Adaptive control of reaching movement in children
Bone & Muscle,
Dan M. Cooper, MD
General Clinical Research Center (Bldg. 25, 2nd floor), UC Irvine Medical Center, 101 The City Drive South, Orange CA 92868
The information gathered from this study will be used to better understand how the brain and muscles work together during the developmental period. This knowledge will be used to improve the safety of sports activities for children as well as to provide better programs of exercise and physical activity for children with chronic disease or disability.
Healthy children and adolescent males and females (age 4-18).
One visit lasting approximately one and one-half hours.
There will be no direct benefit to the participants from participation in the study.
Andria Pontello, Co-Investigator/Project Coordinator, Department of Pediatrics