Winston D. Byblow

Affiliations: 
University of Auckland, Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand 
Area:
movement neuroscience
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John Dickinson grad student 1988-1994 Simon Fraser
 (MSc and PhD)
David Goodman grad student 1990-1994 Simon Fraser
 (PhD)
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Cirillo J, Semmler JG, Mooney RA, et al. (2020) Primary motor cortex function and motor skill acquisition: insights from threshold-hunting TMS. Experimental Brain Research
Cirillo J, Mooney RA, Ackerley SJ, et al. (2020) Neurochemical balance and inhibition at the sub-acute stage after stroke. Journal of Neurophysiology
Stinear CM, Lang CE, Zeiler S, et al. (2020) Advances and challenges in stroke rehabilitation. The Lancet. Neurology
Cirillo J, Mooney R, Ackerley SJ, et al. (2019) Abstract 69: The Influence of Motor Cortex Inhibition on Upper Limb Recovery: A Multimodal Study Stroke. 50
Connell LA, Smith MC, Byblow WD, et al. (2018) Implementing biomarkers to predict motor recovery after stroke. Neurorehabilitation. 43: 41-50
Cirillo J, Semmler JG, Mooney RA, et al. (2018) Conventional or threshold-hunting TMS? A tale of two SICIs. Brain Stimulation
Liew S, Jahanshad N, MacIntosh BJ, et al. (2018) Abstract TMP48: Subcortical Volumes Associated With Post-Stroke Motor Performance Vary Across Impairment Severity, Time Since Stroke, and Lesion Laterality: an ENIGMA Stroke Recovery Analysis Stroke. 49
Cirillo J, Cowie MJ, MacDonald HJ, et al. (2017) Response inhibition activates distinct motor cortical inhibitory processes. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00784.2017
Stinear CM, Byblow WD, Ackerley SJ, et al. (2017) PREP2: A biomarker-based algorithm for predicting upper limb function after stroke. Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology. 4: 811-820
Stinear CM, Byblow WD, Ackerley SJ, et al. (2017) Predicting Recovery Potential for Individual Stroke Patients Increases Rehabilitation Efficiency. Stroke
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