Brice Cleland

Brice received his B.S. in Exercise Science, Psychology and Theology from Marquette University and an M.S. degree in Integrative Physiology from the University of Colorado Boulder. He is currently working in the Neuromuscular Control of Movement Laboratory under the guidance of Dr. Sheila Schindler-Ivens. Brice’s current research uses functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to investigate changes in pedaling-related brain activation that occur after a stroke. The primary goal of this project is to determine the contribution of altered behavior to brain activation during pedaling. The results will clarify factors that may explain previous observations of altered movement-related brain activation post-stroke.

Brice’s dissertation committee consists of:


About the Marquette Sports Rehabilitation Clinic

The Marquette Sports Rehabilitation Clinic (MSRC) is a full-service outpatient rehabilitation and sports medicine clinic that offers the expertise of licensed Physical Therapists and licensed Athletic Trainers with the convenience of an on-campus location. MSRC is a part of the College of Health Sciences' nationally ranked Department of Physical Therapy. MSRC primarily serves the Marquette community including students, staff, faculty and spouses/dependents of employees. MSRC does additionally welcome patients from the greater Milwaukee community at large.

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