Marc de Lussanet
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Marc H.E. de Lussanet


I am a biologist and neuroscientist, working on the interface of visual perception and motor control. As a sort of final goal I strive for understanding of the nervous system in the context of its function, evolution and development. In this sense I have interests also in non-human animals, especially echinoderms and fishes. Current projects are in Neuroscience (motor control, biomechanics, visual perception of action) and Evolution (scaling laws of the brain, contralateral organization, axial twist hypothesis, hexamery hypothesis, echinoderm evolution & development, echinoderm paleontology).

Computational Biology Developmental Biology Evolutionary Studies Human-Computer Interaction Neuroscience Paleontology

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Leader of Motion Lab

Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
March 2014
Institute of Sport Science
Technical, methodological and scientific consulting, supervision of student research projects, data management.


Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
September 2006
Otto Creutzfeldt Center for Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience
This is an institute of neuroscience research on the University of Münster and the University Hospital

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