Our own Thomas Pearce has been published in the journal Science. His paper titled 'Strategy-dependent encoding of planned arm movements in dorsal premotor cortex' is currently available for viewing online. Congratulations Thomas! Read the paper...

See Thomas Pearce and Dan Moran featured in NPR's 'All Things Considered'. The story by Jon Hamilton titled "How You Move Your Arm Says Something About Who You Are" discusses the work presented in Thomas' and Dr. Moran's recently published Science paper. Read the story....

Read a Science News article discussing how the linking of brain and computer may soon lead to practical prosthetics for daily life, as well as, featuring the work of the Moran lab and the ECoG approach to brain-computer interface. Read the story....

Washington University has a wide range of researchers who are leaders in their field. The Moran Lab at Washington University in St. Louis leads research projects in the areas of Brain-Computer Interfacing (BCI), Musculoskeletal Modeling, Sciatic Nerve Stimulation, and Neurophysiology. A collaborative environment allows us to work with experts in a variety of disciplines within the Washington University School of Medicine, School of Engineering, Barnes-Jewish Hospital, and other affiliates of Washington University.