Research projects in this lab based on understanding biological mechanism of voluntary movement and evaluation of disorders caused by motor control in various diseases. Research in this lab based on motor control by the central nervous system of the behavioral and physiological responses. In this laboratory, mathematical models, physiological and behavioral techniques used to assess motor function and motor learning characteristics. The main goal of research in this lab is mutual understanding sensory and motor function and assessment the effect of adaptation and motor learning on motor function of limbs and sense. So on, focus on motor coordination at different stages of life and patient's condition. In this lab, clinical and theoretical approaches mixed to increase the human knowledge in sensory-motor mechanism and provide basic concepts in rehabilitation of disorders. Researchers in this lab try to identify the secrets of human movement and applied complex techniques to explore the structure and function of complex circuits in the brain and spinal cord, which control movement.
This lab with an area of approximately 20 square meters, with a force plate 9090 MIE model and full equipments and with three video cameras and special image analysis software to perform desired research. This lab established in 1997 based on  university policies.