SEPCORPS Model

This project will build the first corticospinal computer model that can capture both cortical and spinal level motor contributions modified by neuromodulation (tDCS and TMS).

SEPCORPS Model: Separating Cortical and Spinal-level Motor Control Responses Using Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation and Transcutaneous Electrical Stimulation

Lead Principal Investigator: Filip Stefanovic, PhD, department of biomedical engineering 

Co-Principal Investigators: Ghazala Saleem, EdD, MS, OTR/L, and Sue Ann Sisto, PT, MA, PhD

Funding Agency: National Science Foundation

Awarded: January 2022

Abstract: The long-term objective of this project is to develop a corticospinal model that integrates sensory information for volitional movement tasks that can capture the cortical and spinal-level contributions in motor control.