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    Jose Magalhaes
    University of Porto
    Portugal
    jmaga@fade.up.pt
    JNPPR

    Research Interests: center around mitochondrial function in both health and disease. Also, the cross

    tolerance effect of exercise against stress stimuli-induced mitochondrionopathies and hypoxia induced

    mitochondrial (dys)function are of special interest. Specific interests

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    Daniel Lambertz
    Department of Physiotherapy
    Federal University of Pernambuco,
    Brazil
    daniel.lambertz@ufpe.br
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    Research Interest:Biomechanical modeling of isolated soft tissues, like muscles and tendons, and human muscles. Modeling of the interaction between the mechanical and neurophysiological properties of skeletal muscles. Study of the adaptative responses of mechanical and neurophysiological properties of skeletal muscles due to changes in functional demands, maturation, and aging. Interaction between elastic properties and reflex excitability involved in human movement.

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    The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
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    Glucia R Falsarella
    State University of Campinas,
    Brazil
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    Research Interest:Sport and physical activity. Exercise physiology. Physical activity and quality of life in chronic disease. Occupational therapy. Orthopaedic and sports physical therapy. Physical activity, physical fitness and health. Musculoskeletal, neurological, cardiopulmonary and sports rehabilitation. Women's health physical therapy. Kinesiology

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    Michelle Gray
    University of Arkansas Health,
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    rgray@uark.edu
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    Research Interest:Resistance training among older adults; more specifically, high-velocity resistance training to prevent sarcopenia and functional decline.

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    Hazzaa M Al-Hazzaa
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    King Saud University,
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    alhazzaa@ksu.edu.sa
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    Research Interest:Physiology, cardio-pulmonary physiology, physical activity, energy expenditure and health, lifestyle and cardio-metabolic risks, especially among children and adolescents and childhood and adolescence obesity.

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    Federal University of Sao Paulo
    Brazil
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    Professor
    University Dynamics of Falls Center,
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    Benjamin Chitambira
    University NHS Foundation Trust,
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    Research Interest:Novel forms of optokinetic stimulation to enhance neuroplasticity of the brain’s balance and voluntary movement systems for recovery of voluntary movements and mobility after severe strokes, traumatic brain injuries and critical illness polyneuropathy. Other areas of interest include falls, reduced mobility in the elderly and both central and peripheral vestibular dysfunction. The main thrust is on investigating how visual-vestibular interactions enhance recovery and rehabilitation after severe neurological insults.

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    Universidade de Lisboa
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    Department of Cardiologic Rehabiltation
    Italy
    giuseppe.caminiti@sanraffaele.it
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    Department of Oberirztin im
    Neurochirurgie Sportmedizin Chirotherapie,
    Germany
    d.daentzer@t-online.de
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    Research Interest:spine therapie (conservative and operative), cervical spine surgery, degenerative disorders of the spine, inflammation of the spine, biomechanics of the spine

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    Brenton Hordacre
    Researcher
    University of Adelaide,
    Australia
    brenton.hordacre@adelaide.edu.au
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    Research Interest:Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy, Physical Therapy, Stroke, Amputee, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinsons Disease, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Electroencephalography, Neuroplasticity, Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation, Prosthetics.


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    Department of Human Movement
    Foro Italico University of Rome,
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