The Behavioral Imaging and Neural Dynamics Center is committed to enhance the understanding of the processes and mechanisms that underlie the development, maintenance and improvement of human motor behavior and performance. This commitment is achieved through original research that combines the Sciences and the Humanities perspectives.
In the framework of the current theories of human movement science, we address questions regarding perception, cognition and action, and how brain and behavior interact and develop, from the prenatal to the elderly ages. We use a multimodal and multidisciplinary approach to uncover how neural dynamics sustain motor behavior and how behavior can modulate the activity of large scale brain networks.
The ANDREA Project started!
The ANDREA Project, coordinated by the Director of the BIND Center Prof. Silvia Comani has a 4 years duration and is funded under the Marie Curie action PEOPLE, dedicated to promote industry-academia collaborations and research mobility (FP7-PEOPLE-2013-IAPP).
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