Name: Michelle Tang
Position: Research Assistant
Michelle graduated from McGill Kinesiology Honours at 2019. During her undergraduate degree, she was actively involved in different research projects, including a motor control study where she assisted in the investigation of the contribution of neural circuits to the maintenance of balance. She completed her honours thesis investigating the role of estrogen in blood pressure regulation. She also has 2 years of experience working with geriatric population as well as patients with chronic diseases through internships and extracurricular activities. Such experience has fostered her interest in pursuing further within the realm of research for rehabilitation. Right now, Michelle works as a research assistant on the project SPIN, assisting research participants resolving problems and the development of new interventions.
- Dean’s Honour List. McGill University, 2017-2018
Tang M, Khaksar A, Coovadia Y, Ussleman WC. The effect of acute change in progesterone on exercise press or reflex. The 20th annual Bertha Rosenstadt National Undergraduate Research Conference. 2019; 20:51.
Tang M, Khaksar A, Coovadia Y, Ussleman WC. Charlotte. The effect of acute change in progesterone on exercise press or reflex. The 20th annual Bertha Rosenstadt National Undergraduate Research Conference, Toronto, Ontario, March 2019.