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Active projects

Developing low-cost at-home options for treating stroke motor deficits and phantom limb pain.

Using psychological and computational motor control frameworks to develop more informative motor assessments.

Using psychophysics, motion capture and classical motor paradigms to study how people plan and execute movements.

Previous projects

Embodied robotic simulations to study neuroscience principles.

Field and lab work to understand octopus learning and feeding behaviour.