Research in the Motor Control Laboratory focuses on motor coordination across the lifespan and in neurological populations. Theoretical approaches are combined with clinical applications to advance our understanding of the mechanisms underlying sensorimotor control of human movement as well as provide the basis for rehabilitative interventions. The lab is equipped with an electromagnetic 3-D motion analysis system, force plate, instrumented manipulanda, surface EMG systems, and a variety of clinical assessment tools. Research opportunities are available for post-doctoral, doctoral and masters students as well as undergraduate students. Current research includes collaborations with Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Internal Medicine.


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