Laboratory for Computational Motor Control
Scott Albert, Ocean City Maryland
Scott joined the lab in 2013 as a graduate student in the BME PhD program, after completing an undergraduate program in Chemical Engineering from Lafayette College, where he was a Marquis Scholar. In 2012 he won the Othmer Award from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. In 2015 he was awarded an NIH NRSA Fellowship. In 2016 he won the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award from the Johns Hopkins Biomedical Engineering Department. He is working on the question of learning from error and the human cerebellum.
salbert8 @ jhmi.edu
The neural feedback response to error as a teaching signal for the motor learning system. Scott Albert and Reza Shadmehr (2016) Journal of Neuroscience 36:4832-4845.
Society for Neuroscience, 2015
San Francisco, 2016
Society for Neuroscience, 2016