We are always keen to recruit healthy volunteers to participate in our KINARM studies. We welcome participants of all ages and stages to come and play on our robots. All studies are approved by the Health Sciences Research Ethics Board at Queen’s University.
The Laboratory of Integrative Motor Behaviour (LIMB) in the Centre for Neuroscience at Queen’s University is inviting children from 5-18 to perform a variety of tasks related to cognitive, sensory, and motor abilities at different stages of development. This information will be used to compare to other children that may have a disease or disorder such as Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and Cerebral Palsy. Help contribute to the scientific research community by allowing your child to participate.
Please visit the KINARM Kids LIMB Lab page for more information on participating.
KINARM - Healthy Controls
The Laboratory of Integrative Motor Behaviour (LIMB) is inviting volunteers of all ages to perform a variety of tasks related to cognitive, sensory, and motor abilities.
We are looking for healthy adults to take part in a study of sensory and motor functions. Your data provides us with understanding of sensory feedback for our ability to move and interact in the world. Please see this document for details.