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Training

Our team has developed one of the most comprehensive collections of cutting-edge balance measurement tools and techniques.

Few other research groups have the capacity and expertise to study balance from the single-motor unit and primary sensory afferent level, all the way to whole-body postural responses, and measure all aspects of human balance control. This provides a unique opportunity to develop various training programs designed to exemplify a ground level approach to introduce the leaders of tomorrow to multidisciplinary methods to balance research and contribute to reducing critical societal problems. 

Interested in joining a lab? Check out our Researchers page for more information on each cluster member's study interests and reach out to them directly using the contact information provided.