Our lab is interested in the operation of the motor system during physiological and pathological states. Our working hypothesis is that local computation within motor sites and interactions between remote sites contribute to the planning and execution of voluntary movements. Consequently, we are studying the descendingmechanism(s) through which group of muscles are rapidly recruited for performing motor tasks. We further study the way ascendingsensory information shapes motor actions by dictating the timing of these events.
ENU day 2017 is coming!
We are excited to host this year's ENU day on March 29, 2017, at ELSC. The conference will focus on our community's scientific work, and will allow us to share our recent professional insights and experiences.