Center for Movement Science and Technology

C-MOST - Integration of the neural, biomechanical, cognitive, and clinical sciences for the study of action

The major goals of C-MOST is to prepare new generations of highly qualified scientists, and facilitate cutting-edge research focused on understanding human motor control and coordination, deficits in motor function, and recovery of function in patients with neurological and orthopedic impairment. The Center for Movement Science and Technology (CMOST) is focused on facilitating interdisciplinary and translational research across the disciplines that address movement science and clinical motor disorders and conditions. We are particularly interested in facilitating bidirectional translation, involving exploiting clinical conditions to understand basic motor control and coordination processes, and exploiting basic science to inform clinical understanding and help to design clinical interventions.