Max Donelan
Max Donelan
Professor of Biomedical Physiology & Kinesiology, Simon Fraser University
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Mechanical work for step-to-step transitions is a major determinant of the metabolic cost of human walking
JM Donelan, R Kram, AD Kuo
Journal of Experimental Biology 205 (23), 3717-3727, 2002
6442002
Energetic consequences of walking like an inverted pendulum: step-to-step transitions
AD Kuo, JM Donelan, A Ruina
Exercise and sport sciences reviews 33 (2), 88, 2005
6292005
Biomechanical energy harvesting: generating electricity during walking with minimal user effort
JM Donelan, Q Li, V Naing, JA Hoffer, DJ Weber, AD Kuo
Science 319 (5864), 807, 2008
5562008
Simultaneous positive and negative external mechanical work in human walking
JM Donelan, R Kram, AD Kuo
Journal of biomechanics 35 (1), 117-124, 2002
5002002
Mechanical and metabolic determinants of the preferred step width in human walking
J Maxwell Donelan, R Kram, K Arthur D
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
4732001
Mechanical and metabolic requirements for active lateral stabilization in human walking
JM Donelan, DW Shipman, R Kram, AD Kuo
Journal of biomechanics 37 (6), 827-835, 2004
3552004
Mechanics and energetics of swinging the human leg
J Doke, JM Donelan, AD Kuo
Journal of experimental biology 208 (3), 439, 2005
2682005
Dynamic principles of gait and their clinical implications
AD Kuo, JM Donelan
Physical therapy 90 (2), 157-174, 2010
2622010
Force treadmill for measuring vertical and horizontal ground reaction forces
R Kram, TM Griffin, JM Donelan, YH Chang
Journal of Applied Physiology 85 (2), 764, 1998
2511998
Walking speed and slope estimation using a shank-mounted inertial measurement unit
Q Li, M Young, V Naing, JM Donelan
Journal of Biomechanics 43 (8), 1640-1643, 2010
1552010
Humans can continuously optimize energetic cost during walking
JC Selinger, SM O’Connor, JD Wong, JM Donelan
Current Biology 25 (18), 2452-2456, 2015
1452015
The effect of reduced gravity on the kinematics of human walking: a test of the dynamic similarity hypothesis for locomotion.
JM Donelan, R Kram
Journal of experimental biology 200 (24), 3193, 1997
1221997
Contribution of force feedback to ankle extensor activity in decerebrate walking cats
JM Donelan, KG Pearson
Journal of neurophysiology 92 (4), 2093, 2004
1122004
Development of a biomechanical energy harvester
Q Li, V Naing, JM Donelan
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 6, 22, 2009
1022009
Exploring dynamic similarity in human running using simulated reduced gravity
JM Donelan, R Kram
Journal of Experimental Biology 203 (16), 2405-2415, 2000
842000
Force regulation of ankle extensor muscle activity in freely walking cats
JM Donelan, DA McVea, KG Pearson
Journal of neurophysiology 101 (1), 360-371, 2009
792009
Contribution of sensory feedback to ongoing ankle extensor activity during the stance phase of walking
JM Donelan, KG Pearson
Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology 82 (8-9), 589-598, 2004
792004
A role for hip position in initiating the swing-to-stance transition in walking cats
DA McVea, JM Donelan, A Tachibana, KG Pearson
Journal of neurophysiology 94 (5), 3497-3508, 2005
732005
Distinct fast and slow processes contribute to the selection of preferred step frequency during human walking
M Snaterse, R Ton, AD Kuo, JM Donelan
Journal of Applied Physiology 110 (6), 1682, 2011
682011
Biomechanical energy harvesting: Apparatus and method
Q Li, V Naing, JA Hoffer, DJ Weber, AD Kuo, JM Donelan
2008 IEEE international conference on robotics and automation, 3672-3677, 2008
682008
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