Presentations

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ANTHONY BLAZEVICH
Training-induced changes in muscles (View Slides)


JAMES WAKELING
Prediction of performance from muscle models (View Slides)


BART BOLSTERLEE
Regional hypertrophy in the human quadriceps following progressive resistance training (View Slides)


TREVOR ALLEN
What can isometric contractions tell us about muscle injury and rehabilitation? (View Slides)


JOANNA DIONG
Involuntary muscle activity reduces passive range of motion at known torque (View Slides)


DAVID NGUYEN
Neural drive to the diaphragm in cervical spinal cord injury (View Slides)


ELEFTHERIA GIANNOULIA
A novel group-based stepping exercise program to improve fall risk factors in older adults:  first results of a pilot study (View Slides)


MIRJAM PIJNAPPELS
Adaptive, reactive and daily life gait in older populations (View Slides)


MORAG TAYLOR
The relationship between white matter hyperintensity clusters (size and location) and prospective falls in older adults across the cognitive spectrum (View Slides)


RICK LIEBER
Mechanisms of contracture (View Slides)


ZEV RYMER
Changes in muscle architecture after hemispheric stroke can adversely affect efficiency of muscle contraction in pennate muscles (View Slides)


PETER MALLIARAS
People with Achilles tendinopathy display greater force fluctuations than controls at low force levels (View Slides)


MORGAN EVELEIGH
A finite element method for integrated design and testing of 3D printed ankle and foot orthoses for children with cerebral palsy and motor impairment (View Slides)


JOHN ROTHWELL
Brain stimulation and treatment of motor impairments (View Slides)


ANN-MAREE VALLENCE
Characterizing age-related changes in supplementary motor area-primary motor cortex connectivity (View Slides)


IRENE DI GIULIO
Effect of STN-DBS frequency on postural performance in Parkinson’s disease (View Slides)


CJ HECKMAN
Distortions in the synaptic organization of motor commands to proximal and distal muscles following hemiparetic stroke (View Slides)


RANDY FLANAGAN
Coming to grips with sensorimotor control (View Slides)


JAYNE GARLAND
Do reactions to balance perturbations improve with fast muscle activation and stepping training in sub-acute stroke? (View Slides)


KIM VAN SCHOOTEN
The effect of central processing and muscle torque development speed on balance recovery during standing (View Slides)


SHARI O’BRIEN
Visuomotor ankle force training in individuals with spastic cerebral palsy compared to their typically developed peers (View Slides)


ZOE DJAJADIKARTA
Ankle proprioception in people with Multiple Sclerosis (View Slides)


PAULO PELICIONI
Cognitive contributions to the control of balance during stepping in young & older adults – a fNIRS study (View Slides)


KAREN SØGAARD
Muscle pain, fatigue and performance in motor impairments (View Slides)


CHRIS MCNEIL
Peripheral fatigue in young and old females and males (View Files)