Alumni of the Laboratory for Computational Motor Control

 

Vincent Huang

 

Description: Description: C:\Users\reza\Documents\Pictures\vince_2.JPGVincent Huang, 2001

 

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Lab strawberry picking, Baltimore, June 2002

 

Vincent, 2004

 

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Vincentís birthday, 2005

 

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Tushar Rane, Vincent Huang, and Opher Donchin, 2005

 

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Christine Lee, Sarah Hemminger, Arash Hadipour, Reza Shadmehr, Sang Jun Oh, Vincent Huang, Jun Izawa, and Joern Diedrichsen, Sept. 2006

 

Description: Description: C:\Users\reza\Documents\Pictures\Labwebpictures\vince_small.jpgVincent Huang, 2006

 

 

 

 

Vincent joined the lab in 2001, after completing a BS in Physics and Physiology from McGill University.He discovered that statistics of error during motor adaptation can fundamentally alter how the brain learns motor control.He completed his PhD in 2007 with the thesis Enhancing motor learning through theoretical and experimental methods.He subsequently became a postdoctoral fellow at Columbia University.

 

The results of his thesis were published in the following papers:

 

Persistence of motor memories reflects statistics of the learning event. VS Huang and R Shadmehr (2009) Journal of Neurophysiology 102:931-940. Abstract 

 

Active learning: learning a motor skill without a coach. VS Huang, R Shadmehr, and J Diedrichsen (2008) Journal of Neurophysiology 100:879-887. Abstract 

 

Evolution of motor memory during the seconds after observation of motor error.  VS Huang and R Shadmehr (2007) Journal of Neurophysiology 97:3976-3985.  Abstract