Carolee Winstein directs the Motor Behavior and Neurorehabilitation Laboratory.
Dr. Winstein runs an interdisciplinary research program focused on understanding control, rehabilitation and recovery of goal-directed movements that emerge from a dynamic brain-behavior system in brain-damaged conditions.
Our research team (faculty, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows) have contributed to science in three major areas:
- Neuroimaging and rehabilitation
- Clinical trials and basic mechanisms of action in rehabilitation
- Rehabilitation engineering research
To learn more about the research projects/questions, funding and collaborators including students in each area, read more.