About us

The Movement Sciences Laboratory is a multi-disciplinary unit dedicated to investigating diverse topics related to the learning and control of human motion. In addition to research, the laboratory also serves graduate and undergraduate students in courses related to different movement assessment techniques, signal analysis, and applications. Graduate students are exposed to different aspects of motor rehabilitation sciences and are encouraged to adopt a hands-on approach with the use of different technologies available in the lab. They utilize motion capture systems, force transducers, and electrophysiological measurement devices in order to answer their practical and theoretical research questions.