His primary areas of study are Spinal cord, Spinal cord injury, Stimulation, Neuroscience and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. His research integrates issues of Motor control and Lumbosacral joint in his study of Spinal cord injury. His study in Motor control is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Rehabilitation, Electromyography, Balance and Treadmill.
His Stimulation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Anesthesia, Proprioception and Biological neural network. His work in the fields of Neuroscience, such as Neuroplasticity, Spinal cord transection and Reflex, intersects with other areas such as Plasticity. His Physical medicine and rehabilitation study incorporates themes from Paralysis and Neuromodulation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Spinal cord, Spinal cord injury, Stimulation, Neuroscience and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Hindlimb, Anatomy, Treadmill and Electrophysiology. His Spinal cord injury research incorporates elements of Rehabilitation, Anesthesia, Motor control, Neuromodulation and Electromyography.
Muscle contraction is closely connected to Supine position in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Electromyography. His work carried out in the field of Stimulation brings together such families of science as Paralysis, Lesion, Proprioception and Epidural space. His Physical medicine and rehabilitation research includes elements of Paraplegia, Weight-bearing and Sensory system.
His primary scientific interests are in Spinal cord injury, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Spinal cord, Neuromodulation and Stimulation. His research in Spinal cord injury intersects with topics in Rehabilitation, Anesthesia, Motor control, Paralysis and Electromyography. His research in Paralysis focuses on subjects like Tetraplegia, which are connected to Sensation.
His work on Passive movements as part of general Physical medicine and rehabilitation research is frequently linked to Healthy subjects, bridging the gap between disciplines. Neuroscience covers he research in Spinal cord. As part of the same scientific family, Yury Gerasimenko usually focuses on Neuromodulation, concentrating on Lumbosacral joint and intersecting with Balance, Treadmill, Neurosurgery, Complete paraplegia and Central nervous system.
Yury Gerasimenko spends much of his time researching Spinal cord injury, Paralysis, Rehabilitation, Neuromodulation and Anesthesia. His study in Spinal cord injury is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Hand function, Motor control, Lumbosacral joint and Neuroplasticity. His studies deal with areas such as Electrophysiology, Stimulation and Spinal cord, Lumbosacral spinal cord as well as Physical medicine and rehabilitation.
The Hand function study combines topics in areas such as Tetraplegia and Cervical spinal cord injury. The various areas that he examines in his Lumbosacral joint study include Electromyography, Balance and Treadmill. He integrates many fields, such as Anesthesia and Non invasive, in his works.
Effect of epidural stimulation of the lumbosacral spinal cord on voluntary movement, standing, and assisted stepping after motor complete paraplegia: a case study
Susan Harkema;Susan Harkema;Yury Gerasimenko;Jonathan Hodes;Joel Burdick.
The Lancet (2011)
Transformation of nonfunctional spinal circuits into functional states after the loss of brain input.
Grégoire Courtine;Yury Gerasimenko;Rubia van den Brand;Aileen Yew.
Nature Neuroscience (2009)
Altering spinal cord excitability enables voluntary movements after chronic complete paralysis in humans
Claudia A. Angeli;Claudia A. Angeli;V. Reggie Edgerton;Yury P. Gerasimenko;Susan J. Harkema;Susan J. Harkema.
Training locomotor networks
V. Reggie Edgerton;Grégoire Courtine;Yury P. Gerasimenko;Igor Lavrov.
Brain Research Reviews (2008)
Neuromodulation of lumbosacral spinal networks enables independent stepping after complete paraplegia
Megan L. Gill;Peter J. Grahn;Jonathan S. Calvert;Margaux B. Linde.
Nature Medicine (2018)
Noninvasive Reactivation of Motor Descending Control after Paralysis
Yury P. Gerasimenko;Yury P. Gerasimenko;Daniel C. Lu;Morteza Modaber;Sharon Zdunowski.
Journal of Neurotrauma (2015)
Plasticity of spinal cord reflexes after a complete transection in adult rats: relationship to stepping ability.
Igor Lavrov;Yury P. Gerasimenko;Ronaldo M. Ichiyama;Gregoire Courtine.
Journal of Neurophysiology (2006)
Epidural Stimulation : Comparison of the Spinal Circuits That Generate and Control Locomotion in Rats, Cats and Humans
Yury Gerasimenko;Roland R. Roy;V. Reggie Edgerton.
Experimental Neurology (2008)
Step Training Reinforces Specific Spinal Locomotor Circuitry in Adult Spinal Rats
Ronaldo M Ichiyama;Grégoire Courtine;Yury P Gerasimenko;Grace J Yang.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2008)
Controlling Specific Locomotor Behaviors through Multidimensional Monoaminergic Modulation of Spinal Circuitries
Pavel Musienko;Rubia van den Brand;Olivia Märzendorfer;Roland R. Roy.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2011)
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