About this Research Topic
In this Research Topic, we encourage researchers to highlight the state of the art research and the main challenges the field of motor neuroscience is facing. We also welcome contributions that look into the future and define the directions that the field will take in the coming years. What have been the key discoveries so far? What are the most pressing matters that need to be addressed? Where is research going to take us in the coming years? This collection will serve as the basis to showcase state-of-the-art research at the end of the second decade of the XXI century and define the progress that needs to be made in the next decade.
• Mechanisms of spinal and corticospinal nerve damage regeneration
• Spinal and corticospinal, molecular, cellular, and circuit-level mechanisms of motor function control.
• Spinal and corticospinal, molecular, cellular, and circuit-level mechanisms of physiological functions.
• Computational models and theories regarding spinal and corticospinal circuits to physiological functions
• The effects of motor function rehabilitation techniques on the spinal and corticospinal tracts.
Keywords: spinal, corticospinal, rehabilitation, motor neuroscience, motor
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