Minna Hong, Ph.D.

Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
movement disorders, Parkinson disease, neuroimaging, dopamine, dystonia, PET
"Minna Hong"
Mean distance: 16.95 (cluster 29)


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Joel S. Perlmutter grad student 2008 Washington University
 (Locomotor deficits in Parkinson disease.)
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Hong M, Earhart GM. (2010) Effects of medication on turning deficits in individuals with Parkinson's disease. Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy : Jnpt. 34: 11-6
Hong M, Perlmutter JS, Earhart GM. (2009) A kinematic and electromyographic analysis of turning in people with Parkinson disease Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 23: 166-176
Tabbal SD, Ushe M, Mink JW, et al. (2008) Unilateral subthalamic nucleus stimulation has a measurable ipsilateral effect on rigidity and bradykinesia in Parkinson disease. Experimental Neurology. 211: 234-42
Hong M, Earhart GM. (2008) Rotating treadmill training reduces freezing in Parkinson disease: preliminary observations. Parkinsonism & Related Disorders. 14: 359-63
Earhart GM, Hong M, Tabbal SD, et al. (2007) Effects of thalamic stimulation frequency on intention and postural tremor. Experimental Neurology. 208: 257-63
Wong CM, Hong M, Earhart GM. (2007) Limited transfer of podokinetic after-rotation from kneeling to standing. Somatosensory & Motor Research. 24: 35-40
Hong M, Perlmutter JS, Earhart GM. (2007) Enhancement of rigidity in Parkinson's disease with activation. Movement Disorders : Official Journal of the Movement Disorder Society. 22: 1164-8
Earhart GM, Stevens ES, Perlmutter JS, et al. (2007) Perception of active and passive turning in Parkinson disease. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 21: 116-22
Hong M, Perlmutter JS, Earhart GM. (2007) Podokinetic after-rotation in Parkinson disease. Brain Research. 1128: 99-106
Earhart GM, Hong M. (2006) Kinematics of podokinetic after-rotation: similarities to voluntary turning and potential clinical implications. Brain Research Bulletin. 70: 15-21
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