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WHO WE ARE
The Center for Clinical Movement Science is an interdisciplinary organization at the University of Minnesota focusing on problems affecting the human motor system. Its faculty offer perspectives from the fields of engineering, kinesiology, the neurological, rehabilitation and clinical sciences. Their research provides a better understanding of the underlying disease processes that lead to movement impairments. Its products are new knowledge, procedures, therapies and devices that will aid and enhance the care and treatment of age-related changes and diseases affecting human movement.
2013 CCMS Research Day Images
Please follow the link containing the images taken from the 3rd CCMS Research Day:
Invitation to the Next Rehabilitation Science Seminar
The next Rehabilitation Science seminar will take place Friday, June 7, 2013. Dr. James W. Stinear, Academic Director of Exercise and Neurorehabilitation Programmes, University of Auckland, New Zealand, will present the following talk: “Walk with Me on My Research Pathway – Transforming Neurorehabilitation of Walking following Stroke”.
Please here for details, including directions to the room location.
Invitation to Sensorimotor Journal Club Meetings
Sensorimotor journal club meeting will be on every other Tuesdays, about 3:15pm to 4:00pm at Cooke Hall 400 from Fall 2012. One article is selected based on members' suggestions before the meeting. All are welcome!