Selected Publications

Arpin DJ, Gehringer JE, Wilson TW, Kurz MJ (2017). A reduced somatosensory gating response in individuals with multiple sclerosis is related to walking impairment. Journal of Neurophysiology, in press. Highlighted as the most outstanding neuroscience paper for September 2017 by the American Physiological Society.

Kurz MJ, Wiesman AI, Coolidge NM, Wilson TW (2017). Children with cerebral palsy hyper-gate somatosensory stimulations of the foot. Cerebral Cortex, 7:1-8. 

Kurz MJ, Proskovec AL, Gehringer JE, Heinrichs-Graham E, Wilson TW (2017). Children with cerebral palsy have altered oscillatory activity in the motor and visual cortices during a knee motor task. NeuroImage: Clinical, 15:298-305.

Arpin DJ, Gehringer JE, Heinrichs-Graham E, Zabad RK, Wilson TW, Kurz MJ (2017). Altered sensorimotor cortical oscillations in individuals with multiple sclerosis suggests a faulty internal model. Human Brain Mapping, 38(8):4009-4018.

Kurz MJ, Proskovec AL, Gehringer JE, Becker KM, Arpin DJ, Heinrichs-Graham E, Wilson TW (2016). Developmental Trajectory of Beta Cortical Oscillatory Activity During a Knee Motor Task. Brain Topography, 29(6):824-833.

Davies BL, Arpin DJ, Liu M, Reelfs H, Volkman KG, Healey K, Zabad R, Kurz MJ (2016). Two Different Types of High-frequency Physical Therapy Promote Improvements in the Balance and Mobility of Persons with Multiple Sclerosis. Archive of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(12):2095-2101.

Kurz MJ, Becker KM, Heinrichs-Graham E, Wilson TW (2015). Children with cerebral palsy have uncharacteristic somatosensory cortical oscillations after stimulation of the hand mechanoreceptors. Neuroscience 305:67-75.

Kurz MJ, Heinrichs-Graham E, Becker KM, Wilson TW (2015). The magnitude of the somatosensory cortical activity is related to the mobility and strength impairments seen in children with cerebral palsy. Journal of Neurophysiology 113(9):3143-50.

Kurz MJ, Becker KM, Heinrichs-Graham E, Wilson TW (2014). Neurophysiological abnormalities in the sensorimotor cortices during the motor planning and movement execution stages of children with cerebral palsy. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 56(11):1072-7.

Kurz MJ, Heindrichs-Graham E, Arpin DJ, Becker KM, Wilson TW (2014). Aberrant synchrony in the somatosensory cortices predicts motor performance errors in children with cerebral palsy. Journal of Neurophysiology 111(3):573-9.

Kurz MJ, Wilson TW, Arpin DJ (2014). An fNIRS exploratory investigation of the cortical activity during gait in children with spastic diplegic cerebral palsy. Brain & Development 36(10):870-7.

Kurz MJ, Wilson TW, Arpin DJ (2012). Stride-time variability and sensorimotor cortical activation during walking. NeuroImage 59(2):1602-1607.

Publications from PubMed