Computational and Biological Learning Lab
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In a nutshell: I research the computational processes that underlie motor learning in humans, and try to understand how the representations of motor memories impact learning and enable skilled voluntary movement. I am also interested in artificial learning systems.
I am supported by a Cambridge-Rutherford Memorial Scholarship, administered by the Royal Society of New Zealand. I am also a current Benefactor's Scholar of St John's College, Cambridge.
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Associated News Items
Sheahan HR, Franklin DW, Wolpert DM (2016), “Motor planning, not execution, separates motor memories” Neuron 92(4): 773-779