Noah J. Rosenblatt
Noah J. Rosenblatt
Rosalind Franklin University - Center for Lower Extremity Ambulatory Research (CLEAR)
Email verificata su rosalindfranklin.edu
TitoloCitata daAnno
Measures of frontal plane stability during treadmill and overground walking
NJ Rosenblatt, MD Grabiner
Gait & posture 31 (3), 380-384, 2010
1122010
Rheological behavior of living cells is timescale-dependent
D Stamenović, N Rosenblatt, M Montoya-Zavala, BD Matthews, S Hu, ...
Biophysical journal 93 (8), L39-L41, 2007
1022007
Variation in trunk kinematics influences variation in step width during treadmill walking by older and younger adults
CP Hurt, N Rosenblatt, JR Crenshaw, MD Grabiner
Gait & posture 31 (4), 461-464, 2010
752010
Reliability of voluntary step execution behavior under single and dual task conditions
I Melzer, I Shtilman, N Rosenblatt, LIE Oddsson
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 4 (1), 16, 2007
572007
Exercise-based fall prevention: can you be a bit more specific?
MD Grabiner, JR Crenshaw, CP Hurt, NJ Rosenblatt, KL Troy
Exercise and sport sciences reviews 42 (4), 161-168, 2014
512014
Does lower extremity osteoarthritis exacerbate risk factors for falls in older adults?
ML Hoops, NJ Rosenblatt, CP Hurt, J Crenshaw, MD Grabiner
Women’s Health 8 (6), 685-698, 2012
502012
Relationship between obesity and falls by middle-aged and older women
NJ Rosenblatt, MD Grabiner
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 93 (4), 718-722, 2012
492012
An apparent contradiction: increasing variability to achieve greater precision?
NJ Rosenblatt, CP Hurt, ML Latash, MD Grabiner
Experimental brain research 232 (2), 403-413, 2014
432014
Preventing T rip‐R elated F alls by C ommunity‐D welling A dults: AP rospective S tudy
NJ Rosenblatt, J Marone, MD Grabiner
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 61 (9), 1629-1631, 2013
432013
Distending stress of the cytoskeleton is a key determinant of cell rheological behavior
N Rosenblatt, S Hu, J Chen, N Wang, D Stamenović
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 321 (3), 617-622, 2004
412004
The effects of age on stabilization of the mediolateral trajectory of the swing foot
V Krishnan, NJ Rosenblatt, ML Latash, MD Grabiner
Gait & posture 38 (4), 923-928, 2013
392013
Dynamics of prestressed semiflexible polymer chains as a model of cell rheology
N Rosenblatt, AM Alencar, A Majumdar, B Suki, D Stamenović
Physical review letters 97 (16), 168101, 2006
352006
The discriminant capabilities of stability measures, trunk kinematics, and step kinematics in classifying successful and failed compensatory stepping responses by young adults
JR Crenshaw, NJ Rosenblatt, CP Hurt, MD Grabiner
Journal of biomechanics 45 (1), 129-133, 2012
322012
Active dorsiflexing prostheses may reduce trip-related fall risk in people with transtibial amputation
NJ Rosenblatt, A Bauer, D Rotter, MD Grabiner
Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development 51 (8), 2014
272014
Expectation of an upcoming large postural perturbation influences the recovery stepping response and outcome
ML Pater, NJ Rosenblatt, MD Grabiner
Gait & posture 41 (1), 335-337, 2015
212015
Challenging gait leads to stronger lower-limb kinematic synergies: The effects of walking within a more narrow pathway
NJ Rosenblatt, ML Latash, CP Hurt, MD Grabiner
Neuroscience letters 600, 110-114, 2015
202015
Obesity as a factor contributing to falls by older adults
M Madigan, NJ Rosenblatt, MD Grabiner
Current obesity reports 3 (3), 348-354, 2014
202014
Form of the compensatory stepping response to repeated laterally directed postural disturbances
CP Hurt, NJ Rosenblatt, MD Grabiner
Experimental brain research 214 (4), 557, 2011
192011
Contributions of the active and passive components of the cytoskeletal prestress to stiffening of airway smooth muscle cells
N Rosenblatt, S Hu, B Suki, N Wang, D Stamenović
Annals of biomedical engineering 35 (2), 224-234, 2007
192007
Sensitivity of dynamic stability to changes in step width during treadmill walking by young adults
NJ Rosenblatt, CP Hurt, MD Grabiner
Journal of applied biomechanics 28 (5), 616-621, 2012
182012
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