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Christian Ethier
Christian Ethier
Assistant Professor, Université Laval
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ulaval.ca
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Restoration of grasp following paralysis through brain-controlled stimulation of muscles
C Ethier, ER Oby, MJ Bauman, LE Miller
Nature 485 (7398), 368-371, 2012
4902012
Cortical population activity within a preserved neural manifold underlies multiple motor behaviors
JA Gallego, MG Perich, SN Naufel, C Ethier, SA Solla, LE Miller
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-13, 2018
1502018
The comparable size and overlapping nature of upper limb distal and proximal muscle representations in the human motor cortex
H Devanne, F Cassim, C Ethier, L Brizzi, A Thevenon, C Capaday
European Journal of Neuroscience 23 (9), 2467-2476, 2006
902006
Local field potentials allow accurate decoding of muscle activity
RD Flint, C Ethier, ER Oby, LE Miller, MW Slutzky
Journal of neurophysiology 108 (1), 18-24, 2012
862012
Statistical signal processing for neuroscience and neurotechnology
KG Oweiss
Academic Press, 2010
822010
Linear summation of cat motor cortex outputs
C Ethier, L Brizzi, WG Darling, C Capaday
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (20), 5574-5581, 2006
782006
Intrafascicular stimulation of monkey arm nerves evokes coordinated grasp and sensory responses
NM Ledbetter, C Ethier, ER Oby, SD Hiatt, AM Wilder, JH Ko, SP Agnew, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 109 (2), 580-590, 2013
662013
On the functional organization and operational principles of the motor cortex
C Capaday, C Ethier, C Van Vreeswijk, WG Darling
Frontiers in neural circuits 7, 66, 2013
642013
Movement representation in the primary motor cortex and its contribution to generalizable EMG predictions
ER Oby, C Ethier, LE Miller
Journal of neurophysiology 109 (3), 666-678, 2013
542013
Brain-controlled neuromuscular stimulation to drive neural plasticity and functional recovery
C Ethier, JA Gallego, LE Miller
Current opinion in neurobiology 33, 95-102, 2015
502015
Electrical conduction block in large nerves: high‐frequency current delivery in the nonhuman primate
DM Ackermann Jr, C Ethier, EL Foldes, ER Oby, D Tyler, M Bauman, ...
Muscle & nerve 43 (6), 897-899, 2011
432011
A 0.13-CMOS SoC for Simultaneous Multichannel Optogenetics and Neural Recording
G Gagnon-Turcotte, MN Khiarak, C Ethier, Y De Koninck, B Gosselin
IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits 53 (11), 3087-3100, 2018
412018
On the nature of the intrinsic connectivity of the cat motor cortex: evidence for a recurrent neural network topology
C Capaday, C Ethier, L Brizzi, A Sik, C van Vreeswijk, D Gingras
Journal of neurophysiology 102 (4), 2131-2141, 2009
412009
On the potential role of the corticospinal tract in the control and progressive adaptation of the soleus H-reflex during backward walking
RV Ung, MA Imbeault, C Ethier, L Brizzi, C Capaday
Journal of Neurophysiology 94 (2), 1133-1142, 2005
382005
On the soleus H-reflex modulation pattern during walking
C Ethier, MA Imbeault, V Ung, C Capaday
Experimental brain research 151 (3), 420-425, 2003
382003
Brain-controlled muscle stimulation for the restoration of motor function
C Ethier, LE Miller
Neurobiology of disease 83, 180-190, 2015
362015
Neural mechanism of activity spread in the cat motor cortex and its relation to the intrinsic connectivity
C Capaday, C van Vreeswijk, C Ethier, J Ferkinghoff‐Borg, D Weber
The Journal of Physiology 589 (10), 2515-2528, 2011
342011
EMG prediction from motor cortical recordings via a nonnegative point-process filter
K Nazarpour, C Ethier, L Paninski, JM Rebesco, RC Miall, LE Miller
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 59 (7), 1829-1838, 2011
272011
Corticospinal control of antagonistic muscles in the cat
C Ethier, L Brizzi, D Giguere, C Capaday
European Journal of Neuroscience 26 (6), 1632-1641, 2007
262007
A 13μm CMOS SoC for simultaneous multichannel optogenetics and electrophysiological brain recording
G Gagnon-Turcotte, C Ethier, Y De Köninck, B Gosselin
2018 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference-(ISSCC), 466-468, 2018
202018
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