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Lena H. Ting, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Biomedical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University, Atlanta, GA, United States 
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Boebinger S, Payne A, Martino G, et al. (2024) Precise cortical contributions to sensorimotor feedback control during reactive balance. Plos Computational Biology. 20: e1011562
Willaert J, Desloovere K, Van Campenhout A, et al. (2024) Identification of Neural and Non-Neural Origins of Joint Hyper-Resistance Based on a Novel Neuromechanical Model. Ieee Transactions On Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering : a Publication of the Ieee Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. 32: 1435-1444
Palmer JA, Payne AM, Mirdamadi JL, et al. (2023) Delayed cortical engagement associated with balance dysfunction after stroke. Medrxiv : the Preprint Server For Health Sciences
Abbott EM, Stephens JD, Simha SN, et al. (2023) Attenuation of muscle spindle firing with artificially increased series compliance during stretch of relaxed muscle. Experimental Physiology
Horslen BC, Milburn GN, Blum KP, et al. (2023) History-dependent muscle resistance to stretch remains high after small, posturally relevant pre-movements. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 226
Payne AM, Ting LH, Hajcak G. (2023) The balance N1 and the ERN correlate in amplitude across individuals in small samples of younger and older adults. Experimental Brain Research
Simha SN, Ting LH. (2023) Intrafusal cross-bridge dynamics shape history-dependent muscle spindle responses to stretch. Experimental Physiology
Abbott EM, Stephens JD, Simha SN, et al. (2023) Attenuation of muscle spindle firing with artificially increased series compliance during stretch of relaxed muscle. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Martino G, Beck ON, Ting LH. (2023) Voluntary muscle coactivation in quiet standing elicits reciprocal rather than coactive agonist-antagonist control of reactive balance. Journal of Neurophysiology
Beck ON, Shepherd MK, Rastogi R, et al. (2023) Exoskeletons need to react faster than physiological responses to improve standing balance. Science Robotics. 8: eadf1080
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