Multisensory Systems Neuroscience laboratory joelab.com
This list of research mentors have directly influenced my ways of thinking how the brain begins to solve the sensory to motor transformation
G. Keith Humphrey, Salvatore Aglioti, Doug Crawford, Stefan Everling, Melvyn Goodale, Tutis Vilis
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My specific research interests lie within the realms of converting multisensory signals of vision, audition and touch into motor movements of the eyes, hand & body and how these mechanisms are modulated by various mechanisms of short and long term cognitive control, attention and suppression. I use a cognitive and systems neuroscience approaches using the technologies of functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI), magnetoencephalography (MEG), eyetracking and electrophysiology..