With a research focus on understanding the effects of activity-based training with spinal cord epidural stimulation on motor recovery in individuals with motor complete SCI, Dr. Rejc’s work has identified guidelines to optimize stimulation parameters for standing (2015, PlosOne) as well as training-induced neural adaptations leading to independent standing (2017, J Neurotrauma and Scientific Reports). Most recently, he is leading a collaboration to develop predictive algorithms for further improving the selection of stimulation parameters for standing and facilitating clinical translation.
- Spinal Cord Epidural Stimulation for Lower Limb Motor Function Recovery in Individuals with Motor Complete Spinal Cord Injury
- Motor recovery after activity-based training with spinal cord epidural stimulation in a chronic motor complete paraplegic
- Effects of Stand and Step Training with Epidural Stimulation on Motor Function for Standing in Chronic Complete Paraplegics
- Stand Trainer with Applied Forces at the Pelvis and Trunk: Response to Perturbations and Assist-As-Needed Support.
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