Computational Neuro-Rehabilitation Laboratory

  • In the Computational Neuro-Rehabilitation Laboratory, we aim at understanding and enhancing motor learning, especially after stroke.

    Specifically, our research focuses on two main topics:

    1. Computational models of motor learning and neural plasticity in healthy and lesioned brains

    2. Optimization of learning via adaptive practice schedules in healthy and stroke subjects

  • Faculty and Staff Spotlight
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    Nicolas Schweighofer's primary appointment is Associate Professor in the Department of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy. He also holds joint secondary appointments in Computer Science, Biomedical Engineering, and the Neuroscience Graduate Program.