Keith Lohse, PhD

Assistant Professor,


Research Statement:

My research focuses on how the nervous system learns to perform motor actions, especially in the presence of neurological disease or injury. Long-term, I want to improve our understanding of the mechanisms underlying therapeutic interventions, to ultimately create more efficient, individualized rehabilitation approaches and improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities.

I specialize in longitudinal data analysis in neurorehabilitation. These data might be neural time-series data in EEG or clinical longitudinal data from electronic medical records. I conduct basic and applied studies to explore the neural changes that accompany motor learning and rehabilitation.

For more details, please visit the Neurorehabilitation Informatics Lab!