About Us

The ENRU, led by Associate Professor Dawson Kidgell, conducts complex neurophysiological studies in an attempt to understand how different types of exercise interventions can be used to induce neuroplasticity across the lifespan.



The mission of the Exercise Neuroplasticity Research Unit (ENRU) is to understand how the human motor cortex and spinal cord modulates the control of movement in response to various exercise and skill training models in health and disease, and to develop strategies to enhance the acquisition and control of movement in applied and clinical settings.