Faculty & Staff
- Gritsenko V, Kalaska JF. Rapid online correction is selectively suppressed during movement with a visuomotor transformation. J Neurophysiol. (2010) 104(6): 3084-104.
- Gritsenko V, Yakovenko S, Kalaska JF. Integration of predictive feedforward and sensory feedback signals for online control of visually-guided movement. J Neurophysiol. (2009) 102(2): 914-30.
- Frigon A, Yakovenko S, Gritsenko V, Tremblay ME, Barrière G. Strengthening corticospinal connections with chronic electrical stimulation after injury. (2008) J Neurosci. 28(13): 3262-3.
- Gritsenko V, Krouchev N, Kalaska JF. Afferent input, efference copy, signal noise and biases in perception of joint angle during active versus passive elbow movements. (2007) J Neurophysiol. 98(3): 1140-54.
- Kowalczewski* J, Gritsenko* V, Ashworth N, Ellaway P, Prochazka A. Upper-extremity functional electric stimulation-assisted exercises on a workstation in the subacute phase of stroke recovery Arch Phys Med Rehabil. (2007) 88(7): 833-9.
The Division of Physical Therapy is currently in transition with staff support. If you have admission questions, please contact Brenda Wolfe at 304-293-1690. All clinical (patient care) questions should be directed to Marjorie George at 304-293-3600. All other academic questions should be directed to Dr. Scott Davis (Director of Professional Education) at 304-293-0264.