Dr. Lori Ann Vallis
Professor, University of Guelph, Human Health & Nutritional Sciences
Lori Ann has a multifaceted approach to the study of human movement. Her research program has focused on strategies used to execute safe movement during adapted locomotor tasks (steering, obstacles) and the role of vision in these tasks.
Lori is also interested in exploring the impact of brain function on locomotor control and how ageing may influence the complex relationship between cognitive resources, sensory input and movement.