Dr. Blustein is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology and the Neuroscience Program, and the director of the Computational and Applied Neuroscience (CAN) Lab. His interdisciplinary research program uses computational and experimental tools to study how people plan and make movements. The CAN Lab’s ultimate goal is to improve patient outcomes by developing neuroprosthetic technologies and neurorehabilitation techniques. Dr. Blustein also works to use film and other media to communicate science to the general public, and to provide STEM educational experiences to historically underserved groups.
Visit the CAN Lab web page to learn more.
Ph.D. Northeastern University
B.A. Kalamazoo College