Laboratory for Computational Motor Control
Thomas Reppert and Adrian Haith, San Diego 2010.
Thomas Reppert, Minnan Xu-Wilson, and Pavan Vaswani, 2010.
Carmen Kut, Mollie Marko, Reza Shadmehr, Ali Ahmadi-Pajouh, Sarah Pekny, Thomas Reppert, Michelle Harran, and Adrian Haith, 2011.
Society for Neuroscience, 2012
Thesis defense, 2016
Thomas joined the lab in 2010 as graduate student in the BME PhD program, after completing a BS in Aerospace Engineering from Virginia Tech, and Post-bachelorette in Mathematics from University of Zaragoza, Spain. He is a National Science Foundation Fellow, and a Fulbright Scholar. His research interests include neuro-economics of human motor control. He completed his thesis in August 2016, focusing on the shared control of vigor across eye, head, and arm movements. He subsequently joined the laboratory of Prof. Jeff Schall at Vanderbilt University as a postdoctoral fellow.
trepper1 at jhmi dot edu
His work was published in the following:
Movement vigor: consistency, conservation, and modulation. Thomas R. Reppert (2016) PhD Thesis, Johns Hopkins University
Modulation of saccade vigor during value-based decision making. TR Reppert, KM Lempert, PW Glimcher, and R Shadmehr (2015) Journal of Neuroscience 35:15369-15378.
Evidence for hyperbolic temporal discounting of reward in control of movements. AM Haith, TR Reppert, and R Shadmehr (2012) Journal of Neuroscience 32:11727-11736.
Changes in saccade kinematics associated with the value and novelty of a stimulus. TR Reppert, JES Choi, AM Haith, and R Shadmehr (2012) Conference on Information Sciences and Systems 46:1-5.
Eye-head-arm tracker, 2016
Operating the Hopkins Telescope, 2012
Society for Neuroscience, 2015
Society for Neuroscience, 2016