Terry Sanger

Terence Sanger, MD PhD, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Biokinesiology, and Child Neurology. Dr. Sanger is an Electrical Engineer and Child Neurologist specializing in movement disorders of children. His NIH funded research includes work on understanding motor learning in children, work on the use of kinematic measurements of children to design assistive communication interfaces, and multiscale modeling of large-scale neural systems for control, with particular application to understanding the development of spasticity and dystonia. He is the director of the Child Movement Disorders Clinic at Children's Hospital of Los Angeles. His laboratory has made important recent discoveries on the role of long-latency stretch reflexes in the genesis of childhood secondary dystonia

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