Motor Neuroscience and Neuroimaging Research Laboratory

The Motor Neuroscience and Neuroimaging Laboratory is dedicated to advancing our understanding of the neural mechanisms underlying movement, both in health and disease. Employing a range of non-invasive functional and structural brain imaging techniques alongside thorough behavioral assessments, our research focuses on unraveling the complexities of motor impairment in movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease (PD). Through our studies, we aim to uncover insights that can guide the development of specific interventions, with the ultimate goal of improving motor function and enhancing the overall quality of life for people affected by PD and other neurological disorders.

Director: Roxana G. Burciu