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NCM's Leadership

Elected members govern the Society for the Neural Control of Movement.  These members comprise the Board of Directors who in turn elect Officers that comprise the Executive Committee. The Society's Bylaws govern how the Board manages the Society.

Officers and Board members are elected for three-year terms and may be re-elected to one additional contiguous term. The current Board comprises the following Officers and Directors:

NCM Officers (Executive Committee)

 Gary Paige


President and Conference Chair

Gary Paige, PhD
Chair, Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy
University of Rochester
Current and Upcoming Conferences

Email: president@ncm-society.org

 Doug Munoz


Program Chair

Doug Munoz, PhD
Queen's University
Conference Program, Abstracts, Sessions and Presentations

Email: vpprogram@ncm-society.org

 Stephen Scott



Stephen Scott, PhD
Professor, Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences
Queen's University
Membership Matters

Email: treasurer@ncm-society.org

 Terry Sanger


Development Officer

Lee Miller, PhD
Edgar C. Stuntz Distinguished Professor of Neuroscience 
Departments of Physiology, Physical Medicine and Rehab, and Biomedical Engineering
Sponsorship, Sponsor Support, Advertising Opportunities and Scholarship Applications

Email: sponsor@ncm-society.org

Term: 2012 - 2015

Andrea d'Avella Santa Lucia Foundation
Chris Miall University of Birmingham
Andrew Pruszynski Umea University
Daichi Nozaki University of Tokyo Japan

Term: 2013 - 2016

Lena Ting       Emory University USA
Brian Corneil   University of Western Ontario Canada
John van Opstal          Donders Institute Netherlands
Rachael Seidler University of Michigan USA

Term: 2014 - 2017

Jeroen Smeets       VU University Netherlands
Jorn Diedrichsen   University College London England
Kathleen Cullen          McGill University Canada
Jean-Jacques Orban de Xivry Catholic University of Louvain Belgium


NCM Leadership History


NCM welcomes, as members, scientists from around the world, pursuing research whose goal is to understand how the brain controls movement. Join or renew your membership today!

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