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Nolasco, L., Silverman, A.K., and Gates, D.H.  (2019) “Whole body and segment angular momentum during 90-degree turns” Gait & Posture. 70: 12-19.

Totah, D., Menon, M., Jones-Hershinow, C., Barton, K., and Gates, D.H. (2019) “The impact of ankle-foot orthosis stiffness on gait: A systematic literature review” Gait & Posture. 69: 101-111.

Kang, J., Gonzalez, M., Gillespie, R.B., and Gates, D.H. (2019) “A haptic object to quantify the effect of feedback modality on prosthetic grasping” IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 4(2): 1101-1108.


Ingraham, K., Choi, H., Gardinier, E.S., Remy, C.D. and Gates, D.H. (2018) "Choosing appropriate prosthetic ankle power to reduce the energetic cost of individuals with transtibial amputation” Scientific Reports 8: 15303.

Cowley, J.C. and Gates, D.H. (2018) “Influence of remote pain on movement control and muscle endurance during repetitive movements” Experimental Brain Research 236(8): 2309-2319.

Actis, J.A, Nolasco, L., Gates, D.H., and Silverman, A.K. (2018) "Lumbar loads and trunk kinematics in people with a transtibial amputation during sit-to-stand", Journal of Biomechanics 69(1): 1-9.

Actis, J.A., Honegger, J.D., Gates, D.H., Petrella, A., Nolasco, L. and Silverman, A.K. (2018) “Validation of lumbar spine loading from a musculoskeletal model including the lower limbs and spine” Journal of Biomechanics 68: 107-114.

Gardinier, E.S., Wensman, J., Kelly, B.M. and Gates, D.H. (2018) “A controlled clinical trial of a clinically-tuned powered ankle prosthesis in people with transtibial amputation” Clinical Rehabilitation 32(3): 319-329.

Lapointe, A., Nolasco, L., Sosnowski, A., Andrews, E., Martini, D.N., Palmieri-Smith, R., Gates, D.H., and Broglio, S.P. (2018) “Kinematic differences during a jump cut maneuver in people with and without a concussion history” International Journal of Psychophysiology 132 (Pt A): 93-98.

Engdahl, S. and Gates, D.H. (2018) “Reliability of upper limb and trunk joint angles in healthy adults during activities of daily living” Gait & Posture 60: 41-7. 

Totah, D., Ojeda, L., Johnson, D.D., Gates, D.H., Mower Provost, E., and Barton, K. (2018) “Low–back electromyography (EMG) data-driven load classification for lifting tasks” PloS ONE 13(2): e0192938.


Engdahl, S., Chestek, C., Kelly, B., Davis, A., and Gates, D.H. (2017) “Factors associated with interest in novel interfaces for upper limb prosthetic control” PLoS ONE 12(8): e0182482.

Koller, J., Gates, D.H., Ferris, D., Remy, C.D. (2017) “Confidence in the curve: establishing instantaneous cost mapping techniques using bilateral ankle exoskeletons" Journal of Applied Physiology. 122(2): 242-252. (PMID # 27856717).

Cowley, J.C. and Gates, D.H. (2017) “Inter-joint coordination changes during and after muscle fatigue” Human Movement Science 56 Part B, 109-118.    

Cowley, J.C., Resnik, L., Wilken, J.M., Smurr Walters, L, Gates, D.H. (2017) “Movement quality of conventional prostheses and the DEKA arm during everyday tasks” Prosthetics Orthotics International, (Mar) 1-8. (PMID #26932980)

Cowley, J.C., Leonardis, J., Lipps, D., and Gates, D.H. (2017) “The Influence of wrist posture, grip type and grip force on median nerve shape and cross-sectional area.” Clinical Anatomy 30(4): 470-478. (PMID #28281294).

Cowley, J.C. and Gates, D.H. (2017) “Proximal and distal muscle fatigue differentially affect coordination” PLoS ONE. 12(2): e0172835.


Gates, D.H., Smurr Walters, L., Cowley, J.C., Wilken, J.M., and Resnik, L. (2016) Motion requirements for upper limb activities of daily living. American Journal of Occupational Therapy. 70(1), 1-10. 

Musselman, M., Gates, D.H., and Djurdjanovic, D. (2016) “A system-based approach to monitoring the neuromusculoskeletal system” International Journal of Prognostics and Health Management7(2):1-14.

Martini, D., Goulet, G.C., Gates, D.H., Broglio, S.P. (2016) “Long-term effects of adolescent concussion history on gait, across age” Gait & Posture, 49: 264-270. (PMID# 27472823)

Davidson, A., Gardinier, E.S., Gates, D.H. (2016) “Within and between day reliability of energetic cost measures during treadmill walking” Cogent Engineering. 3(1): 1251028


Engdahl, S., Christie, B., Kelly, B., Davis, A., Chestek, C. and Gates, D.H. (2015) Assessing patient interest in advanced prosthetic technology. Journal of Neural Engineering and Rehabilitation, 12:51 [link].


Sturdy, J., Gates, D.H., Darter, B.J., Wilken, J.M. (2014) Assessing preparative gait adaptations in persons with transtibial amputation in response to repeated medial-lateral perturbations, Gait & Posture 39 (3): 995-8 [link].

Cowley, J.C., Dingwell, J.B., and Gates, D.H. (2014) Effects of local and widespread muscle fatigue on movement timing. Experimental Brain Research, 232 (12): 3939-3948.


Gates, D.H., Scott, S.J., Wilken, J.M., Dingwell, J.B. (2013) Frontal plane dynamic margins of stability of individuals with and without transtibial amputation walking on a loose rock surface, Gait & Posture. 38: 570-575. [link

Gates, D.H., Aldridge, J.M., Wilken, J.M. (2013) Kinematic comparison of walking on uneven ground using powered and unpowered prostheses, Clinical Biomechanics 28: 467-472. 


Gates, D.H., Darter, B.J., Dingwell, J.B., Wilken, J.M. (2012) Comparison of walking overground and in Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment (CAREN) in individuals with and without transtibial amputations, Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation 9:81. [link]

Gates, D.H., Dingwell, J.B., Scott, S.J., Sinitski, E.H., Wilken, J.M. (2012) Gait characteristics of individuals with transtibial amputations walking on a destabilizing rock surface, Gait & Posture, 36: 33-39. [link

Gates, D.H., Wilken, J.M., Scott, S.J., Sinitski, E.H., Dingwell, J.B. (2012) Kinematic strategies when walking across a destabilizing rock surface, Gait & Posture, 35(1): 36-42. [link


Segala, D, Gates, D.H., Dingwell, J.B., Chelidze, D (2011) Nonlinear smooth orthogonal decomposition of kinematic features of sawing reconstructs muscle fatigue evolution as indicated by electromyography, Journal of Biomechanical Engineering 133(3): 031009. [link

Gates, D.H. and Dingwell, J.B. (2011) The effects of muscle fatigue and movement height on movement stability and variability, Experimental Brain Research. 209(4): 525-36. [link]


Gates, D.H. and Dingwell, J.B. (2010) Muscle fatigue does not lead to increased instability of upper extremity repetitive movements, Journal of Biomechanics. 43(5): 913-919. [link]

Welch, T, Bridges, A, Gates, D, Heller, M, Stillman D, Raasch, C, Carhart, M (2010) An evaluation of the BioRID II and Hybrid III during low- and moderate-speed rear impacts, SAE Int. J. Passeng Cars – Mech Syst. 3(1): 704-433. 

Gates, D.H., Bridges, A., Welch, T.D.J., Lam, T., Scher, I., Yamaguchi, G.T. (2010) Lumbar loads in low to moderate speed rear impacts, Technical Paper #2010-01- 0141, Society of Automotive Engineers.

Lam, T., and Gates, D.H. (2010) Repeated impacts on a motorcycle helmet: What happens after a significant impact? Technical Paper # 2010-01-1016, Society of Automotive Engineers. 


Gates, D.H. and Dingwell, J.B. (2009) Comparison of different state space definitions for local dynamic stability analyses, Journal of Biomechanics. 42 (9): 1345-1349 [link]. 


Gates, D.H. and Dingwell, J.B. (2008) The effects of neuromuscular fatigue on task performance during repetitive goal-directed movements, Experimental Brain Research, 187 (4): 573-585. [link


Gates, D.H. and Dingwell, J.B. (2007) Peripheral neuropathy does not alter the fractal dynamics of stride intervals of gait, Journal of Applied Physiology, 102 (3): 965- 971. [link

Gates, D.H., Su, J.L. and Dingwell, J.B. (2007) Possible biomechanical origins of the long-range correlations in stride intervals of walking, Physica A, 380: 259-270. [link]