Stephen H. Scott, Ph.D

Stephen H. Scott
  • Professor
  • Centre For Neuroscience Studies, Botterell Hall Room 219
  • Kingston
  • K7L3N6
  • Telephone: (613) 533-2855
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Faculty Bio

My research focuses on how different regions of the brain are involved in motor control and learning. I have developed a robotic device called KINARM that can both sense and perturb planar arm movements. One of my research labs examines neural activity in different brain regions of non-human primates during motor behavior. A second lab explores human motor performance and learning. A third lab located at St. Mary's of the Lake Hospital is used to quantify sensorimotor impairments in stroke and other neurological disorders.

Last Modified: 2014-04-16