Recent Publications


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Phase 1 Safety Trial of Autologous Human Schwann Cell Transplantation in Chronic Spinal Cord Injury


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Operant Conditioning of the Motor Evoked Potentials for Sensorimotor Rehabilitation

Distinct Patterns of Spasticity and Corticospinal Connectivity Following Complete Spinal Cord Injury


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Acute Intermittent Hypoxia Boosts Spinal Plasticity in Humans with Tetraplegia

Vibration attenuates spasm-like activity in humans with spinal cord injury.

Cortical and Subcortical Effects of Transcutaneous Spinal Cord Stimulation in Humans with Tetraplegia.


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Imbalanced Corticospinal and Reticulospinal Contributions to Spasticity in Humans with Spinal Cord Injury.

Residual descending motor pathways influence spasticity after spinal cord injury.


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Crossed corticospinal facilitation between arm and trunk muscles in humans.

Effect of central lesions on a spinal circuit facilitating human wrist flexors.

Effect of coil orientation on motor-evoked potentials in humans with tetraplegia.

Gating of Sensory Input at Subcortical and Cortical Levels during Grasping in Humans.

Targeted-Plasticity in the Corticospinal Tract After Human Spinal Cord Injury.

Automated FES for Upper Limb Rehabilitation Following Stroke and Spinal Cord Injury.

Afferent input and sensory function after human spinal cord injury.


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Distinct Corticocortical Contributions to Human Precision and Power Grip.

How plastic are human spinal cord motor circuitries?

Reticulospinal Contributions to Gross Hand Function after Human Spinal Cord Injury.

Spike-timing-dependent plasticity in lower-limb motoneurons after human spinal cord injury.

A novel cortical target to enhance hand motor output in humans with spinal cord injury.

Time-Dependent Discrepancies between Assessments of Sensory Function after Incomplete Cervical Spinal Cord Injury.


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Subcortical contribution to late TMS-induced I-waves in intact humans.

Distinct influence of hand posture on cortical activity during human grasping.