Jung Hung Chien, PhD

Post-Doctoral Research Associate

Physical Therapy Education
984420 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-4420
402-559-2470
Email

Academic Appointments:
Post-Doctoral Research Associate

Degrees/Certifications:
PhD

Primary Teaching Responsibilities:
Biomechanics

Scholarly Activity:
Member of American Society of Biomechanics

Publications: (last 5 years)
Chien JH, Mukherjee M, Stergiou N. Mastoid vibration affects dynamic postural control during gait. Ann Biomed Eng. 44(9): 2774-84, 2016.

Eikema DJ, Chien JH, Stergiou N, Myers SA, Scott-Pandorf MM, Bloomberg JJ, Mukherjee M. Optic flow improves adaptability of spatiotemporal characteristics during split-belt locomotor adaptation with tactile stimulation. 234(2): 511-22, 2016.

Chien JH, Mukherjee M, Siu KC, Stergiou N. Locomotor sensory organization test: how sensory conflicts affects the temporal structure of sway variability during gait. Ann Biomed Eng. 44(5): 1625-35, 2016.

Mukherjee M, Eikema DJ, Chien JH, Myers SA, Scott-Pandorf M, Bloomberg JJ, Stergiou N. Plantar tactile perturbations enhance transfer of split-belt locomotor adaptation. Exp Brain Res. 233(10): 3005-12, 2015.

Chien JH, Eikema DJ, Mukherjee M, Stergiou N. Locomotor sensory organization test: a novel paradigm for the assessment of sensory contributions in gait. Ann Biomed Eng. 42(12):2512-23, 2014.