Where Research, Technology and Education meet.

The Motor Control Laboratory (MCLab) is housed at The School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences at the Skaggs Building (Room #21)

The MCLab is commited to serve as a centralized research facility in which faculty and students can conduct basic science and translational research pertaining to human motor control, neuroscience, biomechanics and rehabilitation science. Since 1990, the MCLab has involved undergraduate and graduate students, provided local community services, provided opportunities to minority demographics to engage in a scientific career.

The MCLab is committed to its involvement in national and international collaborations.

The MCLab is also committed to providing educational experiences in a research facility. The laboratory has provided for women and Native Americans to initiate their career in science. Its Directors have consistently worked towards the dissemination of the scientific method among graduates and undergraduate students by including them in research projects.