Dates en topics GLMS 2018-2019
Four (or more) times a year the department of Human Movement Sciences (UMCG/UG) organizes the ‘Groningen Lectures in Movement Sciences’ (GLMS). In this series, outstanding researchers from the Netherlands and abroad present a lecture on a human movement sciences topic. The speakers will present in English and the lectures are open to attend for everybody interested.
Dates for the new academic year 2018-2019 are:
|7 November 2018||3.00-4.00 PM||Keuningzaal||Prof. Mark S. Nash, Professor of Neurological Surgery and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Miami, School of Medicine, USA.||Cardioendocrine Disease after SCI: Guideline Lifestyle, Non-Lifestyle, and Heuristic Interventions||Abstract|
|20 November 2018||12.00-1.00 PM||Boeringzaal||Ruud van der Weel, PhD., Msc., Bsc. Professor of Cognitive Psychology Department of Psychology, Developmental Neuroscience Laboratory, Norwegian University of Science & Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim.||Only Three Fingers Write, but the Whole Brain Works: A High-Density EEG Study Showing Advantages of Drawing over Typing for Learning||Abstract|
|17 January 2019||3.00-4.00 PM||Keuningzaal||
Prof.Dr. Mai Chin A Paw. Dept. of Public and Occupational Health, Amsterdam Public Health Research Institute.
|Confusion, contradiction, consternation – Promoting physical activity or reducing sedentary behavior for child health.||Abstract|
|7 March 2019||10.00-11.00 AM||Keuningzaal||Prof. Dr. Stephan Swinnen, Motor Control Laboratory, KU Leuven||
Age-related differences in brain function and connectivity in relation to motor behavior
|16 April 2019||4.00-5.00 PM||Keuningzaal||Prof. Vickey Tolfrey, Professor in Applied Disability Sport, Loughborough University, UK.||Sharing best practice between spinal cord injury rehabilitation specialists and applied sports scientists supporting the Paralympic athlete.||Abstract|
|27 june 2019||3.00-4.00 PM||Keuningzaal||
Dr. Renato de Moraes. Laboratory of Biomechanics and Motor control. School of Physical Education and Sport of Ribeirao Preta. University of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
|Control of adaptive locomotion in older adults||Abstract|
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