Assistant Professor of Research
1540 Alcazar Street, CHP 155
Motor Behavior and Neurorehabilitation Lab, G-31
Los Angeles, CA 90089
The central theme of Dr Bishop’s research is the application of technology to understand and improve the translation of locomotor skills from the clinic to daily use. Her research agenda has two primary aims. First, she is currently working to identify barriers to the translation of locomotor skill into community environments. Her second aim is to develop sustainable solutions that allow stroke survivors to overcome these barriers and increase mobility in daily life.
PhD, Kinesiology, Teachers College Columbia University, 2018
Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Miami, 2004
Bachelor of Science, Florida State University, 1999