The Motor Coordination Lab is designed to study neurophysiological and biomechanical factors in the control and coordination of human motor skill performance. The laboratory is equipped with a variety of computer data collection and analysis systems for assessing dynamic aspects of neuromuscular function. Kinematic, dynamic, and electromyographical data are routinely assessed. Recent research projects have focused on relationships between neurophysiological and mechanical factors in performing fine motor skills, including effects of practice, aging, and neurological dysfunction from disease or injury. Current efforts involve examining neural activity patterns related to finger force and motion production and the effects of concussion or other mild traumatic brain injury. The lab includes space for data collection, data analysis, and equipment repair and fabrication.