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Gelsy Torres-Oviedo
Gelsy Torres-Oviedo
Associate Professor of Bioengineering, Universtity of Pittsburgh
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Muscle synergies characterizing human postural responses
G Torres-Oviedo, LH Ting
Journal of neurophysiology 98 (4), 2144-2156, 2007
6522007
Muscle synergy organization is robust across a variety of postural perturbations
G Torres-Oviedo, JM Macpherson, LH Ting
Journal of neurophysiology 96 (3), 1530-1546, 2006
5532006
Subject-specific muscle synergies in human balance control are consistent across different biomechanical contexts
G Torres-Oviedo, LH Ting
Journal of neurophysiology 103 (6), 3084-3098, 2010
3192010
Muscle synergies: implications for clinical evaluation and rehabilitation of movement
S Safavynia, G Torres-Oviedo, L Ting
Topics in spinal cord injury rehabilitation 17 (1), 16-24, 2011
3052011
Common muscle synergies for control of center of mass and force in nonstepping and stepping postural behaviors
SA Chvatal, G Torres-Oviedo, SA Safavynia, LH Ting
Journal of neurophysiology 106 (2), 999-1015, 2011
2052011
Natural error patterns enable transfer of motor learning to novel contexts
G Torres-Oviedo, AJ Bastian
Journal of neurophysiology 107 (1), 346-356, 2012
1412012
Younger is not always better: development of locomotor adaptation from childhood to adulthood
EVL Vasudevan, G Torres-Oviedo, SM Morton, JF Yang, AJ Bastian
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (8), 3055-3065, 2011
1372011
How does the motor system correct for errors in time and space during locomotor adaptation?
LA Malone, AJ Bastian, G Torres-Oviedo
Journal of neurophysiology 108 (2), 672-683, 2012
1342012
Seeing is believing: effects of visual contextual cues on learning and transfer of locomotor adaptation
G Torres-Oviedo, AJ Bastian
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (50), 17015-17022, 2010
1202010
Locomotor adaptation
G Torres-Oviedo, E Vasudevan, L Malone, AJ Bastian
Progress in brain research 191, 65-74, 2011
1182011
Spatial and temporal control contribute to step length asymmetry during split-belt adaptation and hemiparetic gait
JM Finley, A Long, AJ Bastian, G Torres-Oviedo
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 29 (8), 786-795, 2015
1062015
Localization and extinction of bacterial populations under inhomogeneous growth conditions
AL Lin, BA Mann, G Torres-Oviedo, B Lincoln, J Käs, HL Swinney
Biophysical journal 87 (1), 75-80, 2004
722004
Absence of postural muscle synergies for balance after spinal cord transection
SA Chvatal, JM Macpherson, G Torres-Oviedo, LH Ting
Journal of neurophysiology 110 (6), 1301-1310, 2013
482013
Explicit action switching interferes with the context-specificity of motor memories in older adults
CJ Sombric, HM Harker, PJ Sparto, G Torres-Oviedo
Frontiers in aging neuroscience 9, 40, 2017
402017
Large propulsion demands increase locomotor adaptation at the expense of step length symmetry
CJ Sombric, JS Calvert, G Torres-Oviedo
Frontiers in Physiology 10, 60, 2019
302019
Corrective muscle activity reveals subject-specific sensorimotor recalibration
PA Iturralde, G Torres-Oviedo
eneuro 6 (2), 2019
292019
Direction-specific instability poststroke is associated with deficient motor modules for balance control
D de Kam, AC Geurts, V Weerdesteyn, G Torres-Oviedo
Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair 32 (6-7), 655-666, 2018
262018
Augmenting propulsion demands during split-belt walking increases locomotor adaptation of asymmetric step lengths
CJ Sombric, G Torres-Oviedo
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 17, 1-15, 2020
242020
Explicit Control of Step Timing During Split-Belt Walking Reveals Interdependent Recalibration of Movements in Space and Time
M Gonzalez-Rubio, NF Velasquez, G Torres-Oviedo
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 13:207, 2019
232019
Self-selected step length asymmetry is not explained by energy cost minimization in individuals with chronic stroke
TM Nguyen, RW Jackson, Y Aucie, D de Kam, SH Collins, ...
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 17, 1-16, 2020
152020
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