Computational Motor Control and Clinical Applications to Upper-Limb Rehabilitation

Prof. Dario G. Liebermann, Ph.D.

Department of Physical Therapy

Behavioral and computational motor control is our field of research. This is a main venue for understanding the motor system and its organization, in healthy and clinical populations.


In the last years, we have dedicated major efforts in investigating methods and technologies (virtual reality, robot-based rehabilitation, neuro-stimulation) that can potentially enhance motor recovery and functional performance in clinical populations with a focus on upper-limb motion in stroke survivors.


Mathematical model-based, as well as empirical neuromotor approaches, are used in our research for studying  and understanding laws of motor control and sensorimotor integration.


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