Deanna Gates
Deanna Gates
Associate Professor of Kinesiology, University of Michigan
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Range of motion requirements for upper-limb activities of daily living
DH Gates, LS Walters, J Cowley, JM Wilken, L Resnik
American Journal of Occupational Therapy 70 (1), 7001350010p1-7001350010p10, 2016
The effects of neuromuscular fatigue on task performance during repetitive goal-directed movements
DH Gates, JB Dingwell
Experimental Brain Research 187 (4), 573-585, 2008
Characterizing ankle function during stair ascent, descent, and level walking for ankle prosthesis and orthosis design
DH Gates
Boston University, 2004
Surveying the interest of individuals with upper limb loss in novel prosthetic control techniques
SM Engdahl, BP Christie, B Kelly, A Davis, CA Chestek, DH Gates
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 12 (1), 1-11, 2015
Peripheral neuropathy does not alter the fractal dynamics of stride intervals of gait
DH Gates, JB Dingwell
Journal of applied physiology 102 (3), 965-971, 2007
Kinematic strategies for walking across a destabilizing rock surface
DH Gates, JM Wilken, SJ Scott, EH Sinitski, JB Dingwell
Gait & posture 35 (1), 36-42, 2012
Possible biomechanical origins of the long-range correlations in stride intervals of walking
DH Gates, JL Su, JB Dingwell
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 380, 259-270, 2007
Frontal plane dynamic margins of stability in individuals with and without transtibial amputation walking on a loose rock surface
DH Gates, SJ Scott, JM Wilken, JB Dingwell
Gait & posture 38 (4), 570-575, 2013
Comparison of different state space definitions for local dynamic stability analyses
DH Gates, JB Dingwell
Journal of biomechanics 42 (9), 1345-1349, 2009
'Body-in-the-Loop'Optimization of Assistive Robotic Devices: A Validation Study.
JR Koller, DH Gates, DP Ferris, CD Remy
Robotics: Science and Systems 2016, 1-10, 2016
Comparison of walking overground and in a Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment (CAREN) in individuals with and without transtibial amputation
DH Gates, BJ Darter, JB Dingwell, JM Wilken
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 9 (1), 1-10, 2012
Gait characteristics of individuals with transtibial amputations walking on a destabilizing rock surface
DH Gates, JB Dingwell, SJ Scott, EH Sinitski, JM Wilken
Gait & posture 36 (1), 33-39, 2012
The effects of muscle fatigue and movement height on movement stability and variability
DH Gates, JB Dingwell
Experimental brain research 209 (4), 525-536, 2011
Visual EMG biofeedback to improve ankle function in hemiparetic gait
E Aiello, DH Gates, BL Patritti, KD Cairns, M Meister, EA Clancy, P Bonato
2005 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology 27th Annual Conference, 7703-7706, 2006
Kinematic comparison of walking on uneven ground using powered and unpowered prostheses
DH Gates, JM Aldridge, JM Wilken
Clinical Biomechanics 28 (4), 467-472, 2013
Muscle fatigue does not lead to increased instability of upper extremity repetitive movements
DH Gates, JB Dingwell
Journal of biomechanics 43 (5), 913-919, 2010
A regenerative peripheral nerve interface allows real-time control of an artificial hand in upper limb amputees
PP Vu, AK Vaskov, ZT Irwin, PT Henning, DR Lueders, AT Laidlaw, ...
Science translational medicine 12 (533), 2020
The impact of ankle-foot orthosis stiffness on gait: A systematic literature review
D Totah, M Menon, C Jones-Hershinow, K Barton, DH Gates
Gait & posture 69, 101-111, 2019
A controlled clinical trial of a clinically-tuned powered ankle prosthesis in people with transtibial amputation
ES Gardinier, BM Kelly, J Wensman, DH Gates
Clinical rehabilitation 32 (3), 319-329, 2018
Proximal and distal muscle fatigue differentially affect movement coordination
JC Cowley, DH Gates
PloS one 12 (2), e0172835, 2017
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