Our research is dedicated to the development of practical and accessible innovations for people with movement and posture vulnerabilities that can be marketed directly to those at risk and those who treat them.
2020-2021 – Excellence in research award, Quebec Network for Research on Aging ($1000CAD)
2020 – PhysioBiometrics won first place in Health Sciences category at 2020 edition of McGill’s Dobson Cup powered by National Bank.
2019 – Walk-BEST (previously known as a Walk-Well), part of PhysioBiometrics Inc., won 2019 Montreal region competition from AGE-WELL National Impact Challenge: Startup Edition. (https://agewell-nce.ca/archives/8518)
2019 – Canadian Gerontology Association Conference, Moncton, Canada ($500CAD)
2019 – 2nd prize Canadian Association of Geriatrics, Halifax Nova Scotia, Canada ($250CAD)
“Walk Well”: Developing the Content for a Knowledge Tool for Home Use by Gait Vulnerable Seniors: Abou-Sharkh A., Inceer M., Mate KKV., Morais J., Morin S., Mayo NE. Strauss KT Interactive day April 2019, Montreal, Canada
Walk-Well: Taking the First Step, Hearing from the Canadian Experts: Abou-Sharkh A., Inceer M., Mate KKV., Morin S., Mayo NE. Canadian Geriatric Society, 2018 Montreal, Canada and National KT conference, 2018 Montreal Canada.
Adopt Tech: Getting Older Adults to Adopt Technology to Improve Walking Competency: Mate KKV., Mayo NE., AGE-WELL Inaugural Conference, 2015 Calgary, Canada
How well do you have to walk to walk for health? A technological solution to an important question. Special Education Forum. Mate KKV., Abou-Sharkh A., Mayo NE. Canadian Physiotherapy Association Healthy Aging Forum 27-29 June 2019, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada.
Portraits in Multiple Sclerosis: Dawes H. and Coe S. (England), Mayo NE. and Mate KKV. (Canada), Sangelaji B. and Hale L. (New Zealand) at the World Confederation for Physical Therapy, Cape Town, South Africa 2017
Physiotherapy shift in geriatric care: A short walk seems longer when you don’t Walk-Well: Abou- Sharkh A., Mate KKV., Mayo NE. Canadian Physiotherapy Association Physiotherapy Practice July/August 2019; 9 (4)