The overall aims of our division are:
- To become a center of excellence in cognitive and motor research.
- To develop innovative cognitive and motor assessments, phenotyping, and interventions across the human lifespan.
- To develop translational research projects linking motor and cognitive pathways.
- To establish clinical, basic science, and imaging research collaborations within and without the institution.
- To train students, residents, fellows, and junior faculty.
- To provide Neurogeriatric, Cognitive, and Fall assessment clinics.
- To investigate global issues and trends in disability and dementia among older adults.