Movement Neuroscience Laboratory
The mission of the lab is to advance knowledge of human neural control of movement and leverage this information to improve motor function for those with neurological impairment
1. To study the neural processes that govern perception and action in health and disease.
2. To translate principles of neuroscience into practical interventions for individuals with motor impairment.
3. To advance techniques for studying human motor neurophysiology.
1. State of the art virtual reality and robotics to study the effects of visual and haptic feedback on motor behavior.
2. High-precision optical cameras, instrumented gloves, inertial sensors, and force sensors to study human movement biomechanics.
3. Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and electromyography (EMG) to study human neurophysiology.
Meet the Team
We are pleased to announce that Garrit Strenge was awarded a PEAK Ascent! Congratulations! Garrit Strenge Project title: “Determination of Object Position, Orientation and Affordances using Computer Vision”. Faculty Advisor: Deniz Erdogmus Co-Advisors: Mat Yarossi, Gene Tunik
One of our long-standing lab members, Lake, was named a Barry Goldwater Scholar. The Goldwater award is a competitive national STEM-based award given to undergraduates from over 5,000 college sophomores and juniors. Congratulations Lake! Spencer Jacobs-Skolik Institution Name: Northeastern University Field of Study: Engineering Career Goal: I plan to earn an M.D./Ph.D and conduct research in […]
We are pleased to announce that Andrea Smith (Bioengineering) has obtained the Project-Based Exploration for the Advancement of Knowledge – PEAK Experiences Summit Award! Congratulation! Andrea Smith Summit Awardees will have the opportunity to demonstrate their high-level skills, creativity, and initiative while undertaking research and creative projects and deepening their relationships with their project’s faculty mentor. […]