Andrew Nordin, Ph.D.

2015-2017 School of Kinesiology University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
 2017-2020 Biomedical Engineering University of Florida 
 2020- Texas A&M - College Station 
biomechanics, EEG, locomotion
"Andrew Nordin"
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Schlink BR, Nordin AD, Diekfuss JA, et al. (2022) Quantification of Global Myoelectric Spatial Activations to Delineate Normal Hamstring Function at Progressive Running Speeds: A Technical Report. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 36: 867-870
Schlink BR, Nordin AD, Brooks CN, et al. (2021) Fatigue induces altered spatial myoelectric activation patterns in the medial gastrocnemius during locomotion. Journal of Neurophysiology
Schlink BR, Nordin AD, Ferris DP. (2020) Comparison of Signal Processing Methods for Reducing Motion Artifacts in High-Density Electromyography During Human Locomotion. Ieee Open Journal of Engineering in Medicine and Biology. 1: 156-165
Schlink BR, Nordin AD, Ferris DP. (2020) Human myoelectric spatial patterns differ among lower limb muscles and locomotion speeds. Physiological Reports. 8: e14652
Richer N, Downey RJ, Hairston WD, et al. (2020) Motion and Muscle Artifact Removal Validation Using an Electrical Head Phantom, Robotic Motion Platform, and Dual Layer Mobile EEG. Ieee Transactions On Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering : a Publication of the Ieee Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. 28: 1825-1835
Nordin AD, Hairston WD, Ferris DP. (2019) Faster gait speeds reduce alpha and beta EEG spectral power from human sensorimotor cortex. Ieee Transactions On Bio-Medical Engineering
Nordin AD, Hairston WD, Ferris DP. (2019) Human electrocortical dynamics while stepping over obstacles. Scientific Reports. 9: 4693
Nordin AD, Hairston WD, Ferris DP. (2018) Dual-electrode motion artifact cancellation for mobile electroencephalography. Journal of Neural Engineering
Symeonidou ER, Nordin AD, Hairston WD, et al. (2018) Effects of Cable Sway, Electrode Surface Area, and Electrode Mass on Electroencephalography Signal Quality during Motion. Sensors (Basel, Switzerland). 18
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