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  • Malcolm Burrows Professor Malcolm Burrows
    I work on the properties of neurons and the circuits they form to understand how they control behaviour. 1. Motor control. How do nonspiking local interneurons organise motor neurons to generate limb movements? How do spiking interneurons proce...
  • Dr James Ingram
    My research focuses on understanding the sensorimotor control of the arm and hand in humans. I am especially interested in object manipulation and tool use. Object manipulation and tool use is an essential feature of human behaviour. It represents...
  • Marco Tripodi Marco Tripodi
    One of the major tasks that the nervous system faces is that of linking perception to action. We perceive the world around us through our senses and we use this information to select the most appropriate set of actions. My lab studies the organiza...
  • Noham Wolpe
    I am currently a junior doctor and a visiting fellow at Professor James Rowe's laboratory. My research interests lie in understanding the changes in the motor system that occur across the lifespan and in cases of disease. I use behavioural tasks...
  • Daniel Wolpert Professor Daniel Wolpert FMedSci FRS
    The group uses engineering approaches to understand how the human brain controls movement. The work includes both computational modelling and experimental approaches using robotic and virtual reality interfaces. Research areas include motor planni...
  • Scott Cheng-Hsin Yang Scott Cheng-Hsin Yang
    I study Bayesian active sensing in sensorimotor control. Up until now the field has focused primarily on visual search tasks. I aim to go beyond the conventional and explore active sensing in more complex scenarios both experimentally and theore...

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