Tyler Cluff is an assistant professor at the University of Calgary in the Faculty of Kinesiology. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science at the University of Ottawa, he completed his Master of Science in Biomechanics and then his Doctor of Philosophy in Neuroscience at McMaster University. He then completed three post-doctoral fellowships at Queen's University, before becoming involved in the Hotchkiss Brain Institute at the University of Calgary. Dr. Cluff holds expertise in integrative motor behaviour and biomechanics. His research interests lie within the Motor Control and Learning Laboratory, and the Hotchkiss Brain Institute. His current research focuses on the effect of concussion on motor control and learning processes in youth soccer players. By integrating his interest in biomechanics, Dr. Cluff's lab uses KINARM to quantify upper limb movement. This project is in collaboration with Drs. Carolyn Emery and Kathryn Schneider form the Sport Injury Prevention Research Center at the University of Calgary.
Trainees: Delowar Hossain
Website: Kinesiology Profile