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2004 MARS-RERC Publications

Beer RF, Dewald JP, Dawson ML and Rymer WZ  Target-dependent differences between free and constrained arm movements in chronic hemiparesis. Exp Brain Res. 2004 Jun;156(4):458-70. Epub 2004 Feb 17.

Kahn LE, Rymer WZ and , Reinkensmeyer DJ "Adaptive Assistance for Guided Force Training in Chronic Stroke"presented at IEEE-EMB Conference, San Francisco, CA, September 1-5, 2004.

Kahn LE, Stinear JW, Rahman T, Sanchez RJ, Rymer WZ and Reinkensmeyer DJ  "Normal motor planning is retained in stroke affecting motor cortex and descending fibers" presented at Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, October 12-16, 2004. 

Kamper DG, Harvey RL, Suresh S, Rymer WZ. Relative contributions of neural mechanisms versus muscle mechanics in promoting finger extension deficits following stroke. Muscle Nerve. 2003 Sep;28(3):309-18.

Kenyon, R.V., Leigh, J, and Keshner, E.A. Considerations for the Future Development of Virtual Technology as a Rehabilitation Tool. J  NeuroEng and Rehab, (1) 1: 13, 2004.

Kenyon, RV., Leigh, J., Networked Virtual Environments and Rehabilitation, 26th Intern. Conf IEEE EMBS, pp: 4832-4835, San Francisco, September 1-5, 2004.

Kenyon R, Patton JL, Dawe G, Scharver C and Mussa-Ivaldi FA (2004) “Robotics and Virtual Reality: Research in Rehabilitation,” 4th International Symposium on Future Medical Engineering based on Bio-nanotechnology. Sendai, Japan. June 24-25, 2004. Frontiers of Medical Informatics, June 25, Sendai, Japan.

Lum P, Reinkensmeyer D, Mahoney R, Rymer WZ and Burgar C Robotic devices for movement therapy after stroke: current status and challenges to clinical acceptance. Top Stroke Rehabil. 2002 Winter;8(4):40-53.

Patton JL and Haner, R “The effects of adaptive training wash out as a function of time” Society For Neuroscience, San Diego, October, 2004. (poster).

Patton JL, Stojakovich, M, Phillips-Stoykov, ME and Mussa-Ivaldi, FA  “Update on the progress in force field design to restore forces in hemiparetic stroke.” Society For Neuroscience, San Diego, October, 2004. (poster)

Patton JL, Dawe G, Scharver C, Muss-Ivaldi, FA and Kenyon R, (2004) “Robotics and Virtual Reality: A Perfect Marriage for Motor Control Research and Rehabilitation” IEEE-EMBS Engineering in Medicine and Biology Congress (EMBC), San Francisco, September, 2004.(podium presentation)

Patton JL, “Exploiting sensory motor adaptation for neuro rehabilitation and robotic teaching.” University of Illinois at Chicago Department of Physical Therapy Department seminar, Sept 23, 2004.

Patton JL, “Exploring adaptive rehabilitation techniques with Haptics/Graphics systems,” Presented at Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics: Scientific and Technical Foundations of a new Interdisciplinary Field for Research, Medical Application and Industry, a workshop at the IEEE-EMBS conference, September, 2004, San Francisco.

Sanchez R, Reinkensmeyer D, Shah P, Liu J, Rao S, Smith, R, Cramer S, Rahman T and Bobrow J  “Monitoring Functional Arm Movement for Home-Based Therapy after Stroke”, Invited paper, Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Meeting, San Francisco, California, September 1-5.

Xia R and Rymer WZ The role of shortening reaction in mediating rigidity in Parkinson's disease. Exp Brain Res. 2004 Jun;156(4):524-8. Epub 2004 May 04.

Zhou P and Rymer WZ Factors Governing the Form of the Relation Between Muscle Force and the Electromyogram (EMG): A Simulation Study. J Neurophysiol. 2004 Jun 16.

Zemon DH, Hornby TG, Campbell DD, Stine, RS, Chen D and Rymer WZ American Physical Therapy Association: Combined Sections meeting (Nashville, TN; February 2nd): Effects of robotic-assisted treadmill training on individuals with chronic spinal cord injury.