Neural interfaces with the central nervous system to study movement

Research line

This line aims to develop new techniques to study the human motor nervous system in health and disease.

Specific research lines:

  1. Design of new diagnostic and therapeutic solutions movement disorders or other neural conditions affecting motor function
  2. Computational neural models to study brain-muscle interactions
  3. Closed-loop brain- and spinal-cord stimulation platforms
  4. Neural signal processing to study neural connectivity and coding during voluntary movements
  5. Human-motor augmentation through peripheral neural interfaces
  6. Human-machine interfaces
  7. Blind-source separation-based techniques to extract neural information noninvasively from humans
  8. Design and validation of plasticity induction paradigms

Investigator in charge

Jaime Ibáñez Pereda

Call: +34 876 555473



  • High-density electromyography
  • Transcranial magnetic stimulation
  • Transcutaneous spinal cord stimulation
  • High-density electromyography
  • Brain-Computer Interfaces
  • Peripheral nerve stimulation
  • Eyetracking

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