The aim of this symposium is to provide an overview of current state of research in the field of human motor control and celebrate the career and scientific contributions of Dr. Mark Hallett.
The agenda includes talks by leading educators and researchers in the fields of motor control and movement disorders, as well as in volition and free will. Speakers will also be discussing the wide reach and impact of movement disorders research stemming from work done at the Human Motor Control Section of the NIH over the past four decades.
Registration is now open.
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