In the CAN Lab we use computational tools to support the study of the nervous system. What we learn fuels the development of new robot technologies, neurorehabilitation techniques & prosthetic systems.

Latest news...

12/2022 - Oscar's preprint on using EEG to measure motor drive is out!

9/2022 - Welcome to Summer, a new Master's student! And welcome to Rhiannon, a new research assistant!

8/2022 - Rachelle presented work on measuring the sense of agency at MEC2022!

7/2022 - Dan presented work on motor learning outside the lab at the Neural Control of Movement conference!

5/2022 - The summer students have arrived. Welcome to Jenna, Joy, Lincoln, and Logan!

4/2022 - Welcome to Aidan, the lab's new Unity VR programmer!

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4/2022 - Congratulations to Lincoln on his Scotia Scholars Undergraduate Award and Webster Undergraduate Research Award!

4/2022 - Congratulations to Logan on his NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award!

12/2021 - Dan was awarded a New Health Investigator Grant from ResearchNS. We'll be developing low-cost VR neurorehab treatments.

11/2021 - Dan was awarded a Harrison-McCain Emerging Scholar Award to work on cognitive load assessment during prosthesis use.

7/2021 - The CAN LAB moves north of the border! Acadia University in Nova Scotia, Canada is our new home.

4/2021 - Our latest paper on the computational analysis of motor adaptation is out in Scientific Reports.