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Our current research...

  • Neuromuscular mechanisms responsible for deficient motor control and learning in healthy (older adults and children) and diseased humans (spinocerebellar ataxia; stroke; essential tremor; dystonia).

  • Functional consequences of impaired motor control with emphasis on driving and overground walking.

  • Development of rehabilitation tools and protocols for enhancing motor control.

  • Control properties of single and multiple motor units in human limb muscles.

  • Oscillations in force and muscle activity.

  • Neural adaptations in response to acute (e.g. gain of visual feedback, fatigue) and long-term (training, aging) perturbations in human motor performance.

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