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Tan, AQ; Barth, SA; Trumbower, RD (2020). Acute Intermittent Hypoxia as a Potential Adjuvant to Improve Walking Following Spinal Cord Injury: Evidence, Challenges, and Future Directions. Curr Phys Med Rehabil Rep.

​Naidu, A; Peters, DM; Tan, AQ; Barth, SA; Crane, A; Link, A; Balakrishnan, S; Hayes, HB; Slocum, C; Zafonte, RD; Trumbower, RD (2020). Daily acute intermittent hypoxia to improve walking function in persons with subacute spinal cord injury: a randomized clinical trial study protocol. BMC Neurol 20, 273.

​Thibaudier, Y; Tan, AQ; Peters, DM; Trumbower, RD (2020). Differential deficits in spatial and temporal interlimb coordination during walking in persons with incomplete spinal cord injury. Gait and Posture, 75, 121-128.

Trumbower, R., & Wolf, S. (2019). A Forward Move: Interfacing Biotechnology and Physical Therapy In and Out of the Classroom. Physical Therapy, 99(5), 519-525.

Sohn, W., Tan, A., Hayes, H., Pochiraju, S., Deffeyes, J., & Trumbower, R. (2018). Variability of Leg Kinematics during Overground Walking in Persons with Chronic Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury. Journal of Neurotrauma, 35(21), 2519-2529.

Trumbower, R. (2018). Stimulating the Injured Spinal Cord: Plenty to Grasp. Journal of Neurotrauma, 35(18), 2143-2144.

Peters, D., Thibaudier, Y., Deffeyes, J., Baer, G., Hayes, H. B., Trumbower R. D. (2018). Constraints on stance-phase force production during overground walking in persons with chronic incomplete spinal cord injury. Journal of Neurotrauma, 35(3), 467-477.

Trumbower, R. D., Hayes, H. B., Wolf, S. L., Mitchell, G. S., Stahl, V. A. (2017). Effects of acute intermittent hypoxia on hand use after spinal cord trauma: A preliminary study. Neurology, 89(18), 1904-1907.

Ross, H. H., Ambrosio, F., Trumbower, R. D., Reier, P. J., Behrman, A. L., Wolf, S. L. (2016). Neural stem cell therapy and rehabilitation in the central nervous system: Emerging partnerships. Physical Therapy, 96(5), 734-742.

Ting L., H.J. Chiel, R.D. Trumbower, J. Allen, L. McKay, M. Hackney, T. Kesar. Neuromechanics perspectives on directing neural plasticity in rehabilitation. Neuron. 2015 86(1):38-54.

Hayes HB, Chvatal S, French MA, Ting LH, Trumbower RD. Neuromuscular constraints on muscle coordination during overground walking in persons with chronic incomplete spinal cord injury. Clinical Neurophysiology. 2014 Doi: 10.1016/j.clinph.2014.02/001.

Stahl V, Hayes HB, Buetefisch C, Wolf S, Trumbower RD. Preserving hand aperture during arm reach in persons with incomplete spinal cord injury. Experimental Brain Research. 2014 Doi: 10.1007/s00221-014-4163-y.

Hayes HB, Jayaraman A, Hermmann M, Rymer WZ, Mitchell GS, Trumbower RD. Daily acute intermittent hypoxia improves overground walking ability in persons with chronic incomplete spinal cord injury: a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover trial. Neurology. 2014 Jan 14;82(2):104-13.

Trumbower RD, Finley JM, Shemmell JB, Honeycutt CF, Perreault EJ. Bilateral impairments in task-dependent modulation of the long-latency stretch reflex following stroke. Clinical Neurophysiology. Feb 2013; 124(7):1372-80.

Trumbower RD, Jayaraman A, Mitchell GS, Rymer WZ. Exposure to acute intermittent hypoxia augments somatic motor function in humans with incomplete spinal cord injury. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. Feb 2012;26(2):163-172.

Lewis GN, MacKinnon CD, Trumbower RD, Perreault EJ. Co-contraction modifies the stretch reflex elicited in muscles shortened by a joint perturbation. Experimental Brain Research. Nov 2010;207(1-2):39-48.

Trumbower RD, Ravichandran VJ, Krutky MA, Perreault EJ. Contributions of altered stretch reflex coordination to arm impairments following stroke. Journal of Neurophysiology. Dec 2010;104(6):3612-3624.

Krutky MA, Ravichandran VJ, Trumbower RD, Perreault EJ. Interactions between limb and environmental mechanics influence stretch reflex sensitivity in the human arm. Journal of Neurophysiology. Jan 2010;103(1):429-440.

Trumbower RD, Krutky MA, Yang BS, Perreault EJ. Use of self-selected postures to regulate multi-joint stiffness during unconstrained tasks. PLOS One. 2009;4(5):e5411.