Ryan S. McGinnis
Ryan S. McGinnis
Associate Professor, Director M-Sense Research Group, University of Vermont
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Monitoring gait in multiple sclerosis with novel wearable motion sensors
Y Moon, RS McGinnis, K Seagers, RW Motl, N Sheth, JA Wright Jr, ...
PloS one 12 (2), e0171346, 2017
A machine learning approach for gait speed estimation using skin-mounted wearable sensors: From healthy controls to individuals with multiple sclerosis
RS McGinnis, N Mahadevan, Y Moon, K Seagers, N Sheth, JA Wright Jr, ...
PloS one 12 (6), e0178366, 2017
The use of a single inertial sensor to estimate 3-dimensional ground reaction force during accelerative running tasks
RD Gurchiek, RS McGinnis, AR Needle, JM McBride, H van Werkhoven
Journal of biomechanics 61, 263-268, 2017
Giving voice to vulnerable children: machine learning analysis of speech detects anxiety and depression in early childhood
EW McGinnis, SP Anderau, J Hruschak, RD Gurchiek, NL Lopez-Duran, ...
IEEE journal of biomedical and health informatics 23 (6), 2294-2301, 2019
Assessment of postural sway in individuals with multiple sclerosis using a novel wearable inertial sensor
R Sun, Y Moon, RS McGinnis, K Seagers, RW Motl, N Sheth, JA Wright, ...
Digital biomarkers 2 (1), 1-10, 2018
Apparatus and method for employing miniature inertial measurement units for deducing forces and moments on bodies
N Perkins, RS McGinnis, K King
US Patent App. 13/236,728, 2013
A highly miniaturized, wireless inertial measurement unit for characterizing the dynamics of pitched baseballs and softballs
RS McGinnis, NC Perkins
Sensors 12 (9), 11933-11945, 2012
Quantifying the effects of load carriage and fatigue under load on sacral kinematics during countermovement vertical jump with IMU-based method
RS McGinnis, SM Cain, SP Davidson, RV Vitali, NC Perkins, SG McLean
Sports Engineering 19, 21-34, 2016
Automated detection and configuration of wearable devices based on on-body status, location, and/or orientation
S Patel, RS Mcginnis, A Prakash, R Ghaffari, M Raj, I Silva, E Jortberg
US Patent 10,477,354, 2019
Method and System for Neuromodulation and Stimulation
R Ghaffari, S Patel, M Raj, R McGinnis
US Patent 20,170,095,670, 2017
Method for estimating three-dimensional knee rotations using two inertial measurement units: Validation with a coordinate measurement machine
RV Vitali, SM Cain, RS McGinnis, AM Zaferiou, LV Ojeda, SP Davidson, ...
Sensors 17 (9), 1970, 2017
A new technology for resolving the dynamics of a swinging bat
K King, J Hough, RS McGinnis, NC Perkins
Sports Engineering 15 (1), 41-52, 2012
Quantifying performance and effects of load carriage during a challenging balancing task using an array of wireless inertial sensors
SM Cain, RS McGinnis, SP Davidson, RV Vitali, NC Perkins, SG McLean
Gait & posture 43, 65-69, 2016
Kinematic analyses of the golf swing hub path and its role in golfer/club kinetic transfers
SM Nesbit, RS McGinnis
Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 2009
Rapid detection of internalizing diagnosis in young children enabled by wearable sensors and machine learning
RS McGinnis, EW McGinnis, J Hruschak, NL Lopez-Duran, K Fitzgerald, ...
PloS one 14 (1), e0210267, 2019
Bowling ball dynamics revealed by miniature wireless MEMS inertial measurement unit
K King, NC Perkins, H Churchill, RS McGinnis, R Doss, R Hickland
Sports Engineering, 1-10, 2011
Wearables and deep learning classify fall risk from gait in multiple sclerosis
BM Meyer, LJ Tulipani, RD Gurchiek, DA Allen, L Adamowicz, D Larie, ...
IEEE journal of biomedical and health informatics 25 (5), 1824-1831, 2020
Pitcher training apparatus and method using a ball with an embedded inertial measurement unit
N Perkins, RS McGinnis, TROTUO Michigan
US Patent 9,032,794, 2015
Robust error-state Kalman filter for estimating IMU orientation
RV Vitali, RS McGinnis, NC Perkins
IEEE Sensors Journal 21 (3), 3561-3569, 2020
Next steps in wearable technology and community ambulation in multiple sclerosis
ML Frechette, BM Meyer, LJ Tulipani, RD Gurchiek, RS McGinnis, ...
Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports 19, 1-10, 2019
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