Movement is the ultimate goal purpose of the brain. If we weren't able to act on the world, we would not possess a nervous system. Our laboratory is trying to understand how the brain controls movements, and how this changes with motor learning or with recovery from diseases. We aim to understand motor control in the larger context of human cognition, as the two are intimately related. How the brain organise complex actions? How does the cerebellum (a classical motor control structure) contribute to mental function in general?
For a the methodological and statistical work in our lab, see Tools.