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Dorra Rakia Allegue,  PhD

Researcher: BRILLIANT

Dorra Rakia Allegue,  PhD

Dorra Rakia Allegue, PhD is a Postdoctoral fellow working in the field of artificial intelligence and rehabilitation of chronic conditions. She received her Ph.D. in rehabilitation science from the University of Montreal, where she focused on remote rehabilitation methods for stroke survivors with chronic arm deficits. This method includes a combined use of telerehabilitation and exergames. After completing her doctoral studies, Dorra joined the PCHI lab, where she has been conducting research on the use of AI in the rehabilitation of chronic conditions such as stroke, brain injuries, and spinal cord injuries.

Dorra is interested in working in artificial intelligence related to the rehabilitation of chronic conditions and healthcare technology by employing machine learning and other AI techniques to develop new technologies that can help people with chronic conditions manage their symptoms and improve their overall health. This includes developing new algorithms for analyzing patient data, designing new types of medical devices and assistive technologies, and creating new software programs that can help patients monitor their own health and make informed decisions about their care. Dorra is also interested in studying how these technologies can be integrated into the broader healthcare system and working with healthcare providers to ensure that they are used effectively and in a way that maximizes their potential benefits.


Biomedical Research and Informatics Living Laboratory
for Innovative Advances of New Technologies

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