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Amit Sethi is an assistant professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy whose research interests include:

  • understanding the neurophysiological and motor control mechanisms contributing to motor deficits in elderly and adults post-stroke;
  • investigating novel neuroplasticity-based interventions to improve upper extremity movement and independence in adults post-stroke;
  • developing novel rehabilitation technologies to improve upper extremity movement in adults post-stroke;
  • studying the inherent complexity of human movement utilizing the tools of non-linear dynamics.


Department of Occupational Therapy


Doctor of Clinical Science in Occupational Therapy
Doctor of Occupational Therapy
Doctor of Philosophy in Rehabilitation Science
Post Professional Program in Occupational Therapy