Gunnar Blohm, Ph.D
- Assistant Professor
- Telephone: 613-533-3385
- E-Mail: email@example.com
Faculty BioComputational modeling and experimentation in sensorimotor control
My research interests lie in the 3D properties of sensorimotor control and their role in the interaction of different motor systems. In other words, how do we experience 3D space and what computations does the brain perform to purposefully act upon our environment? I focus on three subtopics: eye-hand coordination, saccade/ smooth pursuit eye movements and the construction of 3D models of space for perception and action. I use computational modeling techniques, behavioral experiments, as well as brain imaging, brain stimulation and studies of patients.
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Last Modified: 2014-04-08