2018 - Fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE)
His primary areas of study are Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Spinal cord injury, Physical therapy, Reflex and Spasticity. In most of his Physical medicine and rehabilitation studies, his work intersects topics such as Rehabilitation. His work deals with themes such as Ankle, Muscle tone and Preferred walking speed, which intersect with Spinal cord injury.
His studies in Ankle integrate themes in fields like Proprioception, Coactivation and Isometric exercise. His Physical therapy research incorporates themes from Stroke, Gait pattern and Electromyography. His work investigates the relationship between Spasticity and topics such as Elbow that intersect with problems in Stretch reflex.
Brian D. Schmit spends much of his time researching Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Spinal cord injury, Reflex, Ankle and Spinal cord. Brian D. Schmit has researched Physical medicine and rehabilitation in several fields, including Stroke and Rehabilitation, Physical therapy. His study on Treadmill training is often connected to Crossover study as part of broader study in Physical therapy.
His Spinal cord injury study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Proprioception, Anesthesia, Anatomy, Stimulation and Electromyography. His Reflex research includes elements of Elbow, Isometric exercise and Spasticity. His Spinal cord research includes themes of Gait, Diffusion MRI, Central nervous system and Nuclear magnetic resonance.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Spinal cord injury, Stroke, Treadmill and Internal medicine. His studies deal with areas such as Rehabilitation, Physical therapy and Randomized controlled trial as well as Physical medicine and rehabilitation. When carried out as part of a general Spinal cord injury research project, his work on Locomotor training is frequently linked to work in Crossover study, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His research in Stroke intersects with topics in Tractography, Resting state fMRI, Electromyography and Sensory system. In his work, Ischemia is strongly intertwined with Inhibitory postsynaptic potential, which is a subfield of Electromyography. His Hemiparesis study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Elbow, Stretch reflex, Reflex, Range of motion and Spasticity.
Brian D. Schmit mainly investigates Spinal cord injury, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Spinal cord, Diffusion MRI and Gait. To a larger extent, Brian D. Schmit studies Neuroscience with the aim of understanding Spinal cord injury. His Physical medicine and rehabilitation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Rehabilitation, Physical therapy, Treadmill, Randomized controlled trial and Stroke.
His Physical therapy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Young adult, Ambulatory and Exercise intensity, Heart rate. His Spinal cord research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cerebrospinal fluid and Filter. His Gait study incorporates themes from Postural Balance, Treadmill training and Stride length.
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Understanding and treating arm movement impairment after chronic brain injury: progress with the ARM guide.
D J Reinkensmeyer;L E Kahn;L E Kahn;M Averbuch;M Averbuch;A McKenna-Cole;A McKenna-Cole.
Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development (2014)
A physiologically based clinical measure for spastic reflexes in spinal cord injury.
Ela N. Benz;T.George Hornby;T.George Hornby;Rita K. Bode;Robert A. Scheidt;Robert A. Scheidt;Robert A. Scheidt.
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (2005)
Diffusion Tensor MR Imaging in Chronic Spinal Cord Injury
B.M. Ellingson;J.L. Ulmer;S.N. Kurpad;B.D. Schmit.
American Journal of Neuroradiology (2008)
Stretch reflex adaptation in elbow flexors during repeated passive movements in unilateral brain-injured patients
Brian D. Schmit;Julius P.A. Dewald;W.Zev Rymer.
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (2000)
Windup of flexion reflexes in chronic human spinal cord injury: a marker for neuronal plateau potentials?
T. G. Hornby;W. Z. Rymer;W. Z. Rymer;E. N. Benz;B. D. Schmit;B. D. Schmit.
Journal of Neurophysiology (2003)
A cable-driven locomotor training system for restoration of gait in human SCI
Ming Wu;Ming Wu;T. George Hornby;T. George Hornby;T. George Hornby;Jill M. Landry;Heidi Roth.
Gait & Posture (2011)
A novel technique for examining human brain activity associated with pedaling using fMRI.
Jay P. Mehta;Matthew D. Verber;Jon A. Wieser;Brian D. Schmit.
Journal of Neuroscience Methods (2009)
EEG during pedaling: evidence for cortical control of locomotor tasks.
Sanket G. Jain;Krishnaj Gourab;Sheila M. Schindler-Ivens;Brian D. Schmit.
Clinical Neurophysiology (2013)
Effect of Muscle Biomechanics on the Quantification of Spasticity
D. G. Kamper;B. D. Schmit;W. Z. Rymer.
Annals of Biomedical Engineering (2001)
Epidermal Neural Crest Stem Cell (EPI-NCSC)-Mediated Recovery of Sensory Function in a Mouse Model of Spinal Cord Injury
Yao Fei Hu;Krishnaj Gourab;Clive Wells;Oliver Clewes.
Stem Cell Reviews and Reports (2010)
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