RIC's Machines Assisting Recovery from Stroke - Publications 2014 & 2015 - Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

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MARS Publications

2014 & 2015

Fritschi M, Jelinek H, McGloughlin T, Khalaf K, Khandoker A & Vallery H Human balance responses to perturbations in the horizontal plane Proceedings of the 36th An Intl Conf of the IEEE Eng in Med and Bio Society (EMBC14), 2014, 4058-4061.

Hurt CP, Wang J, Capo-Lugo CE, Brown DB “Effect of progressive horizontal resistive force on comfortable walking speed of individuals post-stroke.” J NeuroEng Rehabil. 12:12.

Hurt CP, Burgess JK, Brown DA Relationship between overground walking speed and ground reaction forces under conditions of body weight support by individuals poststroke. Gait Posture (In Press)

Lemus D & Vallery H Towards Gyroscopic Balance Assistance: Proof of Concept Proceedings of the 36th An Intl Conf of the IEEE Eng in Med and Bio Society (EMBC14), 2014

Marchal-Crespo L, Bannwart M, Riener R & Vallery H The effect of haptic guidance on learning a hybrid rhythmic-discrete motor task. IEEE Trans Haptics, 2014 Nov 26. [Epub ahead of print]

Thielbar K, Lord T, Fischer H, Lazzaro E, Barth K, Stoykov M, Triandafilou K, Kamper D. Training finger individuation with a mechatronic-virtual reality system leads to improved fine motor control post-stroke. J NeuroEng and Rehabil, 2014; 26: 171.

Tsoupikova D, Stoykov N, Corrigan M, Thielbar K, Vick R, Li Y, Triandafilou K, Preuss F, Kamper D Virtual immersion for post-stroke hand rehabilitation therapy. Annals of Biomed Eng, 2015 Feb;43(2):467-77.

Wang J, Hurt CP, Capo-Lugo CE, Brown DA (2015)“Characteristics of horizontal force generation for individuals post-stroke walking against progressive resistive forces.” Clin Biomech 30(1):40-5.

This research is supported by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services information:

HHS Grant Award Number: 90RE5010-01-01
HHS CFDA Number: 93.433