Keith McGregor is a CDA-2 recipient currently investigating the effects of physical activity on neural correlates of aging. His current project uses TMS, fMRI and DTI to investigate potential changes in neural function as a result of the regular engagement in cardiovascular training.
Keith received a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Psychology with a Biological Psychology concentration from the College of the Holy Cross in 1997. After collegiate graduation, he worked as a systems administrator for the Bernard Hodes Group and Monster.com before re-entering academia and joining the BIRC Lab in 2003.
Keith graduated from the University of Florida with a PhD in Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience in 2010. He is interested in motor control and aging.
Keith was recently awarded a 5-year CDA2 grant from the VA Rehabilitation Research and Development Service to study the effects of an exercise intervention on upper extremity control.
Aging; Motor control; Exercise; Interhemispheric Inhibition; fMRI; TMS; DTI
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