Zelik Lab for Biomechanics & Assistive Technology

Publications

Selected Publications

Lamers, E. P., Yang., A. J. and Zelik, K. E. (2018). Feasibility of a biomechanically-assistive garment to reduce low back loading during leaning and lifting. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering. 65.8 (2018): 1674-1680.
ARTICLE  –  POPULAR PRESS

Yandell, M. B., Quinlivan, B. T., Popov, D., Walsh, C. J. and Zelik, K. E. (2017). Physical interface dynamics alter how robotic exosuits augment human movement: implications for optimizing wearable assistive devices. J NeuroEngineering & Rehabilitation. 14.1: 40.
ARTICLE  –  SUMMARY

Zelik, K. E. and Honert, E. C. (2018). Ankle and foot power in gait analysis: Implications for science, technology and clinical assessment. J Biomech.
ARTICLE  –  PREPRINT WITH SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL

Matijevich, E. S., Branscombe, L. M. and Zelik, K. E. (2018) Ultrasound estimates of Achilles tendon exhibit unexpected shortening during ankle plantarflexionJ Biomech. 72, 200-206. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbiomech.2018.03.013
ARTICLE  –  SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL

 

Complete Publication List

32. Lamers, E. P., Soltys, J. C., Scherpereel, K. L., Yang, A. J. and Zelik, K. E. Spring-Powered Exosuit Reduces Low Back Muscle Fatigue. J Applied Ergonomics. In Review.

31. King, S. T., Eveld, M. E., Martínez, A., Zelik, K. E and Goldfarb, M. A novel system for introducing precisely-controlled, unanticipated gait perturbations for the study of stumble recovery. J NeuroEngineering & Rehabilitation. In Review.

30. McDonald, K. A., Honert, E. C., McDonald, K. A. and Zelik, K. E. Unholey shoes: experimental considerations when estimating ankle joint complex power during walking and running. J Biomechanics. In Review.

29. Honert, E. C. and Zelik, K. E. Foot and shoe responsible for majority of soft tissue work in early stance of walking. Journal of Experimental Biology. In Review.

28. Lamers, E. P., Eveld, M. E., and Zelik, K. E. Subject-Specific Responses to an Adaptive Ankle Prosthesis during Incline Walking. Clinical Biomechanics. In Review.

27. Yandell, M. B., Tacca, J. R., and Zelik, K. E. Design of an Ultra-Low Profile, Unpowered Ankle Exoskeleton That Fits Under Clothes: Overcoming Practical Barriers to Widespread Societal Adoption. IEEE TNSRE. In Review.

26. Matijevich E. S., Branscombe, L. M., Scott, L. R., and Zelik, K. E. Ground reaction force metrics are not strongly correlated with tibia load during running across speeds and slopes: implications for science, sport and wearable tech. PLoS One. In Press.

25. Honert, E. C., Bastas, G. and Zelik, K. E. (2018) Effect of toe joint stiffness and toe shape on walking biomechanics. Bioinspiration & Biomimetics. 13.6 (2018): 066007.
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24. Bastas, G., Fleck J. J., Peters, R. A. and Zelik, K. E. (2018). IMU-Based Gait Analysis in Lower Limb Prosthesis Users: Comparison of Step Demarcation Algorithms. Gait & Posture. 64: 30-37.
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23. Dewolf, A. H., Ivanenko Y. P., Zelik, K. E., Lacquaniti, F. and Willems, P. A. (2018). Kinematic patterns while walking on a slope at different speeds. J Applied Physiology.
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22. Zelik, K. E. and Honert, E. C. (2018). Ankle and foot power in gait analysis: Implications for science, technology and clinical assessment. J Biomech.
ARTICLE  –  PREPRINT WITH SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL

21. Matijevich, E. S., Branscombe, L. M. and Zelik, K. E. (2018). Ultrasound estimates of Achilles tendon exhibit unexpected shortening during ankle plantarflexion. J Biomech. 72, 200-206. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbiomech.2018.03.013
ARTICLE  –  SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL

20. Lamers, E. P., Yang., A. J. and Zelik, K. E. (2018). Feasibility of a biomechanically-assistive garment to reduce low back loading during leaning and lifting. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering. 65.8 (2018): 1674-1680.
ARTICLE  –  POPULAR PRESS

19. Yandell, M. B., Quinlivan, B. T., Popov, D., Walsh, C. J. and Zelik, K. E. (2017). Physical interface dynamics alter how robotic exosuits augment human movement: implications for optimizing wearable assistive devices. J NeuroEngineering & Rehabilitation. 14.1: 40.
ARTICLE  –  SUMMARY

18. Zelik, K. E. and Franz, J. R. (2017). It’s positive to be negative: Achilles tendon work loops during human locomotion. PLoS ONE12(7): e0179976. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0179976
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17. Honert, E. C. and Zelik, K. E. (2016). Inferring muscle-tendon unit power from ankle joint power during the push-off phase of human walking: insights from a multiarticular EMG-driven model. PLoS ONE. 11.10: e0163169.
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16. Zelik, K. E. and Adamczyk, P. G. (2016) Invited Commentary: A unified perspective on ankle push-off in human walking. J Experimental Biology. 219.23: 3676-3683.
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15. Yandell, M. B. and Zelik, K. E. (2016). Preferred barefoot step frequency is influenced by factors beyond minimizing metabolic rate. Nature Scientific Reports, 6, Article number: 23243. doi:10.1038/srep23243
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14. Skinner, N. E., Zelik, K. E. and Kuo, A. D. (2015). Subjective valuation of cushioning in a human drop landing task as quantified by trade-offs in mechanical work. J Biomech. 48(10): 1887-1892. doi: 10.1016/j.jbiomech.2015.04.029
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13. Zelik, K. E., Takahashi, K. Z. and Sawicki G. S. (2015). Six degree-of-freedom analysis of hip, knee, ankle and foot provides updated understanding of biomechanical work during human walking. J Experimental Biology. 218(6): 876-886. doi:10.1242/jeb.115451
ARTICLE  –  SUMMARY

12. Zelik, K. E., La Scaleia, V., Ivanenko, Y. P. and Lacquaniti, F. (2015). Coordination of intrinsic and extrinsic foot muscles during walking. European J Applied Physiology, 115(4): 691-701.
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11. Fu, X. Y., Zelik, K. E., Board, W. J., Browning, R. C. and Kuo, A.D. (2015). Soft tissue deformations contribute to the mechanics of walking in obese adults. MSSE. 47(7): 1435-1443. doi: 10.1249/MSS.0000000000000554
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10. La Scaleia, V., Ivanenko ,Y. P., Zelik, K. E. and Lacquaniti, F. (2014). Spinal motor outputs during step-to-step transitions of diverse human gaits. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8: 305.
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9. Zelik, K. E., La Scaleia, V., Ivanenko, Y. P. and Lacquaniti, F. (2014). Can modular strategies simplify neural control of multidirectional human locomotion? J Neurophysiology.
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8. Zelik, K. E., Huang, T. P., Adamczyk, P. G. and Kuo, A. D. (2014). The role of series ankle elasticity in bipedal walking. J Theoretical Biology. 346: 75-85. doi: 10.1016/j.jtbi.2013.12.014
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7. Lacquaniti, F., Ivanenko, Y. P., d’Avella, A., Zelik, K. E. and Zago M. (2013). Evolutionary and developmental modules. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 7: 61. doi:10.3389/fncom.2013.00061
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6. Zelik, K. E. and Kuo, A. D. (2012). Mechanical work as an indirect measure of subjective costs influencing human movement. PLoS ONE. 7(2): e31143.
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5. Segal, A. D., Zelik, K. E., Klute, G. K., Morgenroth, D. C., Hahn, M. E., Orendurff, M. S., Adamczyk, P. G., Collins, S. H., Kuo, A. D. and Czerniecki, J. M. (2012). The effects of controlled energy storage and return prototype prosthetic foot on transtibial amputee ambulation. Human Movement Science.
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4. Zelik, K. E., Collins, S. H., Adamczyk, P. G., Segal A. D., Klute, G. K., Morgenroth, D. C., Hahn M. E., Orendurff, M. S., Czerniecki, J. M. and Kuo, A. D. (2011). Systematic variation of prosthetic foot spring affects center-of-mass mechanics and metabolic cost during walking. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, 19(4): 411-419.
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3. Morgenroth, D. C., Segal, A. D., Zelik, K. E., Czerniecki, J. M., Klute, G. K., Adamczyk, P. G., Orendurff, M. S., Hahn, M. E., Collins, S. H. and Kuo, A. D. (2011). The effect of prosthetic foot push-off on mechanical loading associated with knee osteoarthritis in lower extremity amputees. Gait & Posture.
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2. Zelik, K. E. and Kuo, A. D. (2010). Human walking isn’t all hard work: evidence of soft tissue contributions to energy dissipation and return. J Experimental Biology, 213(Pt 24): 4257-4264.
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1. Tereshchenko, L. G., Faddis, M. N., Fetics, B. J., Zelik, K. E., Efimov, I. R. and Berger, R. D. (2009). Transient local injury current in right ventricular electrogram after implantable cardioverter-defibrillator shock predicts heart failure progression. J American College of Cardiology, 54(9), 822-828.
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