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Faculty & Staff - [ Dr. Zhujun Pan ]

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Dr. Zhujun Pan

Dr. Zhujun Pan

Assistant Professor
Motor Behavior

Department of Kinesiology
McCarthy 241
Curriculum Vitae


  • Louisianan State University (Ph.D., 2014, Kinesiology)
  • Capital Institute of Physical Education (M.S, 2009, Kinesiology)
  • Southwest Jiaotong University (B.S., 2005, Engineering)

Areas of Research

  • Motor function in older adults and Parkinson’s disease patients
  • Bimanual coordination and transfer of learning
  • Exercise intervention for special populations

Areas of Teaching

  • Neural motor control
  • Motor Learning

Recent Publications

  • Aiken, C. A., Pan, Z., & Van Gemmert, A. W. A. (2017) The effects of a two-step transfer on a visuomotor adaptation task. Experimental Brain Research, 235(11), 3459-3467
  • Zou, L, Pan, Z., Yeung, A., Talwar, S., Wang, C., Liu, Y., Shu, Y., Chen, X., & Thomas G.A. (2017) A Review Study on the Beneficial Effects of Badunjin. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 00, 1-12.
  • Hou, L., Song, Z., Pan, Z., Cheng J., Yu Y., & Wang J. (2016) Decreased activation of the subcortical brain areas in motor fatigue state: an fMRI study. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 1154.
  • Pan, Z., & Van Gemmert, A. W. A. (2016) Peripheral Neuropathy reduces asymmetries in inter-limb transfer in a visuo-motor task. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 21(3), 255-66.
  • Aiken, C. A., Pan, Z., & Van Gemmert, A. W. A. (2015) Limb-dominance and its effects on the benefits of intralimb transfer-of-learning a visuo-motor aiming task. Journal of Motor Behavior, 47, 509-521.
  • Pan, Z., & Van Gemmert, A. W. A. (2013) The Effects of Aging on the Asymmetry of inter-limb transfer in a Visuo-Motor Task. Experimental Brain Research, 229 (4), 621-633.
  • Pan, Z., & Van Gemmert, A. W. A. (2013) The Direction of Bilateral Transfer Depends on the Performance Parameter. Human Movement Science, 32(5), 1070-1081.

Professional Affiliations

  • Society for Neuroscience (SfN)
  • The International Society of Motor Control (ISMC)
  • Gerontological Society of American (GSA)