Keith McGregor is a CDA-2 recipient currently investigating the effects of physical activity on neural correlates of aging. His current project uses TMS, fMRI and DTI to
investigate potential changes in neural function as a result of the regular engagement in cardiovascular training.
Keith received a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Psychology with a Biological Psychology concentration from the College of the Holy Cross in 1997. After collegiate graduation, he worked as a systems administrator for the Bernard Hodes Group and Monster.com before re-entering academia and joining the BIRC Lab in 2003.
Keith graduated from the University of Florida with a PhD in Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience in 2010. He is interested in motor control and aging.
Keith was recently multiple VA grants from the Office of Rural Health, VA Innovations and Office of Rehabilitation Research and Development Service to study the effects of an exercise intervention on upper extremity control.
Aging; Motor control; Exercise; Interhemispheric Inhibition; fMRI; TMS; DTI