Minoru Shinohara

Associate Professor; School of Biological Sciences

Physiological and biomechanical mechanisms underlying fine motor skills and their adjustments and adaptations to heightened sympathetic nerve activity, aging or inactivity, space flight or microgravity, neuromuscular fatigue, divided attention, and practice in humans. He uses state-of-the-art techniques in neuroscience, physiology, and biomechanics (e.g., TMS, EEG, fMRI, single motor unit recordings, microneurography, mechanomyography, ultrasound elastography, and exoskeleton robot) in identifying these mechanisms.



Office Location:
555 14th St | Suite 1309C

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  • Human Neuromuscular Physiology Lab

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    Georgia Institute of Technology

    College of Sciences
    School of Biological Sciences
    Research Focus Areas:
  • Human Augmentation
  • Neuroscience
  • Systems Biology
  • Additional Research:

    Neuromuscular Physiology

    Research Affiliations: Center for Medical Robotics, Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines, Center for Neural Engineering

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