Teresa Pitts
Teresa Pitts
Associate Professor | Endowed Chair in Neurological Surgery | Dir of Research- Div of Comm Disorders
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Aspiration and swallowing in Parkinson disease and rehabilitation with EMST: a randomized trial
MS Troche, MS Okun, JC Rosenbek, N Musson, HH Fernandez, ...
Neurology 75 (21), 1912-1919, 2010
Impact of expiratory muscle strength training on voluntary cough and swallow function in Parkinson disease
T Pitts, D Bolser, J Rosenbek, M Troche, MS Okun, C Sapienza
Chest 135 (5), 1301-1308, 2009
Pathophysiology of radiation-induced dysphagia in head and neck cancer
SN King, NE Dunlap, PA Tennant, T Pitts
Dysphagia 31 (3), 339-351, 2016
Voluntary cough production and swallow dysfunction in Parkinson’s disease
T Pitts, D Bolser, J Rosenbek, M Troche, C Sapienza
Dysphagia 23 (3), 297-301, 2008
Using voluntary cough to detect penetration and aspiration during oropharyngeal swallowing in patients with Parkinson disease
T Pitts, M Troche, G Mann, J Rosenbek, MS Okun, C Sapienza
Chest 138 (6), 1426-1431, 2010
Respiratory strength training: concept and intervention outcomes
C Sapienza, M Troche, T Pitts, P Davenport
Seminars in speech and language 32 (01), 021-030, 2011
Coordination of cough and swallow: a meta-behavioral response to aspiration
T Pitts, MJ Rose, AN Mortensen, I Poliacek, CM Sapienza, BG Lindsey, ...
Respiratory physiology & neurobiology 189 (3), 543-551, 2013
Lung volume during swallowing: single bolus swallows in healthy young adults
KMW Hegland, JE Huber, T Pitts, CM Sapienza
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2009
Airway protective mechanisms
T Pitts
Lung 192 (1), 27-31, 2014
Blood pressure changes alter tracheobronchial cough: computational model of the respiratory-cough network and in vivo experiments in anesthetized cats
I Poliacek, KF Morris, BG Lindsey, LS Segers, MJ Rose, LWC Corrie, ...
Journal of Applied Physiology 111 (3), 861-873, 2011
Central neural circuits for coordination of swallowing, breathing, and coughing: predictions from computational modeling and simulation
DC Bolser, C Gestreau, KF Morris, PW Davenport, TE Pitts
Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America 46 (6), 957-964, 2013
Lung volume measured during sequential swallowing in healthy young adults
KW Hegland, JE Huber, T Pitts, PW Davenport, CM Sapienza
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2011
Co‐ordination of cough and swallow in vivo and in silico
T Pitts, K Morris, B Lindsey, P Davenport, I Poliacek, D Bolser
Experimental physiology 97 (4), 469-473, 2012
Functional neural–bone marrow pathways: implications in hypertension and cardiovascular disease
J Zubcevic, MM Santisteban, T Pitts, DM Baekey, PD Perez, DC Bolser, ...
Hypertension 63 (6), e129-e139, 2014
Role of the dorsal medulla in the neurogenesis of airway protection
DC Bolser, TE Pitts, PW Davenport, KF Morris
Pulmonary pharmacology & therapeutics 35, 105-110, 2015
Urge to cough with voluntary suppression following mechanical pharyngeal stimulation
KW Hegland, T Pitts, DC Bolser, PW Davenport
Bratislavske lekarske listy 112 (3), 109, 2011
A joint computational respiratory neural network-biomechanical model for breathing and airway defensive behaviors
R O’Connor, LS Segers, KF Morris, SC Nuding, T Pitts, DC Bolser, ...
Frontiers in physiology 3, 264, 2012
Concordance and discriminatory power of cough measurement devices for individuals with Parkinson disease
EP Silverman, G Carnaby-Mann, T Pitts, P Davenport, MS Okun, ...
Chest 145 (5), 1089-1096, 2014
The course of lung inflation alters the central pattern of tracheobronchial cough in cat—the evidence for volume feedback during cough
I Poliacek, M Simera, M Veternik, Z Kotmanova, T Pitts, J Hanacek, ...
Respiratory physiology & neurobiology 229, 43-50, 2016
Improved voluntary cough immediately following office‐based vocal fold medialization injections
BH Ruddy, TE Pitts, J Lehman, B Spector, V Lewis, CM Sapienza
The Laryngoscope 124 (7), 1645-1647, 2014
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