Zoë’s previous research focus was in proprioception and muscular performance of the ankle and calf muscles. She has studied the effect of multiple sclerosis and healthy aging on these functions. Zoë was also recently involved in a clinical trial aimed at reducing falls in people with multiple sclerosis using a step-training exercise intervention. Her sub-study investigated if ankle proprioceptive and muscle ability improved, with this exercise training, which may facilitate functional improvements.
Zoë is currently working at the Spinal Cord Injury Research Centre (SCIRC), at NeuRA, on a clinical trial that is investigating the effect of transcutaneous spinal cord stimulation on the walking ability of people with chronic spinal cord injuries.