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.
- Kinesiology - KINES
- Graduate Faculty
- Ph.D., 1994, Kinesiology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Ph.D., 1978, Psychology, University of Leningrad
- B.S. (Hon), 1973, Sport & Exercise Science, Medicine & Athletic Training, Azerbaidjan State Institute
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA 16802
- 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.