Naveen Elangovan is a postdoctoral research associate in University of Minnesota. He graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree in 2006. Before he moved to Minnesota for his M.S. in Kinesiology in 2009, he practiced Physical Therapy for about two and a half years in India. During his masters program, he majored in Biomechanics and Neural Control. In 2016, he earned his PhD in Kinesiology from University of Minnesota. His research interests revolve around movement neuroscience and neurological rehabilitation. His current research focuses on enhancing proprioceptive function and motor performance in healthy and neurological population using robotic technology.