2022 - Research.com Neuroscience in New Zealand Leader Award
His primary scientific interests are in Transcranial magnetic stimulation, Neuroscience, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Motor cortex and Electromyography. His study in Transcranial magnetic stimulation focuses on Primary motor cortex in particular. His Electrophysiology, Central nervous system, Supplementary motor area and Middle frontal gyrus study in the realm of Neuroscience connects with subjects such as Subthalamic nucleus.
His studies deal with areas such as Stroke, Physical therapy and Central nervous system disease as well as Physical medicine and rehabilitation. His study on Motor cortex also encompasses disciplines like
His scientific interests lie mostly in Transcranial magnetic stimulation, Neuroscience, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Stroke and Motor cortex. The concepts of his Transcranial magnetic stimulation study are interwoven with issues in Electromyography and Transcranial direct-current stimulation. His Neuroscience study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Audiology.
His study looks at the intersection of Physical medicine and rehabilitation and topics like Metronome with Simulation. His study in Stroke is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Rehabilitation, Brain stimulation, Neuroimaging and Corticospinal tract. Motor cortex connects with themes related to Neuroplasticity in his study.
His primary areas of study are Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Stroke, Transcranial magnetic stimulation, Primary motor cortex and Neuroscience. His studies in Physical medicine and rehabilitation integrate themes in fields like Thalamus, Nucleus accumbens, Motor recovery, Corticospinal tract and Biomarker. His Stroke research incorporates elements of Rehabilitation, Lesion and Upper limb.
His Transcranial magnetic stimulation study combines topics in areas such as Motor cortex, Transcranial direct-current stimulation and Motor skill. His work deals with themes such as Electromyography and Disinhibition, which intersect with Motor cortex. He has researched Primary motor cortex in several fields, including Stimulus, Isometric exercise and Evoked potential.
Winston D. Byblow mostly deals with Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Stroke, Transcranial magnetic stimulation, Rehabilitation and Primary motor cortex. His work on Median frequency as part of general Physical medicine and rehabilitation research is often related to Original data, thus linking different fields of science. Winston D. Byblow has included themes like Intervention and Intervention trials in his Stroke study.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Motor cortex, Transcranial direct-current stimulation and Audiology in addition to Transcranial magnetic stimulation. His Rehabilitation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Psychological intervention, Algorithm and Upper limb. Winston D. Byblow works mostly in the field of Primary motor cortex, limiting it down to concerns involving Intracortical inhibition and, occasionally, Response inhibition, GABAergic and Inhibitory postsynaptic potential.
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Functional potential in chronic stroke patients depends on corticospinal tract integrity
Cathy M Stinear;P Alan Barber;Peter R Smale;James P Coxon.
Consensus: Motor cortex plasticity protocols
Ulf Ziemann;Walter Paulus;Michael A. Nitsche;Alvaro Pascual-Leone.
Brain Stimulation (2008)
Kinesthetic, but not visual, motor imagery modulates corticomotor excitability
Cathy M. Stinear;Winston D. Byblow;Maarten Steyvers;Oron Levin.
Experimental Brain Research (2006)
The PREP algorithm predicts potential for upper limb recovery after stroke.
Cathy M. Stinear;P. Alan Barber;P. Alan Barber;Matthew Petoe;Samir Anwar.
Stride length regulation in Parkinson's disease: the use of extrinsic, visual cues.
Gwyn N. Lewis;Winston D. Byblow;Sharon E. Walt.
Intracortical inhibition during volitional inhibition of prepared action
James Peter Coxon;Cathy M Stinear;Winston D Byblow.
Journal of Neurophysiology (2006)
Expressions of asymmetries and anchoring in bimanual coordination
Winston D. Byblow;Richard G. Carson;David Goodman.
Human Movement Science (1994)
Priming the motor system enhances the effects of upper limb therapy in chronic stroke
Cathy M. Stinear;P. Alan Barber;James P. Coxon;Melanie K. Fleming.
Proportional recovery after stroke depends on corticomotor integrity
Winston D. Byblow;Cathy M. Stinear;P. Alan Barber;Matthew A. Petoe;Matthew A. Petoe.
Annals of Neurology (2015)
Contralesional Hemisphere Control of the Proximal Paretic Upper Limb following Stroke
Lynley Bradnam;Cathy Stinear;Peter Barber;Winston Byblow.
Cerebral Cortex (2012)
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