Thomas Robb
Legatus secretarii


BSc

Thomas Robb
Thomas Robb

BSc

Legatus secretarii at the Advisory Board for Movement Disorders. Master of linguistic sophistication and nomenclatural innovation, with a passion for clinical neurology and outdoor adventure. Tennis fan and squash champion. Strong believer that deuparth gwaith yw ei ddechrau. Candidate of Science since 2016.


Advisory boards

Movement disorders


RECENT PUBLICATIONS

How to play like a pro: The neuroscience of muscle memory

With the Olympics just past and the Paralympics in full swing, it’s difficult not to marvel at every athlete’s mastery of their discipline. Was Andy Murray born to play tennis, or are complex motor patterns something which we all may be capable of achieving? Here, we explore the neuroscience behind motor learning: the process that helps you tie your shoelaces, and allows Andy Murray to hit backhand winners in his sleep.

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