Jaimie Borisoff
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Suppression of Rho-kinase activity promotes axonal growth on inhibitory CNS substrates
JF Borisoff, CCM Chan, GW Hiebert, L Oschipok, GS Robertson, ...
Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience 22 (3), 405-416, 2003
2612003
Cardiovascular disease and spinal cord injury: results from a national population health survey
JJ Cragg, VK Noonan, A Krassioukov, J Borisoff
Neurology 81 (8), 723-728, 2013
1982013
Brain-computer interface design for asynchronous control applications: improvements to the LF-ASD asynchronous brain switch
JF Borisoff, SG Mason, A Bashashati, GE Birch
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 51 (6), 985-992, 2004
1822004
The impact of spinal cord injury on sexual function: concerns of the general population
KD Anderson, JF Borisoff, RD Johnson, SA Stiens, SL Elliott
Spinal cord 45 (5), 328-337, 2007
1752007
Rho-kinase inhibition enhances axonal plasticity and attenuates cold hyperalgesia after dorsal rhizotomy
LM Ramer, JF Borisoff, MS Ramer
Journal of Neuroscience 24 (48), 10796-10805, 2004
1092004
Long-term effects of spinal cord injury on sexual function in men: implications for neuroplasticity
KD Anderson, JF Borisoff, RD Johnson, SA Stiens, SL Elliott
Spinal cord 45 (5), 338-348, 2007
1032007
A survey of stakeholder perspectives on exoskeleton technology
J Wolff, C Parker, J Borisoff, WB Mortenson, J Mattie
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 11 (1), 169, 2014
822014
Spinal cord injury and type 2 diabetes: results from a population health survey
JJ Cragg, VK Noonan, M Dvorak, A Krassioukov, GBJ Mancini, JF Borisoff
Neurology 81 (21), 1864-1868, 2013
812013
Spinal cord injury influences psychogenic as well as physical components of female sexual ability
KD Anderson, JF Borisoff, RD Johnson, SA Stiens, SL Elliott
Spinal Cord 45 (5), 349-359, 2007
772007
Molecular targets for therapeutic intervention after spinal cord injury
BK Kwon, JF Borisoff, W Tetzlaff
Molecular interventions 2 (4), 244, 2002
762002
Real-time control of a video game with a direct brain–computer interface
SG Mason, R Bohringer, JF Borisoff, GE Birch
Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology 21 (6), 404-408, 2004
622004
Schwann cells generated from neonatal skin-derived precursors or neonatal peripheral nerve improve functional recovery after acute transplantation into the partially injured …
JS Sparling, F Bretzner, J Biernaskie, P Assinck, Y Jiang, H Arisato, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (17), 6714-6730, 2015
582015
Current trends in brain-computer interface research at the Neil Squire Foundation
GE Birch, SG Mason, JF Borisoff
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 11 (2 …, 2003
582003
Brain interface research for asynchronous control applications
JF Borisoff, SG Mason, GE Birch
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 14 (2 …, 2006
572006
Deafferentation and neurotrophin‐mediated intraspinal sprouting: a central role for the p75 neurotrophin receptor
ALM Scott, JF Borisoff, MS Ramer
European Journal of Neuroscience 21 (1), 81-92, 2005
472005
Fibroblast growth factor treatment produces differential effects on survival and neurite outgrowth from identified bulbospinal neurons in vitro
DM Pataky, JF Borisoff, KJL Fernandes, W Tetzlaff, JD Steeves
Experimental neurology 163 (2), 357-372, 2000
462000
Endogenous TrkB ligands suppress functional mechanosensory plasticity in the deafferented spinal cord
LM Ramer, LT McPhail, JF Borisoff, LJJ Soril, TKY Kaan, JHT Lee, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (21), 5812-5822, 2007
382007
Wheelchair
J Borisoff
US Patent 7,845,665, 2010
292010
Neuropathic pain, depression, and cardiovascular disease: a national multicenter study
JJ Cragg, VK Noonan, L Noreau, JF Borisoff, JK Kramer
Neuroepidemiology 44 (3), 130-137, 2015
232015
The development of a sensory substitution system for the sexual rehabilitation of men with chronic spinal cord injury
JF Borisoff, SL Elliott, S Hocaloski, GE Birch
The journal of sexual medicine 7 (11), 3647-3658, 2010
232010
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