Learning to master the steps: How does gait change over different time scales and at what cost?
Activity: Examination › Supervision of PhD students › Academic
Claudine Lamoth - Supervisor
Lucas Woude, van der - Supervisor
Rob Otter, den - Co-supervisor
In the present program, we will study gait adaptation of healthy subjects, and simultaneously assess the biomechanical, coordinative, and metabolic aspects of locomotor learning on a split-belt treadmill. By studying adaptations in healthy humans we gain knowledge of the processes underlying and controlling (loco-)motor (re-)learning. The findings of this project will inspire further research on gait rehabilitation in elderly or patient groups.