I am a postdoctoral research fellow in the Human Brain Physiology and Stimuation Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University.
My research examines how the brain controls movements, with particular emphasis on learning movement skills. I achieve this using a multimodal approach, with a combination of non-invasive brain stimulation, neuroimaging, and behavioral measurements.
My research has three main aims:
1) Understanding how different parts of the brain contribute individually and work together in movement control and learning.
2) Applying novel experimental approaches and non-invasive brain stimulation to enhance movement performance and learning.
3) Addressing the adverse effects of aging and stroke on movement control and motor learning.