Daniel P. Ferris, Ph.D.
|2001-2017||School of Kinesiology||University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI|
|2017-||Department of Biomedical Engineering||University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States|
Area:Neural Control and Biomechanics of Human Locomotion
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|Hybart RL, Ferris DP. (2022) Preliminary Validation of Proportional Myoelectric Control of A Commercially Available Robotic Ankle Exoskeleton. Ieee ... International Conference On Rehabilitation Robotics : [Proceedings]. 2022: 1-5|
|Studnicki A, Downey RJ, Ferris DP. (2022) Characterizing and Removing Artifacts Using Dual-Layer EEG during Table Tennis. Sensors (Basel, Switzerland). 22|
|MacLean MK, Ferris DP. (2022) Effects of simulated reduced gravity and walking speed on ankle, knee, and hip quasi-stiffness in overground walking. Plos One. 17: e0271927|
|Symeonidou ER, Ferris DP. (2022) Intermittent Visual Occlusions Increase Balance Training Effectiveness. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 16: 748930|
|Peterson SM, Ferris DP. (2021) Human electrocortical, electromyographical, ocular, and kinematic data during perturbed walking and standing. Data in Brief. 39: 107635|
|De Sanctis P, Solis-Escalante T, Seeber M, et al. (2021) Time to move: Brain dynamics underlying natural action and cognition. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 54: 8075-8080|
|MacLean MK, Ferris DP. (2021) Human muscle activity and lower limb biomechanics of overground walking at varying levels of simulated reduced gravity and gait speeds. Plos One. 16: e0253467|
|Fleming A, Stafford N, Huang S, et al. (2021) Myoelectric control of robotic lower limb prostheses: a review of electromyography interfaces, control paradigms, challenges and future directions. Journal of Neural Engineering|
|Schlink BR, Nordin AD, Brooks CN, et al. (2021) Fatigue induces altered spatial myoelectric activation patterns in the medial gastrocnemius during locomotion. Journal of Neurophysiology|
|Schlink BR, Nordin AD, Ferris DP. (2020) Comparison of Signal Processing Methods for Reducing Motion Artifacts in High-Density Electromyography During Human Locomotion. Ieee Open Journal of Engineering in Medicine and Biology. 1: 156-165|