Michael J. Grey

Affiliations: 
University of Copenhagen, København, Denmark 
Area:
Neuromuscular Plasticity, Functional Electrical Stimulation
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van de Ruit M, Grey MJ. (2015) The TMS Map Scales with Increased Stimulation Intensity and Muscle Activation. Brain Topography
van de Ruit M, Perenboom MJ, Grey MJ. (2015) TMS brain mapping in less than two minutes. Brain Stimulation. 8: 231-9
Mathias JP, Barsi GI, van de Ruit M, et al. (2014) Rapid acquisition of the transcranial magnetic stimulation stimulus response curve. Brain Stimulation. 7: 59-65
Christensen MS, Grey MJ. (2013) Modulation of proprioceptive feedback during functional electrical stimulation: an fMRI study. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 37: 1766-78
Lorentzen J, Nielsen D, Holm K, et al. (2012) Neural tension technique is no different from random passive movements in reducing spasticity in patients with traumatic brain injury. Disability and Rehabilitation. 34: 1978-85
Barthélemy D, Alain S, Grey MJ, et al. (2012) Rapid changes in corticospinal excitability during force field adaptation of human walking. Experimental Brain Research. 217: 99-115
Lorentzen J, Grey MJ, Geertsen SS, et al. (2012) Assessment of a portable device for the quantitative measurement of ankle joint stiffness in spastic individuals. Clinical Neurophysiology : Official Journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology. 123: 1371-82
Iftime-Nielsen SD, Christensen MS, Vingborg RJ, et al. (2012) Interaction of electrical stimulation and voluntary hand movement in SII and the cerebellum during simulated therapeutic functional electrical stimulation in healthy adults. Human Brain Mapping. 33: 40-9
Geertsen SS, van de Ruit M, Grey MJ, et al. (2011) Spinal inhibition of descending command to soleus motoneurons is removed prior to dorsiflexion. The Journal of Physiology. 589: 5819-31
Barthélemy D, Grey MJ, Nielsen JB, et al. (2011) Involvement of the corticospinal tract in the control of human gait. Progress in Brain Research. 192: 181-97
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