Tim Inglis


Office Address:
Robert F. Osborne Centre Room 212
Unit 1, 6108 Thunderbird Blvd
Vancouver, BC V6T 2A1


The University of Western Ontario, 1992, BSc PT, (Physical Therapy)
Queen’s University, 1991, PhD, (Anatomy and Neuroscience)
University of Waterloo, 1986, MSc, (Kinesiology)
University of Waterloo, 1984, BSc (Hons), (Kinesiology)

Courses Taught

KIN 389 Neuromuscular Integration of Human Movement
KIN 390 Human Functional Musculoskeletal Anatomy
KIN 500T Human Physiology

Research Area

Research and Teaching

The focus of the Neurophysiology Laboratory is to evaluate the sensorimotor control aspects of the human nervous system using a variety of neurophysiological techniques. A major component of this laboratory focuses on using a nerve recording technique called microneurography. This was the first laboratory in Canada to use this technique, and one of a handful around the world. Microneurography makes it possible to record the single-unit (single axon) activity from the peripheral nerves of awake human subjects. Other neurophysiological techniques used in this laboratory are H-Reflex testing, galvanic and stochastic vestibular stimulation during standing balance control, and the use of surface and indwelling electromyography to assess normal standing balance control, movement and sensorimotor control in certain clinical Neurological populations.