Since my foray into neurosciences, I have been fascinated with neurobiological motor control. Motor acts are the ultimate way that control how we act in the world and express our cognitive, perceptual and reflexive neural processes' outcomes. During my PhD, I focused on spinal control of movement and, during my postdoc, ventured into the cortical basis of skill learning."
The Gulati Laboratory research interests are in motor-systems neuroscience, especially in how motor control and motor learning are enacted by motor networks in intact and injured states. The Gulati Lab is using electrophysiology tools in rodents and humans to study these processes at the single neuronal and network level.
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Fleischer P, Abbasi A, Fealy AW, Danielsen ND, Sandhu R, Raj PR, Gulati T.
eNeuro. 2023 Feb 21;10(2):ENEURO.0011-23.2023.
Abbasi A, Danielsen NP, Leung J, Muhammad AKMG, Patel S, Gulati T.
J Neuroeng Rehabil. 2021 May 26;18(1):89.
Kim J, Gulati T, Ganguly K.
Cell. 2019 Oct 3;179(2):514-526.
Ramanathan DS*, Guo L*, Gulati T*, Davidson G, Hishinuma A, Won SJ, Knight RT, Chang EF, Swanson RA, Ganguly K. (*equally contributing authors)
Nat Med. 2018 Aug;24(8):1257-1267.