Neural Control of Movement Laboratory



Our Lab

A look into all of the active members of our lab.


marco santello, ph.d.
-- professor --

Dr. Santello is the director of both the Neural Control of Movement Lab and the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering.

justin fine, ph.d.
-- Research assistant professor --

Dr. Fine obtained his Ph.D. of psychology from Arizona State University with a specialization in human-human cooperation.

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SImone toma, ph.d.

Dr. Toma explores the interaction between sensation, action and perception by using psychophysical methods, EMG recording and haptic devices.

Kazumasa uehara, ph.d.

Dr. Uehara's research interests are cortical control of movement and synergies through non-invasive brain stimulation, EEG, and behavioral studies.

Yen-Hsun Wu, ph.d.

Dr. Wu is currently working on "Effector and Task Neural Representations of Hand-Object Interactions."