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Research interests

PhD in medical sciences, physiotherapist by training. Publications in biomedical engineering and physics journals about the fundamental, neuromechanical concepts of prosthetic limb gait. Mathematical computer models were used to study the prosthetic limb gait data of transfemoral amputees.

Publications

Facilitators and barriers for the implementation of exercise are medicine in routine clinical care in Dutch university medical centres: a mixed methodology study on clinicians' perceptions

Self-report Versus Measured Physical Activity Levels During Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation: mobility, exercise & sports; a critical position stand on current and future research perspectives

RehabMove2018: active lifestyle for people with physical disabilities; mobility, exercise & sports

Implementing Individually Tailored Prescription of Physical Activity in Routine Clinical Care: Protocol of the Physicians Implement Exercise = Medicine (PIE=M) Development and Implementation Project

Rhythmic neural activity is comodulated with short-term gait modifications during first-time use of a dummy prosthesis: a pilot study

Standing task difficulty related increase in agonist-agonist and agonist-antagonist common inputs are driven by corticospinal and subcortical inputs respectively

As Standing Task Difficulty Increases, Corticospinal Excitability Increases in Proportion to COP velocity but M1 Excitability Changes are Participant-Specific: Corticospinal and M1 Excitability in Standing

Gait analysis and adaptations: using new ideas to tackle old problems in gait classification and training

Rehabmove 2018 Congress and Zenodo: Passionate about Open Science!

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Press/media

Een kast vol apparatuur voor belevenis-onderwijs

MatchMaking and Pitches; Ministerie van Volksgezondheid, Welzijn en Sport

Knee Flexion Strategy Enables Obstacle Avoidance in Lower Limb Amputees

Hoe?Zo! - Ali B visits CAREN lab Groningen

TV Noord news item Prosthesis users

ARTE: CAREN lab Human Movement Sciences Rijksuniversity Groningen NL, 2005

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