Michelle Gray, Ph.D.

Neurology University of Alabama, Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, United States 
Neurodegenerative Disorder
"Michelle Gray"
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Gray MA, Oprescu FI. (2015) Role of non-Indigenous researchers in Indigenous health research in Australia: a review of the literature. Australian Health Review : a Publication of the Australian Hospital Association
Gray MJ, Li Y, Leichert LI, et al. (2015) Does the Transcription Factor NemR Use a Regulatory Sulfenamide Bond to Sense Bleach? Antioxidants & Redox Signaling
Dahl JU, Gray MJ, Jakob U. (2015) Protein quality control under oxidative stress conditions. Journal of Molecular Biology. 427: 1549-63
Kingston GA, Williams G, Judd J, et al. (2015) Hand therapy services for rural and remote residents: Results of a survey of Australian occupational therapists and physiotherapists. The Australian Journal of Rural Health. 23: 112-21
Gray MJ, Jakob U. (2015) Oxidative stress protection by polyphosphate--new roles for an old player. Current Opinion in Microbiology. 24: 1-6
Kingston GA, Judd J, Gray MA. (2015) The experience of medical and rehabilitation intervention for traumatic hand injuries in rural and remote North Queensland: a qualitative study. Disability and Rehabilitation. 37: 423-9
Saxon RL, Gray MA, Oprescu FI. (2014) Extended roles for allied health professionals: an updated systematic review of the evidence. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare. 7: 479-88
Knoefler D, Leichert LI, Thamsen M, et al. (2014) About the dangers, costs and benefits of living an aerobic lifestyle. Biochemical Society Transactions. 42: 917-21
Kingston GA, Judd DJ, Gray MA. (2014) The experience of living with a traumatic hand injury in a rural and remote location: an interpretive phenomenological study. Rural and Remote Health. 14: 2764
Law LL, Barnett F, Yau MK, et al. (2014) Effects of functional tasks exercise on older adults with cognitive impairment at risk of Alzheimer's disease: a randomised controlled trial. Age and Ageing. 43: 813-20
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