National Institutes of Health (NIAMS) R01 Research Grant (R01-AR056704)
Trapezius Muscle Activity in Occupational Myalgia (2010-2014)
RECENTLY COMPLETED GRANTS
National Institutes of Health (NCRR) K12 Institutional Training Grant (TL1-RR025778)
Mechanisms and Treatment of Elevated Muscle Activity (2008-2011)
Sokol, PI; Maluf, CCTSI Fellow
Center for Women's Health Research Faculty Career Development Award
Effects of Sex and Age on Muscle Activity in Patients with Chronic Neck Pain (2009-2010)
Maluf, Faculty Fellow
National Institutes of Health Clinical Loan Repayment Grant
Clinical Investigations of Neuromuscular Activation (2004-2010)
National Institutes of Health (NIAMS) R21 Exploratory Grant (R21-AR054181)
Effects of Mental Concentration on Intrinsic Activation of Human Motor Neurons (2007-2010)
International Association for the Study of Pain John J. Bonica Postdoctoral Trainee Fellowship
Exercise-induced Hypoalgesia in Patients with Chronic Pain (2009-2010)
Umeda, PI; Maluf, Postdoctoral Mentor
Stephenson JL, Christou EA and Maluf KS. Discharge rate modulation of trapezius motor units differs for voluntary contractions and instructed muscle rest. Experimental Brain Research, 208: 203-215, 2011.
Stephenson JL and Maluf KS. Discharge behaviors of trapezius motor units during exposure to low and high levels of acute psychosocial stress. Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology, 27(1):52-61, 2010.
VanDillen LR, Maluf KS, Sahrmann SA. Further examination of modifying patient-preferred movement and alignment strategies in patients with low back pain during symptomatic tests. Manual Therapy 14:52-60, 2009.
Maluf KS, Barry BK, Riley ZA, Enoka RM. Reflex responsiveness of a human hand muscle when controlling isometric force and joint position. Clinical Neurophysiology 118(9):2063-2071, 2007.
Maluf KS and Enoka RM. Task failure during fatiguing contractions performed by humans. Journal of Applied Physiology 99:389-396, 2005.
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