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Bhaskaran and Sertic presented at CATSS symposium

Thursday, October 20, 2022

Postdoctoral researcher Divya Bhaskaran, PhD, and doctoral student Jacqueline Sertic from the Human Sensorimotor Control Laboratory presented at the annual fall symposium of the U of M’s Center for Applied and Translational Sensory Sciencee (CATSS). Dr. Bhaskaran presented work of the lab’s ongoing clinical trial, “Can laryngeal vibration become a treatment for spasmodic dysphonia,” while Sertic reported on a recent project that investigated ankle proprioceptive function in physically active older adults, “How does ankle proprioception change in active older adulthood.”

Portrait image of Dr. Divya Bhaskaran smiling with earing and necklace in red top with black sweater
Dr. Divya Bhaskaran
Jacquelyn Sertic

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