Laboratory for Computational Motor Control
New Orleans, 2012
Aymeric joined the lab in 2011 as a graduate student in the BME MS program, after completing an undergraduate program in engineering from Ecole Polytechnique, Paris. He worked on the interactions between the declarative memory and motor memory systems, looking for shares resources. He completed his thesis in 2013 and went on to become an engineer with Mauna Kea Technologies, France.
Protection and extinction of motor memories: interference from the declarative memory system in context switching. Aymeric Blanc (2013) MS Thesis, Johns Hopkins University.
Making lunch for lab meeting, 2012