Our research focuses on understanding the underlying mechanisms of human movement control and harnessing these mechanisms to promote motor recovery after neurological injuries such as stroke.
We use clinical, behavioral and neurophysiological approaches to examine brain-behavioral relationship. Dr. Goh leads the Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) research in the Neurophysiology Lab. Her group uses TMS to probe the neuroplastic changes associated with brain injury and rehabilitation. The group also uses TMS to modulate cortical excitability to augment the behavioral training effects.
We recently incorporate neuroimaging techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging and functional near infrared spectroscopy to advance our understanding of brain-behavioral relationship.