Phone: (619) 594-1312
Office: ENS 116
Lab: ENS 216
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- Postdoc, Department of Kinesiology, Pennsylvania State University
- Ph.D., Neuromuscular Physiology, University of Florida
- B.P.T., College of Physiotherapy, Sardar Patel University, India
Licensure Information/Registration Number
Florida, Physical Therapy License # 29030
- DPT 760 Neuroscience
Research and Scholarship Interests (Funded Activity/Other Research and Scholarly Activity)
As a clinical neuroscientist, my research aims at understanding the neural mechanisms underlying movement control and learning across the lifespan and in persons with movement disorders arising from nervous system pathologies. We then use these discoveries to translate them into innovative and meaningful interventions and rehabilitation paradigms.
- Onushko TL, Baweja HS, Christou EA (2013). Practice-induced improvements in movement control are associated with changes in multi-motor unit activity. Journal of Neurophysiology 110(10): 2393-401
- Fox EJ, Baweja HS, Kim CK, Kennedy DM, Vaillancourt DE, & Christou EA (2013). Modulation of force below 1Hz: Age-associated differences and the effect of magnified visual feedback. PLOS One 8(2): e55970.
- Baweja HS, Kwon MH, Christou EA (2012). Magnified visual feedback exacerbates positional variability in older adults due to altered modulation of the primary agonist muscle. Experimental Brain Research 222(4): 355-64.
- Kwon MH, Baweja HS, Christou EA (2012). Ankle variability is amplified in older adults due to lower EMG power from 30-60 Hz. Human Movement Science 31(6): 1366-78.
- Neto OP, Lindheim H, Marzullo A, Baweja HS, Christou EA (2012). Practice induces neural adaptations differ for shortening and lengthening contractions. European Journal of Applied Physiology 112(11): 3709-20.