Jean-Baptiste Mignardot

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Swiss National Institute of Technology 
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Cattagni T, Harnie J, Jubeau M, et al. (2019) Corrigendum to "Neural and muscular factors both contribute to plantar-flexor muscle weakness in older fallers" [Exp. Gerontol. 112 (2018) 127-134]. Experimental Gerontology. 115: 165-166
Wagner FB, Mignardot JB, Le Goff-Mignardot CG, et al. (2018) Targeted neurotechnology restores walking in humans with spinal cord injury. Nature. 563: 65-71
Formento E, Minassian K, Wagner F, et al. (2018) Electrical spinal cord stimulation must preserve proprioception to enable locomotion in humans with spinal cord injury. Nature Neuroscience
Cattagni T, Harnie J, Jubeau M, et al. (2018) Neural and muscular factors both contribute to plantar-flexor muscle weakness in older fallers. Experimental Gerontology. 112: 127-134
Mignardot JB, Le Goff CG, van den Brand R, et al. (2017) A multidirectional gravity-assist algorithm that enhances locomotor control in patients with stroke or spinal cord injury. Science Translational Medicine. 9
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
Mignardot JB, Deschamps T, Le Goff CG, et al. (2015) Neuromuscular electrical stimulation leads to physiological gains enhancing postural balance in the pre-frail elderly. Physiological Reports. 3
van den Brand R, Mignardot JB, von Zitzewitz J, et al. (2015) Neuroprosthetic technologies to augment the impact of neurorehabilitation after spinal cord injury. Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
Mignardot JB, Deschamps T, Barrey E, et al. (2014) Gait disturbances as specific predictive markers of the first fall onset in elderly people: a two-year prospective observational study. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 6: 22
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