Lynne is a licensed Clinical Psychologist who specializes in leveraging brain plasticity for better recovery following stroke and brain injury. Her research utilizes new motion capture technology and data analytics to derive personalized insights into motor recovery. She also utilizes advanced neuroimaging approaches to better characterize the brain’s response to various motor interventions.
Lynne co-chairs the Neuroplasticity working group for the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine and is a member of the Stroke Interdisciplinary working group and Technology networking group.
When she’s not working, Lynne plays physically active games with her three young children, gardens, hikes, dances, sings, completes home renovations, or creates art.