Steven L Wolf, Ph.D.

Steven L Wolf, PT, PhD, FAPTA

Professor
Division of Physical Therapy
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
Emory University School of Medicine

Office: Emory Rehabilitation Hospital, Room 206
Atlanta, GA 30322
Email: swolf@emory.edu
Phone: (404) 712-4801 (Office), (404) 712-1928 (Lab), (404) 712-4000 (Lab)

Lab Website

Overview

I explore novel interventions to improve extremity use in patients with stroke as well as mechanisms of cortical reorganization and inter-joint coordination associated with such changes. Within the past 23 years I have led several NIH funded clinical trials governing this concept. More recently, our lab has been emphasizing clinical measures of neural plasticity for interventions designed to improve posture in older adults or stroke survivors as well as to improve limb function in the latter group through the addition of electrophysiological (including TMS) and imaging studies. Our newest studies involve use of robotics and mixed reality, both of which have telerehabilitation capabilities and are directed toward home-based treatment post-stroke We also study changes in upper extremity movement following stroke using home base robotic and telerehabilitation interfaces that complement our mixed reality studies. While our studies with stroke survivors have addressed primarily efforts to improve motoric function within the upper extremity, we have also done extensive work in monitoring lower extremity muscle activity to determine the extent to which selective feedback can enhance ambulation amongst stroke survivors. The collective experience in undertaking continuous work in stroke rehabilitation for over 35 years and working with stroke specialists who address motor difficulties faced by these patients, positions me to be of assistance to motor control scientists as well as to partake in oversight of stroke based clinical trials. In January 2014 I was asked to serve as co-chairman of the Recovery and Rehabilitation Working Group of the newly NINDS funded Stroke Network in which we are one of 25 sites. This honor provides further opportunity to facilitate recruitment and retention strategies for clinical trials. Most recently we have been funded to participate in a multisite trial (NIH U01 NS091951) on use of telerehabilitation to facilitate upper extremity functional return within 90 days after stroke. This study, led by Steven Cramer, MD, is the first rehabilitation and recovery project funded through the Stroke Network. This work is compatible with our experiences in a successful, home-based robotics study (RC3 NS070646-01) recently completed in collaboration with colleagues at the Cleveland Clinic that targeted chronic stroke survivors. I serve as the co-chair of the rehabilitation and recovery working group for the NINDS funded Stroke Network and as PI for the Georgia Stroke Network Center rehabilitation and recovery component, now into its second 5-year cycle. Recently we became a site for a new Stroke Net Study (TRANSPORT 2, U01 NS102353) that combines brain stimulation with constraint induced movement therapy. We are also working with colleagues in the engineering school at Virginia Tech to develop machine based learning for stroke survivors. My experiences in training grants is extensive. With respect to the application provided by Dr. Borich, I have been undertaking TMS studies for 13 years, primarily mapping changes in cortical representation following constraint induced movement therapy, variability upon repeated sessions without interventions, and the responsiveness of multiple muscles during targeted TMS.

Education

A.B., Biology, Clark University, 1965
Certificate of Advanced Standing in Physical Therapy Columbia Uni­versity, 1966, Salutatorian of Class
M.S., Physical Therapy, Boston University, 1969
M.S., Anatomy, Emory University, 1972
Ph.D., Neurophysiology, Emory University, 1973
Muscular Dystrophy Associations of American Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1973‑75 (Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden0

Publications

  1.  Wolf SL, Reed JK Jr.: Rehabilitation of the patient with a post-surgical lower extremity amputation. Phys Ther 50:1701‑1705, 1970.
  2. Wolf SL: Contralateral upper extremity cooling from a specific cold stimulus. Phys Ther 51:1581­65, 1971.
  3. Basmajian JV, Wolf SL: A device for controlled rapid localized cooling. Amer J Phys Med 52:6567, 1973.
  4. Wolf SL, Basmajian JV: A rapid cooling device for controlled cutaneous stimulation. Phys Ther 53:25‑27, 1973.
  5. Wolf SL, Basmajian JV: Intramuscular temperature changes deep to localized cutaneous cold stimulation. Phys Ther 53:1284‑1288, 1973.
  6. Wolf SL: A survey to establish research advisors for physical therapists. Research Section Newslet­ter, APTA, Fall 1973, 34‑42.
  7. Wolf SL, Letbetter WD: Effect of cooling on spontaneous EMG activity in triceps surae of the decerebrate cat. Brain Res 91:151‑155, 1975.
  8. Wolf SL, Letbetter WD, Basmajian JV: The effect of specific cooling stimulus on motor unit control in the underlying medial gastrocnemius muscle in man. Amer J Phys Med 55:177‑183, 1976.
  9. Wolf SL, Knutsson E: Effects of skin cooling on stretch reflex activity in triceps surae of the decerebrate cat. Exp Neurol 49:22‑34, 1976.
  10. Wolf SL, Clifford HC: Interacting with computer personnel in performing clinical rehabilitation research. Phys Ther 56:1‑183, 1976.
  11. Wolf SL, Cohen BA: Reliability of sensory threshold measurements for electrical stimulation of the digits. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 58:127‑132, 1977.
  12. Baker M, Regenos E, Wolf SL, Basmajian JV: Developing strategies for biofeedback applications in neurologically handicapped patients. Phys Ther 57:402‑408, 1977.
  13. Wolf SL, Nahai F, Brown DM, Jordan N, Kutner M: Objective determinations of sensibility in the upper extremity. I. Median nerve sensory conduction velocities. Phys Ther 57:1121‑1125, 1977.
  14. Wolf SL, Nahai F, Brown DM, Jordan N, Kutner M: Objective determinations of sensibility in the upper extremity. II. Applications of cutaneous stimuli in control subjects. Phys Ther 57:11261131, 1977.
  15. Wolf SL, Nahai F, Brown DM, Jordan N, Kutner M: Objective determinations of sensibility in the upper extremity. III. Applications of cutaneous stimuli in patients with peripheral nerve lesions. Phys Ther 57:1132‑1138, 1977.
  16. Wolf SL: Essential considerations in the use of muscle biofeedback. Phys Ther 58:25‑31, 1977.
  17. Brown DM, Nahai F, Wolf SL, Basmajian JV: Electromyographic biofeedback in the re‑education of facial palsy. Amer J Phys Med 57‑183‑190, 1978.
  18. Roth MG, Wolf SL: Monitoring stimulation parameters from clinical transcutaneous nerve stimulators. Phys Ther 58:586‑587, 1978.
  19. Nahai F, Wolf SL: Percutaneous recordings from peripheral nerves (preliminary communication). J Hand Surg 3:168‑172, 1978.
  20. Wolf SL: Perspectives on central nervous system responsiveness to transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation. Phys Ther 58:1443‑1449, 1978.
  21. Wolf SL, Roth MG, Kutner M: Relationship of selected clinical variables to current delivered during transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation. Phys Ther 58:14‑1484, 1978.
  22. Baker MP, Hudson JE, Wolf SL: A feedback cane to improve hemiplegic gait. Phys Ther 59:1701­71, 1979.
  23. Wolf SL, Basmajian JV, Russe CTC, Kutner M: Normative data on low back mobility and activity levels. Implications and neuromuscular re‑education. Amer J Phys Med 58:217‑229, 1979.
  24. Kelly JL, Baker MP, Wolf SL: Procedures for targeted EMG biofeedback training in the hemiplegic upper extremity. Phys Ther 59:1500‑1507, 1979.
  25. Wolf SL: EMG biofeedback applications in physical rehabilitation: an overview. Physiotherapy Canada 31:65‑72, 1979.
  26. Wolf SL: Microneurography: A technique producing information about factors affecting cardiovas­cular control. Psychophysiology 16:164‑170, 1979.
  27. Regenos E, Wolf SL: Involuntary single motor unit discharge in spastic muscles during EMG biofeedback training. Arch Phys Med Rehabilitation 60:72‑73, 1979.
  28. Wolf SL, Baker MP, Kelly JL: EMG biofeedback in stroke: effect of patient characteristics. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 60:96‑102, 1979.
  29. Wolf SL: A method for quantifying ambulatory activities. Phys Ther 59:767‑768, 1979.
  30. Gersh MR, Wolf SL, Rao VR: Evaluation of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation for pain in peripheral neuropathy. Phys Ther 60:48‑52, 1980.
  31. Jones AL, Wolf SL: Treating chronic low back pain: EMG biofeedback training during dynamic movements. Phys Ther 60:58‑63, 1980.
  32. Brena SF, Wolf SL, Chapman SL: Chronic back pain: electromyographic, motion and behavioral assessments following sympathetic nerve blocks and placebos. Pain, 8:1‑10, 1980.
  33. Wolf SL, Baker MP, Kelly JL: EMG biofeedback in stroke: A one year follow‑up on the effect of patient characteristics. Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 61:351‑355, 1980.
  34. Wolf SL, Hudson, JE: Feedback Signal Based upon forces and time delay: A modification of the krusen limb load monitor. Phys Ther, 61:351‑355, 1980.
  35. Wolf SL: Electromyographic biofeedback in exercise programs. The Phys Sports Med 8(11):61‑69, November, 1980.
  36. Binder SA, Moll CB, Wolf SL: Evaluation of EMG biofeedback as an adjunct to therapeutic exercise in treating the lower extremities of hemiplegic patients. Phys Ther 61(6):886‑894, June 1981.
  37. Ostendorf CG, Wolf SL: The effect of forced use of upper extremity of a hemiplegic patient on changes in function: a single case design. Phys Ther 62:1022‑1028, 1981.
  38. Wolf SL, Gersh MR, Rao VR: Examination of electrode placements and stimulating parameters in treating chronic pain with conventional transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), Pain 11:37‑47, 1981.
  39. Nacht MB, Wolf SL, Coogler CE: The use of EMG biofeedback during the acute phase of spinal cord injury. Phys Ther 62(3):290‑294, March 1982.
  40. Wolf SL, Binder‑Macleod SA: Use of the krusen limb load monitor to quantify temporal and loading measurements of gait. Phys Ther 62(7):976‑984, July 1982.
  41. Wolf SL, Nacht M, Kelly JL: EMG Biofeedback training during dynamic movements in a low back pain patient. Behavior Therapy 13:395‑406, 1982.
  42. English AW, Wolf SL: The motor unit: Anatomy and physiology, Phys Ther 62:1763‑1772, 1982.
  43. Wolf SL: EMG Biofeedback applications to stroke patients: A critical review, Phys Ther, 63:1448‑­1459, 1983.
  44. Wolf SL, Binder‑Macleod SA: EMG biofeedback applications to the hemiplegic patient: Changes in upper extremity neuromuscular and functional status. Phys Ther 63:1393‑1403, 1983.
  45. Wolf SL, Binder-Macleod SA: EMG biofeedback applications to the hemiplegic patient: Changes in lower extremity neuromuscular and functional status. Phys Ther 63:1404-1413, 1983.
  46. Carey PB, Wolf SL, Binder‑Macleod SA, et al: Assessing the reliability of measurements from the Krusen limb load monitor for clinical gait. Phys Ther 64:199‑203, 1984.
  47. Wolf SL: Biofeedback applications in rehabilitation medicine: Implications for performance in sports. In Sandweiss, J.H. and Wolf SL (Eds.): Biofeedback and Sports Science, Plenum Press, 1985, pp. 159‑180.
  48. Gersh MR, Wolf SL: TENS applications in the management of pain patients: An update. Phys Ther 65(3): 314‑336, 1985.
  49. Wolf SL, Ariel G, Saar D, et al: The effect of muscle stimulation during resistive training on performance parameters. Amer J Sports Med, 14:18‑23, 1986.
  50. Wolf SL, Edwards DI, Shutter LA: Concurrent assessment of muscle activity (CAMA): A procedural approach to assess treatment goals. Phys Ther, 66:218‑224, 1986.
  51. Wolf SL: Forced use of a paretic upper extremity may facilitate function in select chronic head injured patients. Research Forum 1:4‑5, 1986.
  52. Banja J, Wolf SL: Malpractice litigation for uniformed consent: implication for physical therapists. Phys Ther 67:1226‑1229, 1987.
  53. Clapper MP, Wolf SL: Comparison of the reliability of the Ortho Ranger and the standard goniometer for assessing active lower extremity range of motion. Phys Ther, 68:214‑218, 1987.
  54. Wolf SL, Bobinac‑Georgieveski A, Baturan L, Braus V, Graberski M, Bosner S: Reliability of computerized electrokinesiologic method of objective assessment of lumber spine dysfunction. Rad Med Fak Zagrebu, Vol. 29 (1988), No. 1 pp.5‑12.
  55. Wolf SL, LeCraw DE, Barton LA, Jann BB: A comparison of motor copy and targeted feedback training techniques for restitution of upper extremity function among neurologic patients. Phys Ther 69:719‑735, 1989.
  56. Wolf SL, LeCraw DE, Barton LA, Jann BB: Forced use of hemiplegic upper extremities to reverse the effect of learned non‑use among chronic stroke and head injured patients. Exper. Neurol. 104:125‑132, 1989.
  57. Wolf SL, Wolf LB, Segal RL: Effects of extraneous movements on paravertebral EMG: Implica­tions for biofeedback training. Biofeedback and Self‑Regulation. 14:63‑74, 1989.
  58. Wolf SL, Segal RL: Conditioning of the spinal stretch reflex: Implications for rehabilitation. Phys. Ther. 20:652‑655, 1990.
  59. Greenfield B, Kraus S, Lawrence E, Wolf SL: The influence of cephalostatic ear rods on the position of the head and neck made during postural recordings. 1988 J. Orthodontics, 95:312, 1989.
  60. Greene BL, Wolf SL: Upper extremity joint movements: Comparison of two measurement devices, Arch Phys Med Rehabil 69:212‑216, 1989.
  61. Evatt ML, Wolf SL, Segal RL: Modification of human spinal stretch reflexes: Preliminary studies. Neurosci Letters, 105:350‑335, 1989.
  62. Wolf SL, Minkwitz JA: Re‑examining the effects of a topical anesthetic on the Achilles tendon and H‑reflexes. I. able‑bodies subjects. Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 70:531‑536, 1989.
  63. Wolf SL, Minkwitz JA: Re‑examining the effects of the topical anesthetic on the Achilles tendon and H‑reflexes. II. Stroke patients. Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 70:673‑677, 1989.
  64. Wolf SL: The relationship of technology assessment and utilization: Electromyographic biofeedback instrumentation as a model. Intern J. Tech in Health Care, 8:102-108, 1992.
  65. Ahern DK, Wilkin D, Bishop D, Gelch M, Follick MJ, Lucas P, Marras W, Parziale J, Wolf SL: Interdisciplinary perspectives on mechanisms and management of two back pain. Rhode Island Med. P. 1:21‑33, 1990.
  66. Segal RL, Wolf SL, DeCamp MJ, Chopp MT, English AW: Anatomical partitioning of three multiarticular human muscles. Acta Anatomica, 142:261-266, 1991.
  67. Tinetti M, Sattin R, Lipsitz L, Wolf SL, Arfken C, Kanton D, Ory M: Fall‑related measures for the FICSIT Trials. J. Amer Geriatr Soc., 41:357-363, 1993.
  68. Wolf LB, Segal RL, Nyberg R, Wolf SL: Relationship between integrated electromyographic activity in the lumbar portion of the erector spinae and active trunk range of motion in young women without back pain. Spine, 155‑161, 1991.
  69. Wolf SL, Kutner NG, Green RC, McNeely E: The FICSIT Trials: Site 5: Emory University and the Wes­ley Woods Geri­atric Center. J. Amer Geriatr­i‑Soc, 41:329-332, 1993.
  70. Wolf SL: Looking at the future through windows of opportunity. Biofeedback and Self-Regulation, 17:245-259, 1992.
  71. Segal RL, Wolf SL: Variability of human biceps brachii spinal stretch reflexes: Control condi­tions. J Elec­tromy­ogra­phy and Kinesi­ology, 3:24-32, 1993.
  72. Barton LA, Wolf SL: Is EMG feedback a successful adjunct to neuromuscular rehabilitation. Phys Ther Prac, 4:41-49, 1993.
  73. Wolf SL, Catlin PA,, Blanton S, Edelman J, Lehrer N, Schroeder D: Overcoming limitations in elbow movement in the presence of antagonist hyperactivity. Phys Ther, 74:35-44, 1994.
  74. Wolf SL, Segal RL, English AW: Task-oriented EMG activity recorded from partitions in human lateral gas­trocne­mius mus­cle. J Elec­tromy­ogra­phy and Kinesi­ology, 3:87-94, 1993.
  75. Wolf SL, Coogler CE, Green RC, Xu T: Novel Interventions to Reduce Falls in The Elderly. In: Coe RM, Perry HM, Morley JE (eds): Aging and Musculoskeletal Disorders: Concepts, Diagnosis and Treatment.  Springer, New York, pp 178-196, 1993.
  76. Tovin BJ, Wolf SL, Greenfield BH, Crouse J, Woodfin BA: comparing aqueous and dry land environments in the rehabilitation of patients with intra-articular ACL reconstructions. Phys Ther, 74:710-719, 1994.
  77. Buchner DM, Hornbrook MC, Kutner NG, Wolf SL, Tinetti ME, Ory MG, Mulrow CD, et. al.: Develop­ment of the common data base for the FICSIT Trials.  J Am Geriatr Soc 41:297-308, 1993.
  78. English AW, Wolf SL, Segal RL: Compartmentalization of muscles and their motor nuclei: The partitioning hypothesis. Phys Ther, 73:857-867, 1993.
  79. Segal RL, Wolf SL: Operant conditioning of spinal stretch reflexes in patients with spinal cord injuries. Exper. Neurol., 130:202-213, 1994.
  80. Rossiter-Fornoff JE, Wolf SL, Wolfson LI, Buchner DM, et. al.: A cross-sectional validation study of the FICSIT common data base static balance measures. J Gerontology 50A:M291-297, 1995.
  81. Province MA, Hadley EC, Hornbrook MC, Lipsitz, LA, Miller JP, Mulrow CD, Ory MG, Sattin RW, Tinetti ME, Wolf SL, and the FICSIT group: The effects of exercise on falls in elderly patients. JAMA, 273:1341-1347, 1995.
  82. Wolf SL, Barnhart HX, Kutner NG, et al: Exercise training and subsequent falls among older persons: Comparison of Tai Chi and computerized balance training. JAGS, 44:489-497, 1996.  (VOTED JAGS PAPER OF THE DECADE [1990’S]AND REPRINTED, DECEMBER 2003).
  83. Wolf SL, McNeely E, Coogler CE, et al: Exploring the basis for Tai Chi Quan as a therapeutic exercise approach. Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 78:886-892, 1997.
  84. Wolf SL, Barnhart HX, Ellison GL, Coogler CE, et al: The effect of Tai Chi Quan and computerized balance training on postural stability in older subjects.  Phys Ther, 77:371-382, 1997.
  85. Wolf SL, Levendowski DJ, Jennrich RI, Caskey NH: Method to correct surface EMG for signal attenuation attributable to adipose tissue. Physiotherapy Research International, 1996.
  86. Wolf SL, Segal RL, Heter ND, Catlin PA: Contralateral and long latency effects of human biceps brachii stretch reflex conditioning. Exp. Brain Res. 107:96-102, 1995.
  87. Wolf SL, Segal RL: Down training human biceps-brachii spinal stretch reflexes. J Neurophysiol. 75:1637-1645, 1996.
  88. Wolf SL, Catlin PA, Blanton S, Edelman J, Lehrer N, Schroeder D: Overcoming limitations in elbow movement in the presence of antagonist hyperactivity. Phys Ther, 74:35-44, 1994
  89. Connell BR, Wolf SL: Environmental factors influencing falls in older individuals. Arch. Phys. Med. Rehabil., 78:179-186, 1997.
  90. Smith BN, Segal RL, Wolf SL: Long latency ankle responses to dynamic perturbation in elderly fallers and non-fallers. JAGS,44:1447-54, 1996.
  91. Edgerton VR, Wolf SL, Levendowski DJ: Theoretical basis for patterning EMG amplitudes to assess muscle dysfunction. Medicine and Science Sports and Exercise, 28:744-751, 1996.
  92. Edgerton VR, Wolf SL, Levendowski DJ, Roy RR: Evaluating patterns of EMG amplitudes for trunk and neck muscles of patients and controls. International J. Rehabilitation and Health, 2:1-18, 1996.
  93. Wolf SL, Bobinac-Georgievski A, Braus V, Montani M: Electrokinesiologic measurement of trunk sagittal mobility and lumbar erector spinae activity. J Rehab Res, 34:470-478, 1997.
  94. Buchner D, Rossiter J, Fiatarone M, Hadley E, Wolf SL, Cress ME, de Lateur BJ, Judge J: The effects of exercise on gait and balance in older adults: A meta-analysis of the FICSIT trials. Ann Int Med, 1996.
  95. Buchner D, Rossiter, J, Fiatarone M, Hadley E, Wolf SL, Mulrow C, Alquist A, de Lateur BJ, Cress ME: A comparison of the effect of the FICSIT interventions on physical functional status. 1997.
  96. Bobinac-Georgievski A, Graberski Matasovic M, Wolf SL, Braus V: Electokinesiological assessment of spinal function in low back pain patients. Croatian Med J 37:93-97, 1996.
  97. Taub E, Wolf SL: Constraint induction techniques to facilitate upper extremity use in stroke patients. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 4: 38-61, 1997.
  98. Kutner NG, Barnhart H, Wolf SL, McNeely E, Xu T: Perceived benefits of Tai Chi exercise reported by older adults. Gerontol (Psychological Sciences), 52B:P242-246, 1997.
  99. Wolf SL: Reflections of John V. Basmajian: Anatomist, Electromyographer, Scientist. Electromyography and Kinesiology, 7:213 220, 1997.
  100. Wolf SL and Kim J: Morphological analysis of the human tibialis anterior and medial gastrocnemius muscles. Acta Anatomica, 158:287-295, 1997.
  101. Segal RL, Wolf SL, Catlin PA, Gilliand RL, Tafts JK, Bass HC, Vickers EF : Uncoupling of short and long latency stretch reflex responses with operant conditioning. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 17:17-22, 2000.
  102. Edgerton VR, Wolf SL, Levendowski DJ, Jennrich RI, Roy RR: EMG activity in neck and back muscles during selected static postures in adult males and females. Physiotherapy: Theory and Practice, 13:179-195, 1997.
  103. Wolf SL: Biofeedback: New Perspectives on its Relevance to Rehabilitation. Canadian J Rehabil 11:167-170, 1998.
  104. Wolf SL, Ammerman J, Jann B: Organization of responses in human lateral gastrocnemius muscle to specified body perturbations. J EMG and Kinesiol, 8:11-21, 1998.
  105. Blanton S, Wolf SL: Effectiveness of upper extremity constraint-induced movement therapy on a patient with sub-acute stroke. Physical Therapy, 79:847-853, 1999.
  106. Wolf SL, Catlin PA, Gage K, Gurucharri K, Robertson R, Stephen K: Establishing the reliability and validity of the functional ambulation profile. Physical Therapy, 79:1122-1133, 1999.
  107. Wolf SL, Gregor RJ: Exploring unique applications of kinetic analyses to movement in older adults. J. Applied Biomechanics, 15:75-83, 1999.
  108. Wolf SL, Catlin PA, Bonner B, Marks M, Weston M: Up-training loading responses in older adults. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 24: 179-195, 1999.
  109. Sathian K, Greenspan A, Wolf SL: Doing it with mirrors – a novel approach to stroke rehabilitation. J. Neural Repair and Neuroscience, 14:73-76, 2000.
  110. Kressig RW, Wolf SL: Exploring guidelines for the application of Tai Chi to patients with stroke. NeuroReport, 25:50-54, 2001.
  111. Kressig RW, Wolf SL, Sattin RW, O’Grady M, Greenspan A, Curns A, Kutner M: Associations between demographic and functional characteristics to activity-related fear of falling among older adults transitioning to frailty. J Amer Geriatr Soc, 49:1456-1462, 2001.
  112. Wolf SL, Catlin PA, Ellis M, Link A, Morgan B, Piacentino A: Assessing the Wolf motor function test as an outcome measure for research with patients post-stroke. Stroke, 32:1635-39, 2001.
  113. Wolf SL, Sattin RW, Kutner M, Freret N, Ricci R, O’Grady M, Greenspan AI: A study to investigate the effect of intense Tai Chi in reducing falls among older adults transitioning to frailty. Controlled Clinical Trials, 22:689-704, 2001.
  114. Baer HR, Wolf SL: The modified Emory Functional Ambulation Profile: an outcome measure for the rehabilitation of post-stroke gait dysfunction. Stroke 2001 32: 973-979.
  115. Wolf SL: From tibialis anterior to tai chi: Biofeedback and beyond. J Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 26:155-174, 2001.
  116. Wolf SL, Blanton S, Baer H, Breshears J, Butler AJ: The emergence of repetitive task practice in upper extremity neurorehabilitation of patients with stroke: A critical review of constraint induced movement therapy and mechanisms related to TMS, The Neurologist, 2002, 8:325-338.
  117. Wolf SL: “Look Forward, Walk Tall”: Exploring our ‘What If’ Questions”. 33rd Mary McMillan Lecture, Phys Ther, 2002, 82:1108-1119.
  118. Wolf SL, Sattin RW, Kutner M, O’Grady M, Greenspan AI, Gregor RJ: Intense Tai Chi training and fall occurrences in older, transitionally frail adults” A randomized controlled trial. JAGS, 51:1693-1701, 2003
  119. Clark PC, Shields, CG, Aycock D, Wolf SL: Preliminary reliability and validity of a family caregiver conflict scale for stroke. Progress in Cardiovascular Nursing, 2003, 18:77-82.
  120. Butler AJ, Wolf SL: Transcranial magnetic stimulation to assess cortical plasticity: A critical perspective. J Rehab Med, 41:20-26, 2003.
  121. Greenspan AI, Wolf SL, Kelly M, O’Grady MJ: Perceived health status in older adults transitioning to frailty. Physical Therapy, 87:525-535, 2007.
  122. Barreca S, Wolf SL, Fasoli S, Bohannon R: Treatment interventions for the paretic upper limb of stroke survivors: A critical review. Neurorehab and Neural Repair, 2003, 17:220-226.
  123. Wayne P, Krebs D, Parker SW, McGibbon CA, Kaptchuk TJ, Gill-Body K, Wolf SL: Can Tai Chi improve vestibulopathic whole body dynamic postural control? Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 85:142-152, 2004.
  124. McGibbon CA, Krebs DE, Parker, SW, Scarborough DM, Wayne PM, Wolf SL: Tai chi and vestibular rehabilitation improve vestibulopathic gait via different neuromuscular mechanisms: Preliminary report. BMC Neurology, 2005, 5:1-12.
  125. Hass CJ, Gregor RJ, Oliver A, Waddell DE, Smith DW, Fleming RP, Wolf SL: Tai Chi training Alters the Center of Pressure Trajectory During Gait Initiation in Older Adults, Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 2004, 85:1593-1598.
  126. Winstein CJ, Miller JP, Blanton S, Morris D, Uswatte G, Taub E, Nichols D, Wolf SL: Methods for a multi-site randomized trial to investigate the effect of constraint-induced movement therapy in improving upper extremity function among adults recovering from a cerebrovascular stroke, Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 2003, 17:137-52.
  127. Clark PC, Dunbar SB, Shields, CG, Viswanathan, B Aycock, DM, Wolf SL: Influence of stroke survivor characteristics and family conflict surrounding recovery on caregivers’ mental and physical health. Nursing Research, 2004, 53:406-413.
  128. Hass CJ, Waddell DE, Wolf SL, Juncos J, Gregor RJ: Gait initiation in older adults with postural instability. Clinical Biomechanics, 2008; 23(6):743-753.
  129. Wayne P, Scarborough AM, Krebs DE, Wolf SL, Asmundson L McGibbon CA: Tai Chi for vestibulopathic balance dysfunction: a case study. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 2005, 11:60-66.
  130. Gordon AM, Charles J, Wolf SL: Methods of constraint-induced movement therapy for children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy: Development of a child-friendly intervention for improving upper extremity function. Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 86:837-844, 2005.
  131. Park S-W, Butler AJ, Cavalheiro V, Alberts JL, Wolf SL: Changes in serial optical topography and TMS during task performance after Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy in stroke: A case study. J Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 18:95-106, 2004.
  132. Wolf SL, Butler AJ, Campana GI, Struys DM, Weinstein SR, Parris TA: Intra-subject reliability of parameters contributing to maps generated by transcranial magnetic stimulation in able-bodied adults. Clin Neurophysiol, 2004, 115:1740-1747.
  133. Wolf SL, Barnhart HX, Kutner NG, et al: Exercise training and subsequent falls among older persons: Comparison of Tai Chi and computerized balance training. JAGS, 51:1794-1803, 2003.  (VOTED JAGS PAPER OF THE DECADE [1990’S].
  134. Clark PC, Dunbar SB, Aycock DM, Courtney E, Wolf SL: Memory and behavior changes in stroke survivors. Rehabilitation Nursing, 2005, I53:406-413. 2006 Editor’s Choice Award Recipient (J Rehab Nursing) and 2006 Stroke Article of the Year Award from the Council of Cardiovascular Nursing 
  135. Alberts JL, Butler AJ, Wolf SL: Improved force control among patients with sub-acute stroke after constraint-induced therapy. Neurorehab and Neural Repair, 2004, 18:250-258.
  136. McGibbon CA, Krebs DE, Parker SW, Scarborough DM, Scarborough DM, Wayne PM, Wolf SL: Tai Chi and vestibular rehabilitation effects on gaze and whole-body stability. J Vestibular Rehab, 2004, 14:467-478.
  137. Butler AJ, Kahn S, Wolf SL, Weiss P: Finger extensor variability in TMS parameters among chronic stroke patients J Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation, 2005, 2:10 (1-13).
  138. Aycock AM, Blanton S, Clark PC, Wolf SL: What is constraint induced therapy? Nursing Research, 2004, 29:114-115, 121.
  139. Corneal SF, Butler AJ, Wolf SL: Intra- and inter-subject reliability of abductor pollicis brevis muscle motor map characteristic with transcranial magnetic stimulation. Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 2005, 86:1670-1675.
  140. Sattin RW, Easley KA, Wolf SL, Chen Y, Kutner MH: Reduction in fear of falling through intense Tai Chi exercise training in older, transitionally frail adults. J Amer Geriatr Assoc, 2005, 53: 1168-1178. (NOMINEE: Charles C. Shepard Science Award 2006 (Prevention and Control category, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), Atlanta, GA.
  141. Kressig RW, Gregor RJ, Oliver AA, Wolf SL, Kutner M: Temporal and spatial features of gait in older adults transitioning to frailty. Posture and Gait, 2004, 20:30-35.
  142. Lin MR, Hwang H-F, Wang, Y-W, Wolf SL: Community-based Tai Chi and injurious falls, balance, gait,and fear of falling in older people. Physical Therapy, 2006; 86:1189-1202.
  143. Wolf SL, Thompson PA, Morris DM, Rose DK, Winstein CJ, Taub E, Giuliani C, Pearson SL: The EXCITE Trial: Baseline attributes of the Wolf Motor Function Test in patients with sub-acute stroke. Neurorehab Neural Repair, 2005; 19:194-205.
  144. 144. Wolf SL, Butler AJ, Alberts J, Kim M-W: Contemporary linkages between EMG, kinetics and stroke rehabilitation. JEMG and Kinesiol, 2005; 15:229-239.
  145. Wolf, SL, O’Grady M, Easley KA Guo Y, Kressig RW, Kutner M: The influence of intense Tai Chi training on functional performance and hemodynamic outcomes in transitionally frail, older adults., J Gerontol Med Sci. 2006;61A:184-189.
  146. Huang, He, Wolf SL, Hi J: Recent developments of biofeedback for neuromotor rehabilitation: A review of literature. J Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation, 2006, 3(11), 1-36.
  147. Charles J, Wolf SL, Schneider JA, Gordon AM: Efficacy of a child-friendly form of constraint-induced movement therapy in children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy: A randomized control trial. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 2006; 48:635-642.
  148. Butler AJ, Blanton S, Rowe, CT, Wolf SL: Attempting to improve function and quality of life using the FTM protocol: case study. J Neurol Phys Ther, 2006:30:148-156.
  149. Uswatte G, Giuliani C, Winstein C, Zeringue A, Simms LB, Wolf SL: Validity of accelerometry for monitoring real-world arm activity: Evidence from the EXCITE Trial of CI therapy for Persons with Subacute. Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 2006;87:1340-1345
  150. Wolf SL, McJunkin JP, Swanson ML, Weis P: The Wolf Motor Function Test: Normative data for able-bodied participants. Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 2006, 87:443-445.
  151. Gordon AW, Charles J, Wolf SL: Efficacy of constraint-induced movement therapy on involved-upper extremity use in children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy is not age-dependent. Pediatrics, 2006, 117:363-373.
  152. Underwood JC, Clark PC, Blanton, S, Aycock D, Wolf SL: Impact of pain and fatigue on patients receiving CI therapy. Phys Ther, 2006; 86:1241-1250.
  153. Darling WG, Butler AJ, Wolf SL: Variability of motor evoked potentials induced by transcranial magnetic stimulation depends on muscle activation. Exp Brain Res. 2006, 173:1-10.
  154. Rowe VT, Blanton S, Wolf SL: Long term follow-up after constraint-induced therapy in a patient with stroke: A case study. AJOT, 2009:63:317-32.
  155. Blanton S, Morris D, Prettyman MG, McCulloch K, Redmond S, Light K, Wolf SL: Lessons learned in participant recruitment and retention: The EXCITE Trial, Physical Therapy, 2006; 86:1520-1533.
  156. Wolf SL, Winstein C, Miller JP, Taub E, Uswatte G, Morris D, Giuliani C, Light K, Nichols-Larsen D, for the EXCITE investigators: Improving Upper Extremity Function among Patients 3-9 Months Post-stroke: The EXCITE National Randomized Clinical Trial . JAMA, 2006; 296-2095-2104.
  157. Fritz, S, George S, Wolf SL, Light K: Participant perception of recovery as criterion to establish the importance of improvement for constraint-induced movement therapy outcome measures: Results from a preliminary study. Physical Therapy, 2007:87:170-178.
  158. Clark PC, Dunbar SB, Aycock DM, Blanton S, Wolf SL: Pros and Woes of interdisciplinary collaboration within a national clinical trial. Research collaboration with a national clinical trial: Advantages and challenges of interdisciplinary cooperation, J Professional Nursing, 2009:25:93-100.
  159. Butler AJ, Wolf SL: Putting the brain on the map: Using transcranial magnetic stimulation to assess and induce cortical plasticity of upper extremity movement. Physical Therapy, 2007; 87:719-736.
  160. Wolf SL: Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy: Are we too smitten with the mitten, is all non-use learned and other quandaries. Phys Ther, 2007; 87:1212-1223.
  161. Klinedinst J, Clark PC, Wolf SL: Congruence of Depressive Symptom Appraisal between Persons with Stroke and their Caregivers. Rehabilitation Psychology, 2007; 52:215-225. 
  162. Lin M-R, Wolf SL, Hwang H-F, Gong S-Y, Chen C-Y: A randomized controlled trial of fall prevention programs and quality of life in older fallers. J Amer Geriatr Assoc, 2007, 55:499-507.
  163. Sawaki L, Butler AJ, Leng, X, Wassenaar P, Mohammad Y, Blanton S, Sathian K, Nichols-Larsen DL, Wolf SL, Good DC, Wittenberg GF: Constraint-induced movement therapy results in increased motor map area in subjects 3 to 9 months after stroke. Neurorehab and Neural Repair, 2008; 33:505-513.
  164. Wolf SL, Winstein CJ, Miller JP, Blanton S, Larsen D, Clark PC: Looking in the rear view mirror when conversing with back seat drivers: The EXCITE Trial Revisited. Neurorehab and Neural Repair. 2007; 21:379-387.
  165. Park S-W, Wolf SL, Winstein C, Morris D, Blanton S: The EXCITE Trial: Predicting A Clinically Meaningful Motor Activity Log Outcome, Neurorehab and Neural Repair, 2008; 22:486-493.
  166. Wolf SL, Maddy D, Newton H, Blanton S, Winstein C, Zhang Q: The EXCITE Trial: Relationship of Intensity of Constraint Induced Movement Therapy to Improvement in the Wolf Motor Function Test. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 2007;25(5-6)549-62.
  167. Greenfield B, Goldberg, A, Wolf SL, Curtis C: Ethical, legal and social issues of genomics: Implications for physical therapy education. J Phys Ther Education, 2008; 22:4-14. Winner of the 2009 Stanford Award for Outstanding 2008 in Physical Therapy Education Journal.
  168. Ray C, Horvat M, Croce R, Mason RC and Wolf SL: The impact of vision loss on postural stability and balance strategies in individuals with visual impairments. Gait & Posture, 2008; 28:58-61.
  169. Wolf SL, Winstein C, Miller JP, Thompson P, Taub E, Uswatte G, Morris D, Blanton S, Clark PC Retention of upper limb function in stroke survivors who have received constraint-induced movement therapy: the EXCITE randomised trial. Lancet Neurology, 2008; 7:33-40.
  170. Klinedinst NJ, Gebhardt MC, Aycock DM, Nichols-Larsen DS, Uswatte G, Wolf SL, Clark PC:  Caregiver characteristics predict stroke survivor quality of life at 4 Months and 1 year. Research in Nursing and Health. 2009; 32:592-605. VOTED BEST PAPER OF THE YEAR.
  171. Blanton S, Wilsey H, Wolf SL: Constraint induced movement therapy in stroke rehabilitation:Perspectives on future clinical applications. Neurorehabilitation, 2008, 23:15-28.
  172. Sawaki L, Butler AJ, Leng, X, Wassenaar P, Mohammad Y, Blanton S, Sathian K, Nichols-Larsen DL, Wolf SL, Good DC, Wittenberg GF: Differential pattern of cortical following constraint- induced movement therapy during early and late period after stroke. 2014, Neurorehabiliation, PMID 25227542.
  173. Ray C, Wolf SL: A review of intrinsic factors related to fall risk in individuals with visual impairments. J Rehab Res Devel. 2008; 485(8):1117-1124.
  174. Alberts JL, Wolf SL, Kutner N, Butler AJ: Combined use of robotic therapy and repetitive task practice improves upper extremity function in subacute stroke patients. Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 2008, submitted for publication.
  175. Bogard K, Wolf SL, Zhang Q, Thompson PA, Morris D, Nichols-Larsen D: Can the Wolf Motor Function Test be streamlined? J Neurorehab Neural Repair, 2009; 23:422-428.
  176. Kutner NG, Zhang R, Butler AJ, Wolf SL, Alberts JL: Quality of life changes associated with robotic-assisted therapy to improve hand motor function in patients with sub-acute stroke. Physical Therapy, 2010;90:493-504.
  177. Hall, CD, Mizsko T, Wolf SL: Effect of Tai Chi intervention on dual task ability in older adults: A pilot study. Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 2009; 90:525-529.
  178. Levin MF, Kleim JA, Wolf, SL: POINT OF VIEW: Enhancing interdisciplinary perspectives: What do motor “recovery” and “compensation” mean in patients following stroke? Neurorehab Neural Repair, 2009; 23:313-319.
  179. Fritz S, Blanton S, Wolf SL: Minimal detectable change scores for the Wolf Motor Function Test. Neurorehab Neural Repair, 2009; 23:662-667.
  180. (Cumberland Consensus Working Group: Cheeran B, Cohen L, Ford G, Greenwood R, Howard, D, Husain M, Macleod M, Nudo R, Rothwell J, Rudd T, Teo J, Ward N, Wolf S): The future of the restorative neurosciences in stroke: Driving the translational research pipeline from basic science to the rehabilitation of people after stroke.  Neurorehab and Neural Repair, 2009; 23:97-107.
  181. Dromerick. AW, Lang CE, Birkenmeier RL, Wagner JM, Miller JP, Videen TO, Powers WJ, Wolf SL, Edwards, DF: Very early constraint induced movement during inpatient stroke rehabilitation (VECTORS): A single center RCT. Neurology, 2009; 73:195-201
  182. Schweighofer N, Han C, Wolf SL, Arbib M, Winstein C: Understanding the functional threshold: Predictions from a computational model and supporting data from the Extremity Constraint-Induced Therapy Evaluation (EXCITE) Trial. Phys Ther, 2009; 89:1327-1336.
  183. Alberts JL, Wolf SL: The use of kinetics as a marker for upper extremity function following stroke and stroke recovery. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 2009; 16:223-236.
  184. Wolf SL, Thompson PA, Winstein CJ, Miller JP, Blanton SR, Nichols-Larsen DS, Morris DM, Uswatee, G, Taub E, Light KE, Sawaki L: The EXCITE Trial: Outcomes after crossover of usual and customary care to constraint-induced movement therapy. Stroke, 2010;41(10):2309-2315.
  185. Ray CT, Wolf SL: Gender differences and fall risk in individuals with profound vision loss. J Visual Impairment and Blindness. 2010; 104(5), 311-316.
  186. Butler AJ, Cazeaux J, Fidler A, Jansen J, Lefkove N, Gregg M, Haal C, Easley K,Shenvi N, Wolf SL: The movement imagery questionnaire-revised, second edition (MIQ-RS) is a reliable and valid tool for evaluating motor imagery in stroke populations. Evidenced-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 2012, Article ID 497289,doi:10.1155/2012/497289.
  187. Woodbury M, Velozo C, Thompson PA, Light K, Uswatte G, Taub E, Winstein CJ, Morris D, Blanton S, Nichols-Larsen DS, Wolf SL: Measurement structure of the Wolf Motor Function Test: Implications for motor control theory. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 2010; 24:791-801.
  188. Ambrosio F, Wolf SL, Delitto A, Fitzgerald GK, Badylak SF, Boninger ML, Russell A: The emerging relationship between regenerative medicine and physical therapy: A perspective. Physical Therapy Journal, 2010; 90:1807-1814.
  189. Hall CD, Echt KV, Wolf SL, Rogers WA: Cognitive and motor mechanisms underlying older adults’ ability to divide attention while walking. Physical Therapy J, 2011; 91(7):1039-1050, doi:10.2522/ptj.20100114.
  190. Kigin C, Rodgers, Wolf SL for the PASS Committee Members: The physical therapy and society summit (PASS): Observations and Opportunities. Physical Therapy, 2010; 90:1555-1567.
  191. Chen Y, Duff M, Lehrer N, Liu, S-M, Blake P, Wolf SL, Sundaram  H, Rikakis T: Development and application of an adaptive mixed reality system to stroke rehabilitation. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 2011; 18:212-230.
  192. Taylor D, Hale L, Water D, Binns EE, McCracken H, McPherson K, Wolf SL: The effectiveness of tai chi as a community based falls prevention intervention: a randomized controlled trial. JAGS, 2012; 60:841-848.
  193. Hidaka Y, Han CE, Wolf SL, Winstein CJ, Schweighofer N: Use it or lose it? Causal interactions between arm function and use in humans post-stroke. PLoS Computational Biology, Feb. 2012, e1002343
  194. Reiss A, Wolf SL, Hammel EA, McLeod EL, Williams EA: Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT): Current Perspectives and Future Directions, Stroke Research and Treatment. 2012, ID 159391, doi:10.1155/2012/159391 8 pp.
  195. Aglioti SM, Mark VW, Pomeroy V, Stinear C, Wolf SL: Neural Rehabilitation: Action & Manipulation. Chapter 3: Rehabilitation Interventions. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, Supplement; 2011, 25:72-108.
  196. Chen Y, Duff M, Lehrer N, Liu, S-M, Blake P, Wolf SL, Sundaram H, Rikakis T: A computational framework for quantitative evaluation of movement during rehabilitation, International Symposium on Computational Models for Life Sciences, pp. 1-10, 22-24 June 2011, Tokyo, Japan.
  197. Hackney ME, Hall C, Echt KV, Wolf SL: Application of adapted-tango as a therapeutic intervention for patients with chronic stroke. J Geriatric Physical Therapy, 2012, Jan; 8(1):46-53. doi: 10.1111/j.1747-4949.2012.00971.x.
  198. Wolf SL, Milton SB, Reiss A, Easley KA, Shenvi, Clark PC: Further Assessment to Determine the Additive Effect of Botulinum Toxin A on an Upper Extremity Exercise Program to Enhance Function among Individuals with Chronic Stroke but Extensor Capability. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2012;93:578-
  199. PubMed url http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=Botulinum%20chronic%20stroke%20extensor%20capability#
  200. Clark PC, Aycock DM, Reiss A, Tanner D, Shenvi NV, Easley KA, Wolf SL: BTX-A and Exercise for Stroke Survivors: Exploration of Potential Caregiver Benefits. Rehabilitation Nursing. 2014 Mar 13. doi: 10.1002/rnj.147.
  201. Wolf SL, Thompson PA, Estes E, Lonergan T, Merchant R, Richardson N: The EXCITE Trial: Analysis of “non-completed” Wolf Motor Function Test Items. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 2012; 26:178-187.
  202.  Lehrer N, Attygalle S, Wolf SL, Rikakis T: Exploring the bases for a mixed reality stroke rehabilitation system, Part I: A unified approach for representing action, quantitative evaluation, and interactive feedback, Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2011, 8:51 doi: 10.1186/1743-0003-8-51
  203. Lehrer N, Chen Y, Duff M, Wolf SL, Rikakis T: Exploring the bases for a mixed reality stroke rehabilitation system, Part II: Design of Interactive Feedback for upper limb rehabilitation. , J Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation, 2011, Sept 8; 8:54. PMID: 21899779
  204. Fritz S, Butts R. Wolf SL: Constraint Induced Movement Therapy: From History to Plasticity. Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics. 2012,12 (2): 191-198.
  205. Hall CD, Hackney ME, Wolf SL: Impact of cognitive and manual dual-tasks on gait of older adults at high and low fall risk. Arch Phys Med Rehabil; 2012, submitted for publication.
  206. Linder SM, Rosenfeldt AB, Reiss A, Buchanan S, Sahu K, Bay C, Wolf SL, Alberts JL: The home stroke rehabilitation and monitoring system trial: a randomized controlled trial. International J Stroke, 2013 Jan;8(1):46-53. doi: 10.1111/j.1747-4949.2012.00971.x
  207. Hall CD, Clevenger CK, Wolf R, Lin JS, Johnson II TM, Wolf SL: Feasibility of a low-cost, interactive gaming system to assess balance in older women. J Aging and Physical Activity, 2016, 24(1):111-118.PIMD: 26181342
  208. Chen S, Wolf SL, Zhang Q, Thompson PA, Winstein CJ: Minimal Detectable Change of the Actual Amount of Use Test and the Motor Activity Log: The EXCITE Trial. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 2012, 26:507-514.
  209. Duff M, Chen Y, Cheng L, Liu S-M, Blake P, Wolf SL, Rikakis T: Adaptive mixed reality rehabilitation improves quality of reaching movements more than traditional reaching therapy following stroke, Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair 2012, PMID:23213076
  210. Cordo P, Wolf SL, Jau-Shin L, Bogey R, Hayes J, Roth E: Treatment of severe hand impairment following stroke by combining assisted movement, muscle vibration, and biofeedback. 2012. J Neurological Physical Therapy, 2013;37:194-203. (Candidate, Golden Synapse Award, best paper 2013).
  211. Ross HH, Ambrosio F, Trumbower R, Reier P, Behrman A, Wolf SL: Neural stem cells and rehabilitation: Application of regenerative rehabilitation protocols for neural repair. Physical  Therapy J, 2016, Phys Ther. 2016 Feb 4. [Epub ahead of print] PMID:26847015
  212. Hackney ME, Hall CD, Echt KV, Wolf SL: Dancing for balance: Feasibility and efficacy in oldest-old adults with visual impairment. Nursing Research, 2013 Mar-Apr; 62(2):138-43. doi: 10.1097/NNR.0b013e318283f68e.PMID:23458910.
  213. Linder SM, Rosenfeldt AB, , Bay C, Sahu K, Wolf SL, Alberts JL: Improving quality of life and depression following stroke through telerehabilitation. J of the American Occupational Therapy Association. 2015 Mar-Apr;69(2):6902290020p16902290020p10. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2015.014498.PMID:26122686
  214. Edwards DF, Chen H-C, Lang CE, Birkenmeier RL, Wagner JM, Miller JP, Powers WJ, Wolf, SL, Dromerick AW. Too much too soon? Persistent effects of early motor overtraining in the VECTORS stroke trial. Neurology, 2012, submitted for publication.
  215. Winstein CJ, Wolf SL, Dromerick A, Blanton S, Nelsen MA, Land C, Cen S, Scott C, Lewthwaite R, Holley R, Reiss A: Protocol for the Interdisciplinary Comprehensive Arm Rehabilitation Evaluation (ICARE) trial: A randomized controlled trial. J BMC Neurology, 2013 Jan 11;13(1):5
  216. Amano S, Nocera JR, Vallabhajosula S, Juncos JL, Gregor RJ, Waddell DE, Wolf SL, Hass CJ: The effect of Tai Chi exercise on dynamic postural control and gait in persons with Parkinson’s disease: A multi-site study. Parkinsonism and Related Disorders, (2013), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.parkreldis.2013.06.0072012.
  217. Turton AJ, Cunningham P, Heron E, van Wijck F, Sackley C, Rogers C, Wheatley K, Jowett S, Wolf SL, vanVliet P: Home based reach to grasp training for people after stroke. Study protocol for a feasibility randomised controlled trial. Trials, 2013, 14:109 (http://www.trialsjournal.com/content/14/1/109), doi: 10.1186/1745-6215-14-109
  218. Kissella B, Alter K, Charles D, Murphy M, Zorowitz R, Papapetropoulos, Wolf SL: Outcome Measures in Spasticity Clinical Research: Advantages, Limitations, and Implications for Clinical Trials, Disability and Rehabilitation, 2013, submitted for publication.
  219. Lang KC, Thompson PA, Wolf SL: The EXCITE Trial: Reacquiring upper-extremity task performance with early versus late delivery of constraint therapy. Neurorehab and Neural Repair, 2013; 27:654-663.
  220. Duff SV, He J, Nelsen MA, Lane CJ, Rowe VT, Wolf SL, Winstein CJ: Inter-rater Reliability of the Wolf Motor Function Test-Functional Ability Scale: Why it Matters, Neurorehab Neural Repair, 2014, PMID:25323459.
  221. Ambrosio F, Bonninger ML, Brubaker CE, Delitto A, Wagner WR, Shields RK, Wolf SL, Rando TA: Guest Editorial: Emergent themes from the Second Annual Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation. J Rehabilitation Research & Development. June 2013, 50(3), vii-xiv.
  222. Lan C, Wolf SL, Tsang WWN: Tai Chi Chuan in Medicine and Health Promotion. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2013, Volume 2013, Article ID 298768, 3 pages, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/298768.
  223. Hackney M, Wolf SL: The impact of Tai Chi Chu’an practice on balance and mobility in older adults: An integrative review of twenty years of research. J Geriatric Phys Ther, 2014, 37(3):127-135.
  224. Baran M, Lehrer N, Duff M, Turaga P, Ingalls T, Rymer WZ, Wolf SL, Rikakis T: Interdisciplinary evidence supported guidelines for the design and implementation of mixed reality interactive neurorehabilitation for stroke. Phys Ther Journal, 2015_95(3):449-460.doi:10.2522/ptj.20130581.PMIS: 25425694.
  225. Kwakkel G, Beerbeek JM, van Wegen EEH, Wolf SL: Constraint-induced movement therapy after stroke: A systematic review and meta-analysis of current evidence. Lancet (Neurology), 2015;14:224-234.
  226. Venkataraman V, Turga P, Baran M, Lehrer N, Du T, Long C, Rikakis T, Wolf SL: Decision support for stroke rehabilitation therapy via describable attribute-based       decision trees. IEEE J Biomed and Health Informatics. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol   Soc. 2014;2014:3154-9. doi: 10.1109/EMBC.2014.6944292.PMID:25570660
  227. Runnalls K, Anson G,. Wolf SL, Byblow W: Partial weight support differentially affects corticomotor excitability across muscles of the upper limb. Physiological Reports  Physiol Rep. 2014 Dec 11;2(12). pii: e12183. doi: 10.14814/phy2.12183. Print 2014 Dec 1.PMID:2550143
  228. Stahl V, Hayes HB, Buetefisch C, Wolf SL, Trumbower RD: Modulation of hand aperture during reaching in persons with incomplete spinal cord injury. Experimental Brain Research, 2014, (DOI) 10.1007/s00221-014-4163-y
  229. Wolf SL, Sahu K, Bay RC, Buchanan S, Reiss A, Linder S, Rosenfeldt A, Alberts J: The HAPPI (Home Arm Assistance Progression Initiative) Trial: A novel robotics delivery approach in stroke rehabilitation. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 2015, Mar 17.pii: 1545968315575612 PMID: 25782693
  230. Barak S, Wu SS, Dai Y, Duncan PW, Behrman AL; Locomotor Experience Applied Post Stroke (LEAPS) Investigative Team. Adherence to accelerometry measurement of community ambulation post stroke. Phys Ther. 2014 Jan;94(1):101-10. doi: 10.2522/ptj.20120473
  231. Linder SM, Reiss A, Buchanan S, Sahu K, Rosenfeldt AB, Clark C, Wolf SL, Alberts JL.
    Incorporating robotic-assisted telerehabilitation in a home program to improve arm function following stroke. J Neurol Phys Ther. 2013 Sep;37(3):125-32. doi: 10.1097/NPT.0b013e31829fa808.
  232. Curtis CL, Goldberg A, Kleim JA, Wolf SL: Translating genomic advances to physicaltherapy practice: A closer look at the nature of common diseases, Physical Therapy Journal. 2015, PIMD: 26637647.
  233. Liebeskind DS, Albers GW, Crawford K, Dedeyn CP, George MS, Palesch YY, Toga AW, Warach S, Zhao W, Brott TG, Sacco RL, Khatri P, Saver JL, Cramer SC, Wolf SL, Broderick JP, Wintermark M: Stroke, 2015, Imaging in StrokeNet: Realizing the             potential of big data, 2015, Jun 4. pii: STROKEAHA.115.009479.] PMID:26045600.
  234. Hackney ME, Hall CD, Echt KV, Wolf SL: Multimodal exercise benefits mobility in older adults with visual impairment: A preliminary study. J Aging Phys Activity. 2015; PMID 25562206
  235. Hall CD, Clevenger CK, Lin JS, Johnson TM, Wolf SL: Feasibility of a low-cost, interactive gaming system to assess balance in older women. J Aging and Physical Activity, 2016 Jan 1;24(1):111-8. doi: 10.1123/japa.2014-0184. Epub 2015 Jul 1.PMID:26181324
  236. Winstein CJ, Wolf SL, Dromerick AW, Lane CJ, Nelsen MA, Lewthwaite R, Cen SY, Azen SP: Impact of dose and content on arm rehabilitation after stroke: The ICARE Trial. JAMA, 2016, 315(6), 571-581.
  237. Baran M, Lehrer N, Duff M, Venkataraman V, Turaga P, Rymer WZ, Wolf SL, Rikakis T: Minimally supervised mixed reality stroke rehabilitation: A pilot study. J Neurorehabilitation Engineering, 2015, submitted for publication.
  238. Wolf SL, Kwakkel G, Bayley M, McDonnell MN: Best practice for arm recovery post stroke: An international application. Physiotherapy, 2016, 102:1-4. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.physio.2015.08.007
  239. Turton AJ, Cunningham P, van Wijck F, Smartt HJM, Rogers C, Sackley CM, Jowett S, Wolf SL, Wheatley K, van Vliet P: Home-based reach-to-grasp training for people after stroke is feasible: a randomised controlled trial. Clinical Rehabilitation, 2015, submitted for publication.
  240. Butler AJ, Kallos J, Housley S, LaPlaca M, Traynelis SF, Wolf SL: Randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind pilot study of D-cycloserine in chronic stroke. Rehabilitation Research and Practice. 2015:534239.DOI:10.1155/2015/534239.PIMD: 26573327.
  241. Lin K-C, Wu C-Y, Wolf SL, Chan C, Lin C-P: Guest Editorial for special issue of Brain and Behavioral Plasticity: Brain and Behavioral Plasticity: From Fundamental Science to Health Outcomes. Neuroplasticity, vol. 2015; http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/985790, 2015.
  242. Edwardson MA, Wang X, Liu B, Ding L, Lane CJ, Park C, Nelsen MA, Wolf SL, Winstein CJ, Dromerick AW: Infarct volume and vascular territory characterization for participants in the ICARE upper extremity stroke rehabilitation trial. Stroke, 2015, submitted for publication.
  243. Jones K, Bhattacharjee R, Krishnamurthi R, Blanton S, Theadom A, Baker-Collo S, Thrift AG, Parmar P, Maujean A, Rnata A, Balalla S, Mackay-Lyons M, Saposnik G, Obiako R, Langhorne P, Taylor D. Wolf SL, Norrving B, Pandian JD, Borstein N, Ramni NV, Brown N, Brainin M, Arora D, Kurana D, Sanya EO, Feigin VL on behalf of the SMART Study Group. An observational learning approach to community-based stroke rehabilitation: A pilot randomized controlled trial. J Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease, 2016, submitted for publication.
  244. Venkataraman V, Turga P, Baran M, Lehrer N, Du F, Rikakis T, Wolf SL: Component-level tuning of kinematic features from composite therapist impressions of movement quality. IEEE J Biomed and Health Informatics. 2016;20,143-152.
  245. Trumbower RD, Wolf SL: A forward move Interfacing biotechnology and physical therapy in and out of the classroom. J Physical Therapy, 2019, 99(5):519-525.
  246. Martinez CA, Bacon H, Kim B, Russak D, Rowe V, Lane C, Wolf SL, Woodbury ML, Winstein C: Unraveling the active ingredients underlying improved movement time in paretic reach to grasp: Reliability and validity of a movement rating tool. Physical Therapy J., 2016, submitted for publication
  247. Gray WA, Wolf SL, Borich MR: Abnormal cortical responses during the TMS-induced EMG silent period are associated with hand function in chronic stroke. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 2017, 31(7), 666-676. DOI:10.1177.1545968317712470.
  248. Cramer SC, Wolf SL, Adams H, Chen D, Dromerick AW, Dunning K, Ellerbe C, Grande A, Janis S, Lansberg MAG, Lazar RM, Roth E, Savitz SI, Wechsler L, WIntermark M, Broderick JP. Stroke recovery and rehabilitation research opportunities and the NIH Stroke Net. Stroke, 2-7-2017, https://doi.org/10.1161/STROKEAHA.116.015501
  249. Lewthwaite R, Winstein, CJ, Lane CJ, Wagenheim B, Nelson MA, Dromerick AW, Wolf SL: Accelerating stroke recovery: Secondary outcomes from the Interdisciplinary Comprehensive Arm Rehabilitation Evaluation (ICARE) clinical trial. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 2018, 32(2), 150-165, DOI 10.1177_154598318760726.
  250. Kwakkel G, van Wegen E Lannan NA, Borschmann K, Churilov L Bernhardt J, English C, Myzoon A, Saposnik G, Winstein C, , Wolf SL, Krakauer J,: Standardised measurement of sensorimotor recovery in stroke trials: Consensus-based core recommendations from the Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation Roundtable (SRRR). International J Stroke, 12(5), 2017.
  251. Bernhardt, J, Hayward KS, Kwakkel G, Ward NS, Wolf SL, Borschmann K, Krakauer JW, Boyd LA, Carmichael ST, Corbett D, Cramer SC: Agreed definitions and a shared vision for new standards in stroke recovery research: The Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation Roundtable taskforce. International Journal of Stroke, 12(5), 2017.
  252. Rowe VL, Winstein CJ, Wolf SL, Woodbury ML: The Functional Test of the Hemiparetic Upper Extremity (FTHUE) – A Rasch analysis with theoretical implications. Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 2017, 31(9):793-799.
  253. Kesar TM, Wolf SL: The use of transcranial magnetic stimulation to evaluate cortical excitability of lower limb musculature: Challenges and Opportunities. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 2018, Restor Neurol Neurosci. 2018;36(3):333-348. doi: 10.3233/RNN-170801.PMID:29758954
  254. Genthe K, Schenck C, Eisholtz S, Zajac-Cox L, Wolf SL, Kesar T: Effects of real-time gait biofeedback on paretic propulsion and gait biomechanics in individuals post-stroke. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, doi:10.1080/10749357.2018.1436384. PMID:29457532.
  255. Kesar T, , Eicholtz SP, Lin BJ, Wolf SL , Borich MR: Effects of posture and coactivation on corticomotor excitability of ankle muscles. Restorative Neurol Neurosci. 2018;36(1):131-146.doi:3233/RNN-170773.
  256. Kwakkel G, Lannin, NA, Borschmann K, English C, Myzoon A, Churilov L, Saposnik G, Winstein C, van Wegen E, Wolf SL, Krakauer J, Bernhardt J: Standardised measurement of sensorimotor recovery in stroke trials: Consensus-based core recommendations from the Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation Roundtable (SRRR). Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 2017, 31(9):784-792.
  257. Bernhardt, J, Hayward KS, Kwakkel G, Ward NS, Wolf SL, Borschmann K, Krakauer JW, Boyd LA, Carmichael ST, Corbett D, Cramer SC: Agreed definitions and a shared vision for new standards in stroke recovery research: The Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation Roundtable taskforce. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 2017, 31(9): 793-799.
  258. Battisto J, Echt KV, Wolf SL, Weiss P, Hackney ME: The body position spatial task, a test of whole body spatial cognition: Comparison between older adults with and without Parkinson’s disease. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 2018, 32(11):961-975. publication
  259. Palmer JA, Wolf SL, Borich MR: Paired associative stimulation modulates excitability in chronic stroke: A preliminary investigation. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 2018_36_2_183-194.doi:10.3233/RNN-170785.
  260. Borich M, Wolf SL, Tan A, Palmer J: Targeted neuromodulation of abnormal interhemispheric connectivity to promote neural plasticity and recovery of arm function after stroke: a randomized cross-over clinical trial study protocol. Neural Plasticity, 2018 (Special Issue: Modulation of Neural Plasticity as a Strategy for the Functional Recovery from Stroke. https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/9875326.
  261. Wang X, Tran P, Wolf SL, Desai JP: Design and analysis of a voice-controlled exotendon glove system for rehabilitation in activities of daily living. IEEE, July 2018, submitted for publication.
  262. Liu J, Kim HB, Wolf SL, Kesar TM: Comparison of the immediate effects of audio, visual, or audiovisual biofeedback on propulsive force generation in able-bodied and post-stroke individuals. Biofeedback and Self-Regulation, 2018, submitted for publication.
  263. Geed S, Lane CJ, Nelson MA, Wolf SL, Winstein CJ, Dromerick AW. Reducing rehabilitation trial sample size using Rasch analysis: Secondary analysis of the ICARE Trial. Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 2018, submitted for publication.
  264. Blanton S, Clark PC, Lyles RH, Cotsonis G, Jones BD, Reiss A, Wolf SL, Dunbar S: A web-based carepartner-integrated rehabilitation program for persons with stroke: Study protocol for a pilot randomized controlled trial. Pilot and Feasibility Studies,2019, 0195:58 https://doi.org/10.1186/s40814-019-0439-0.
  265. Hancock NL, Collins KC, Dorer C, Wolf SL, Bayley M, Pomeroy VM: Evidence based practice ‘on-the-go’: using ViaTherapy as a tool to enhance clinical decision making in upper limb rehabilitation after stroke – a quality improvement initiative. British Medical J, 2019;8:e000592.doi.10.1136_bmjoq_2018-00592.
  266. Edwardson MA, Ding L, Park C, Lane CJ, Nelsen MA, Wolf SL, Winstein CJ, Dromerick AW: Reduced upper limb recovery in subcortical stroke patients with small prior radiographic stroke. Frontiers in Neurology, 2019, accepted for publication.
  267. Kesar TM, Tan A, Eicholtz S, Baker K, Xu J, Andersen J, Wolf SL, Borich MR: Agonist-antagonist coactivation enhances transcranial magnetic stimulation-evoked responses of ankle muscles. Brain Research, 2019, submitted for publication.
  268. Drucker JH, Sathian K, Crosson B, Krishnamurthy V, McGregor KM, Bozzorg A, Gopinath K, Krishnamurthy LC, Wolf SL, Hart AR, Evatt M, Corcos DM, Hackney ME: Internally guided lower limb movement recruits compensatory cerebellar activity in people with Parkinson’s Disease. Frontiers in Neurology, 10: Article 537,9 June 2019, pp.16.
  269. Cramer SC, Dodakian L ,Le V, See J, Augsburger R, McKenzie A, Zhou R, Chiu N, Scacchi W, Smith MT, Barrett AM, Chae J, Edwards D, Putrino D, Agrawal K, Ngo K, Roth EJ, Tirschwell D, Woodbury ML, Zafonte R, Wolf SL, Broderick JP, Janis S, for the National Institutes of Health StrokeNet Telerehab Investigators: Efficacy of home-based telerehabilitation vs in-clinic therapy for adults after stroke: A randomized clinical trial. JAMA Neurology, June 24, 2019, doi:10.1001/jamaneurol.2019.1606, E1-E9.
  270. Marshall JC (for the International Forum for Acute Care Trials, the Global Alliance of Independent Networks in Stroke (GAINS) and the International Severe Acute Respiratory and Emerging Infections Consortium (ISARIC). Investigator-led clinical trials: From competition to global collaborations. Lancet, submitted, 2019.
  271. Willett NJ, Boninger ML, Miller LJ, et al: Taking the next steps in regenerative rehabilitation: Establishment of a new interdisciplinary field. Arch Phys Med, Rehabil, submitted for publication, 2019.

Awards and Honors

Marian Williams Award for Research, APTA, 1980
Golden Pen Award, APTA, 1983
Georgia Merit Award, Physical Therapy Association of Georgia, 1983
Men of Achievement, 1984
Who’s Who in the Behavioral Sciences, 1985
Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association, 1987
Robert C. Bartlett Recognition Award, Foundation for Physical Therapy, 1989
Distinguished Service Award, Section on Clinical Electrophysiology, American Physical Therapy Association, 1990
President, Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 1991–92
Helen J. Hislop Award for Excellence in Contributions to Professional Literature, American Physical Therapy Association, 1993
Steven J. Rose Memorial Lectureship, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, 1994
Co-chairman, Tenth Congress of the International Society of Electrokinesiolgy, 1994
Chairman, Scientific Abstract Review Committee, World Confederation for Physical Therapy, 1995
Lucy Blair Service Award, APTA, 1996
Section on Geriatrics, APTA, Outstanding published paper award, 1997
Neurology Section, APTA, Outstanding Researcher Award, 1998
Dr. Steven Wolf Appreciation Day, February 11, 1998, Warner-Robbins, Georgia: Outstanding Contributions to Rehabilitation in Georgia
Lester A. Duplechan Award for Outstanding Mentoring of PM &R residents, Emory University, 1999
Stroke Council, American Heart Association, 1999–2005
Ad hoc international search committee member for Chairperson of Physical Therapy, University of Umea, Sweden, 1999
Ad hoc international search committee member for Chairperson of Physical Therapy, University of Goteborg, Sweden, 2000
Mary McMillan Lecturer, APTA 2002
Abstract reviewer, American Stroke Association, 2001-
Fellow of the Otago–Southland Trust (New Zealand), 2003
Wolf SL, Barnhart HX, Kutner NG, et al: Exercise training and subsequent falls among older persons: Comparison of Tai Chi and computerized balance training. JAGS, 44:489-497, 1996. (VOTED JAGS PAPER OF THE DECADE [1990’S] AND REPRINTED, DECEMBER 2003).
Who’s Who in Medical Sciences Education, 2005
Senior Research Fellowship, Institute for Advanced Study, Latrobe University, Melbourne Australia, 2005
Inaugural James “Joe” Johnson Lecturer, School of Allied Health Health, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Oklahoma Health Science Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 2007
Excellence in Innovation 2007 Speaker, Allergan, Inc.
John J.H. Maley Award for Leadership in Physical Therapy Research, 2008
Greenfield B, Goldberg, A, Wolf SL, Curtis C: Ethical, legal and social issues of genomics:

Implications for physical therapy education. J Phys Ther Education, 2008;22:4-14. WINNER OF THE 2009 STANDFORD AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING 2008 PAPER IN THE JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL THERAPY EDUCATION.

2009 APTA “Living Legend” Lifetime Achievement Award.
Kaleckas Lecturer 2010 (Northwestern University)
Evelyn Smith Visiting Professorship, Department of Arts, Media and Engineering, Arizona State University, 2010–2011.
Disability and Rehabilitation Research Coalition, 2010–2011
Tay Gavin Erickson Lecturer, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2011
Inaugural Rita Kaplan Lectureship, Sister Kenny Foundation, Minneapolis, MN, 2011

Ann Shumway-Cook Lecturer, 2014, Neurology Section APTA

The Centre for Evidence-Based Physiotherapy (PEDro) 15 most significant trials in physiotherapy for all time (amongst hundreds reviewed, as judged by a panel of international physiotherapy trialists: Wolf SL, Winstein CJ, Miller JP, Taub E, Uswatte G, Morris D, Giuliani C, Light KE, Nichols-Larsen D, for the EXCITE Investigators: Effect of constraint-induced movement therapy on upper extremity function 3 to 9 months after stroke: the EXCITE randomized clinical trial. JAMA 2006 Nov 1; 296 (17):2095-2104

2015  American Society for Neurorehabilitation (ASNR) designated Fellow

2015  Shur Award for outstanding service and teaching, Department of Cell Biology, Emory University School of Medicine

2016  Gerontological Society of America Excellence in Rehabilitation of Aging Persons Award given to a person who should demonstrate sustained contributions to the field of rehabilitation of aging persons. The nominee’s work may be in  any or all of the areas of teaching or patient care, or publications which may include scholarly works, books, monographs, administrative directives, or public policy papers

2016  Viste Award, American Society of Neurorehabilitation given to an individual that has supported the mission and vision of ASNR over the course of his or her career, by supporting neurorehabilitation as a field, engaging in clinical and educational work, and making our medical peers aware of the importance of neurorehabilitation.

2017  “Move! Move! Move! Mind AND Body” An Exercise in Fertility or Futility? Joseph T. Freeman Award Lecture. IAGG World Congress, San Francisco, CA, July 25, 2017.

2019  International Symposium on Medical Robotics, Wang X, Tran P, Callahan S, Wolf S, Desai JP. Towards the development of a voice-controlled exoskeleton system for restoring hand function. BEST SYMPOSIUM PAPER AWARD. Atlanta, GA, April 3-5, 2019.

2019  Emory University School of Medicine Dean’s Distinguished Faculty Lecture Award, May 21, 2019

Key Note Speaker

Florida Biofeedback Society Annual Meeting, 1980
Emory University, Graduation of Masters Physical Therapy Students, 1983
Georgia State University, Graduation of undergraduate physical therapy students, 1984
Biofeedback Society of Georgia annual meeting (with Lois Wolf) Emory University, Graduation of Mas­ters Physical Therapy students, 1987
Biofeedback Society of Japan, Tokyo, Japan May 13, 1990
Graduation speaker, University of West Virginia Physical Therapy Educational Program, 1991
Presidential Address, Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 1992
International Society of Electrokinesiology, Florence, Italy 1992
Invited Key Note Speaker, Fiftieth Anniversary, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Physical Therapy Program, Columbia University, New York, NY, October 1992
Invited Key Note Speaker, Biofeedback Society of California, November 1992
First John V. Basmajian Lectureship, International Society of Electrokinesiology, 1996
Biofeedback Society of Florida, 1997
Health Care Professions Seminars on Aging, 1997
Harvard/Radcliffe Tai Chi Club, Harvard Medical School, 1998
PT Doctoral Student graduation, University of Southern California, 1998
Hong Kong Physical Therapy Association, 1998
Lillian Pollard Memorial Lectureship, University of Toronto Physical Therapy Education Program, 1999
University of Mississippi Physical Therapy Educational Program, 1999
University of Umea (Sweden), Department of Physical Therapy (20th anniversary)
Stanley Lecturer, University of Florida, College of Health and Human Performance, 2000
University of Maryland, Program in Physical Therapy, 2000
6th Annual Rosemary Skully Visiting Lecturer, University of Pittsburgh, 2000
First Annual Physical Therapy Alumni Lecturer, University of Delaware, 2000
Margaret L. Moore Distinguished Lecturer, University of North Carolina, 2000
Mary McMillan Lecture (33rd), American Physical Therapy Association, 2002
2nd World Congress of the International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Prague, Czech Republic
International Society of Biomechanics, Dunedin, New Zealand, 2003
Emory University, Division of Physical Therapy Education, Commencement Speaker, First DPT Class, 2003
The Sanford, Daurine and Barbara Noll Symposium Lecturer, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 2004
Keynote graduation speaker, Arcadia University, May 2004
Special Lecture upon the dedication of the Evert Knutsson Research Laboratory at the Centre Inerdisciplinaire de researche en readaptation et integration sociale, Lavale University, Quebec City, Quebec Canada, May 2004.
Outstanding Physical Therapists, State of Georgia, (Physical Therapy Association of Georgia), 2004.
Keynote Speaker, Research Day, Louisiana State University Allied Health Program, New Orleans, LA, 2004
Annual Hyman Dervitz Lecture, Temple University College of Health Professions, 2005
Columbia University, Program in Physical Therapy, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Distinguished Alumnus Award, 2006.
Keynote Speaker: The 5th Pan-Pacific Conference on Rehabilitation and the Pre-FIMS World Congress of Sports Medicine, 2006. Hong Kong, 2006
Sattin RW, Easley KA, Wolf SL, Chen Y, Kutner MH: Reduction in fear of falling through intense Tai Chi exercise training in older, transitionally frail adults. J Amer Geriatr Assoc, 2005, 53: 1168-1178. (NOMINEE: Charles C. Shepard Science Award 2006 (Prevention and Control category, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), Atlanta, GA.
Elon University, DPT Graduating Class, December 2007
16th annual Louis E. Alley Lecturer, University of Iowa, April 2008
21st Annual Residents Day, University of Kentucky, May 2009
2009 (October) Student Conclave, American Physical Therapy Association, Miami, FL
Commencement Speaker, DPR Class of 2010, Emory University, May 2010
3rd Kaleckas Lecturer, Northwestern University, May 2010
Disseminating Information as a New Investigator. Pre-conference Mentorship Meeting.
American Society for Neurorehabilitation – American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine joint meeting. Montreal, Quebec Canada, October 19, 2010.
7th annual Research Day, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Pittsburgh, June 16, 2011.
100th Anniversary of Rehabilitation Sciences, Otago University, Dunedin, New Zealand, April 6, 2013.
5th Annual Research Day, Brook Rehabilitation Center, Jacksonville, FL, October 23, 2013
Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute Distinguished Visiting Scholar, January 9, 2014

Key Note: Clinical Studies in Upper Extremity Stroke Rehabilitation; Emerging Concepts and New Ideas. First Annual Motion Analysis Research Center (MARC) Conference, Samuel Merritt University, Oakland, CA. November 5-6, 2015.

2016    The Development of Frontiers in Rehabilitation Science and Technology (FiRST): An Initiative of the American Physical Therapy Association, State of the Art of Clinical and Research Activities of the OSR Physiotherapy Team in Neurological Physiotherapy, San Rafael Medical Center, Milan, Italy, March 4, 2016.

2016  Third annual Marilyn Gossman Lectureship, University of Alabama at Birmingham, March 26, 2016.

2017  Research Day (Nov 1). Aging with Technology: A Matter of Mind and Matter. Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, November 1, 2017.

2019  Machine-based Learning in Treating the Extremities of Post-stroke Survivors: A Progressive Dynamic”, Key Note Speaker, University of Texas Department Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Grand Rounds, February 15, 2019.

Editorships

1. Editorial Boards and Journal Reviews

Manuscript reviewer, Physical Therapy, 1975‑1976
Associate Editor, Physical Therapy, 1977‑1982
Chairman, Associate Editors, Physical Therapy, 1980‑1981
Manuscript Reviewer, Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 1976‑85
Alternate Editor, Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 1985‑91
Manuscript Reviewer, Biofeedback and Self‑Regulation, 1978‑79
Manuscript Reviewer, Physician and Sports Medicine, 1981‑85
Associate Editor, Biofeedback and Self‑Regulation, 1979‑91
Associate Editor, Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 1991-2003
Associate Editor, Physiotherapy Research International, 1995-2000
Consulting Editor, Physiotherapy (Canada), 1981‑
Editorial Board, Pain Management Practice, 1986‑90
Associate Editor, Journal of Rehabilitation and Health, 1993- 2002.
Associate Editor, Journal of Head Injury Rehabilitation, 1987- 1998.
Associate Editor, Clinics in Physical Therapy (15 Volume Series, Churchill‑Livingston, 1979‑82.
Associate Editor, Canadian J. Rehabilitation, 1994-2002
Associate Editor, Physical Therapy Practice, 1990-95
Editorial Board, Italian Physiotherapy Journal. 2015-
Senior Associate Editor, Physical Therapy Journal, 2016-

Current

Series Editor, Contemporary Perspectives in Rehabilitation, F.A. Davis Company, Philadelphia, PA, 1985‑
Advisory Board Member, Internat Physiotherapy Research Journal, 1995-
Advisory Board, Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 1990 –
Associate Editor, Journal of Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 2002 –
Associate Editor, Journal of Neuro-engineering and Rehabilitation (electronic), 2004-
Associate Editor, Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 2006-
Associate Editor, Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 1988-
Editorial Board, Physical Therapy Reviews, 1996-
Editorial Board, J Novel Physiotherapies, 2011-
Manuscript Reviewer, Physical Therapy, 1982-
Manuscript Reviewer, Experimental Neurology, 1979‑
Manuscript Reviewer, Journal American Geriatrics Society, 1995-
Manuscript Reviewer, Experimental Brain Research, 1996-
Manuscript Reviewer, J. Gerontology, 1996-
Manuscript Reviewer, Amer J. Epidemiology, 1996-
Manuscript Reviewer, J. Neurophysiology, 1998-
Manuscript Reviewer, Gerontologist, 1997-
Manuscript Reviewer, New England Journal of Medicine, 2001-
Manuscript Reviewer, J American Med Assoc., 2002-
Manuscript Reviewer, Gait and Posture, 2003
Manuscript Reviewer, British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2002-
Manuscript Reviewer, Brain, 2003-
Manuscript Reviewer, J Rehab Med, 2003-
Manuscript Reviewer, J Aging and Phys Activity, 2003-
Manuscript Reviewer, J Neuroscience, 2004-
Manuscript Reviewer, J Clinical Neurophysiol, 2004-
Manuscript Reviewer, Behavioural Brain Research, 2006-
Manuscript Reveiwer, Lancet Neurology, 2009-

2. Consultantships, Selected Chairs and Executive Offices

Consultant to Social Rehabilitation Service, Division of Demonstration Aids and Grants, Medical Research Study Section, July 1971‑July 1975
Chairperson, Medical Advisory Committee, Atlanta, Chapter, Muscular Dystrophy Associa­tion of Ameri­ca, Inc., 1975‑1976
Admissions Committee, Emory University Certificate Program in Physical Therapy, 1974‑­1983
Rehabilitation Services National Advisory Committee of Office Human Development, 1975‑1981
Medical Research Committee, National Institute of Handicapped Research, Washington, D.C., 1982‑1­987
Vice‑Chairman, Section on Research, American Physical Therapy Association, 1975‑1979
Alternate Delegate, State of Georgia, to APTA National Convention, Anaheim, CA 1975
Delegate, State of Georgia to APTA National Convention, New Orleans, LA, 1976
Writer for Professional Examination Service (Physical Therapy Component) 1977
Coordinator, Biofeedback Research Program, Emory University Regional Rehabilitation Research and Training Center, Atlan­ta, GA, 1977­‑1982
Consultant, EMPI, Inc., Minneapolis, MN, 1982‑86
Consultant, Cyborg, Inc., Chicago, IL, 1982‑1984
Chairman, Section on Research, American Physical Therapy Association, 1978‑1980
Membership Committee, American Congress of Physical Medicine, 1979‑88
Vice President, Georgia Chapter, American Physical Therapy Association, 1982
Chairman, Grant Review Committee, Foundation for Research, Amer. Phys. Therapy Association, 1979‑81
Delegate, State of Georgia, American Physical Therapy National Convention, Washington, DC, 1981
Program Chairman, Biofeedback Society of America, 1982
Board of Directors, Biofeedback Society of America, 1983‑86
President‑elect, Council of State Societies, Biofeedback Society of America, 1983
Secretary, Biofeedback Certification Institute of America, 1981‑83
Vice‑President, Biofeedback Certification Institute of America, 1983‑86
Chairman, Biofeedback Certification Institute of America, 1987‑89
Co‑chairperson (with B. Blossom), Toward Excellence in Physical Therapy Practice, Atlanta, September 22‑26, 1982
Chairman, Scientific Advisory Council, Foundation for Physical Therapy, 1981‑83
Consultant to the Ontario Council of Graduate Education, 1981
Grant Reviewer, Allied Health Division, Arthritis Foundation, 1981
Member, Special Elite Athlete Project, Sports Medicine Council, US Olympic Committee, 1981‑83
Member, Specialty Council on Clinical Electrophysiological Physical Therapy of Board of Certification of Advanced Clinical Com­petency, 1982‑86
Consultant, Medtronics Inc., Minneapolis, MN, 1982‑85
Consultant, Verimed Inc., Ft. Lauderdale, FL, 1986‑89
Visiting Professor of Caring Health Sciences, University of Gothenburg, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Gothenburg, Sweden, 1987
Tenure and Promotion Ad Hoc Committee, Emory University, School of Medicine, 1982‑Present Chairperson, Medical Library Committee, Emory University, 1988‑90
Chairman, Task Force on Extramural Research Funding, American Physical Therapy Association, 1989‑94.
Consultant, Naval Biomedical Research Laboratory Pensacola, FL, 1989‑91
Consultant, NORTECH‑Medtronic, 1989-92
President-elect, Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 1990‑91
President, Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 1991-92
Chairman, Advisory Council on Research to the Board of Directors, American Physical   Therapy Assoc. MGH Institute of Health Professions, Advisory Committee, Boston, MA, 1993-96
Board of Directors, International Society of Electrokinesiology, 1992-Chairman, Scientific Abstracts Committee, World Confederation of Physical Therapy, 1995
External Reviewer for Rehabilitation Graduate Programs, University of Toronto, and Massachusetts General Hospital (Harvard University),
1992-93.
Consultant, MYO Diagnostics, Ltd., Culver City, CA, 1993-1999
Board of Directors, Foundation for Biofeedback, 1993-1999
Consultant, Extramural Evaluator: Foundation for Physical Therapy, 1994-98
Awards Committee, American Physical Therapy Association, 1996-97
Consultant, NORAXON Ltd, 1999-01
Consultant, Kinetic Muscles, Inc. 2003 – 2013
Consultant, Impact Medical Solutions, 2004 –2006
Consultant, SAEBO, 2004 -Catherine Worthingham Fellows Selection Committee, American Physical Therapy Association, 2000-2003
Chair, Catherine Worthingham Fellows Council, 2004-2007.
International Advisory Board, School of Physiotherapy, Otago University, Dunedin, New Zealand, 2005-Section on Research, Awards Committee, 2005-2007
Consultant, Allergan, Inc., 2006-2007
Member, Steering Committee for Physical Therapy and Society (PASS) meeting (2009), 2007-2009.
Member, Curriculum Committee, Training in Grantsmanship for Rehabilitation Research (TIGRR), 2012-2017
CORRT: Comprehensive Opportunities in Rehabilitation Research Training (Multicenter Career Development Program for Physical and Occupational Therapists), Admissions Review  Panel, K12 HD055931, 2008-2018.
Scientific Advisory Board, Kansas University Training Program in Neurological and Rehabilitation Sciences (T32HD057850), 2009 – March 2019 Atlanta Advisor Board, VA COE Visual and Neurocognitive Rehabilitation, 2013-Advisor Board, Rehabilitation Engineering and Research Center (RERC) on Timing Investigation Dosage Implementation, NIDIRR, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Northwestern University, 2015-2020.

STUDY SECTIONS:

NIHR (Med. Rehab.) 1976-1979
NIDDR (Biomed. Eng.) 1981-1984
Foundation for Physical Therapy (Res. Review Panel) 1980-1984
NIDCD (Ad Hoc) 1993-
NCMRR (NIH, Ad Hoc) 1994-97
NIH National Center for Rehabilitation Research, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Initial Review Group, Medical Rehabilitation Research Subcommittee,1996- 2001
Committee to Establish Practice Guidelines for the Hemiplegic Arm and Hand, Canadian Heart Association, 2001
NIH-NINDS, Study Section A (Ad hoc reviewer), 2001-
Ad hoc reviewer, Musculoskeletal and Rehab Medicine Study Section, (NIH-NCMRR), 2003-04 Musculoskeletal and Rehab Medicine Study Section, (NIH-NCMRR), 2004-06
Advisory Committee to NCMRR, 2006-2010.
ZG1 MOSS-L02 M SEP NCMRR 07-Chair, Ad Hoc NIH-NCMRR Study Section to Review Infrastructural Research Network grants,04-14-05.
Data Safety and Monitoring Board (David G, Sherman, MD; Michael Parides, Ph.D., Elizabeth Noser, MD, Steven L. Wolf, Ph.D., PT, FAPTA,  Board Members); Locomotor Experience Applied Post-Stroke (LEAPS) Multi-site Randomized Clinical Trial (Pamela Duncan, PI); NINDS,  Jan 2006- Dec 2011.
Ad Hoc Grant Reviewer, VA Rehabilitation Merit Review Applications, 2010-
Taiwan Medical Research Council, grant reviews, 2006 – 2013
Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research (British Columbia, Canada) grant reviews, 2006-
Advisory Committee to NCMRR liaison to Council NICDH, 2007-2010
Research Review Committee, Foundation for Physical Therapy, 2008-2010
Board of Directors, American Society for Neurorehabilitation, 2009-2015.
Grant application reviewer, Comprehensive Opportunities in Rehabilitation Research (CORRT) K12 Training Grant, 2013-2017.
NIH NIGMS Special Emphasis Panel ZGM1 TWD-C C1, COBRE, 2013
NIH NICHD ZHD1-DSR-T P2C grants, Chair, 2015

GRANT REVIEWER:

Heritage Foundation (Canada) 1994-
Medical Research Council of Canada 1995-
External Scientific Review Committee, Canadian Stroke Network, 2002-
Swiss National Science Foundation, 2003-
Canadian Stroke Network, 2002-
Oak Ridge Associated Universities, 2008-
Welcome Trust, 2010-
Canadian Foundation for Innovation, 2009-
Patient Centered Outcome Research Institute (PCORI), Work group Preventing Injuries from Falls in the Elderly, 2012-

EXTERNAL REVIEWER FOR PROMOTION (BY INSTITUTION)

United States:

Washington University                                                University of Iowa
University of Miami                                                     University of Washington
University of Delaware                                               University of Pittsburgh
Boston University                                                        University of Southern California
University of California – San Francisco                    Northwestern University
University of Minnesota                                              University of Illinois at Chicago
University of Wisconsin                                              Creighton University
Duke University                                                          Case Western Reserve University
University of Maryland                                               University of Alabama at
Birmingham

Foreign:

Karolinska Institute (Sweden)
Laval University (Canada)
McGill University (Canada)
McMaster University (Canada)
University of Montreal (Canada)
University of Toronto (Canada)
Umea University (Sweden)