Our laboratory performs basic and applied research that spans multiple broad, interconnected project areas. We explore questions in fundamental science, in fields including biomechanics, neuroscience, fluid mechanics, and evolution. We ask questions such as: how can just a few neurons close the loop between sensing and action? How might such circuits contribute to perception and behavior?

More information on different project areas will be posted on this page soon. For the time being, we provide a link to our open-source software to aid researchers who study sensorimotor control and clinicians who use rodent models to better understand facial nerve injury or trigeminal dysfunction.