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Sharing research from UBC to Japan!

The highlight of my time at UBC was conducting research on a novel rehabilitation strategy to alleviate the walking asymmetry that people suffer after stroke. This research is important because walking asymmetry leads to impaired balance and increased falls. I presented my findings at UBC MURC and was elated to be recognized as Top Oral Presenter. I was chosen to represent UBC at the Universitas21 Undergraduate Research Conference in Japan to showcase my research at the international level.

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Alvin Ip

Richmond, Canada

Graduated 2012, Bachelor of Kinesiology

School of Kinesiology