Rehabilitation and Neural Engineering Laboratory

Amit Sethi, PhD, OTR/L

  • Assistant Professor

Research Interest Summary

motor control, stroke, neuroplasticity, neurorehabilitation

Research Interests

Amit Sethi is an assistant professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy whose research interests include: understanding the neurophysiological and motor control mechanisms contributing to motor deficits in elderly and adults post-stroke, investigating novel neuroplasticity-based interventions to improve upper extremity movement and independence in adults post-stroke, developing novel rehabilitation technologies to improve upper extremity movement in adults post-stroke, and studying the inherent complexity of human movement utilizing the tools of non-linear dynamics.