LocoLab Publications

Christopher Mullens, B.S.M.E., LocoLab research assistantChristopher Mullens, B.S.M.E., LocoLab research assistantResearchers in the LocoLab have decades of combined experience in researching locomotor impairments and walking dysfunction. And have been published in more than 10 peer reviewed journals. Here is a look at some highlights of our researcher's recently published works:

Liang, JN, Brown DA (2014). "Foot force direction control during a pedaling task in individuals post-stroke." Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation, 11(1):63.

Liang, JN, Brown DA (2013). Impaired foot-force direction regulation during postural loaded locomotion in individuals poststroke." Journal of Neurophysiology, 110(2):378-86.

Capó-Lugo CE, Mullens CH, Brown DA (2012). "Maximum walking speeds obtained using treadmill and overground robot system in persons with post-stroke hemiplegia." Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation, 9:80.

Hidler J, Brown DA (2012). "Robotic Devices for Overground Gait and Balance Training in Neurorehabilitation Technology." By Dietz, Volker; Nef, Tobias; Rymer, William Zev (Eds.), Springer, 2012.

Breger, J, Collins N, Deshpande A, Johnston L, LeJeune J, Palit P, Potter K, Hedman L, Brown DA (2012). "Validity of the K-9 & BESTest balance measures in community-dwelling stroke survivors." 2012 Combined Sections Meeting of the APTA, Chicago, IL.

Alibiglou L, Brown DA (2011). “Impaired muscle phasing systematically adapts to varied relative angular relationships during locomotion in people poststroke.” Journal of Neurophysiology, 105:1660-1670

Rogers LM, Brown DA, Stinear JW (2011). "The effects of paired associative stimulation on knee extensor motor excitability of individuals post-stroke: a pilot study." Clinical Neurophysiology 122(6):1211-8.

Alibiglou L, Brown DA (2011). "Relative temporal leading or following position of the contralateral limb generates different aftereffects in muscle phasing following adaptation training post-stroke." Experimental Brain Research 211(1):37-50.

Burgess JK, Weibel GC, Brown DA (2010). "Overground walking speed changes when subjected to body weight support conditions for nonimipaired and post stroke individuals." Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation, 11;7:6.

Alibiglou L, Lopez-Ortiz C, Walter CB, Brown DA (2009). “Bilateral limb phase relationship and its potential to alter muscle activity phasing during locomotion.”  Journal of Neurophysiology, 102:2856-2865

Schindler-Ivens S, Brown DA, Lewis GN, Nielsen JB, Onishko KL, Wieser J (2008). "Soleus H-reflex excitability during pedaling post-stroke." Experimental Brain Research, 188(3):465-74.

Ryerson S, Byl NN, Brown DA, Wong RA, Hidler JM (2008). "Altered trunk position sense and its relation to balance functions in people post-stroke." Journal of Neurological Physical Therapy 32(1):14-20. 

Patton J, Lewis E, Crombie G, Peshkin M, Colgate E, Santos J, Makhlin A, Brown DA (2008) "A novel robotic device to enhance balance and mobility training post-stroke." Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation 15.2: 131-9. 

Patton J, Brown DA, Peshkin M, Santos-Munné JJ, Makhlin A, Lewis E, Colgate JE, Schwandt D (2008) "KineAssist: Design and Development of a Robotic Overground Gait and Balance Therapy Device." Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation 15(2):131-139.

Brown DA, Nagpal S, Chi S (2005). “Limb-loaded cycling program for locomotor intervention following stroke.” Physical Therapy 85(2):159-168

Schindler-Ivens S, Brown DA, Brooke JD (2004). "Direction-dependent phasing of locomotor muscle activity is altered post-stroke." Journal of Neurophysiology 92(4):2207-16.

Rogers LM, Brown DA, Gruben KG (2004). “Foot force direction control during leg pushes against fixed and moving pedals in persons post-stroke.” Gait & Posture, 19(1): 58-68.

Kautz SA, Brown DA (1998). “Relationships between timing of muscle excitation and impaired motor performance during cyclical lower extremity movement in post-stroke hemiplegia.” Brain 121(3): 515-526.

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