Scientists at the University of Tübingen study the differential distribution of photoreceptors in the retina of mice
Body movements are impaired in a variety of neurological diseases. At the same time, their perception and control is an important function of higher-level cognition. Our research group investigates the neural basis of the perception and execution of complex full-body movements and impairments of these functions in neurological diseases.
Our research relies fundamentally on computational methods for the modeling and quantitative analysis of complex movements and physiologically inspired neural models. We closely collaborate with experimentalists and clinical researchers in the Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research and the Center for Neurology. In addition, our group develops technical methods for movement analysis and representation for technical applications in the domains of biomedical engineering and computer graphics.
Werner Reichardt Centre for Integrative Neuroscience
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