Quantifying Sensorimotor Performance through Instrumented Testing During NASA's Analog Missions

Kyoung Kim1, Yoav Gimmon2, Sharmeen Sorathia2, Kara Beaton3, Michael Schubert2

  • 1University of Miami
  • 2Johns Hopkins University
  • 3NASA/Johnson Space Center



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10:00 - 17:00 | Tue 30 Oct | Foyer | B1P-F

Extreme Environment Medicine

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The aim of this study was to investigate changes in performance of sensorimotor function in crewmembers during the NASA’s Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO). Our data reveal that measuring the degree of upper body balance and gait regularity during tandem walking using body-worn inertial sensors provided a sensitive and objective quantification of movement abnormalities due to changes in sensorimotor performance over the duration of mission exposure.

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