Prof. Rubim Santos, PhD
Director of CIR
Human Movement System (Re)habilitation
CIR is composed by 17 Ph.D. integrated researchers and 61 collaborators (22 with a Ph.D. and 36 Ph.D. students) dedicated to the field of Rehabilitation sciences, in motor, cognitive and psychosocial perspective, throughout the life cycle and its implications and interrelationships with activities and participation. The Unit englobes two main areas, one dedicated to the study of the Human Movement System (Re)habilitation and another dedicated to the study of Phsycosocial Rehabilitation.
Our main goal is to develop and/or test interpretive, explanatory and predictive models and strategies, processes, products/technologies for assessment, measurement and intervention in the (Re)habilitation Sciences.
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