The Neuromotor Science (NMS) Research Consortium is 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, including:
- neuromotor control and biomechanics of movement
- upper extremity function
- posture and gait
- spinal cord function
- sensorimotor integration
- health outcomes
- assistive device development
Virtual reality is an important component of these laboratories as a means to understand how sensory processing is integrated with motor function and to develop new rehabilitative techniques.
Our research labs are housed in a common space that promotes interaction and discussion, providing a rich scientific atmosphere to share ideas through journal clubs and invited lectures.