Karl E. Zelik, Ph.D.

2012 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Biomechanics Biophysics
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Arthur D. Kuo grad student 2012 University of Michigan
 (Passive Energy-Saving Mechanisms in Human Locomotion.)
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Honert EC, Bastas G, Zelik KE. (2020) Effects of toe length, foot arch length and toe joint axis on walking biomechanics. Human Movement Science. 70: 102594
Honert EC, Zelik KE. (2019) Foot and shoe responsible for majority of soft tissue work in early stance of walking. Human Movement Science. 64: 191-202
Honert EC, Bastas G, Zelik KE. (2018) Effect of toe joint stiffness and toe shape on walking biomechanics. Bioinspiration & Biomimetics
Zelik KE, Honert EC. (2018) Ankle and foot power in gait analysis: Implications for science, technology and clinical assessment. Journal of Biomechanics
Zelik KE, Adamczyk PG. (2016) A unified perspective on ankle push-off in human walking. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 219: 3676-3683
Honert EC, Zelik KE. (2016) Inferring Muscle-Tendon Unit Power from Ankle Joint Power during the Push-Off Phase of Human Walking: Insights from a Multiarticular EMG-Driven Model. Plos One. 11: e0163169
Yandell MB, Zelik KE. (2016) Preferred Barefoot Step Frequency is Influenced by Factors Beyond Minimizing Metabolic Rate. Scientific Reports. 6: 23243
Skinner NE, Zelik KE, Kuo AD. (2015) Subjective valuation of cushioning in a human drop landing task as quantified by trade-offs in mechanical work. Journal of Biomechanics. 48: 1887-92
Zelik KE, Takahashi KZ, Sawicki GS. (2015) Six degree-of-freedom analysis of hip, knee, ankle and foot provides updated understanding of biomechanical work during human walking. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 218: 876-86
Zelik KE, La Scaleia V, Ivanenko YP, et al. (2015) Coordination of intrinsic and extrinsic foot muscles during walking. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 115: 691-701
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