Associate Professor, Movement Science
Member, Rehabilitation Robotics Group
Associate Professor, Psychology
Associate Professor, Neuroscience Graduate Program
Research Assistant Professor, Institute of Gerontology
Dr. Seidler completed her undergraduate training in Exercise Science (major) and Biology (minor) at the University of Oregon. She received a master's degree in biomechanics with Phil Martin and a doctoral degree in motor control with George Stelmach at Arizona State University. She then did postdoctoral training in neuroscience with Jim Ashe at the University of Minnesota and the Minneapolis VAMC.
Rachael is also a member of the Neuroscience Program and the Institute of Gerontology at U of M. Her research interests include the cognitive neuroscience of motor control and skill acquisition, as well as the interaction between structural and functional brain changes with age and motor performance.
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