Gregoire Courtine, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Swiss National Institute of Technology 
Area:
Spinal cord injury rehabilitation
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Moritz C, Field-Fote EC, Tefertiller C, et al. (2024) Non-invasive spinal cord electrical stimulation for arm and hand function in chronic tetraplegia: a safety and efficacy trial. Nature Medicine. 30: 1276-1283
Bezard E, Bloch J, Courtine G. (2024) [A spinal neuroprosthesis against locomotor deficits in Parkinson's disease]. Medecine Sciences : M/S. 40: 104-106
Squair JW, Milano M, de Coucy A, et al. (2023) Recovery of walking after paralysis by regenerating characterized neurons to their natural target region. Science (New York, N.Y.). 381: 1338-1345
Lorach H, Galvez A, Spagnolo V, et al. (2023) Walking naturally after spinal cord injury using a brain-spine interface. Nature. 618: 126-133
Soriano JE, Hudelle R, Squair JW, et al. (2022) Longitudinal interrogation of sympathetic neural circuits and hemodynamics in preclinical models. Nature Protocols
Anderson MA, Squair JW, Gautier M, et al. (2022) Natural and targeted circuit reorganization after spinal cord injury. Nature Neuroscience. 25: 1584-1596
Kathe C, Skinnider MA, Hutson TH, et al. (2022) The neurons that restore walking after paralysis. Nature. 611: 540-547
Matson KJE, Russ DE, Kathe C, et al. (2022) Single cell atlas of spinal cord injury in mice reveals a pro-regenerative signature in spinocerebellar neurons. Nature Communications. 13: 5628
Thenaisie Y, Lee K, Moerman C, et al. (2022) Principles of gait encoding in the subthalamic nucleus of people with Parkinson's disease. Science Translational Medicine. 14: eabo1800
Barra B, Conti S, Perich MG, et al. (2022) Epidural electrical stimulation of the cervical dorsal roots restores voluntary upper limb control in paralyzed monkeys. Nature Neuroscience
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