In the Visuomotor Laboratory we use functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), magnetoencephalography (MEG), and psychophysical approaches to address questions about the role of attention in the selection of task-relevant features of the environment and movement plans to create successful goal-directed movements. Of particular interest is how this process changes across the age span or in certain populations with disordered attention.
Huddleston, W. E. (PI), DeYoe, E. A., Greenberg, A. S., “RGI: Individual differences in voxel-wise modeling of attention fields in the human motor system,” Sponsored by University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Office of Sponsored Programs, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, $171,701.00. (July 1, 2019 – December 31, 2020).
Huddleston, W. E. (PI), Almonroeder, T. G., “Cortical correlates to lower limb movement variability,” Sponsored by Medical College of Wisconsin Center for Imaging Research, $10,000.00. (August 2016 – August 2018).
Greenberg, A. S. (Co-PI), Huddleston, W. E. (Co-PI), DeYoe, E. (Co-PI), “Leveraging Big Data to Unmask the Functional Connectome of Attention,” Sponsored by Office of Research, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, $15,000.00. (July 1, 2017 – June 1, 2018).
Huddleston, W. E. (PI), “Cortical structure and function as possible mediators of performance on an attention task: A pilot study,” Sponsored by MEDICAL COLLEGE OF WISCONSIN (ADVANCING A HEALTHIER WISCONSIN), $50,000.00. (April 1, 2016 – March 31, 2018).
Huddleston, W. E. (Principal), Sabsevitz, D. (Co-Principal), “Interaction of attention-mediated visual and motor processes within the dorsal attention pathway,” Sponsored by Medical College of Wisconsin Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin, Local, $25,000.00. (February 1, 2016 – February 28, 2017).
Huddleston, W. E., Vanier, L., “Intention and attention: Transmodernism and integration in human movement studies,” Sponsored by UW–Milwaukee Office of 21st Century Studies, $50,000.00. (July 1, 2012 – June 30, 2014).
Huddleston, W. E. (Co-Principal), Seo, N. J. (Co-Principal), Johnson, M. (Co-Principal), Schmit, B. (Co-Principal), “Role of tactile sensation on hand motor control and functional recovery after stroke – an fMRI study,” Sponsored by Clinical & Translational Science Institute of Southeastern Wisconsin, $50,000.00. (July 1, 2012 – March 31, 2014).