We attended the Southern Ontario Motor Behavior Symposium (SOMBS)!
This year, SOMBS was held online. Lab members Claudia Turco (PhD Candidate), Stephen Toepp (PhD Student), Stevie Foglia (PhD Student), and Patrick Dans (MSc Candidate) presented their recent research.
Patrick presented his project "The effects of rhythmic and random waveform tracking on the hemodynamic response function"
Claudia presented her project "Cutaneous modulation of sensorimotor organization"
Stephen presented his project "Applying TMS and HD-EMG to the simultaneous study of cortical and muscle biopotentials"
Stevie presented his project "The effects of mental imagery practice and feedback on the reliability and accuracy of EEG-BMI detected MRCP’s"