We conduct basic and applied research in vision science.  We use interdisciplinary approaches drawing from psychophysics, neuroscience, computer science, and engineering to examine the perception and control of self-motion, the integration of perception with motor control, and eye-hand coordination in humans.

We have three testing labs: (1) Virtual Reality Perception and Action Lab at NYUSH that studies human perception and control of self-motion and eye-hand coordination; (2) Brain-imaging Lab at NYU-ECNU joint research institute that examines the related underlying neural mechanisms; and (3) Neuropsychology Lab at Shanghai Ruijin Hospital that studies visuomotor and locomotion control in patients with neurodegenerative motor deficits such as Parkinson’s Disease.