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Jonathan Shemmell Ph.D.: CV

Personal details

Surname: Shemmell
Forenames: Jonathan 


Address:
Physiology and PM and R
Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
Northwestern University
345 E Superior Street
60611 Chicago, IL, USA
Tel: 312-238-1404
E-mail: j-stinear@northwestern.edu

Scientific education

Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, Bachelor of Applied Science, 1993-95, Sports Coaching
Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, Bachelor of Applied Science (Honors), 1996, Biomechanics
University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, Master of Science, 1997-99, Biomechanics
University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, Ph.D.,2000-04, Neurophysiology

Positions and Employment

1996-97 Research Assistant to Dr. Tony Sparrow
Project: Sensitivity and bias in human visual perception
Biomechanics Consultant to Australian Army
Biomechanics tutor – School of Human Movement Studies, The University of Queensland
1998-04 Senior Research Assistant - School of Human Movement Studies, The University of Queensland
2004-06 Postdoctoral Fellow – NeuroMuscular Research Center, Boston University
2006 - Postdoctoral Fellow – Sensory Motor Performance Program, The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

Honors

2002-2003 Awarded University of Queensland Graduate School Award

Professional Memberships

2001- Member of the Society for Neuroscience
2001 - Member of the Neural Control of Movement Society

Selected peer-reviewed publications

Burgess-Limerick, R., Shemmell, J., Scaddon, R. & Plooy, A. (1999) Wrist posture during computer pointing device use, Clinical Biomechanics, 14(5), 280-286.

Sparrow, W.A., Shemmell, J. & Shinkfield, A.J. (2001) Visual perception of action categories and the "bowl-throw" decision in cricket, Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 4(2), 233-244. 

Burgess-Limerick, R., Shemmell, J., Barry, B., Carson, R.G. & Abernethy, B. (2001) Spontaneous transitions in the coordination of a whole body movement, Human Movement Science, 20(4-5), 549-562. 

Mackey, D.C., Meichenbaum, D.P., Shemmell, J., Riek, S. & Carson, R.G. (2002) Neural compensation for compliant loads during rhythmic movement, Experimental Brain Research, 142, 409-417.

Shemmell, J., Forner, M., Tresilian, J.R, Riek, S., Barry, B. & Carson, R.G. (2005) Neuromuscular adaptation during skill acquisition on a two degree-of-freedom target acquisition task: isometric torque production, Journal of Neurophysiology, 94(5), 3058-68.

Shemmell, J., Tresilian, J.R, Riek, S., Barry, B. & Carson, R.G. (2005) Neuromuscular adaptation during skill acquisition on a two degree-of-freedom target acquisition task: dynamic movement, Journal of Neurophysiology, 94(5), 3046-57.

Shemmell, J., Forner, M., Tathem, B., Tresilian, J.R, Riek, S., Barry, B. & Carson, R.G. (2006) Neuromuscular-skeletal constraints on the acquisition of skill in a discrete, two degree-of-freedom torque production task, Experimental Brain Research, 175(3), 400-10

Shemmell, J., Riek, S., Tresilian, J. R. & Carson, R. G. (2007) The role of the primary motor cortex during skill acquisition on a complex movement task, Journal of Motor Behavior, 39(1), 29-39

Shemmell, J., Johansson, J., Portra, V., Gottlieb, G.L., Thomas, J.S. & Corcos, D.M. (2007) Control of interjoint coordination during normal gait at different speeds, Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation, 4:10

Shemmell, J., Hasan, Z., Gottlieb, G.L. & Corcos, D.M. (2007) The effect of movement direction on joint torque covariation, Experimental Brain Research, 176(1), 150-8


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