Movement in eXtended Reality (MiXR) Lab
- Effects of cognitive and motor load demands of VR tasks on movement
- Effects of virtual environments on balance
- Attitudes of fall-prone older adults toward augmented and virtual reality-based applications
- Walking on Virtualizer – a locomotion platform for virtual reality
- Virtual reality-based dual-task training in older adults
- Moving through Glass: Augmented reality-based dance intervention for persons with
- Undergraduate Lab Members:
Publications in Refereed Journals
Korol DL., Gardner RS., Tunur T., Gold PE. (2019) Involvement of Lactate Transport in Two Object Recognition Tasks
That Require Either the Hippocampus or Striatum
Tunur T., Rickford K., and Columna C. (2017) Moving Through Possibilities: Using Dance for
Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease. PALAESTRA, 31: 15-20
Kundu P., Tunur T., Korol DL., Bandara S., Monaikul S., Helferich WG., Schantz SL. (2016). The Effects
of Estrogenic Components of Licorice Root on Cognition. Planta Medica, 82:05.
Tunur T., Stelly CE., Schrader LA. (2013). KChIP3/DREAM/Calsenilin modulates strategy selection
and estradiol-dependent learning and memory. Learning and Memory, 20:686-694.
Tunur T., Dohanich G., Schrader LA. (2010). Pre-exposure to context affects learning strategy
selection in mice. Learning and Memory, 17:328-31.
Alexander JC., Bridgeman CM., Tunur T., Rands V., Stelly CE., Karhson D., Bowlby, MR., An WF., Sweatt JD., Schrader LA.
(2009). The Role of KChIP3 in contextual fear conditioning. Learning and Memory, 16:167-177.
Bridgeman C.M., Springer S., Maxson M., Tunur T., Schrader LA. (2008). The role of K+ channels in synaptic plasticity. Cell Science Reviews.
Manuscripts in Preparation
Tunur T., and Columna C. Augmented Reality-Based Dance Application on Mobility and Balance
of Persons with Parkinson’s Disease: A Pilot Study (submitted)
DeBlois A., Yates L., Levental D., Columna C., Tunur T. Feasibility of Augmented Reality-Based Dance Intervention for People with Parkinson's
Disease: Moving Through Glass Application
ELI, EDUCAUSE, XR demonstration, Anaheim, CA, "Exploring the Optimal XR Platforms for a Reaching Task" | 2019
APTA, poster presentation, New Orleans, LA, “Cognitive load and usage of wearable
technology for dance in persons with Parkinson’s Disease: A pilot study” | 2018.
APTA, poster presentation, New Orleans, LA, “Feasibility of Augmented-reality Glasses
for Guided Dance in People with Parkinson’s Disease (PD): A Pilot Study” | 2018.
46th NAPEC, Sacramento, CA, speaker, “Augmented Reality-based Dance Intervention for Individuals
with Parkinson's Disease” | 2017.
Living an Active Life with Parkinson’s Disease Conference, Syracuse, NY, oral presentation
and demo class, “Moving Through Possibilities: Parkinson’s Dance” | 2016.
Orange Circle Award Presentation, Syracuse, NY, demo class, “Moving Through Possibilities:
Parkinson’s Dance” | 2016.
Tolley Medal Award Presentation, oral presentation, New York City, NY, “Moving Through
Possibilities: Parkinson’s Dance” | 2016.
Syracuse University Future Professoriate Program Annual Conference, Hamilton, NY,
panel session, “Making the Most Out of Your Postdoc Experience” | 2016.
Parkinson’s Conference, Cicero, NY, oral presentation, “Moving Through Possibilities:
Parkinson’s Dance” | 2015.
Society for Neuroscience Meeting, Chicago, IL, poster presentation, P614.05 “The effects
of the botanical estrogen isoliquiritigenin on cognition in young adult female rats”
Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology Meeting, Pacific Grove, CA, poster presentation,
“Opposing effects of estrogens on two different pattern separation tasks” | 2015.
Society for Neuroscience Meeting, Washington, DC, poster presentation, P749.05 “A
tale of two memory systems: Differential involvement in two pattern separation tasks”
Society for Neuroscience Meeting, New Orleans, LA, poster presentation, P92.08 “Nuances
of pattern separation determine modulation by estradiol” | 2012.
Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology Meeting, Madison, Wisconsin, poster presentation,
P1.65 “Effects of ovarian hormones on pattern separation in female rats” | 2012.
Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology Meeting, Queretaro, Mexico, poster presentation,
P1.14 “Ovarian hormones and KChIP3 in learning strategies and synaptic plasticity”
Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 35th Annual Winter Conference, Park City, Utah,
data blitz presentation, “Role of KChIP3 in pattern separation” | 2011.
Tulane Research Days, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, poster presentation
Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 34th Annual Winter Conference, Park City, Utah,
data blitz presentation, “Role of KChIP3 in learning strategy selection in male and
female mice” | 2011.
Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology Meeting, Michigan State University, East
Lansing, poster presentation, P2.28 “Interaction of KChIP3 and estrogen in hippocampal-dependent
memory” | 2009.
Neuroscience Retreat, Louisiana State University, New Orleans, poster presentation,
“Shifts in strategy selection in water plus-maze across estrous cycle in female mice”