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I am a Hawthorne Fellow in the Laboratory for Innovation in Autism, and my research projects aim to help with the early detection of autism by captureing their motor signatures using smart-tablet gameplay and wearable devices.
I did my undergraduate study in Occupatonal Therapy and then I received my PhD in Biomedical Engineering (both degrees from the National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan). During my PhD study, I was awarded funding for one-year training at the Mayo Clinic (Minnesota, USA) where I advanced my research in the biomechanics of trigger finger. After receiving my PhD degree, I did postdoctoral research at the Cleveland Clinic (Ohio, USA) where I investigated the motor control of individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome. I moved to UK in 2015 to work on an ERC-funded project at the University of Kent where I led biomechanical experiments to help understand human hand evolution. Then I joined the Laboratory for Innovation in Autism at the University of Strathclyde in 2018.
I am interested in exploring human movement biomechanics to improve health and wellbeing, and to answer research questions in a broader context. My current focus is to combine my clinical and engineering training to understand the motor signatures in autism to help with the early detection and intervention.
Please find more details about my research projects at https://sites.google.com/view/szuchinglu
Expertise & Capabilities
- PhD in Biomedical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
- BSc in Occupational Therapy, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
- Certified Occupational Therapist, Taiwan
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Global Representative, Early Career Committee (ECC), International Society for Autism Research (INSAR)
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- Hand function
- Motion Analysis
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Adherence to the two-thirds power law and kinematic differences in children with autism during ellipse drawing and tracing activities on smart-tabletFourie, E., Lu, S-C., Delafield-Butt, J. & Rivera, S. M., 11 May 2022, p. 1.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Poster › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile11 Downloads (Pure)
Swipe kinematic differences in young children with autism spectrum disorders are task- and age-dependent: a smart tablet game approachLu, S-C., Rowe, P., Tachtatzis, C., Andonovic, I., Anzulewicz, A., Sobota, K. & Delafield-Butt, J., 31 Mar 2022, In: Brain Disorders. 5, 9 p., 100032.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile33 Downloads (Pure)
Early Career Committee (ECC), International Society for Autism Research (INSAR) (External organisation)
Szu-Ching Lu (Member)1 Nov 2019
Activity: Membership types › Membership of committee
Szu-Ching Lu (Member)13 Mar 2019
Activity: Membership types › Membership of network