Member, Modus Scientific Advisory Board

Dr. Fulk received his master’s degree in physical therapy from the University of Massachusetts and his doctoral degree in physical therapy from Nova Southeastern University in 2005. Dr. Fulk’s research projects have primarily focused on measuring and improving locomotor capability in people with stroke.  Specifically, his research has looked at methods of measuring walking ability and overall participation in people with stroke, interventions to improve walking ability in people with stroke and other neurological conditions, and the development and use of rehabilitation engineering technologies to enhance recovery in people with neurological disorders.  He has collaborated with engineering faculty to develop novel technologies that monitor walking activity and ambulatory assistive devices.