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Matthieu Boisgontier

  • PhD, PT
  • Post Doc
  • KU Leuven
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Research interests

Bimanual CoordinationPostureProprioceptionAgingMotor Control

About

My main research focuses on the control of movement with an emphasis on aging, proprioception, balance, and bimanual coordination.

Co-authors (87)

  • Marcelo SILVA
  • Usman Abba Ahmed
  • Meaghan Spedden
  • Boris Cheval
  • Stephan Swinnen

Publications (5)

  • Cerebellar gray matter explains bimanual coordination performance in children and older adults

    • Boisgontier M
    • Cheval B
    • van Ruitenbeek P
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  • Different neural substrates for precision stepping and fast online step adjustments in youth

    • Corporaal S
    • Bruijn S
    • Hoogkamer W
    • et al.
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  • Effects of wrist tendon vibration and eye movements on manual aiming

    • Lavrysen A
    • Levin O
    • Boisgontier M
    • et al.
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  • White matter microstructural organisation of interhemispheric pathways predicts different stages of bimanual coordination learning in young and older adults

    • Zivari Adab H
    • Chalavi S
    • Beets I
    • et al.
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  • Relative cortico-subcortical shift in brain activity but preserved training-induced neural modulation in older adults during bimanual motor learning

    • Santos Monteiro T
    • Beets I
    • Boisgontier M
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Post Doc

KU Leuven

January 2012 - Present