Morris (Mickey) Milner

Milner, Morris (Mickey)

Morris (Mickey) Milner | Professor Emeritus
PhD (Witwatersrand), DSc (Hon., Queen’s), PEng, CCE

Main Appointments

  • Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering

Contact Information

Professor Morris (Mickey) Milner is an engineering consultant concerned with medical and assistive technologies. He was formerly the Vice-President, Research, Bloorview MacMillan Children’s Centre (now Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital) where R&D activities include a wide range of assistive technologies to aid persons with disabilities.

Research Theme

Research Areas

Aspects of assistive technology, including human locomotor engineering, accessibility issues and development of powered upper extremity prosthetics.

Select Publications

Milner, M: On the Odyssey: A Personal Journey. Colin McLaurin Distinguished Lecture.  Assistive Technology, Vol. 13, No. 1, 2001. (Invited)

Milner, M: The potential of technological innovations for the disabled.  International Journal of Technology Assessment. 11:2, pp187-195, 1995. (Invited)

Milner, M, Naumann, S: Rehabilitation Engineering at The Hugh MacMillan Rehabilitation Centre.  Special Issue on Research and Development in Assistive Technology. Journal of Technology and Disability. Vol.3, No. 4, pp321-330, December 1994. (Invited)

Milner M: Rehabilitation Technology: Exploitation of R & D and Current Technologies. In Proceedings of the 1st TIDE Congress, 6‑7 April, 1993: Rehabilitation Technology, Strategies for the European Union. (edited by E. Ballabio, I. Placencia‑Porrero and R. Puig de la Bellacasa), Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. Vol 9. IOS Press, Amsterdam, pp7‑14. (Invited)

Milner M, Naumann D, Literowich W, Martin M, Ryan S, Sauter W, Shein G.F, Verburg G: Rehabilitation engineering in paediatrics.  PEDIATRICIAN- International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health, Denver, Colorado, August 1990: Vol. 17, No. 4, pp. 287‑296.  (Invited)

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