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Jaime Ibáñez Pereda

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Jaime (Spain, 1984) received a PhD degree in Systems Engineering and Informatics from University of Zaragoza (Spain) in 2014. He has held postdoctoral positions at Cajal Institute of the Spanish National Research Council (2014-2016), University College London (UK, 2016-2019, as a Marie-Sklodowska Curie fellow), and Imperial College London (UK, 2019-2021, as senior postdoctoral fellow). His research focuses on biomedical signal processing, movement neurosciences and neurorehabilitation technologies. Within these areas, he has (co)-authored >30 manuscripts in peer-reviewed Journals and >80 conference abstracts and scientific documents. Throughout his scientific career, he has taken part in numerous international projects in collaboration with pioneering scientists worldwide and aimed to develop new neurotechnologies to interact with and explore the human’s motor nervous system.


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Artículos de revista

Bräcklein, M; Barsakcioglu, D Y; Ibáñez, J; Eden, J; Burdet, E; Mehring, C; Farina, D

The control and training of single motor units in isometric tasks are constrained by a common input signal Artículo de revista

En: Elife, 2022.

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Eden, J; Bräcklein, M; Ibáñez, J; Barsakcioglu, D Y; Pino, G Di; Farina, D; Burdet, E; Mehring, C

Principles of human movement augmentation and the challenges in making it a reality Artículo de revista

En: Nat Commun, vol. 13, no. 1345, 2022.

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Bräcklein, M; Barsakcioglu, D Y; del Vecchio, A; Ibáñez, J; Farina, D

Reading and modulating cortical beta bursts from motor unit spiking activity Artículo de revista

En: J. Neurosci, 2022.

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Ibáñez, J; Zicher, B; Brown, K E; Rocchi, L; Casolo, A; Vecchio, A Del; Spampinato, D; Vollette, C C; Rothwell, J C; Baker, S N; Farina, D; amd D Spampinato, A Del Vecchio; Vollette, C C; Rothwell, J C; Baker, S N; Farina, D

Standard intensities of transcranial alternating current stimulation over the motor cortex do not entrain corticospinal inputs to motor neurons Artículo de revista

En: J. Physiol, pp. 1-13, 2022.

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Lubel, E; Sgambato, B G; Barsakcioglu, D Y; Ibáñez, J; Tang, M X; Farina, D

Kinematics of individual muscle units in natural contractions measured in vivo using ultrafast ultrasound Artículo de revista

En: Journal of Neural Engineering, vol. 19, iss. 5, no. 056005, 2022.

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del Vecchio, A; Jones, R H A; Schofield, I S; Kinfe, T M; Ibáñez, J; Farina, D; Baker, S N

Interfacing Motor Units in Non-Human Primates Identifies a Principal Neural Component for Force Control Constrained by the Size Principle Artículo de revista

En: The Journal of Neuroscience, 2022.

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Casula, E P; Leodori, G; Ibáñez, J; Benussi, A; Rawji, V; Tremblay, S; Latorre, A; Rothwell, J C; Rocchi, L

The Effect of Coil Orientation on the Stimulation of the Pre-Supplementary Motor Area : A Combined TMS and EEG Study Artículo de revista

En: Brain Sciences, vol. 12, iss. 10, pp. 1-15, 2022.

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Zicher, B; Ibáñez, J; Farina, D

Beta inputs to motor neurons do not directly contribute to volitional force modulation Artículo de revista

En: The Journal of Physiology, pp. 1-13, 2022.

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