Lecture by Prof. Jules Dewald (Chicago)

Lecture by Prof. Jules Dewald (Chicago)

The lecture had place at the Promotiezaal (D2.01) on the campus Etterbeek of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel on Monday 29 May, at 15:00.

 

Prof. Julius Dewald
Professor and Chair
Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences
Feinberg School of Medicine
Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Phys. Med. & Rehab.
Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois
Adjunct Professor Biomechanical Engineering, TU Delft & University of Twente
“Prof. Dr. Jules Dewald obtained his Master in Physical Therapy and Motor Rehabilitation at VUB in 1980. He was a researcher in the neurobiology of movement disorders and biomechanics at the famous Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago which was one of the first US centres to install a robot-assisted gait system (Lokomat). As a professor in physical therapy and biomedical engineering, J. Dewald combines the fields of neurobiology, engineering and clinical sciences.”
– Prof. Eric Kerckhofs (BruBotics – RERE).