Kenneth Meijer

Affiliations: 
Maastricht University, Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands 
Area:
Gait analysis, stability of walking, muscle mechanics
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Parents

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Henk Grootenboer grad student 1993-1998 University of Twente
Peter Huijing grad student 1993-1998 VU Amsterdam
Bart Koopman grad student 1993-1998 University of Twente
Robert J. Full post-doc 1999-2001 UC Berkeley

Children

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Janneke Annegarn grad student 2007-2011 Maastricht University
Rachel Senden grad student 2007-2012 Maastricht University
Tom Melai grad student 2008-2013 Maastricht University
Robert Mann grad student 2011-2015 Maastricht University
Michiel Oosterwaal grad student 2011-2015 Maastricht University
Herman Ijzerman grad student 2008-2016 Maastricht University
Pieter Oomen grad student 2010-2018 Maastricht University
Waiyan Liu grad student 2013-2018 Maastricht University
Hans Essers grad student 2014-2018 Maastricht University
Li-Juan Jie grad student 2015-2019 Maastricht University
Christopher McCrum grad student 2015-2019 Maastricht University
Meichan Zhu grad student 2021-2025 Maastricht University (Neurotree)
Alessio Murgia post-doc 2009-2012 Maastricht University
Bas van Hooren research scientist 2017-2018 Maastricht University

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Maarten Drost collaborator 2001- Maastricht University
Hans Savelberg collaborator 2001- Maastricht University
Kiros Karamanidis collaborator 2008- London South Bank University
Herman Kingma collaborator 2015- (Neurotree)
Wiebren Zijlstra collaborator 2015- Sports University Cologne
Anna N. Ahn collaborator 1999-2001 UC Berkeley (Neurotree)
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Moll I, Marcellis RGJ, Coenen MLP, et al. (2022) A randomized crossover study of functional electrical stimulation during walking in spastic cerebral palsy: the FES on participation (FESPa) trial. Bmc Pediatrics. 22: 37
McCrum C, Vaes AW, Delbressine JM, et al. (2021) A pilot study on the feasibility and effectiveness of treadmill-based perturbations for assessing and improving walking stability in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Clinical Biomechanics (Bristol, Avon). 91: 105538
Theunissen K, Van Hooren B, Plasqui G, et al. (2021) Self-paced and fixed speed treadmill walking yield similar energetics and biomechanics across different speeds. Gait & Posture. 92: 2-7
Bosquée J, Werth J, Epro G, et al. (2021) The ability to increase the base of support and recover stability is limited in its generalisation for different balance perturbation tasks. European Review of Aging and Physical Activity : Official Journal of the European Group For Research Into Elderly and Physical Activity. 18: 20
Gerards MHG, Meijer K, Karamanidis K, et al. (2021) Adaptability to Balance Perturbations During Walking as a Potential Marker of Falls History in Older Adults. Frontiers in Sports and Active Living. 3: 682861
Theunissen K, Plasqui G, Boonen A, et al. (2021) The Relationship Between Walking Speed and the Energetic Cost of Walking in Persons With Multiple Sclerosis and Healthy Controls: A Systematic Review. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 15459683211005028
Herssens N, Saeys W, Vereeck L, et al. (2021) An exploratory investigation on spatiotemporal parameters, margins of stability, and their interaction in bilateral vestibulopathy. Scientific Reports. 11: 6427
van Dijk-Huisman HC, Bijnens W, Senden R, et al. (2021) Optimization and Validation of a Classification Algorithm for Assessment of Physical Activity in Hospitalized Patients. Sensors (Basel, Switzerland). 21
Jie LJ, Kleynen M, Meijer K, et al. (2021) Implicit and Explicit Motor Learning Interventions Have Similar Effects on Walking Speed in People After Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Physical Therapy
Gerards MHG, Marcellis RGJ, Poeze M, et al. (2021) Perturbation-based balance training to improve balance control and reduce falls in older adults - study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Bmc Geriatrics. 21: 9
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