Shellie Boudreau

Shellie A Boudreau


Shellie earned a Bachelor and Master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering in Canada before relocating to Denmark to pursue a research career. Currently, Shellie focuses her research efforts on the neurobiology of motor control and learning for the purpose of enhancing rehabilitation success in individuals with musculoskeletal pain. She also has a strong interest in intra and oralfacial pain. Additionally, she spends time developing and testing features of training regimes which support the cortical changes underlying our ability to learn or re-learn motor control strategies in helathy and patients populations. Shellie is also driven by the opportunities created through software development and currently focuses on design, documentation, recording and analysis of sensory and pain profiles. This relatively new research methodology has emerged as a necessity from her research and is further motivated by passion and creativity.

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Associate Professor

Aalborg University
Associate Professor at Aalborg University, Department of Health Science and Technology, Denmark, Institute for Sensory Motor Interaction (SMI), Center for Neuroplasticity and Pain (CNAP).