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  1. In 2023, the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the National Institute of Health (NIH) brought together engineers, scientists, and clinicians by sponsoring a conference on computational modelling in neurore...

    Authors: Joshua G. A. Cashaback, Jessica L. Allen, Amber Hsiao-Yang Chou, David J. Lin, Mark A. Price, Natalija K. Secerovic, Seungmoon Song, Haohan Zhang and Haylie L. Miller
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:23
  2. Exoskeleton-aided active rehabilitation is a process that requires sensing and acting upon the motion intentions of the user. Typically, force sensors are used for this. However, they increase the weight and c...

    Authors: Piotr Falkowski and Kajetan Jeznach
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:22
  3. Lack of standardized assessments that explicitly quantify performance during prosthetic grip selection poses difficulty determining whether efforts to improve the design of multi-grip hands and their control a...

    Authors: Christina Lee, Alex K. Vaskov, Alicia J. Davis, Jordan M. Kartes and Deanna H. Gates
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:21
  4. Authors: G. Saussez, R. Bailly, R. Araneda, J. Paradis, D. Ebner-Karestinos, A. Klöcker, E. S. Sogbossi, I. Riquelme, S. Brochard and Y. Bleyenheuft
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:20

    The original article was published in Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:98

  5. Authors: Alex Rizzato, Martina Pizzichemi, Erica Gobbi, Adriana Gerardi, Claudia Fortin, Ancuta Copcia, Antonio Paoli and Giuseppe Marcolin
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:19

    The original article was published in Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:87

  6. Practicing clinicians in neurorehabilitation continue to lack a systematic evidence base to personalize rehabilitation therapies to individual patients and thereby maximize outcomes. Computational modeling— co...

    Authors: David J. Lin, Deborah Backus, Stuti Chakraborty, Sook-Lei Liew, Francisco J. Valero-Cuevas, Carolynn Patten and R James Cotton
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:18
  7. In recognition of the importance and timeliness of computational models for accelerating progress in neurorehabilitation, the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) ...

    Authors: Grace M. Hwang, Jonathan Kulwatno, Theresa H. Cruz, Daofen Chen, Toyin Ajisafe, Joseph D. Monaco, Ralph Nitkin, Stephanie M. George, Carol Lucas, Steven M. Zehnder and Lucy T. Zhang
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:17
  8. Although some studies suggest that robot-assisted technology can significantly improve upper limb function in stroke patients compared to traditional rehabilitation training, it is still necessary to incorpora...

    Authors: Qian Liu, Li Liu, Zuoyan Liu, Yang Xu, Fang Wang, Hong Cheng and Xiuying Hu
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:16
  9. Computerized posturography obtained in standing conditions has been applied to classify fall risk for older adults or disease groups. Combining machine learning (ML) approaches is superior to traditional regre...

    Authors: Huey-Wen Liang, Rasoul Ameri, Shahab Band, Hsin-Shui Chen, Sung-Yu Ho, Bilal Zaidan, Kai-Chieh Chang and Arthur Chang
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:15
  10. Children with a unilateral congenital below elbow deficiency (UCBED) have one typical upper limb and one that lacks a hand, ending below the elbow at the proximal/mid forearm. UCBED is an isolated condition, a...

    Authors: Justin J. Fitzgerald, Marcus A. Battraw, Michelle A. James, Anita M. Bagley, Jonathon S. Schofield and Wilsaan M. Joiner
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:13
  11. Chronicity and lack of motivation often go together during the upper limb rehabilitation process in stroke. Virtual reality is a useful tool in this context, providing safe, intensive, individualised treatment...

    Authors: Ángela Aguilera-Rubio, Isabel M. Alguacil-Diego, Ana Mallo-López, Alberto Jardón Huete, Edwin D. Oña and Alicia Cuesta-Gómez
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:12
  12. The ability to walk is an important factor in quality of life after stroke. Co-activation of hip adductors and knee extensors has been shown to correlate with gait impairment. We have shown previously that tra...

    Authors: Abed Khorasani, Joel Hulsizer, Vivek Paul, Cynthia Gorski, Yasin Y. Dhaher and Marc W. Slutzky
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:11
  13. Restorative Brain–Computer Interfaces (BCI) that combine motor imagery with visual feedback and functional electrical stimulation (FES) may offer much-needed treatment alternatives for patients with severely i...

    Authors: Iris Brunner, Camilla Biering Lundquist, Asger Roer Pedersen, Erika G. Spaich, Strahinja Dosen and Andrej Savic
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:10
  14. The locked-in syndrome (LIS), due to a lesion in the pons, impedes communication. This situation can also be met after some severe brain injury or in advanced Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). In the most s...

    Authors: Perrine Séguin, Emmanuel Maby, Mélodie Fouillen, Anatole Otman, Jacques Luauté, Pascal Giraux, Dominique Morlet and Jérémie Mattout
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:9
  15. Tremors are involuntary rhythmic movements commonly present in neurological diseases such as Parkinson's disease, essential tremor, and multiple sclerosis. Intention tremor is a subtype associated with lesions...

    Authors: Natalia Paredes-Acuna, Daniel Utpadel-Fischler, Keqin Ding, Nitish V. Thakor and Gordon Cheng
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:8
  16. Seventy-five percent of stroke survivors, caregivers, and health care professionals (HCP) believe current therapy practices are insufficient, specifically calling out the upper extremity as an area where innov...

    Authors: Eric C. Meyers, David Gabrieli, Nick Tacca, Lauren Wengerd, Michael Darrow, Bryan R. Schlink, Ian Baumgart and David A. Friedenberg
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:7
  17. Anodal transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) is a beneficial adjunctive tool in stroke rehabilitation. However, only a few studies have investigated its effects on acute stroke and recruited only indi...

    Authors: O. Vimolratana, B. Aneksan, V. Siripornpanich, V. Hiengkaew, T. Prathum, W. Jeungprasopsuk, T. Khaokhiew, R. Vachalathiti and W. Klomjai
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:6
  18. The original version of the Tenodesis-Induced-Grip Exoskeleton Robot (TIGER) significantly improved the motor and functional performance of the affected upper extremity of chronic stroke patients. The assist-a...

    Authors: Hsiu-Yun Hsu, Chia-Lin Koh, Kang-Chin Yang, Yu-Ching Lin, Chieh-Hsiang Hsu, Fong-Chin Su and Li-Chieh Kuo
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:5
  19. Recently we reported the design and evaluation of floating semi-implantable devices that receive power from and bidirectionally communicate with an external system using coupling by volume conduction. The appr...

    Authors: Laura Becerra-Fajardo, Jesus Minguillon, Marc Oliver Krob, Camila Rodrigues, Miguel González-Sánchez, Álvaro Megía-García, Carolina Redondo Galán, Francisco Gutiérrez Henares, Albert Comerma, Antonio J. del-Ama, Angel Gil-Agudo, Francisco Grandas, Andreas Schneider-Ickert, Filipe Oliveira Barroso and Antoni Ivorra
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:4
  20. Technological advancements in functional neuroimaging and motion capture have led to the development of novel methods that facilitate the diagnosis and rehabilitation of motor deficits. These advancements allo...

    Authors: Emanuel A. Lorenz, Xiaomeng Su and Nina Skjæret-Maroni
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:3
  21. Analysis of tongue movement would benefit from a reference showcasing healthy tongue capability. We aimed to develop a reference of tongue capability and evaluated the role of visual feedback on the expression...

    Authors: Veronica Bratland, Kyle Coda, Mohamad Merei, Leila Ahmadian, Edna M. Babbitt, James. L. Patton and Hananeh Esmailbeigi
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:2
  22. Walking speed and energy economy tend to decline with age. Lower-limb exoskeletons have demonstrated potential to improve either measure, but primarily in studies conducted on healthy younger adults. Promising...

    Authors: Ava Lakmazaheri, Seungmoon Song, Brian B. Vuong, Blake Biskner, Deborah M. Kado and Steven H. Collins
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2024 21:1
  23. There is currently no objective and accurate clinical assessment of reticular neuromuscular control in healthy subjects or patients with upper motor neuron injury. As a result, clinical dysfunctions of neuromu...

    Authors: Jinping Li, Xianglian Kang, Ke Li, Ying Xu, Zhengfei Wang, Xinzhi Zhang, Qingjia Guo, Runing Ji and Ying Hou
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:170
  24. Currently, there is little available in-depth analysis of the biomechanical effect of different prostheses on the musculoskeletal system function and residual limb internal loading for persons with bilateral t...

    Authors: Diana Toderita, Clement D. Favier, David P. Henson, Vasiliki Vardakastani, Kate Sherman, Alexander N. Bennett and Anthony M. J. Bull
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:169
  25. In recent years, the use of virtual reality (VR) as a complementary intervention in treating cognitive impairment has significantly increased. VR applications based on instrumental activities of daily living (...

    Authors: Jorge Buele, José Luis Varela-Aldás and Guillermo Palacios-Navarro
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:168
  26. Early Mobilization in Intensive Care Units (ICUs) enhances patients’ evolution, but has been rarely studied in neurological ICUs. The aim of this study was to assess gait training with body-weight support (BWS...

    Authors: Claire Jourdan, Fanny Pradalier, Kevin Chalard, Margrit Ascher, Francisco Miron Duran, Frédérique Pavillard, Frédéric Greco, Myriam Mellouk, Stéphane Fournier, Flora Djanikian, Isabelle Laffont, Anthony Gelis and Pierre-François Perrigault
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:167
  27. A stroke frequently results in impaired performance of activities of daily life. Many of these are highly dependent on effective coordination between the two arms. In the context of bimanual movements, cyclic ...

    Authors: Pei-Cheng Shih, Christopher J. Steele, Dennis Hoepfel, Toni Muffel, Arno Villringer and Bernhard Sehm
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:166
  28. Strokes may cause some swallowing difficulty or associated dysphagia in 25–80% of patients. This phenomenon has been linked to increased morbidity and mortality. Therefore, the aim of this study was to evaluate t...

    Authors: Nerea Gómez-García, Lorena Álvarez-Barrio, Raquel Leirós-Rodríguez, Anxela Soto-Rodríguez, Elena Andrade-Gómez and Pablo Hernández-Lucas
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:165
  29. Biofeedback is a promising noninvasive strategy to enhance gait training among individuals with cerebral palsy (CP). Commonly, biofeedback systems are designed to guide movement correction using audio, visual,...

    Authors: Alyssa M. Spomer, Benjamin C. Conner, Michael H. Schwartz, Zachary F. Lerner and Katherine M. Steele
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:164
  30. Muscles in the post-stroke arm commonly demonstrate abnormal reflexes that result in increased position- and velocity-dependent resistance to movement. We sought to develop a reliable way to quantify mechanica...

    Authors: Priyanka Kanade-Mehta, Maria Bengtson, Tina Stoeckmann, John McGuire, Claude Ghez and Robert A. Scheidt
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:163
  31. Robotic hand orthoses (RHO) aim to provide grasp assistance for people with sensorimotor hand impairment during daily tasks. Many of such devices have been shown to bring a functional benefit to the user. Howe...

    Authors: Jan Dittli, Jan T. Meyer, Jessica Gantenbein, Tobias Bützer, Raffaele Ranzani, Anita Linke, Armin Curt, Roger Gassert and Olivier Lambercy
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:162
  32. In neurorehabilitation, problems with visuospatial attention, including unilateral spatial neglect, are prevalent and routinely assessed by pen-and-paper tests, which are limited in accuracy and sensitivity. I...

    Authors: David R. Painter, Michael F. Norwood, Chelsea H. Marsh, Trevor Hine, Daniel Harvie, Marilia Libera, Julie Bernhardt, Leslie Gan and Heidi Zeeman
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:161
  33. Authors: Ángel Gil-Agudo, Álvaro Megía-García, José Luis Pons, Isabel Sinovas-Alonso, Natalia Comino-Suárez, Vicente Lozano-Berrio and Antonio J. del-Ama
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:160

    The original article was published in Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:36

  34. In clinical practice, motor imagery has been proposed as a treatment modality for stroke owing to its feasibility in patients with severe motor impairment. Motor imagery-based interventions can be categorized ...

    Authors: Kenya Tanamachi, Wataru Kuwahara, Megumi Okawada, Shun Sasaki and Fuminari Kaneko
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:159
  35. This scoping review uniquely aims to map the current state of the literature on the applications of wearable sensors in people with or at risk of developing upper extremity musculoskeletal (UE-MSK) conditions,...

    Authors: Sohrob Milani Zadeh, Joy MacDermid, James Johnson, Trevor B. Birmingham and Erfan Shafiee
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:158
  36. Individuals with a locked-in state live with severe whole-body paralysis that limits their ability to communicate with family and loved ones. Recent advances in brain–computer interface (BCI) technology have p...

    Authors: Evan Canny, Mariska J. Vansteensel, Sandra M. A. van der Salm, Gernot R. Müller-Putz and Julia Berezutskaya
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:157
  37. In the recent past, wearable devices have been used for gait rehabilitation in patients with Parkinson’s disease. The objective of this paper is to analyze the outcome of a wearable hip orthosis whose assistan...

    Authors: Virginie Otlet, Clémence Vandamme, Thibault Warlop, Frédéric Crevecoeur and Renaud Ronsse
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:156
  38. Sensory stimulation can play a fundamental role in the activation of the primary sensorimotor cortex (S1-M1), which can promote motor learning and M1 plasticity in stroke patients. However, studies have focuse...

    Authors: Wei Li, Chong Li, Aixian Liu, Ping-Ju Lin, Linhong Mo, Hongliang Zhao, Quan Xu, Xiangzun Meng and Linhong Ji
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:155
  39. Robots have been proposed as tools to measure bimanual coordination in children with unilateral cerebral palsy (uCP). However, previous research only examined one task and clinical interpretation remains chall...

    Authors: Lisa Decraene, Jean-Jacques Orban de Xivry, Lize Kleeren, Monica Crotti, Geert Verheyden, Els Ortibus, Hilde Feys, Lisa Mailleux and Katrijn Klingels
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:154
  40. Unilateral stroke leads to asymmetric deficits in movement performance; yet its effects on naturalistic bimanual actions, a key aspect of everyday functions, are understudied. Particularly, how naturalistic bi...

    Authors: Cory A. Potts and Shailesh S. Kantak
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:153
  41. Control system design for a microprocessor-controlled hip–knee–ankle–foot (HKAF) prosthesis is a challenge since hip disarticulation amputees lack the entire leg and, therefore, only have pelvis movement as us...

    Authors: Farshad Golshan, Natalie Baddour, Hossein Gholizadeh and Edward D. Lemaire
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:152
  42. Peripheral nerve injuries and central neurologic conditions can result in extensive disabilities. In cases with unilateral impairment, assessing the asymmetry between the upper extremity has been used to asses...

    Authors: Sandesh G. Bhat, Alexander Y. Shin and Kenton R. Kaufman
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:151
  43. Previous studies showed that repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) reduces spasticity after stroke. However, clinical assessments like the modified Ashworth scale, cannot discriminate stretch ref...

    Authors: Wala Mahmoud, Hans Hultborn, Jagoba Zuluaga, Christoph Zrenner, Brigitte Zrenner, Ulf Ziemann and Ander Ramos-Murguialday
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:150
  44. Effective communication is especially important in the wearable robots (WRs) community, which encloses a great variety of devices across different application domains, e.g., healthcare, occupational, and consu...

    Authors: Stefano Massardi, Kristín Briem, Jan F. Veneman, Diego Torricelli and Juan C. Moreno
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:149
  45. High-intensity gait training is widely recognized as an effective rehabilitation approach after stroke. Soft robotic exosuits that enhance post-stroke gait mechanics have the potential to improve the rehabilit...

    Authors: Franchino Porciuncula, Dheepak Arumukhom Revi, Teresa C. Baker, Regina Sloutsky, Conor J. Walsh, Terry D. Ellis and Louis N. Awad
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:148
  46. The prosthetic socket is a key component that influences prosthesis satisfaction, with a poorly fitting prosthetic socket linked to prosthesis abandonment and reduced community participation. This paper review...

    Authors: Michael Baldock, Nicolaas Pickard, Michael Prince, Sarah Kirkwood, Alix Chadwell, David Howard, Alex Dickinson, Laurence Kenney, Niamh Gill and Sam Curtin
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:147
  47. In stroke rehabilitation, wearable technology can be used as an intervention modality by providing timely, meaningful feedback on motor performance. Stroke survivors’ preferences may offer a unique perspective...

    Authors: Marika Demers, Amelia Cain, Lauri Bishop, Tanisha Gunby, Justin B. Rowe, Daniel K. Zondervan and Carolee J. Winstein
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:146
  48. Manual wheelchair propulsion is widely accepted to be biomechanically inefficient, with a high prevalence of shoulder pain and injuries among users. Directional control during wheelchair movement is a major, y...

    Authors: Reto Togni, Roland Zemp, Pleuni Kirch, Stefan Plüss, Riemer J. K. Vegter and William R. Taylor
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:145
  49. Learning of a visuomotor task not only leads to changes in motor performance but also improves proprioceptive function of the trained joint/limb system. Such sensorimotor learning may show intra-joint transfer...

    Authors: Huiying Zhu, Yizhao Wang, Naveen Elangovan, Leonardo Cappello, Giulio Sandini, Lorenzo Masia and Jürgen Konczak
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2023 20:143

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