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Cameron Mang

Assistant Professor

Office: CK 164.2
Phone: 306-585-4066

Research interests

The overarching aim of Cameron’s research program is to develop innovative motor learning and exercise interventions that improve movement abilities for people with neurological conditions. This aim is addressed through a combination of: 1) basic science research designed to improve understanding of how the central nervous system controls movement, and 2) clinical research examining how the neural control of movement is disrupted and rehabilitated after neurological damage. In this research, Cameron commonly employs techniques in neurophysiology (non-invasive brain stimulation, electromyography, neuromuscular electrical stimulation), neuroimaging (diffusion-weight imaging), robotics (KINARM Lab), and exercise physiology (indirect calorimetry).

As a practicing Kinesiologist and Certified Exercise Physiologist in the field of Neurorehabilitation, Cameron is dedicated to conducting research with real-world implications for people with neurological conditions. To this end, he has developed the affiliated ‘Enrich Community Neurorehabilitation Program’ offered at the University of Regina Dr. Paul Schwann Centre. This crucial link between research and community programming fosters knowledge mobilization, ensuring the development of clinically meaningful research and evidence-based programming.

Cameron Mang Google Scholar Profile

Cameron is currently accepting graduate students. Prospective individuals with an interest in neurorehabilitation, motor control/learning, exercise physiology and neurophysiology are encouraged to contact him directly with:

  1. Unofficial transcripts
  2. Curriculum Vitae (including names of 2 referees)
  3. A brief summary of prior research experience and/or an expression of interest in pursing graduate studies
  4. A brief summary of how a graduate degree in Kinesiology will advance their career

Courses Taught:

  • KIN 280: Motor control and learning
  • KIN 380: Advanced topics in motor behaviour