William E. McIlroy

University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Neuroscience Biology
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Adams MS, Niechwiej-Szwedo E, McIlroy WE, et al. (2020) A History of Concussion Affects Relevancy-Based Modulation of Cortical Responses to Tactile Stimuli. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience. 14: 33
Miyasike-daSilva V, Singer JC, McIlroy WE. (2019) A role for the lower visual field information in stair climbing. Gait & Posture. 70: 162-167
Waugh JLS, Huang E, Fraser JE, et al. (2019) Online Learning of Gait Models from Older Adult Data. Ieee Transactions On Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering : a Publication of the Ieee Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
Varghese JP, Staines WR, McIlroy WE. (2019) Activity in Functional Cortical Networks Temporally Associated with Postural Instability. Neuroscience. 401: 43-58
Mansfield A, Inness EL, Mcilroy WE. (2018) Stroke. Handbook of Clinical Neurology. 159: 205-228
Inness EL, Bayley M, Biasin L, et al. (2017) Fostering Clinical-Research Partnerships to Advance Physiotherapy Practice: The Role of an Innovative Neuro-Rehabilitation Clinic. Physiotherapy Canada. Physiotherapie Canada. 69: 187-192
Hicks RA, Hall PA, Staines WR, et al. (2017) Frontal alpha asymmetry and aerobic exercise: are changes due to cardiovascular demand or bilateral rhythmic movement? Biological Psychology
Patterson KK, Inness E, McIlroy WE, et al. (2017) A Retrospective Analysis of Post-Stroke Berg Balance Scale Scores: How Should Normal and At-Risk Scores Be Interpreted? Physiotherapy Canada. Physiotherapie Canada. 69: 142-149
Mochizuki G, Boe SG, Marlin A, et al. (2017) Performance of a concurrent cognitive task modifies pre- and post-perturbation evoked cortical activity. Neuroscience
Beyer KB, D Sage M, Richard Staines W, et al. (2017) A single aerobic exercise session accelerates movement execution but not central processing. Neuroscience
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