Jonathan Trinastic - Publications

2008-2013 Power Grid State of Florida 

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2014 Hamdan R, Trinastic JP, Cheng HP. Molecular dynamics study of the mechanical loss in amorphous pure and doped silica. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 141: 054501. PMID 25106591 DOI: 10.1063/1.4890958  0.36
2014 Harnish S, Meinzer M, Trinastic J, Fitzgerald D, Page S. Language changes coincide with motor and fMRI changes following upper extremity motor therapy for hemiparesis: a brief report. Brain Imaging and Behavior. 8: 370-7. PMID 21989635 DOI: 10.1007/s11682-011-9139-y  0.36
2013 Meropol NJ, Egleston BL, Buzaglo JS, Balshem A, Benson AB, Cegala DJ, Cohen RB, Collins M, Diefenbach MA, Miller SM, Fleisher L, Millard JL, Ross EA, Schulman KA, Silver A, ... ... Trinastic J, et al. A Web-based communication aid for patients with cancer: the CONNECT Study. Cancer. 119: 1437-45. PMID 23335150 DOI: 10.1002/cncr.27874  0.36
2013 Sudhyadhom A, McGregor K, Okun MS, Foote KD, Trinastic J, Crosson B, Bova FJ. Delineation of motor and somatosensory thalamic subregions utilizing probabilistic diffusion tractography and electrophysiology. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging : Jmri. 37: 600-9. PMID 23060259 DOI: 10.1002/jmri.23861  0.36
2010 Trinastic JP, Kautz SA, McGregor K, Gregory C, Bowden M, Benjamin MB, Kurtzman M, Chang YL, Conway T, Crosson B. An fMRI study of the differences in brain activity during active ankle dorsiflexion and plantarflexion. Brain Imaging and Behavior. 4: 121-31. PMID 20502995 DOI: 10.1007/s11682-010-9091-2  0.36
2008 Fleisher L, Buzaglo J, Collins M, Millard J, Miller SM, Egleston BL, Solarino N, Trinastic J, Cegala DJ, Benson AB, Schulman KA, Weinfurt KP, Sulmasy D, Diefenbach MA, Meropol NJ. Using health communication best practices to develop a web-based provider-patient communication aid: the CONNECT study. Patient Education and Counseling. 71: 378-87. PMID 18417312 DOI: 10.1016/j.pec.2008.02.017  0.36
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