Semyon M. Slobounov, Ph.D.
Sam Slobounov's research is focused on the neural basis of human movements with special emphasis on rehabilitation medicine, psychology and neurophysiology, including traumatic brain injuries.
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA 16802
Ph.D., 1978, Psychology, University of Leningrad
B.S. (Hon), 1973, Sport & Exercise Science, Medicine & Athletic Training, Azerbaidjan State Institute
- Clinical Neurophysiology
- Sports-related concussion
- Psychology of Athletic Injuries
- Application of Virtual Reality for Medical Rehabilitation
- Neural bases postural control
- EEG correlates of cognitive functions
- Functional MRI in assessment of concussion
Basic brain science research with specific focus on neural substrates of human movement both in normal and pathological populations. Clinical research focused on sports-related traumatic brain injuries using advanced Virtual Reality and brain Imaging (fMRI, EEG) tools.