Dr. Jacqueline Hebert is Professor in the Division of Physical Medicine
& Rehabilitation, Faculty of Medicine, and Research Affiliate at the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital. She is also the Program Director for NSERC CREATE in Sensory Motor Rehabilitative Technology (SMART)—a world-class, industry-informed, interdisciplinary training program for industry-ready grads in the rapidly expanding field of next-generation adaptive rehabilitation technology.
Her research team studies advanced motor control and sensory feedback systems for upper limb myoelectric devices, under a group of projects known as Bionic Limbs for Improved Natural Control(BLINC). The BLINC Lab is an interdisciplinary lab where medical, science, and engineering researchers collaborate to improve the control and performance of robotic prostheses.