Georgia State University’s Biomechanics and Motor Control Laboratory

The lab's goals are developing interventions and improving quality of life for individuals with Cerebral Palsy (CP).


Biomechanics and Motor Control Laboratory

Biomechanics-motor control, interventions, quality of life

 Current recruiting efforts – individuals with cerebral palsy or ACL tears to participate in research projects.

If interested, please contact Dr. Chen (for cerebral palsy study) or Dr. Tsai (for ACL tears) for more details.

Cerebral Palsy Research Registry


The primary mission of The Cerebral Palsy Research Registry is to improve the understanding of cerebral palsy. The founders believe that families and researchers can make a difference in the lives of people with cerebral palsy.

Cerebral Palsy Research Registry

The nationwide registry has the following goals:

  1. Keeping the registry as a secure database that connects interested families with researchers studying cerebral palsy.
  2. Using the registry to investigate surveillance data.  Examples include the natural aging process of persons with cerebral palsy, current interventions, environmental modifications and services utilized by persons with cerebral palsy.

Current Studies for a wide range of age groups.