Conceiving theoretical models to explain the causal link between (dysfunctional) neural activity and (distorted) behavioral phenotypes is the main goal of SeMoLa (“flour” in Italian). As flour is one of the most basic ingredients for worldwide recipes, SeMoLa aims at constituting a simple, but solid, knowledge reference to be exploited by the scientific community. The main focus of SeMoLa is the ability to organize sensory input and motor output, which is crucial to efficiently interact with the environment.
SeMoLa’s main interests are:
- validation of theoretical models of sensory-motor integration
- patophysiological mechanisms of sensory-motor diseases
- rehabilitation-induced neural plasticity
- neuro-cognitive strengthening
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