Curriculum Vitae of

Dr. Stuart Binder-Macleod

Department of Physical Therapy

 University of Delaware

 

 

 

PERSONAL

EDUCATION

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

CURRENT PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

GRANTS

HONORS AND AWARDS

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT PUBLIC ADVISORY COMMITTEES

EDITORIAL BOARD MEMBERSHIPS

RECENT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

RECENT PUBLICATIONS (1992-Present)

 

 

 

PERSONAL CONTACT INFORMATION

 

WORK ADDRESS:

   Department of Physical Therapy

   University of Delaware 

   301 McKinly Laboratory 

   Newark, DE 19716

 

WORK PHONE:  (302) 831-8046

 

E-MAIL: sbinder@udel.edu

 

HOMEPAGE: http://www.udel.edu/PT/sabm

 

 

 

EDUCATION

 

Medical College of Virginia - Department of Physiology, Richmond, Virginia

 

Field of Study: Physiology - Neuroscience

Degree: Doctorate of Philosophy, August 1987

Research Advisor: H. Peter Clamann, Ph.D.

Research Topic: Force-Frequency Relations of Cat Motor Units During Linearly Varying Dynamic Stimulation

 

Emory University - Division of Physical Therapy, Atlanta, Georgia

 

Field of Study: Physical Therapy - Education in the Neurosciences

Degree: Master of Medical Science, August 1979

Research Advisor: Steven L. Wolf, PhD.

Research Topic: An Evaluation of EMG Biofeedback as an Adjunct to Therapeutic Exercise in the Treatment of Hemiplegia.

 

State University of New York at Buffalo - Buffalo, New York

 

Degree: Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy, May 1974

Honors: Cum Laude, Dean's List with Distinction, Dean's List

 

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 

 

Chair :

Department of Physical Therapy, University of Delaware, September 1998 - Present.

 

Professor :

Department of Physical Therapy (primary appointment), and Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Biomechanics and Movement Science - University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, June 1999- Present.

 

Associate Professor :

Department of Physical Therapy (primary appointment), Department of Biological Sciences, Interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience, and Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Biomechanics and Movement Sciences - University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, June 1993 - May 1999.

 

Acting Chair :

Department of Physical Therapy, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, September 1996 - January 1997.

 

Associate Chair :

Department of Physical Therapy, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, June 1994 – Present.

 

Assistant Professor :

School of Life and Health Sciences - Program in Physical Therapy (primary appointment) and Neurobiology (secondary appointment), University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, September 1987 - June 1993.

 

Instructor :

Department of Community Health, Division of Physical Therapy, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, September 1978 - June 1983.

 

Research Associate :

Regional Research and Training Center, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, August 1979 - December 1982.

 

Staff Physical Therapist :

 

Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, Hanover, New Hampshire, September 1974 - July 1977.

 

 

CURRENT PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

 

Society for Neuroscience

 

International Functional Electrical Stimulation Society

 

American Physiological Society

 

Delaware Area Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience

 

American Physical Therapy Association

 

Research Section of the APTA

 

Education Section of the APTA

 

Clinical Electrophysiology Section of the APTA

 

 

 

GRANTS

 

Principal Investigator

 

National Institutes of Health - NICHD/NCMRR - R01 - Force optimization in human skeletal muscle.  A four-year grant commencing June 2002, ($1,080,000).

 

National Institutes of Health - NICHD/NCMRR - R01 - Force optimization in human skeletal muscle. A four-year grant to commence March 1998, ($800,000).

 

UNIDEL Foundation - A construction and equipment grant for the improvement of teaching laboratories in the Department of Physical Therapy commencing April 1999, ($80,000).

 

National Institutes of Health - NICHD/NCMRR - R13 - Neuroplasticity: Interface of basic and clinical science. A grant to support a 5-day conference organized by the Section on Research of the APTA.  August 1998, ($6,000).

 

National Institutes of Health - NIAMS - FIRST Award - Force optimization in rat and human skeletal muscle. A five-year grant commencing June 1992, ($536,000).

 

UNIDEL Foundation - An equipment grant for the purchase and installation of a human muscle physiology testing center commencing January 1994, ($70,000).

 

Foundation for Physical Therapy - Identification of optimal frequencies for stimulation of skeletal muscle. A two-year grant commencing June 1989, ($50,951).

 

University of Delaware Research Foundation - Developing a model to simulate physiological fatigue. A one-year grant commencing January 1988, ($12,000).

 

University of Delaware Biomedical Research Support Grant - Minimizing transmission failure in cat single motor units during electrical stimulation. A one-year grant commencing November 1987, ($4,000).

 

United Health Foundation Short-Term Fellowship Support Grant - Analysis of Single Motor Unit Discharge Patterns in Humans. Summer 1973 - Beverly Bishop Ph.D. sponsor.

 

Co-Investigator

                  

National Institutes of Health - NICHD/NCMRR - R01 - Strength training using NMES for children with cerebral palsy. Principal Investigator:     Samuel CK Lee; Department of Physical Therapy, University of Delaware. A five-year grant commencing July 2004, (($225,000 / year in direct expenses), 10% effort / year.

 

National Institutes of Health - NICHD/NCMRR - R01 - NMES for older individuals after total knee arthroplasty. Principal Investigator: Lynn Snyder-Mackler, Department of Physical Therapy, University of Delaware.  A five-year grant commencing March 2002, ($225,000 /year in direct expenses), 10% effort / year.

 

National Institutes of Health - NICHD/NCMRR - R21 - Smart fluid devices for physical rehabilitation. Principal Investigator: Katherine Rudolph, Department of Physical Therapy, University of Delaware.  A three-year grant commencing September 2001, ($150,000 /year in direct expenses), 5% effort.

 

Whitaker Foundation - An advanced, multipoint stimulator for cardiomyoplasty. Principal Investigator: David T. George, PhD, Philadelphia Heart Institute, Presbyterian Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA. A three-year grant commencing January 1993, ($179,600).

 

Consultant/ Mentor

 

Rehabilitation Research & Development Science- Dept. of Veterans Administration- Advanced Career Development Award to Carolynn Patten. Palo Alto, CA- Motor unit firing patterns in hemiplegia. A three-year grant commencing February 2001.

 

Program Director

 

National Institutes of Health- NCMRR- Training Grant- PT/PhD Pre-doctoral Training Program. A five-year grant commencing May 2003, ( $129,244/ year ).

 

National Institutes of Health - NCMRR - Training Grant - PT/PhD Pre-doctoral Training Program. A five- year grant commencing July 1996, ($557,000).

 

Co-Director

 

National Institutes of Health - NCRR - P20 - Center for Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) - Osteoarthritis prevention and treatment.  Director: Tom Buchanan.  The goal of this grant is to develop a center for biomedical research excellence at the University of Delaware that focuses on the prevention and treatment of osteoarthritis.  A five-year grant commencing February 2002, ($6,400,000 total grant).

 

National Institutes of Health - NICHD/NCMRR - R01 - Bioengineering Research Partnership (BRP) - FES and biomechanics.  Director: Tom Buchanan.  A five-year grant commencing August 2002, ($3,100,000 total grant).

 

HONORS AND AWARDS

 

American Physical Therapy Association’s - Golden Pen Award in recognition of significant contributions to the advance of Physical Therapy. 2004.

 

Medical College of Virginia- Virginia Commonwealth University- Alumni Association Outstanding Alumnus. 2003.

 

American Physical Therapy Association's- Catherine Worthingham Fellow in recognition of lasting and significant advances in science, education, and practice of the profession of physical therapy, elected March 2003.

 

National Instruments- Virtual Instruments Application Paper Contest, Biotechnology/Life Science Category Finalist- 2003. (Perumal R, Binder-Macleod SA, Wexler AS: Novel Software for Functional Electrical Stimulation Incorporating Feedback).

 

American Physical Therapy Association's - Chattanooga Award for the best clinical research paper published in Physical Therapy - 2002.  (Stackhouse SK. Stevens JE. Lee SCK. Pearce KM. Snyder-Mackler L. Binder-Macleod SA: Maximum voluntary activation of fresh and fatigued muscle of young and elderly individuals.  Physical Therapy, 81: 1102-1109, 2001).

 

American Physical Therapy Association's Marion Williams Award for Research in Physical Therapy – 1999.

 

American Physical Therapy Association's Eugene Michels New Investigator Award for the outstanding new investigator who has demonstrated a commitment to a defined research theme – 1993.

 

Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 1987.

 

MCV Alumni Association Annual Alumni Memorial Award for the outstanding graduate student in the School of Basic Health Sciences – 1986.

 

MCV School of Basic Health Sciences Graduate Assistantship, 1984 – 1987.

 

MCV A.D. Williams Pre-doctoral Fellowship, 1983.

 

State University of New York at Buffalo, Department of Physical Therapy Scholarship Award for Outstanding Scholastic Achievement, 1974.    

 

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT PUBLIC ADVISORY COMMITTEES

         

Member, NCRR Scientific and Technical Review Board on Biomedical and Behavioral Research Facilities - C06 Applications, NIH, February, 2005.

 

Member, NCRR Special Emphasis Panel - Exploratory Centers for Interdisciplinary Research (01), NIH, July 2004.

 

Member, CSR Special Emphasis Panel- Genetic Basis of Recovery and Rehabilitation. NIH, NCMRR, March 2004.

 

Member, National Space Biomedical Research Institute (NSBRI) Board of Scientific Counselors, June 2003 to present.

 

Chair, NASA, Musculoskeletal Biology, Exercise, and Countermeasures Scientific Review Panel, November 2003.

 

Member, CSR Special Emphasis Panel- SBM (50) Molecular Basis for Contractures NIH, March 2003.

 

Member, NASA, Musculoskeletal Biology, Exercise, and Countermeasures Scientific Review Panel, April 2002.

 

Member, Geriatric and Rehabilitation Medicine Study Section, National Institutes of Health, June 1995 – June 2000.

 

Member, National Space Biomedical Research Institute, Peer Review Panel on Muscle Alterations and Atrophy, August 2000.

 

Chair, Geriatric and Rehabilitation Medicine, Special Study Section, NIH, December 1999.

 

Chair, CSR, Special Emphasis Panel, NIH, July 1999.

 

Reviewer, Developmental Neuroscience Program, National Science Foundation, September 1997.

 

Member, CSR Special Emphasis Panel, NIH, July 1996; May 1998; July 1998; February 2000.

 

Member, Geriatric and Rehabilitation Medicine, Special Emphasis Panel, National Institutes of Health, July 1996, July 1998.

 

Member, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Special Review Committee, National Institutes of Health, December 1995, July 1998.   

 

EDITORIAL BOARD MEMBERSHIPS

 

Editorial Board Member

 

Physical Therapy, Journal of the American Physical Therapy Association, 1994 – 2000.

 

Biofeedback and Self-Regulation, Journal of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback,

1992 -1997.

 

Associate Editor

 

IEEE Transections on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, 2003- present.

 

Guest Editor

 

Physical Therapy, Journal of the American Physical Therapy Association, Special Series on Skeletal Muscle. Published December, 1993 (Part I) and January 1994, (Part II).

 

Reviewer

 

Journal of Neurophysiology, 1994, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2002.

 

Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 1993.

 

Physical Therapy, Journal of the American Physical Therapy Association, 1981- 1994,

2000- present.

 

Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 1991- present.

 

Journal of Applied Physiology, 1991, 1996- present.

 

Neuroscience Letters, 1991- 1992.

 

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 1991- present.

 

Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 1994, 1998- present.

 

Muscle & Nerve, 1993, 1994, 1999 - present.

 

 

RECENT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 

 

Consultant :

Ohio Board of Regents external consultant to review the College of Mount St. Joseph's (Cincinnati, Ohio) request for authorization of a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree program.

 

Member :

University of Delaware, Human Subjects Review Board - February 2000 - Present.

                                                                                 

Chair :

External Site Reviewer- Academic Program Review- Department of Physical Therapy, Georgia State university, Atlanta, Georgia, February 2004.

 

Member-Site Reviewer :

Proposal for creation of a PhD in Rehabilitation and Movement Science, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, January 2004.

 

Member :

University of Delaware IACUC Review Committee, April 2003.

 

Member :

External Advisory Committee, Department of Physical Therapy, University of Florida, 2002 - Present.

 

Chair :

Faculty Search Committee - Department of Physical Therapy, University of Delaware, Spring 1998.

 

Member :

Foundation for Physical Therapy Scientific Review Committee, January 1998 - December 2001.

         

Chair :

Research Retreat - Neuroplasticity: Interface of Basic and Applied Sciences in Clinical Practice. Sponsored by the Research Section of the American Physical Therapy Association. Newport, RI, August 15-20, 1998.

         

Chair :

Finance Committee - Section on Research of the APTA, June 1997 - June 2001.

         

Chair :

Academic Program Review of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Delaware, 1997.

         

Member :

Search Committee - Associate Provost for Graduate Studies - University of Delaware, 1996.

         

Consultant :

Consultations with individual researchers at the APTA 1996: Scientific Meeting and Exposition. Service Sponsored by the Research, Analysis, and Development Division of the APTA. Minneapolis, MN, June 1996.

         

Member :

Promotion and Tenure Committee- Department of Medical Technology- University of Delaware, 1995, 1996.

         

Chair :

Finance Committee for a Research Retreat- Multi-segmental Motor Control- Sponsored by the Research Section of the American Physical Therapy Association. New Hampton, NH, August 13-18, 1995.

 

Reviewer :

APTA Postdoctoral Fellowship Application Reviewer, 1995.

 

Member :

Dean's Planning Advisory Committee, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Delaware, 1994-1996.

 

Member :

College Faculty Senate, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Delaware, 1993-1995.

 

Reviewer :

Research abstract reviewer for the World Congress of Physical Therapy, Washington, DC, June 1995.

 

Member :

Group to revise the American Physical Therapy Association research document "Goals and Objectives for Development of Theory in Physical Therapy.", October 1994.

 

Member :

Group to revise the American Physical Therapy Association research document "Guidelines for Determining Priorities in Clinical Research.", December 1994.

 

Chair :

Research Retreat - Muscle Function in Normal and Pathological States. Sponsored by the Research Section of the American Physical Therapy Association. New Hampton, NH, August 19-24, 1994.

 

Consultant :

Consultations with individual researchers at the Joint Congress of the American and Canadian Physical Therapy Associations. Sponsored by the research divisions of the respective associations. Toronto, Canada, June 1994.

 

Member :

Research Summit to develop a research agenda for the American Physical Therapy Association. Organized by the Research, Analysis, and Development Division of the APTA. Alexandria, VA, December 1993.

 

Chair :

Promotion and Tenure Committee, Department of Physical Therapy, University of Delaware, 1993, 1994.

 

Treasurer :

Section on Research of the American Physical Therapy Association, July 1993 - June 1997.

                                                                       

Member :

Publicity Committee, Research Section of the American Physical Therapy Association, 1991 - 1993.

 

 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

 

 

2006

 

Kesar T, Binder-Macleod SA. Effect of Frequency and Pulse Duration on Human Muscle Fatigue During Repetitive Electrical Stimulation. Exp Physiol. In Press: July 2006.

 

 Keeton RB, Binder-Macleod SA. Low-Frequency Fatigue. Physical Therapy. 86(8): 1146-1150, 2006.

 

 Scott WB, Lee SCK, Johnston TE, Binkley J, Binder-Macleod SA. Contractile Properties and the Force Frequency Relationship of the Paralyzed Human Quadriceps Muscle. Physical Therapy, 86(6): 788-799, 2006.

 

Thompson WR and Binder-Macleod SA. Association of Genetic Factors with Selected Measures of Physical Performance. Physical Therapy, 86(4): 585-591, 2006.

 

2005

 

Perumal R, Wexler AS, and Binder-Macleod SA. Mathematical Model That Predicts Lower Leg Motion in Response to Electrical Stimulation. Journal of Biomechanical, September  2005.

 

Kebaetse MB, Lee SC-K, Johnston TE, Binder-Macleod SA. Strategies That Improve Paralyzed Human Quadriceps Femoris Muscle Performance During Repetitive, Non-Isometric Contractions. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 86:2157-2164, 2005.

 

Ding J, Lee SCK, Johnston TE, Wexler AS, Scott WB,  Binder-Macleod SA: A mathematical model that predicts isometric muscle forces for individuals with spinal cord injuries.  Muscle & Nerve 31(6):702-12. 2005.

 

Binder-Macleod SA and Kesar T. Catchlike Property of Skeletal Muscle – Recent Findings and Clinical Implications. Muscle & Nerve, 31(6):681-93, 2005.

 

Stackhouse SK Binder-Macleod SA, Lee SCK. Voluntary Muscle Activation, Contractile, and Fatigue Properties in Children With and Without Cerebral Palsy. Muscle & Nerve 31(5):594-60, 2005.

 

Scott WB, Lee SCK, Johnston TE, Binder-Macleod SASwitching Stimulation Patterns Improves Performance of Paralyzed Human Quadriceps Muscle. Muscle & Nerve 31(5):581-8, 2005.

 

Chou LW, Ding J, Wexler AS Binder-Macleod SA. Predicting Optimal Electrical Stimulation for Repetitive Human Muscle Activation.  Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology. 15:300-309, 2005.

 

2004

 

Kebaetse MB and Binder-Macleod SA:  Strategies that improve human skeletal muscles performance during repetitive, non isometric contractions. Pflugers Arch. 448(5):525 32, 2004.

 

2003

 

Scott WB and Binder-Macleod SA: Changing stimulation patterns improves performance during electrically elicited contractions. Muscle & Nerve. 28: 174- 180, 2003.

 

Ding J, Wexler AS, Binder-Macleod SA: Mathematical models for fatigue minimization during functional electrical stimulation. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 13: 575-588, 2003.

 

Ding J, Storaska JA, Binder-Macleod SA: The effect of potentiation on the catchlike property. Muscle & Nerve 27: 312-319, 2003.

 

Stackhouse SK, Steven JE, Johnson CD, Snyder-Mackler L, Binder-Macleod SA: Predictability of maximum voluntary knee extension force from submaximal contractions in older adults. Muscle & Nerve 27: 40-45, 2003.

 

Steven JE, Stackhouse SK, Binder-Macleod SA, Snyder-Mackler L: Are voluntary activation deficits in older adults meaningful? Muscle & Nerve 27: 99-101, 2003.

 

2002

 

Ding J, Wexler AS, and Binder-Macleod SA: A mathematical model that predicts the force-frequency relationship of human skeletal muscle.  Muscle & Nerve 26(4):477-85, 2002.

         

Russ DW, Vandenborne K, Walter GA, and Binder-Macleod SA: Factors in fatigue during intermittent electrical stimulation of human skeletal muscle.  J Appl Physiol. 93 469-478, 2002.

 

Russ DW, Vandenborne K, Walter GA, Elliott M, and Binder-Macleod SA: Effects of muscle activation on fatigue and metabolism in human skeletal muscle.  J Appl Physiol. 92(5):1978-86, 2002.

 

Ding J, Wexler AS, and Binder-Macleod SA: A predictive fatigue model I: Predicting the effect of stimulation frequency and pattern on fatigue.  IEEE. Trans Rehab. Eng. 10(1):48-58, 2002.

 

Ding J, Wexler AS, and Binder-Macleod SA: A predictive fatigue model II: Predicting the effect of resting time on fatigue.  IEEE. Trans Rehab. Eng. 10(1):59-67, 2002.

 

Perumal R, Ding J, Wexler AS, and Binder-Macleod SA: Modeling the length dependence of isometric force in human quadriceps muscles.  J. Biomech. 35(7):919-30, 2002.

 

Russ DW, Elliot MA, Vandenborne KHE, Walter GA, and Binder-Macleod SA: Metabolic costs of force generation and maintenance of human skeletal muscle.  Amer. J. Physiol. Endocrinol.  Metab. 282:E448-E457, 2002.  

 

Kebaetse MB and Binder-Macleod SA: Effects of stimulation frequencies and patterns on performance of repetitive, nonisometric tasks.  Journal of Applied Physiology, 92:109-116, 2002.

 

Binder-Macleod SA, Dean JC, and Ding J: Electrical stimulation factors in potentiation of human quadriceps femoris.  Muscle & Nerve 25:271-279, 2002.

 

2001

 

Stackhouse SK, Reisman DS, and Binder-Macleod SA: The role of pH in skeletal muscle fatigue. Physical Therapy, 81:1897-1903, 2001.

 

Scott W, Stevens J, and Binder-Macleod SA: Human skeletal muscle fiber type classifications.  Physical Therapy, 81:1810-1816, 2001.

 

Stevens JE, Binder-Macleod SA, Snyder-Mackler L: Characterization of the human quadriceps muscle in active elders. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 82:973-978, 2001.

         

Binder-Macleod SA and Scott W: Comparison of fatigue produced by electrical stimulation trains designed to optimize force.   Acta Physiologica Scandinavica, 172:195-203, 2001.

 

Kebaetse MB, Lee SCK, Binder-Macleod SA: A novel stimulation pattern improves performance during repetitive dynamic contractions.   Muscle & Nerve, 24:744-752, 2001.

         

Stackhouse SK, Stevens JE, Lee SCK, Pearce KM, Snyder-Mackler L, Binder-Macleod SA: Maximum voluntary activation of fresh and fatigued muscle of young and elderly individuals. Physical Therapy, 81: 1102-1109, 2001.

 

2000

 

Lee SCK, Becker CN, Binder-Macleod SA: Activation of human quadriceps femoris muscle during dynamic contractions: Effects of load on fatigue. Journal of Applied Physiology, 89:926-936, 2000.

 

Ding J, Wexler AS, Binder-Macleod SA: A predictive model of fatigue in human skeletal muscles. Journal of Applied Physiology, 89:1322-1332, 2000.

 

Stackhouse SK, Dean JC, Lee SCK, Binder-Macleod SA: Measurement of central activation failure of the quadriceps femoris in healthy adults. Muscle & Nerve, 11:1706-1712, 2000.

 

Lee SCK, Binder-Macleod SA: Effects of activation frequency on dynamic performance of human fresh and fatigued muscles. Journal of Applied Physiology, 88:2166-2175, 2000.

 

Ding J, Wexler AS, Binder-Macleod SA: Development of a mathematical model that predicts optimal muscle activation patterns using brief trains. Journal of Applied Physiology, 88:917-925, 2000.

 

1999

 

Binder-Macleod, S. A., J. Ding, B. C. Magnima, and A. S. Wexler.  Use of a mathematical model to identify the optimal activation pattern for skeletal muscle during cardiomyoplasty.  Basic Appl. Myol. 9(3): 117-125, 1999.

 

Russ DW, Binder-Macleod, SA: Variable-frequency trains offset low-frequency fatigue in human skeletal muscle. Muscle & Nerve, 22(7): 874-882, 1999.

 

Lee SCK, Becker CN, Binder-Macleod SA: Catchlike-inducing train activation of human quadriceps femoris muscle during isotonic contractions: burst modulation. Journal of Applied Physiology, 87(5): 1758-1767, 1999.

 

Lee SCK, Gerdom ML, Binder-Macleod SA: Effects of muscle length on the catchlike property of human quadriceps femoris muscle. Physical Therapy, 79(8): 738-748, 1999.

 

Binder-Macleod SA, Russ DW: Effect of activation frequency on low-frequency fatigue in human skeletal muscle. Journal of Applied Physiology, 86(4): 1337-1346, 1999.

 

1998

 

Ding J, Binder-Macleod SA, Wexler AS: Two-step, predictive, isometric force model tested on data from human and rat muscles.  Journal of Applied Physiology, 85: 2176-2189, 1998.

 

Binder-Macleod SA, Lee SCK, Russ DW, and Kucharski LJ: Effects of activation pattern on human skeletal muscle fatigue.  Muscle & Nerve, 21:1145-1152, 1998.

 

Binder-Macleod SA, Lee SCK, Fritz AD, and Kucharski LJ: New look at force-frequency relationship of human skeletal muscle: effects of fatigue. Journal of Neurophysiology, 79:1858-1868, 1998

 

1997

 

Snyder-Mackler L, Binder-Macleod SA, Mettler PF: Physical Therapy Research and Researchers in the United States: Good News and Bad News. Physical Therapy Reviews 2:173-178, 1997.

 

Binder-Macleod SA, Lee SCK and Baadte SA: Reduction of the fatigue-induced force decline in human skeletal muscle by optimized stimulation trains. Arch. Phys. Med. Rehabil. 78:1129-1137, 1997.

 

George DT, Binder-Macleod SA, Delosso TN, and Santamore WP: Variable-frequency train stimulation of canine latisimus dorsi muscle during shortening contractions. Journal of Applied Physiology 83(3):994-1001, 1997.

 

Binder-Macleod SA and McLaughlin WA: Effects of asynchronous stimulation on the human quadriceps femoris muscle. Arch. Phys. Med. Rehabil. 78:294-297, 1997.

 

Wexler A, Ding J and Binder-Macleod SA: A mathematical model that predicts skeletal muscle force. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 44:337-348, 1997.

 

Binder-Macleod SA and Lee SCK: Assessment of efficacy of functional electrical stimulation in patients with hemiplegia. Topics in Stroke Rehab. 3:88-98, 1997.

 

1996

 

Binder-Macleod SA and Lee SCK: Catchlike property of human muscle during isovelocity movements. J. Appl. Physiol. 80:2051-2059, 1996.

 

1995

 

Binder-Macleod SA: Variable-frequency stimulation patterns for the optimization of force during muscle fatigue: Muscle wisdom and the catch-like property. Adv. in Exp. Med. and Biol. 384:227-240, 1995.

 

Binder-Macleod SA, Halden EE, and Jungles KA: Effects of stimulation intensity of the physiological responses of human motor units. Med. Sci. Sports and Exerc., 27:556-565; 1995.

 

Binder-Macleod SA: Electromyographic biofeedback to improve voluntary motor control. In: L Snyder-Mackler and AJ Robinson (eds.) Clinical Electrotherapy: Electrotherapy and electrophysiological testing. Second Edition. Williams and Wilkins Co., pp. 433-449; 1995.

 

1994

 

Binder-Macleod SA: Commentary on "Recovery from a 1-minute bout of fatiguing exercise: Characteristics, reliability, and responsiveness." Physical Therapy, 74:241-242; 1994.

 

Binder-Macleod SA (Editor): Skeletal Muscle. A monograph published by the American Physical Therapy Association. 1994.

 

1993

 

Binder-Macleod SA: Introduction: Skeletal Muscle. Physical Therapy, 73:829, 1993.

 

Binder-Macleod SA and Snyder-Mackler L: Muscle fatigue: clinical implications for fatigue assessment and neuromuscular electrical stimulation. Physical Therapy, 73:902-910, 1993.

 

Snyder-Mackler L, Binder-Macleod SA, and Williams PR: Fatiguability of human quadriceps femoris muscle following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Med. Sci. Sports and Exerc. 25:783-789, 1993.

 

1992

 

Binder-Macleod SA and Stoner TJ: Force-frequency relationship in the human quadriceps femoris muscle: Effects of joint angle. J. Clin Electrophysiol. 4:36-41, 1992.

 

Binder-Macleod SA and Barrish WJ: Force response of rat soleus muscle to variable-frequency train stimulation. J. Neurophysiol. 68:1068-1078, 1992.

 

Binder-Macleod SA and McDermond LM: Changes in the force-frequency relationship of the human quadriceps femoris muscle following electrically and voluntarily induced fatigue. Physical Therapy, 70:95-104, 1992.

 

Binder-Macleod SA: Force-frequency relationship in skeletal muscle. In D.P Currier and R.M. Nelson (Eds.) Dynamics of Human Biological Tissues F.A. Davis, Philadelphia, pp. 97-113, 1992.

 

 

 

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