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Lena H. Ting, Ph.D.

Biomedical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology/Emory University 
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Lin DC, McGowan CP, Blum KP, et al. (2019) Yank: the time derivative of force is an important biomechanical variable in sensorimotor systems. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 222
McKay JL, Hackney ME, Factor SA, et al. (2019) Lower Limb Rigidity Is Associated with Frequent Falls in Parkinson's Disease. Movement Disorders Clinical Practice. 6: 446-451
Sohn MH, Smith DM, Ting LH. (2019) Effects of kinematic complexity and number of muscles on musculoskeletal model robustness to muscle dysfunction. Plos One. 14: e0219779
Blum KP, Nardelli P, Cope TC, et al. (2019) Elastic tissue forces mask muscle fiber forces underlying muscle spindle Ia afferent firing rates in stretch of relaxed rat muscle. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Allen JL, Kesar TM, Ting LH. (2019) Motor module generalization across balance and walking is impaired after stroke. Journal of Neurophysiology
Payne AM, Ting LH, Hajcak G. (2019) Do sensorimotor perturbations to standing balance elicit an error-related negativity? Psychophysiology. e13359
Lang KC, Hackney ME, Ting LH, et al. (2019) Antagonist muscle activity during reactive balance responses is elevated in Parkinson's disease and in balance impairment. Plos One. 14: e0211137
Allen JL, Ting LH, Kesar TM. (2018) Gait Rehabilitation Using Functional Electrical Stimulation Induces Changes in Ankle Muscle Coordination in Stroke Survivors: A Preliminary Study. Frontiers in Neurology. 9: 1127
Payne AM, Hajcak G, Ting LH. (2018) Dissociation of muscle and cortical response scaling to balance perturbation acceleration. Journal of Neurophysiology
De Groote F, Blum KP, Horslen BC, et al. (2018) Interaction between muscle tone, short-range stiffness and increased sensory feedback gains explains key kinematic features of the pendulum test in spastic cerebral palsy: A simulation study. Plos One. 13: e0205763
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