Edward Peter Washabaugh
Edward Peter Washabaugh
NSF Graduate Research Fellow, PhD Candidate, University of Michigan
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Validity and repeatability of inertial measurement units for measuring gait parameters
EP Washabaugh, T Kalyanaraman, PG Adamczyk, ES Claflin, C Krishnan
Gait & posture 55, 87-93, 2017
882017
A low cost real-time motion tracking approach using webcam technology
C Krishnan, EP Washabaugh, Y Seetharaman
Journal of biomechanics 48 (3), 544-548, 2015
422015
Reliable sagittal plane kinematic gait assessments are feasible using low-cost webcam technology
RJ Saner, EP Washabaugh, C Krishnan
Gait & posture 56, 19-23, 2017
132017
A portable passive rehabilitation robot for upper-extremity functional resistance training
EP Washabaugh, J Guo, CK Chang, CD Remy, C Krishnan
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 66 (2), 496-508, 2018
122018
A novel application of eddy current braking for functional strength training during gait
EP Washabaugh, ES Claflin, RB Gillespie, C Krishnan
Annals of biomedical engineering 44 (9), 2760-2773, 2016
122016
Low-level intermittent quadriceps activity during transcranial direct current stimulation facilitates knee extensor force-generating capacity
EP Washabaugh, L Santos, ES Claflin, C Krishnan
Neuroscience 329, 93-97, 2016
112016
Annealing effects on flexible multi-layered Parylene-based sensors
BJ Kim, EP Washabaugh, E Meng
2014 IEEE 27th International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems …, 2014
112014
Learning new gait patterns: Age-related differences in skill acquisition and interlimb transfer
C Krishnan, EP Washabaugh, CE Reid, MM Althoen, R Ranganathan
Experimental gerontology 111, 45-52, 2018
82018
A semi-passive planar manipulandum for upper-extremity rehabilitation
CK Chang, EP Washabaugh, A Gwozdziowski, CD Remy, C Krishnan
Annals of biomedical engineering 46 (7), 1047-1065, 2018
82018
Self-powered robots to reduce motor slacking during upper-extremity rehabilitation: a proof of concept study
EP Washabaugh, E Treadway, RB Gillespie, CD Remy, C Krishnan
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 36 (6), 693-708, 2018
82018
A wearable resistive robot facilitates locomotor adaptations during gait
EP Washabaugh, C Krishnan
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 36 (2), 215-223, 2018
62018
A novel low-cost approach for navigated transcranial magnetic stimulation
J Rodseth, EP Washabaugh, C Krishnan
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 35 (6), 601-609, 2017
52017
A low-cost system for coil tracking during transcranial magnetic stimulation
EP Washabaugh, C Krishnan
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 34 (2), 337-346, 2016
52016
Functional resistance training during walking: Mode of application differentially affects gait biomechanics and muscle activation patterns
EP Washabaugh, TE Augenstein, C Krishnan
Gait & posture 75, 129-136, 2020
42020
Learning new gait patterns is enhanced by specificity of training rather than progression of task difficulty
C Krishnan, AK Dharia, TE Augenstein, EP Washabaugh, CE Reid, ...
Journal of biomechanics 88, 33-37, 2019
42019
Conditioning brain responses to improve quadriceps function in an individual with anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction
C Krishnan, EP Washabaugh, A Dutt-Mazumder, SR Brown, EM Wojtys, ...
Sports health 11 (4), 306-315, 2019
32019
A novel low-cost solution for driving assessment in individuals with and without disabilities
J Rodseth, EP Washabaugh, A Al Haddad, P Kartje, DG Tate, C Krishnan
Applied ergonomics 65, 335-344, 2017
32017
Poly (3, 4-ethylenedioxythiophene) on decellular scaffolding interrupts grafted muscle revascularization
JF Baldwin, EP Washabaugh, JD Moon, BS Shim, DC Martin, PS Cederna, ...
2013 6th International IEEE/EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering (NER …, 2013
12013
Multiple Regenerative Peripheral Nerve Interfaces (RPNIs) Produce Independent Functions when Neurotized with Transected and Split Nerve
EP Washabaugh IV, NB Langhals, TA Kung, JD Moon, PS Cederna, ...
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 131 (5S), 13, 2013
12013
Motor Modules are Impacted by the Number of Reaching Directions Included in the Analysis
TE Augenstein, EP Washabaugh, CD Remy, C Krishnan
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 28 (9 …, 2020
2020
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