G R Davis

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Biology Wofford College, Spartanburg, SC, United States 
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Henry LC, Elbin RJ, Collins MW, et al. (2015) Examining Recovery Trajectories After Sport-Related Concussion With a Multimodal Clinical Assessment Approach. Neurosurgery
Davis G. (2015) Prolonged postconcussive rest is not superior to usual care Journal of Pediatrics. 167: 209-210
Sonksen P, Ferguson-Smith MA, Bavington LD, et al. (2015) Medical and ethical concerns regarding women with hyperandrogenism and elite sport. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. 100: 825-7
Davis G. (2015) What is the role for collegiate design competitions in a multi-discipline, diverse world? Ieee Global Engineering Education Conference, Educon. 2015: 676-680
Davis G. (2015) Buddhist, western, and hybrid perspectives on liberty rights and economic rights Value and Values: Economics and Justice in An Age of Global Interdependence. 296-311
Shaw AC, Jackson AW, Holmes T, et al. (2010) Descending brain neurons in larval lamprey: spinal projection patterns and initiation of locomotion. Experimental Neurology. 224: 527-41
Davis GR, McClellan AD. (1994) Extent and time course of restoration of descending brainstem projections in spinal cord-transected lamprey. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 344: 65-82
Davis GR, McClellan AD. (1994) Long distance axonal regeneration of identified lamprey reticulospinal neurons. Experimental Neurology. 127: 94-105
Davis GR, McClellan AD. (1993) Time course of anatomical regeneration of descending brainstem neurons and behavioral recovery in spinal-transected lamprey. Brain Research. 602: 131-7
Davis GR, Troxel MT, Kohler VJ, et al. (1993) Time course of locomotor recovery and functional regeneration in spinal-transected lamprey: kinematics and electromyography. Experimental Brain Research. 97: 83-95
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