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Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering
BIEN 2300 Biomedical Circuits & Electronics—An experience in electrical circuits, electronic devices bridges, digital circuits and Boolean implementation, logic, and memories
BIEN 4380 Bioelectronics Design Lab 1—Understanding the principles of operation, safe operating procedures, and methods of medical instrument selection along with designing experiments to measure physiological parameters
BIEN 4390 Bioelectronics Design Lab 2—Design and experimentation of circuits used in research and clinical instrumentation including the design, fabrication, and evaluation of specific circuits
BIEN 4600/5600 Neural Engineering—Principles of neural engineering, properties of excitable tissues, quantitative models; concepts for the design of neuroprosthetic devices for sensory, motor, and therapeutic applications
BIEN 6200 Biomedical Signal Processing—Introduction to statistical processing of biomedical data and applying it to physiologic signals
*Zabre-Gonzalez E., Amieva-Alvarado D., Beardsley S. A., (2021) Prediction of EMG Activation Profiles from Gait Kinematics and Kinetics during Multiple Terrains. Annu Int Conf IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc, p.6326–6329., doi: 10.1109/EMBC46164.2021.9630067.
*Riem L., Beardsley S. A., Schmit B. D., (2021) The effect of visual field manipulations on standing balance control in people with multiple sclerosis, Gait & Posture, 90, p. 92–98. doi: 10.1016/j.gaitpost.2021.08.010.
*Zabre-Gonzalez E., *Riem L., Voglewede P., Silver-Thorn B., Koehler-McNicholas S., Beardsley S. A., (2021), Continuous myoelectric prediction of future ankle angle across ambulation conditions and their transitions, Front. Neurosci.—Neuroprosthetics., 15, p. 1–13., doi: 10.3389/fnins.2021.709422.
*Wagner J., *Zinos A., Chen W-L., Conant L., Malloy M., Heffernan J., Quirk B., Sugar J., Prost R., Whelan J. B.,Beardsley S. A., Whelan H. T., (2021), Comparison of whole head functional near-infrared spectroscopy with functional magnetic imaging and potential application in pediatric neurology, Pediatr. Neurol., 122, p. 68–75. doi: 10.1016/j.pediatrneurol.2021.06.003. PMID: 34301451.
Lantagne D. D., Mrotek L. A., Slick R. A., Beardsley S. A., Thomas D. G., Scheidt R. A., (2021), Contributions of implicit and explicit memories to sensorimotor adaptation of movement extent during goal directed reaching, Exp. Brain Res., p. 1–15. doi: 10.1007/s00221-021-06134-4. PMID: 34106298.
*Snyder D., Schmit B. D., Hyngstrom, A., Beardsley S. A., (2021), Electroencephalography resting state networks in the stroke population, Brain & Behavior, 00:e02097, p. 1–17. doi: 10.1002/brb3.2097. PMCID: PMC8119848.
Chen W-L., *Wagner J., *Heugel H., Sugar J., Lee Y-W., Conant L., Malloy M., Heffernan J., Quirk B., *Zinos A., Beardsley S. A., Prost R., Whelan H. T., (2020), Functional near-infrared spectroscopy and its clinical application in the field of neuroscience: Advances and future directions, Front. Neurosci. 14:724, p. 1–15. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2020.00724. PMCID: PMC7364176.
Beardsley, Scott A (Co-Principal Investigator); Scheidt, RA (Principal Investigator); Mrotek, LA (Co-Principal Investigator); Nielson, Kristy (Co-Principal Investigator); “Neural mechanisms of error correction during manual interception of moving targets.” Sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (September 1, 2021–February 28, 2023).