Our mission is to provide a new understanding of the dynamical aspects of human movement via multidisciplinary approaches. In particular, we aim to achieve the following specific objectives:
1. Quantitatively characterize the complex behavior in healthy and abnormal movement patterns via innovative analyses.
2. Educate and train students, clinicians, and basic scientists so that they may apply concepts of human movement variability in their careers as educators and researchers.
3. Improve our understanding of basic healthy and abnormal movement patterns using an interdisciplinary approach in clinically oriented research.
4. Develop new diagnostic & prognostic tests and related biotechnology for a variety of movement disorders and aging.
5. Provide biomechanically related services to interested parties as well as to University and community partners.
6. Participate in community outreach activities that involve biomechanically related educational opportunities.
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