The Infant Neuromotor Control Laboratory (INCLab) studies the development of neural control of movement during infancy and evaluates interventions for neural and functional development in infants with or at risk for developmental disabilities. Current projects are focused on understanding the relationship between movement experience, movement outcomes and underlying neural control. We are using wearable sensors (small, lightweight, synchronized accelerometers/gyroscopes) to analyze infant movement experience and movement outcomes through full-day, in-home monitoring. We are using a 32-channel electroencephalography system and infant headcaps to analyze infant brain activity data related to the neural control of movement. Finally, we use head-mounted eye-tracking to measure infant visual gaze. Research in the INCLab is supported by the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, and the SC-CTSI. Previous projects were supported by the Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy of the American Physical Therapy Association, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the CAL-PT FUND, and the Foundation for Physical Therapy Research. The lab is directed by Dr. Beth A. Smith, PT, DPT, PhD.