Neuromotor science is the biological study of human movement, examining how we control our bodies. Students in this field gain an understanding of how regions of the brain relate to movement, with a goal of helping people improve their mobility, posture and other functions. Students in the college's neuromotor science programs have the opportunity to conduct research in the Neuromotor Science Research Consortium, a state-of-the-art research facility consisting of multiple interdisciplinary laboratories that investigate a range of basic and clinical issues in human sensorimotor neuroscience.
Faculty and Research
Programs in Neuromotor Science are housed in the Department of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. Learn more about faculty and research opportunities.