The behaviors I study include walking and the postural control of standing in humans and swimming in lampreys. My emphasis is on system-level models that illuminate key aspects of neural control and the use of empirical data to develop and test such models.
Ph.D., Cornell University, Applied Mathematics, May 1990
Thesis title: Three Problems from the Mathematics of Neural Oscillations Thesis adviser: Philip J. Holmes
M.S., Cornell University, Applied Mathematics, January 1988 B.Math., University of Minnesota, Mathematics, August 1984
- Neural control of movement