Michael E. Hahn, Ph.D.

2003 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
Human Development, Biomedical Engineering
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Li-Shan Chou grad student 2003 University of Oregon
 (Biomechanical assessment of balance control in the elderly: Muscular weakness and dynamic instability.)
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Resseguie SC, Jin L, Hahn ME. (2016) ANALYSIS OF DYNAMIC BALANCE CONTROL IN TRANSTIBIAL AMPUTEES WITH USE OF A POWERED PROSTHETIC FOOT Biomedical Engineering - Applications, Basis and Communications
Hinkel-Lipsker JW, Hahn ME. (2015) Novel Kinetic Strategies Adopted in Asymmetric Split-Belt Treadmill Walking. Journal of Motor Behavior. 1-9
Joshi D, Hahn ME. (2015) Terrain and Direction Classification of Locomotion Transitions Using Neuromuscular and Mechanical Input. Annals of Biomedical Engineering
Joshi D, Nakamura BH, Hahn ME. (2015) High energy spectrogram with integrated prior knowledge for EMG-based locomotion classification. Medical Engineering & Physics. 37: 518-24
Hinkel-Lipsker JW, Hahn ME. (2015) A method for automated control of belt velocity changes with an instrumented treadmill Journal of Biomechanics
Sawers A, Hahn ME. (2013) Gradual training reduces practice difficulty while preserving motor learning of a novel locomotor task. Human Movement Science. 32: 605-17
Sawers A, Kelly VE, Hahn ME. (2013) Effects of gradual versus sudden training on the cognitive demand required while learning a novel locomotor task. Journal of Motor Behavior. 45: 405-14
Adamczyk PG, Roland M, Hahn ME. (2013) Novel method to evaluate angular stiffness of prosthetic feet from linear compression tests. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering. 135: 104502-5
Miller JD, Beazer MS, Hahn ME. (2013) Myoelectric walking mode classification for transtibial amputees. Ieee Transactions On Bio-Medical Engineering. 60: 2745-50
Sawers A, Kelly VE, Kartin D, et al. (2013) Gradual training reduces the challenge to lateral balance control during practice and subsequent performance of a novel locomotor task. Gait & Posture. 38: 907-11
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