Human Sensory Motor Neuroplasticity and Motor Learning
The goal of my research is to understand how the brain controls
voluntary movement, and how neuroplasticity in sensory and motor brain
areas supports motor skill learning. Empirical studies using
neurophysiological techniques such as fMRI, TMS, EEG, EMG and
behavioural approaches using robotic devices to create artificial
mechanical environments, are combined with theoretical studies using
computational models and computer simulations to test hypotheses about
motor control, neuroplasticity and motor learning.
For a description of some of the research projects underway in the
lab, see the Research page.
full list of publications see the Publications page.
My lab is located in The Brain and Mind Institute at Western University in London, Ontario, Canada.
Natural Sciences Centre
Rm 228 (Office) & 245G (Lab)
Western University [ map ]
Lab: 519.661.2111 x86185
Office: 519.661.2111 x82237
paul [at] gribblelab [dot] org
Professor Paul Gribble
The Brain and Mind Institute
The Natural Sciences Centre, Room 120
Department of Psychology
London, Ontario N6A 5B7