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Laboratory for Computational Motor Control

Research to understand how the brain controls movements

We study how the brain controls movements in healthy people, as well as in people with neurological disorders such as Parkinson's disease and cerebellar ataxia. Our tools include mathematics, robotics, brain stimulation, and neuro-physiology. We have two long-term aims: to understand the basic function of the motor structures of the brain including the cerebellum, the basal ganglia, and the motor cortex; and to understand the relationship between how our brain controls our movements and how it controls our decisions.
Biomedical Engineering
Johns Hopkins University
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