORCID: 0000-0003-0086-4944

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