Joe Hidler, Ph.D.
National Rehabilitation Hospital
102 Irving Street NW
Washington DC 20010
Development of rehabilitation robotic devices; studying motor impairment in stroke and spinal cord injury; developing new rehabilitation strategies for improving functional outcomes in individuals with lower extremity impairments.
- Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering, Northwestern University, 2001
- M.S. Biomedical Engineering, Northwestern University, 1996
- B.S. Mechanical Engineering, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 1994
Honors and Awards
- Provost Award for Excellence in Research and Scholarship, Catholic University, 2006
- Charles H. Kamen Award for Excellence in Teaching (2003) and Research (2005), Catholic University
- Best Poster Presentation, American Spinal Injury Association Annual Meeting, 2003.
- J. Ramella-Roman and J. Hidler, "The impact of autonomic dysreflexia on blood flow and skin response in individuals with spinal cord injury." Journal on Advanced Optical Technologies. In Press.
- J. Hidler, L. Hamm, A. Lichy and S. Groah, "Automating activity-based interventions: the role of robotics", Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development Special Issue, 45(2): 337-344, 2008.
- S. J. Lee and J. Hidler, "Biomechanics of treadmill versus over-ground walking in healthy individuals", J Appl Physiol, 104(3):747-755, 2008.