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SPATIAL-MOTOR ENCODING

SENSORY-MOTOR ALIGNMENT

CONNECTOMICS

CIRCUIT DEVELOPMENT

GENETICS OF MOTOR CIRCUITS

MOTOR DYSFUNCTION

THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF GOAL-ORIENTED MOVEMENTS

We study the organization and function of neural circuits controlling movement in mice. Our aim is to define the neural circuits responsible for generating automatic and goal-oriented movements and delineate the underlying sensory-motor integration processes that link perception to action. We investigate four key aspects of the motor control problem: