Suzanne M. Cox

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2016- Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
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Sutton GP, St Pierre R, Kuo CY, et al. (2022) Dual spring force couples yield multifunctionality and ultrafast, precision rotation in tiny biomechanical systems. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 225
Cox SM, DeBoef A, Salzano MQ, et al. (2021) Plasticity of the gastrocnemius elastic system in response to decreased work and power demand during growth. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Katugam K, Cox SM, Salzano MQ, et al. (2020) Altering the Mechanical Load Environment During Growth Does Not Affect Adult Achilles Tendon Properties in an Avian Bipedal Model. Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology. 8: 994
Cox SM, Gillis GB. (2020) The integration of sensory feedback in the modulation of anuran landing preparation. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Cox SM, Salzano MQ, Piazza SJ, et al. (2019) Eliminating high-intensity activity during growth reduces mechanical power capacity but not sub-maximal metabolic cost in a bipedal animal model. Journal of Applied Physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985)
Longo SJ, Cox SM, Azizi E, et al. (2019) Beyond power amplification: latch-mediated spring actuation is an emerging framework for the study of diverse elastic systems. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 222
Salzano MQ, Cox SM, Piazza SJ, et al. (2018) High-acceleration training during growth increases optimal muscle fascicle lengths in an avian bipedal model. Journal of Biomechanics
Cox SM, Ekstrom LJ, Gillis GB. (2018) The Influence of Visual, Vestibular and Hindlimb Proprioceptive Ablations on Landing Preparation in Cane Toads. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Ilton M, Bhamla MS, Ma X, et al. (2018) The principles of cascading power limits in small, fast biological and engineered systems. Science (New York, N.Y.). 360
Cox SM, Gillis G. (2016) Evidence toads may modulate landing preparation without predicting impact time. Biology Open
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