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Center for Pediatric Locomotion Sciences

The mission of the Center for Pediatric Locomotion Sciences is to perform innovative, interdisciplinary research to improve the lives of children and adolescents with mobility disorders. Currently, the center is conducting exploratory research in four primary areas that challenge children: idiopathic toe walking, Down syndrome, lower limb amputation and cerebral palsy, and has already made important gains in each of these areas.

The co-directors of the center are Dr. Mark Geil and Dr. Jerry Wu.

 
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