What we're about

Our goal is to connect cutting-edge neuroscience to the everyday.  

In creating entertaining and educational content, we hope to expand the reach of motor neuroscience research, and to stimulate accessible, inclusive discussion around the ever-fascinating black-box that is the human brain. 

Whether you're a fitness fanatic, a sports buff, or (like us) a nerd, we hope the connections we make between the brain, movement, and the greater world we live in will be enjoyable and enlightening. 

… to move things is all mankind can do... whether in whispering a syllable, or in felling a forest.
— Sir Charles Scott Sherrington (1926, 1932 Nobel Prize Winner)

Who we are

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Tony Ingram is a licensed Physiotherapist with a MSc in Kinesiology and is currently pursuing a PhD in Neuroscience at Dalhousie University, working out of the Lab for Brain Recovery and Function

His current research aims to facilitate the learning of complex movement skills by understanding and manipulating brain function. He's also a dancer — you might see him on this site...

Christopher Lee Friesen is a PhD Candidate in Neuroscience at Dalhousie University, working out of the Lab for Brain Recovery and Function

He is currently designing and creating neurofeedback systems to help enhance rehabilitation of arm movement in stroke, obsessed with interactive digital system (video game) design, and an avid runner.