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Qinyin Qiu, PHD

Department : Rehabilitation And Movement Sciences

Academic Title: Assistant Professor


Office Address:
Department of Rehabilitation and Movement Science 
NeuroRehabilitation Laboratory
Phone: (908) 217-6290

Email: qiuqi@shp.rutgers.edu


Education
Degree Degree Source Year Awarded
BS Hangzhou Electrical Institute of Technology, China
MS University of Southern California
PHD NJIT/UMDNJ
Publications
Title Authors Where and When
Home based virtual rehabilitation for upper extremity functional recovery post-stroke Qiu Q, Cronce A, Fluet G, Patel J, Merians A, Adamovich S J Altern Med Res 2017;9(4)
Does training with traditionally presented and virtually-simulated tasks elicit differing changes in object interaction kinematics in persons with upper extremity hemiparesis? Fluet GG, Merians AS, Qiu Q, Rohafaza M, Van Wingerden A, et al Top Stroke Rehabil. 2015 (3):176-84
Comparing integrated training of the hand and arm with isolated training of the same effectors in persons with stroke using haptically rendered virtual environments, a randomized clinical trial Fluet G., Merians A.S., Qiu Q, Davidow A, Adamovich S.V. J Neuroeng Rehab, 2014, 11(1):126
Robots integrated with virtual reality simulations for customized motor training in a person with upper extremity hemiparesis: a case study Fluet G.G., Merians A.S., Qiu, Q., Saleh S., Lafond I., Ruano V., Delmonico A.R., Adamovich S.V. Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy 2012; 36(2):79-86
Correlations between statistical models of robotically collected kinematics and clinical measures of upper extremity function Rohafza M., Fluet G.G., Qiu Q., Adamovich S.V. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2012; 4120-4123
Classification of hand preshaping in persons with stroke using Linear Discriminant Analysis Puthenveettil S., Fluet G., Qiu Q., Adamovich S In Conf. Proc. IEEE Eng. Med. Biol. Soc. 2012; 4563-4566
Robotically Facilitated Virtual Rehabilitation of Arm Transport Integrated With Finger Movement in Persons with Hemiparesis Merians A.S., Fluet G.G., Qiu Q., Saleh S., Lafond I., Adamovich S.V. Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation, 8:27, 2011
A comparison of motor adaptations to robotically facilitated upper extremity task practice demonstrated by children with cerebral palsy and adults with stroke Qiu Q., Adamovich S., Saleh S., Lafond I., Merians A.S., Fluet G.G. In Conf Proc IEEE Int Conf Rehabil Robot. 2011; 5975431
Haptically facilitated bimanual training combined with augmented visual feedback in moderate to severe hemiplegia Boos A., Qiu Q., Fluet G.G., Adamovich S.V. In Conf. Proc. IEEE Eng. Med. Biol. Soc. 2011; 3111-3114
Learning in a Virtual Environment Using Haptic Systems for Movement Re-Education: Can This Medium Be Used for Remodeling Other Behaviors and Actions? Merians A.S., Fluet G.G., Qiu Q., Saleh S., Lafond I., Adamovich S.V. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology 5:301-308, 2011
Interfacing a haptic robotic system with complex virtual environments to treat impaired upper extremity motor function in children with cerebral palsy Fluet G.G., Qiu Q., Ramirez D.A., Saleh S., Parikh H.D., Kelly D., Adamovich S. Developmental NeuroRehabilitation. 2010; 13:335-345
Integrated versus isolated training of the hemiparetic upper extremity in haptically rendered virtual environments Qiu Q., Fluet G.G., Saleh S., Lafond I., Merians A.S., Adamovich S.V. In Conf. Proc. IEEE Eng. Med. Biol. Soc. 2010; 2255-2258
The New Jersey Institute of Technology Robot-Assisted Virtual Rehabilitation (NJIT-RAVR) system for children with cerebral palsy: A feasibility study Qiu Q., Ramirez D.A., Saleh S., Fluet G.G., Parikh H.D., Kelly D., Adamovich S. Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation 2009; Nov 16;6:40
Incorporating Haptic Effects into Virtual Environments to Train the Hemiplegic Upper Extremity Adamovich S., Fluet G., Merians A.S., Mathai A., Qiu Q. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, 2009; Oct; 17(5):512-520
Coordination changes demonstrated by subjects with hemiparesis performing hand-arm training using the NJIT-RAVR robotically assisted virtual rehabilitation system Qiu Q., Fluet G., Lafond I., Merians A.S., Adamovich S.V. In Conf. Proc. IEEE Engineering Med. Biol. Soc. 2009; 1143-1146
Design of a complex virtual reality simulation to train finger motion for persons with hemiparesis: A feasibility study Adamovich S.V., Fluet G.G., Mathai A., Qiu Q., Lewis J., Merians A.S. Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation, 2009, Jul 17; 6:28
Robot-Assisted Virtual Rehabilitation (NJIT-RAVR) system for children with upper extremity hemiplegia Fluet G.G., Qiu Q., Saleh S., Ramirez D., Adamovich S., Kelly D., Parikh H. Conf Proc Virtual Rehabilitation 2009, Haifa, Israel, August 4, 2009, 189-192
Recovery of Hand Function in Virtual Reality: Training Hemiparetic Hand and Arm Together or Separately Adamovich S., Fluet G.G., Merians A.S., Mathai A., Qiu Q.. In Proceedings: In Conf. Proc. IEEE Eng. Med. Biol. Soc. 2008, pp.3475-3478
Design of a Virtual Reality-Based System for Hand and Arm Rehabilitation Adamovich S., Qiu Q., Talati B., Fluet G. and Merians A.S Proceedings IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, June 2007, Netherlands, pp. 958-963
Strategies for Incorporating Bilateral Training into a Virtual Environment Merians A.S., Lewis J., Qiu Q., Fluet G., Talati B. and Adamovich S 2007 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering-CME2007, May 2007, Beijing, China pp.1272-1276
Research
Research Interests
My research interest focuses on Virtual Reality and robotic assisted rehabilitation system design and development. I was the principal engineer that designed the NJIT RAVR system and the NJIT TrackGlove systems. I participated in two large studies examining the use of these systems in children with CP and adults with stroke. I also designed all of the kinematic testing software for these studies. Since then, along with Amanda Cronce, I designed the NJIT-HoVRS system. Currently, I am leading the system feasibility and effectiveness study.
Research Grants
Title Sponsor Effective Dates Role
Optimizing Hand Rehabilitation Post-Stroke Using Interactive Virtual Environments Rutgers University, NJIT, Kessler Rehabilitation, Northeastern University 07/01/2017 – 06/30/2022 Research Engineer
National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center (RERC) for Rehabilitation Robotics 09/01/2017 – 08/31/2022 Research Engineer
Optimizing Hand Rehabilitation Post-Stroke Using Interactive Virtual Environments National Institute of Child Health and Human Development 03/01/2009 – 02/28/2014 Research Engineer
Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center (RERC) for Children with Orthopedic Disabilities National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research November 1, 2005 - October 30, 2011 Research Engineer
BioSketch
Title Details
Qinyin Qiu, Ph.D  2019 Dr. Qinyin Qiu received a Baccalaureate degree in computer science from Hangzhou Dianzi University. She received her master’s degree in computer engineering from University of Southern California, and Doctoral in Biomedical Engineering from New Jersey institute of Technology and University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Dr. Qiu is assistant professor at Department of Rehabilitation and Movement Science.


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