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Research Expertise: 
Force coordination through object manipulation | Neuromuscular quickness | Effects of exercise on the cognitive and motor functions in clinical populations

My research interests include the assessment of hand function and neuromuscular quickness through object manipulation in healthy and neurological populations. I am developing a non-invasive measurement technique that quantifies both neuromuscular quickness and force coordination simultaneously. I also am interested in the effects of high speed, low resistance exercise on different aspects of cognitive and motor functions in neurological populations including people with schizophrenia and multiple sclerosis.

Honors and Awards:
Young investigator award, European College of Sports Science
Graduate fellow competitive award, University of Delaware

Member of:
Society for Neuroscience (
Gerontological Society of America (
European College of Sports Science (

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy, doctorate, University of Delaware


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