Hisaichi Ohnabe

Hisaichi undertook a Master of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering degree in 1971 as a Fulbright exchange student and then a Ph.D. at the University of Delaware in 1975.  He was a professor in the Department of Biocybernetics, Faculty of Engineering, Niigata University from 1998, and also a professor in the Graduate School of Science and Technology at Niigata University.

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Jamie Noon

Jamie has spent over 30 years engaged in seating and mobility services.  He worked as a Seating and Mobility Clinician with the Rehabilitation Engineering Center at Stanford Children's Hospital.  He came to believe strongly that the keys to a successful service always lie with the client, not the service provider.  In the years following, Jamie worked within various international organizations to develop local product solutions and training packages for service providers.  Jamie helped to develop products for U.S.

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Christopher Lewis

Chris is President and CEO of American Wheelchair Mission.  He has helped to create and sustain a humanitarian mission that has delivered over 760,000 wheelchairs to people in more than 150 countries, bringing brand new wheelchairs and mobility devices to the poorest of the poor in Latin and South America, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, the Pacific Islands, and to veterans throughout the United States with the Knights of Columbus.

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Xavier Lemire

Xavier is a Physiotherapist and Consultant in physical medicine and rehabilitation, community based rehabilitation, public health and development and wheelchairs and seating.  In addition to 25 years of professional experience in humanitarian aid missions, public health and development, Xavier has extensive experience in physical medicine and rehabilitation education and project coordination for rehabilitation of persons with disability.

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Tamsin Langford

Tamsin has worked in the international development sector for over 15 years.  During this time, she has had a number of roles ranging from program planning and design, funding and advocacy.  She joined Motivation Charitable Trust in 2013 as Head of Programs and, in this role, manages programs across Africa and South Asia, as well technical resource and program development teams.  Motivation is an international NGO committed to improving the quality of life of people with mobility disabilities.

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Lee Kirby

Lee received his MD degree from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.  His specialty training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation was carried out at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington, USA, at Dalhousie University and at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in England.  He is a Professor in the Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in the Department of Medicine at Dalhousie University with cross-appointments in Kinesiology and Community Health and Epidemiology.

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Jongbae Kim

Jongbae is an Associate Professor, Department of Physical Therapy, at Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea.  He also is Director of Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology.  Previously, Jongbae was Director of Rehabilitation Robot Translation Research Center at the National Rehabilitation Research Center of Korea. He has held teaching positions at the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University, and Nazarene University.

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