(University of Toronto)
Camille K. Williams completed a BASc degree in Engineering Science (Biomedical specialization) in 2008 and a MHSc degree in Clinical Engineering at the University of Toronto in 2010. With the supervision of Dr. Heather Carnahan, she is currently working toward a PhD in Movement Science in the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute. Camille joined the IATSL in September 2013 after Dr. Carnahan became Dean of the School of Human Kinetics and Recreation at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Camille is also a Research Fellow at The Wilson Centre for Research in Education where she receives mentorship in health professions education scholarship. Her doctoral research is focused on the use of haptic guidance techniques for motor skill learning. This work has potential applications to the development of virtual reality simulators for training technical clinical skills as well as development of robotic therapies for physical rehabilitation.