Welcome Ian

Welcome Ian

Ian Sotnek joined the CoBaL lab as a PhD student this summer after completing his Ms in Exercise Science at Merrimack College. During his master’s studies, he examined the dose-response relationship between strength and balance specific training for...
Welcome David Grenet, new CoBaL post-doc

Welcome David Grenet, new CoBaL post-doc

David joined us in Delaware after completing his PhD at UNSW Sydney. Coming from a background in engineering, he developed an interest in sensory physiology which led to his doctoral work on sensory contributions to spatial orientation. David is excited about applying...
Welcome Mariana

Welcome Mariana

Mariana is an International PhD student in Health Science with funding from the Brazilian Government (CAPES). She received her BS and MS in Kinesiology from Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). Her main research interests are in the field of motor control....
Welcome Jaclyn Caccese new CoBaL post doc

Welcome Jaclyn Caccese new CoBaL post doc

Jaclyn Caccese joins the CoBaL lab as a post doctoral fellow this month. Jaclyn completed her PhD in Biomechanics and Movement Science at the University of Delaware, where she studied head impact biomechanics for, and is now focusing on how mild head impact affects...
Mechanisms of Balance Control during Locomotion

Mechanisms of Balance Control during Locomotion

Funding: National Science Foundation, German Research Foundation Description. Maintaining balance during locomotion is a complex task with requirements and constraints that change during the gait cycle. To understand the control actions employed by the central nervous...
CoBal Team!   6 Publications in 6 Months

CoBal Team! 6 Publications in 6 Months

Congratulations to our hardworking team!  6 publications in 6 months… Article: A central processing sensory deficit with Parkinson’s disease Sungjae Hwang · Peter Agada · Stephen Grill · Tim Kiemel · John J. Jeka Apr 2016 · Experimental Brain Research  ...
Dr. Sung-Jae Hwang receives Shriners 2 year postdoc fellowship!

Dr. Sung-Jae Hwang receives Shriners 2 year postdoc fellowship!

Congratulations to CoBal Post Doc Dr. Sung-Jae Hwang for receiving a two-year postdoctoral fellowship from the Shriners Foundation to investigate how children with cerebral palsy (CP) process sensory information for the control of balance during walking. Mobility is a...