Clark Center, Room S341
As a researcher I am interested in the fundamental principles that shape how and why we move the way we do, as
well as the application of these principles to improve human mobility and health.
Ph.D. in Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology, Simon Fraser University, 2015
M.S. in Kinesiology & Health Studies, Queen’s University, 2009
B.S. in Life Sciences, Queen’s University, 2007
Honors and Awards
Michael Smith Foreign Study Fellowship, Canada Graduate Scholarships, 2014
Vanier Canadian Graduate Fellowship, National Sciences and Engineering Research Council, 2011-2013
Women in Science Mentorship Scholarship, UNESCO-L’Oreal, 2011
Selinger, J. C., O’Connor, S. M., Wong, J. D. & Donelan, J. M. Humans Can Continuously Optimize Energetic Cost during Walking. Current Biology 25, 2452–2456 (2015).
Selinger, J. C. & Donelan, J. M. Estimating instantaneous energetic cost during non-steady-state gait. J Appl Physiol 117, 1406–1415 (2014).
Selinger, J. C. & Donelan, J. M. Myoelectric Control for Adaptable Biomechanical Energy Harvesting. IEEE Trans. Neural Syst. Rehabil. Eng. 24, 364–373 (2016).
Felt, W., Selinger, J. C., Donelan, J. M. & Remy, C. D. ‘Body-In-The-Loop’: Optimizing Device Parameters Using Measures of Instantaneous Energetic Cost. PLoS ONE 10, e0135342–21 (2015).
Rock climbing, hiking, skiing