Assistant Professor (on Sabbatical 2017-2018)
Oechsle 309A
(610) 330-5934

Degrees

  • Ph.D, Rutgers

Research interests: sensorimotor control in humans, particularly the control of grasping behavior; the detailed analysis of behavior through movement tracking techniques in healthy and patient populations as a means to infer the neural bases of complex motor control; the effects of object shape and center of mass on the determination of finger position and timing as well as eye movements during prehension

Recent Research