Sheng-Che Yen

Assistant Professor
  • Department of Physical Therapy, Movement & Rehabilitation Science

Résumé/CV:
Office: 308 G Robinson Hall
Phone: 617.373.5980

Office: 308 G Robinson Hall
Phone: 617.373.5980

Education/degrees:
Postdoctoral Training, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago/Northwestern University, Robotic Rehabilitation
PhD, New York University, Pathokinesiology
MA, New York University, Pathokinesiology
BS, Chung Shan Medical and Dental College, Physical Therapy

Certification:
Licensed Physical Therapist

Research Interests:
Dr. Sheng-Che Yen’s research goals are to understand the sensorimotor control of healthy and pathological gait and to advance the effectiveness of gait rehabilitation in patients with neuromuscular disorders.  He is also interested in large dataset analysis to determine the effectiveness of therapeutic outcomes.

Courses:
PT5133 Kinesiology
PT5133 Kinesiology Lab
HLTH5450 Health Care Research
HLTH5451 Health Care Research Recitation
PT 5227 Physical Therapy Project I
PT5229 Physical Therapy Project II

Selected Publications:
Yen, S. C., Gutierrez, G. M., Wang, Y. C., & Murphy, P. (2015). Alteration of ankle kinematics and muscle activity during heel contact when walking with external loading. European Journal of Applied Physiology115(8), 1683-1692.

Yen, S. C., Corkery, M. B., Chui, K. K., Manjourides, J., Wang, Y. C., & Resnik, L. J. (2015). Risk adjustment for lumbar dysfunction: comparison of linear mixed models with and without inclusion of between-clinic variation as a random effect. Physical Therapy95(12), 1692-1702.