Research - fMRI

Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) is a non-invasive method of measuring neuronal activity within human research participants.

Although our patient and behavioral studies allow us to describe in great detail the end result of the brain's role in skilled movement, and at times even infer the brain-behavior link, the incorporation of fMRI allows an (almost) direct assessment of the neurological correlates of our experimental tasks.

Planned/Ongoing fMRI research includes questions related to:

  1. Stroke rehabilitation
  2. Visuomotor adaptation
  3. Credit assignment