Stephen Scott inducted into the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences
This week, the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences announced its new cohort of fellows and included in this list is Queen’s researcher and Vice-Dean Research at Queen’s Health Sciences, Stephen Scott Internationally recognized for his pioneering work at the intersection of neurosciences and limb biomechanics, Dr. Scott is the inventor of Kinarm, an interactive robotic technology that allows for unprecedented insights into how brain injuries and diseases affect motor control.
“It is a real honor and a privilege to get this recognition,” says Dr. Scott, who is also a professor in the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences. “This fellowship reflects the work of my research lab, including staff, students, and postdocs – they are the engine underneath this research program.”
The Canadian Academy of Health Sciences is one of Canada’s national academies and works to inform and support government and public decision-making in issues related to health sciences. Fellows are nominated by recommendation of national and international peers for their outstanding contributions to their respective fields.