Location University of Regina City Regina Contact email@example.com
Cameron Mang is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies at the University of Regina. His research aims to improve understanding of factors that support neuroplasticity toward advances in rehabilitation strategies for people living with motor impairment due to chronic neurological conditions. He uses techniques in electrophysiology (e.g., transcranial magnetic stimulation) to study how the central nervous system controls movement and the impact of neurological conditions on these processes. He also is the founder of a community exercise program (Enrich Neurorehab) for people with chronic neurological conditions delivered at the University of Regina Centre for Health, Wellness, and Performance. His dual role as a researcher and practicing kinesiologist/clinical exercise physiologist fosters the development of clinically meaningful research and knowledge mobilization.