Neuroscience 2013. Nov 9-13, San Diego, California


D. Lu, V. Edgerton, N. Au Yong, M. Modaber, E. Morikawa, E. Anaya, S. Zdunowski, R. Roy, Y. Gerasimenko Engaging the cervical spinal cord circuitry to re-enable volitional control of hand function in tetraplegic patients

P. Shah, G. Garcia-Alias, S. Zych, S. Ahsan, H. Zhong, R. Roy, N. Tillakaratne, Y. Gerasimenko, V. Edgerton. Identification of interneuronal networks for different stepping behaviors in adult spinal rats.

Y. P. Gerasimenko, D. Lu, M. Modaber, E. Morikawa, R. Virani, P. Gad, R. R. Roy, V. R. Edgerton. Noninvasive reactivation of dormant motor descending control after complete paralysis

P. Gad, J. Choe, P. Shah G. Garcia-Alias3, M. Rath, Y. Gerasimenko, H. Zhong, R. R. Roy, V. R. Edgerton. Sub-threshold spinal cord stimulation facilitates spontaneous motor activity in spinal rats

B. N. Pham, Jr, P. Gad, J. Choe, M. Nandra, Y. Gerasimenko, Y.-C. Tai, H. Zhong, R. Roy, V. Edgerton. Relationship between epidurally evoked motor potentials under non-weight-bearing or weight-bearing conditions and stepping patterns in spinal rats

C. A. Angeli, K. Gurley, Y. Gerasimenko, V. Edgerton, S. Harkema. Mapping spinal cord motor excitation and muscle recruitment in humans using epidural stimulation of the lumbrosacral spinal cord

E. Rejc, C. Angeli, V. R. Edgerton, Y. Gerasimenko, S. J. Harkema. Effects of epidural stimulation of the lumbosacral spinal cord in standing after motor complete spinal cord injury

D. Sayenko, D. Atkinson, C. Dy, E. Rejc, K. Gurley, V. Smith, C. Ferreira, C. Angeli, R. Edgerton, Y. Gerasimenko, S. Harkema. Location-specific effects of transcutaneous lumbar spinal stimulation on the recruitment of proximal and distal leg muscles in healthy individuals

P. V. Zelenin, P. E. Musienko, Y. P. Gerasimenko, G. N. Orlovsky, T. G. Deliagina. Mechanisms of balance control during locomotion

D. C. Dunbar, M. Caceres, B. Vazquez, Y. Gerasimenko, R. R. Roy, H. Zhong, D. C. Lu, S. Zdunowski, M. M. Contes, D. Mangual, L. A. Ruiz, M. Rosario, V. R. Edgerton. Spinal neuromodulation via epidural stimulation to facilitate stepping in a rhesus after spinal cord injury