Physiotherapist, his research focuses on the development and evaluation of interventions involving physical activity and new technologies to improve autonomy, social participation and quality of life for people with chronic pathologies and the elderly. He is also interested in the development and validation of measurement tools in rehabilitation based on a modern psychometric approach.
interventions, physical and leisure activities, rehabilitation techniques, autonomy and social participation
Études postdoctorales en apprentissage moteur, Université Laval /Cirris, Canada, 2014
Doctorat en science de la motricité, Université catholique de Louvain / Institute of Neuroscience, Belgique, 2013