Quentin Barraud

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Swiss National Institute of Technology 
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Bonizzato M, James ND, Pidpruzhnykova G, et al. (2021) Multi-pronged neuromodulation intervention engages the residual motor circuitry to facilitate walking in a rat model of spinal cord injury. Nature Communications. 12: 1925
Squair JW, Gautier M, Mahe L, et al. (2021) Neuroprosthetic baroreflex controls haemodynamics after spinal cord injury. Nature
Skinnider MA, Squair JW, Kathe C, et al. (2020) Cell type prioritization in single-cell data. Nature Biotechnology
Bourrier A, Shkorbatova P, Bonizzato M, et al. (2019) Monolayer Graphene Coating of Intracortical Probes for Long-Lasting Neural Activity Monitoring. Advanced Healthcare Materials. e1801331
Hutson TH, Kathe C, Palmisano I, et al. (2019) Cbp-dependent histone acetylation mediates axon regeneration induced by environmental enrichment in rodent spinal cord injury models. Science Translational Medicine. 11
Asboth L, Friedli L, Beauparlant J, et al. (2018) Cortico-reticulo-spinal circuit reorganization enables functional recovery after severe spinal cord contusion. Nature Neuroscience
Wurth S, Capogrosso M, Raspopovic S, et al. (2017) Long-term usability and bio-integration of polyimide-based intra-neural stimulating electrodes. Biomaterials. 122: 114-129
Capogrosso M, Milekovic T, Borton D, et al. (2016) A brain-spine interface alleviating gait deficits after spinal cord injury in primates. Nature. 539: 284-288
Wenger N, Moraud EM, Gandar J, et al. (2016) Spatiotemporal neuromodulation therapies engaging muscle synergies improve motor control after spinal cord injury. Nature Medicine
Friedli L, Rosenzweig ES, Barraud Q, et al. (2015) Pronounced species divergence in corticospinal tract reorganization and functional recovery after lateralized spinal cord injury favors primates. Science Translational Medicine. 7: 302ra134
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