Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Neuroimaging, neuromodulation and Motor Learning

  1. Lakhani B, Hayward KS, Boyd LA. (2017). Hemispheric asymmetry in myelin after stroke is related to motor impairment and function. Neuroimage: Clinical14, 344-353.

  2. Wadden KP, Deasis K, Mang C, Peters S, Neva JL, Lakhani B, Boyd LA. (2017). Predicting Motor Sequence Learning in Individuals With Chronic Stroke. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 31(1), 95-104.

  3. Lakhani B, Borich MR, Jackson JN, Wadden KP, Peters S, Villamayor A, MacKay A, Vavasour I, Rauscher A, Boyd LA. (2016). Motor skill acquisition promotes human brain myelin plasticity. Neural Plasticity, ID 7526135.

  4. Borich MR, Wheaton LA, Brodie SM, Lakhani B, Boyd LA. (2016). Evaluating interhemispheric cortical responses to transcranial magnetic stimulation in chronic stroke: A TMS-EEG investigation. Neuroscience Letters, 618, 25-30.

  5. Hayward KS, Eng JJ, Boyd LA, Lakhani B, Bernhardt J, Lang CE. (2015). The role of accelerometers in the measurement of real world upper limb use after stroke. Brain Impairment, 17(1), 16-33.

  6.  Neva JL, Lakhani B, Brown KE, Wadden KP, Ledwell NHM, Mang C, Borich MR, Vavasour IM, Laule C, MacKay AL, Boyd LA. (2015). Corticospinal excitability is associated with clinical measures of disease state in multiple sclerosis. Behavioural Brain Research, 297, 187-95.
  7. Wadden KP, Woodward TS, Metzak PD, Lavigne KM, Lakhani B, Auriat A, Boyd LA. (2015). Compensatory motor network connectivity is associated with motor sequence learning after subcortical stroke. Behavioural Brain Research, 286, 136-145.

  8. Borich MR, Brown KE, Lakhani B, Boyd LA. (2015) Applications of electroencephalography to characterize brain activity: perspectives in stroke. Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy 39(1), 43-51.

Postural recovery and rehabilitation

  1. Mansfield A, Aqui A, Fraser JE, Rajachandrakumar R, Lakhani BPatterson KK. (2017). Can augmented feedback facilitate learning reactive balance control among older adults? Experimental Brain Research235(1), 293-304.

  2. Lakhani B, Mansfield A. Visual feedback of the centre of gravity to optimize standing balance. (2015). Gait and Posture, 41(2), 599-603.

  3. Peters S, Handy T, Lakhani B, Boyd LA, Garland SJ. (2015). Motor and Visuospatial Attention and Motor Planning After Stroke: Considerations for the Rehabilitation of Standing Balance and Gait. Physical Therapy, 95(10), 1423-32.

  4. Inness EL, Mansfield A, Lakhani B, Bayley MA, McIlroy WE. (2014).  Impaired reactive stepping among patients ready for discharge from inpatient stroke rehabilitation. Physical Therapy, 95(12), 1755-1764.

  5. Sibley KM, Mochizuki G, Lakhani B, McIlroy WE. (2014). Autonomic contributions in postural control: A review of the evidence. Reviews in the Neurosciences, 25(5), 687-697.

  6. Mansfield A, Inness E, Lakhani B, McIlroy WE. (2012). Determinants of limb preference for initiating compensatory stepping post-stroke. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation93(7), 1179-84.

  7. Beauchamp MK, Sibley KM, Lakhani B, Romano J, Mathur S, Goldstein RS, Brooks D. (2012). Impairments in Systems Underlying Control of Balance in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Chest, 141(6)1496-1503.

  8. Lakhani B, Mansfield A, Inness L, McIlroy WE. (2011). Characterizing the determinants of limb preference for compensatory stepping in healthy young adults. Gait & Posture, 33(2), 200-04.

  9. Lakhani B, Mansfield A, Inness E, McIlroy WE. (2011). Compensatory stepping responses in individuals with stroke: case reports. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 27(4), 299-309.

  10. Mansfield A, Inness E, Komar J, Biasin L, Brunton K, Lakhani B, McIlroy WE. (2011). Training rapid stepping responses in an individual with stroke. Physical Therapy91(6), 958-69.

  11. Sibley KM, Lakhani B, Mochizuki G, McIlroy WE. (2010). Perturbation-evoked electrodermal reactions are sensitive to both stimulus characteristics and task complexity. Neuroscience Letters, 485(3), 217-21.

Neurophysiology of rapid movements

  1. Lakhani B, Bolton DAE, Miyasike-daSilva V, Vette AH, McIlroy WE. (2014). Speed of processing in the primary motor cortex: a continuous theta burst stimulation study. Behavioural Brain Research, 261, 177-184.

  2. Bolton DAE, Vesia M, Lakhani B, Staines WR, McIlroy WE. (2014). Timing of response suppression in human motor cortex during a speeded Go/No-go task. Neuroscience Research, 85, 65-68.

  3. Lakhani B, Miyasike-daSilva V, Vette AH, McIlroy WE. (2013). ‘Priming’ the brain to generate rapid upper limb reactions. Experimental Brain Research230(3), 261-70.

  4. Van Ooteghem K, Lakhani B, Miyasike-daSilva V, Akram S, McIlroy WE. (2013). Time to disengage: holding an object influences execution of rapid compensatory reach-to-grasp reactions for recovery from whole body instability. Experimental Brain Research, 231(2)191-199.

  5. Lakhani B, Vette AH, Mansfield A, Miyasike-daSilva V, McIlroy WE. (2012). Electrophysiological correlates of changes in reaction time based on stimulus intensity. PLoS One7, e36407.

  6. Lakhani B, Van Ooteghem K, Miyasike-Da-Silva V, Akram S, Mansfield A, McIlroy WE. (2011). Does the movement matter? Determinants of the latency of temporally-urgent motor reactions. Brain Research, 1416, 35-43.