Paul Camacho began working in the Neuroscience of Dance Laboratory in August of 2016. In May of 2018, he began his doctoral work in the Neuroscience Program on saccades in Parkinson's disease and healthy aging. He has also worked on studies in multiple sclerosis and cerebral palsy. He is currently working in the Magnetic Resonance Functional Imaging Laboratory, studying structural and functional connectivity biomarkers and developing processing pipelines. In his spare time, Paul enjoys woodworking, mixology, and writing music.
Member of the Magnetic Resonance Functional Imaging Laboratory
- MRI biomarkers of aging and movement disorder progression
- Neural substrates of physical therapy-induced improvements.
- Exercise, motor learning, and myelinogenesis
Bachelors of Science in Molecular and Cellular Biology - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2017)
Awards and Honors
Graduate College Distinguished Fellowship
Additional Campus Affiliations
Graduate Student Advisor for the Undergraduate Neuroscience Society