CLS and KIP Presentation
The Departments of Cognitive and Learning Sciences and Kinesiology and Integrative Physiology will host Alissa Fourkas on Tuesday, April 2, from 2:05 to 2:55 p.m., in Rekhi G05. Fourkas will provide a Research Presentation, “Neuroplasticity in the Motor System: Building a Bridge from Basic Science to the Clinic.” Fourkas, who earned her PhD in Health and Exercise Sciences from the University of Wales at Bangor, United Kingdom, is currently a researcher at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke and serves as an adjunct faculty at Marymount University. Fourkas’ primary research interest is to study the neural mechanisms underlying motor imagery and action execution in an effort to develop useable and effective motor imagery paradigms to enhance motor learning and control in healthy and injured persons.
For more information, contact Associate Professor Susan Amato-Henderson at email@example.com.
From Tech Today.