Spinal Circuits for the Control of Dextrous Movement

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U19 Project "Spinal Circuits for the Control of Dexterous Movement", Modelers: David Golomb and Tatyana Sharpee; PI: Martyn Goulding, Salk Institute. Our group models how cervical spinal cord circuits control rhythmic movements, e.g. locomotion, and a wide diversity of non-rhythmic behaviors. 

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Link to Data/Model Reuse abstract, [Link] 



2021 Brain PI Meeting


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