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  1. 1. 1 John J. Jeka Professor University of Maryland College Park, MD 20742 (301) 405-2512 jjeka@umd.edu www.sph.umd.edu/KNES/faculty/jjeka EDUCATION 1992-1993 NIH NRSA Postdoctoral Fellow Ashton Graybiel Spatial Orientation Laboratory Brandeis University, Waltham, MA Ph.D. (1992) Center for Complex Systems Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL (Neuroscience) M.A. (1988) Tufts University, Medford, MA (Psychology) B.A. (1979) Tufts University, Medford, MA EXPERIENCE 2010 Visiting Scientist - Laboratory of Human Neurophysiology Santa Lucia Foundation University of Rome Rome, Italy 2006 Professor Department of Kinesiology Program in Neuroscience and Cognitive Science (NACS) BioEngineering Graduate Program University of Maryland, College Park, MD 2004 - 2006 Associate Director Neuroscience and Cognitive Science Program University of Maryland, College Park, MD 2001 Visiting Scientist, Center for Cognitive Neuroscience National Center for Scientific Research Marseille, France 1999 - 2006 Associate Professor: Departments of Kinesiology
  2. 2. 2 Program in Neuroscience and Cognitive Science (NACS) University of Maryland, College Park, MD 1994 - 1999 Assistant Professor: Department of Kinesiology Program in Neuroscience and Cognitive Science (NACS) University of Maryland, College Park, MD 1993 - 1994 Assistant Research Professor Brandeis University, Waltham, MA 1992 - 1993 NIH NRSA Postdoctoral Fellow Ashton Graybiel Spatial Orientation Laboratory Brandeis University, Waltham, MA 1986 - 1992 NIMH Pre-doctoral Fellow Center for Complex Systems & Brain Sciences Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL GRANT HISTORY Active: 2009-2012 Principle Investigator, National Science Foundation 0924883. The interaction of posture, locomotion and sensory information ($406,000). 2009-2010 Principle Investigator, National Institute of Health Summer Research Fellow supplement. “Multisensory Integration and Human Postural Control ($38,000). 2008-2012 Principal Investigator, NIH 2 RO1 NS35070. Multisensory integration and human postural control ($1,451,000). Pending: 2010-2012 Co-Investigator, National Science Foundation 0957920 (Dr. John Scholz, PI). Linking Information about Self-motion to Multi-joint Coordination of Upright Stance ($400,000). 2010-2015 Co-Investigator, National Institutes of Health RO1 HD048741 (Dr. Amy Bastian, PI). Human locomotor plasticity in health and disease ($1,250,000). 2010-2012 Co-Investigator, National Science Foundation (Dr. Anthony Lewis, PI). Flexible, robust balance control and locomotion in humans and robots ($500,000). Previously funded: 2007-2008 Principal Investigator, NIH 2R56 NS035070. Multisensory integration and human postural control ($353,000). 2007 Principal Investigator, NIH R13DC008948. 17th Meeting of the International
  3. 3. 3 Society for Posture and Gait Research ($29,000). 2004-2008 Co-Investigator, NASA NNJ04HI06G (Dr. Clint Rubin, PI). Retention of Skeletal, Musculature and Postural Status with a Non-Invasive, Extremely Low-Level Mechanical Signal ($1,500,000). 2003-2008 Co-Investigator, National Science Foundation IIS0325715 (Dr. Rama Chellappa – PI). Markerless Motion/Structure Capture for Biomotion ($2,500,000). 2003-2005 Co-Investigator, National Institutes of Health R21 NS0460211(Dr. Steve Roth – PI): Genetic Aspects of Vestibular Dysfunction ($365,000). 2002-2006 Principal Investigator, National Institutes of Health 2 RO1 NS35070. Multisensory integration and human postural control ($1,000,000). 2002-2006 Principal Investigator, National Institutes of Health 1RO1 NS046065. Development of a mechanistic model of multisensory fusion and human postural control ($450,000). 2001-2003 Principal Investigator, Erickson Foundation. Multisensory balance training in the elderly ($100,000). 2002-2007 Co-Investigator, National Institutes of Health R01HD42527 (Dr. Jane Clark – PI). Adaptive sensorimotor control in children with DCD ($1,500,000). 2000 Principal Investigator, National Institutes of Health, NINDS Infrastructure Support Program, ($50,000). 2000-2002 Co-Investigator, National Institute of Health (Dr. Fay Horak, PI). Central and peripheral postural disorders in the elderly ($70,119). 2000 Principal Investigator: The Erickson Foundation. "Multisensory Balance Training in the Elderly" ($49,091) 1999-2002. Co-Investigator, NSF (Dr. Jane Clark, PI). ($415,000). 1999-2001 Co-Investigator: National Science Foundation SBR-9809179. (Dr. Jane Clark, PI) Posture development and perception-action coupling ($300,000). 1997-2000 Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation SBR-9709361 Mechanisms of sensorimotor integration ($62,000). 1998 Principal Investigator, Supplement to NSF SBR-9709361.1st Annual Workshop on the Dynamic Approach to Behavioral, Neural and Robotic Systems --- Action, Perception and Cognition, University of Guimaraes, Guimaraes, Portugal ($22,400). 1997-2002 Principal Investigator, National Institute of Health FIRST Award 1 R29 NS35070.
  4. 4. 4 Multisensory integration and human postural control ($514,250). 1995-1997 Co-Investigator, National Institute of Health NIA 2-RO1-AG06457. Central and peripheral postural disorders in the elderly ($42,660). 1995 Principal Investigator, University of Maryland GRB Summer Research Award. Somatosensory influences on human postural control ($7,850). 1992-1993 National Institute of Health NRSA post-doctoral fellow. Nonlinear dynamics in visual perception ($42,300). 1988-1991 National Institute of Mental Health pre-doctoral fellow ($40,000). PUBLICATIONS Logan DL, Kiemel T, Dominici N, Cappellini G, Ivanenko Y, Lacquaniti F, Jeka JJ (submitted) The dual role of vision during walking. Experimental Brain Research. Zhang YF, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (submitted) Vision specifies a simple control strategy for upright stance. Submitted to Experimental Brain Research. Jeka JJ, Allison L, Kiemel T (submitted) The dynamics of multi-sensory reweighting in healthy and fall-prone older adults. Journal of Motor Behavior. Allison LK, Jeka JJ, Kiemel T, Kfoury-House L M (submitted) Effects of a sensory-challenge balance exercise program on multisensory reweighting and clinical balance measures in the fall-prone elderly. Physical Therapy. Anson E, Jeka JJ (2009) Sensory Reweighting: A rehabilitative mechanism? In C. Armstrong (Ed.) Handbook of Medical Neuropsychology. Springer-Verlag:Berlin. Carver S, Kiemel T, Cohan N, Jeka J (2009) Optimal motor control may mask sensory dynamics. Biological Cybernetics. Kiemel T, Elahi A, Jeka J (2008) Identification of the plant for upright stance in humans: multiple movement patterns from a single neural strategy. Journal of Neurophysiology, 100(6), 3394- 3406. Jeka JJ, Oie K, Kiemel T (2008) Adaptive asymmetry with functional advantage in human sensorimotor control. Experimental Brain Research, 191(4), 453-463. Roth SM, Williams SM, Jiang L, Menon KS, Jeka JJ (2008) Susceptibility genes for gentamicin-induced vestibular dysfunction. Journal of Vestibular Research, 18(1), 59-68. Creath R, Kiemel T, Horak F, Jeka JJ (2008) The role of vestibular and somatosensory systems in intersegmental control of upright stance. Journal of Vestibular Research, 18(1), 39-49.
  5. 5. 5 Jeka JJ, Kiemel T (2008) Modeling of human postural control. Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. Springer-Verlag. Chen LC, Metcalfe JS, Chang TY, Jeka JJ, Clark JE (2008) The development of infant upright posture: sway less or sway differently? Experimental Brain Research,186(2):293-303. Saffer M, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2008) Spectral analysis of muscle activity during quiet stance. Experimental Brain Research, 185(2):215-26. Chen L-C, Metcalfe JS, Jeka JJ, Clark JE (2007). The emergence of independent walking affects infants’ sitting posture. Infant Behavior and Development, 30(1), 16-25. Bair WN, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ, Clark JE (2007). Development of sensory reweighting for posture control in children. Experimental Brain Research, 183: 435-446. Hsu W-L, Scholz JP, Schöner G, Jeka JJ, Kiemel T (2007) Control and estimation of posture during quiet stance depends on multi-joint coordination. Journal of Neurophysiology, 97(4): 3024-35. Scholz JP, Schoner G, Hsu WL, Jeka JJ, Horak F, Martin V (2007) Motor equivalent control of the center of mass in response to support surface perturbations. Exp Brain Research, 180(1): 163-79 Chen L-C, Metcalfe JS, Jeka JJ, Clark JE (2007) Two steps forward and one back: Learning to walk affects infants' sitting posture. Infant Behavior and Development, 30(1): 16-25. Zhang Y, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2007) The influence of sensory information on two-component coordination during quiet stance. Gait and Posture, 26, 263-271. Jeka JJ (2006) Light touch contact: Not just for surfers. The Neuromorphic Engineer: Vol 3 (1), 5-6. Jeka JJ, Saffer M, Allison L, Zhang Y, Carver S, Kiemel T (2006) Sensory reweighting with translational visual stimuli in young and healthy elderly adults: The role of state dependent noise. Experimental Brain Research, 174, 517-527. Allison L, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2006) Multisensory reweighting is intact in healthy and fall-prone older adults. Experimental Brain Research, 175(2), 342-352. Carver S, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2006) Modeling the dynamics of sensory reweighting: Rates depend upon weights. Biological Cybernetics, 95(2), 123-134. Kiemel T, Oie K, Jeka JJ (2006) The slow dynamics of postural sway are in the feedback loop. Journal of Neurophysiology, 95, 1410-1418. Creath R, Kiemel T, Horak F, Peterka R, Jeka JJ (2005) A unified view of quiet and perturbed stance: Simultaneous co-existing ankle and hip strategies. Neuroscience Letters, 377(2), 75-80.
  6. 6. 6 Carver S, Kiemel T, van der Kooij H, Jeka JJ (2005) Comparing internal models of the dynamics of the visual environment. Biological Cybernetics, 92, 147-163. Ravaioli E, Oie K, Kiemel T, Chiari L, Jeka JJ (2005) Nonlinear postural control in response to visual translation. Experimental Brain Research, 160(4), 450-459. Metcalfe JS, McDowell K, Chang T-Y, Chen L-C, Jeka JJ, Clark JE (2004). The development of somatosensory-motor integration: An event-related analysis of infant posture in the first year of independent walking. Developmental Psychobiology, 46(1), 19-35. Metcalfe JS, Chen L-C, Chang T-Y, McDowell K, Jeka JJ, Clark JE (2004). The temporal organization of posture changes during the first year of independent walking. Experimental Brain Research, 161(4), 405-416. Jeka JJ, Kiemel T, Creath R, Horak FB, Peterka R (2004) Controlling human upright stance: Velocity information is more accurate than position or acceleration. Journal of Neurophysiology, 92, 2368-2379. Jeka JJ, Kiemel T (2004) Noise associated with the process of fusing multisensory information. Coordination dynamics: Issues and trends, Jirsa VK, Kelso JAS (Eds), Berlin: Springer. Allison L, Jeka JJ (2004) The role of multisensory integration in balance disorders. In Calvert G, Spence C, Stein BE (Eds.), Handbook of Multisensory Processes. Boston: MIT press. Barela J, Jeka JJ, Clark J (2003) Postural control in children. coupling to dynamic somatosensory information. Experimental Brain Research: 150(4), 434-442 Oie K, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2002) Multisensory fusion: Simultaneous re-weighting of vision and touch for the control of human posture. Cognitive Brain Research, 14, 164-176. Creath R, Kiemel T, Horak FB, Jeka JJ (2002). Limited control strategies with the loss of vestibular function. Experimental Brain Research, 145(3), 323-333. Horak FB, Buchanan J, Creath R, Jeka JJ (2002). Vestibulospinal control of posture. Adv. Exp Med Biol., 508, 139-145. McDowell K, Jeka JJ, Schöner GS, Hatfield BD (2002). Behavioral and electrocortical evidence of an interaction between probability and task metrics in movement planning. Experimental Brain Research 144(3), 303-313. Barela J, Jeka JJ, Clark J (2002) Postural control in children. The use of visual and somatosensory information to attenuate body sway. Submitted to Motor Control. Jeka JJ, Horak FB, Shupert CS, Metcalfe J, Henson E (2001) Stability dependent sensory channels for human postural control. Under revision.
  7. 7. 7 Kiemel T, Oie KS, Jeka JJ (2002) Multisensory fusion and the stochastic structure of postural sway. Biological Cybernetics:87, 262-277. Oie K, Jeka JJ, Kiemel T (2001). Human multisensory fusion: Detecting nonlinearity with small changes in the sensory environment. Neuroscience Letters, 315(3):113-116. Oie K, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2001) Multisensory re-weighting in response to small amplitude environmental motion. In J Duysens, BCM Smits-Engelsman, H Kingma (Eds), Control of Posture and Gait, (pp 302-306). Kiemel T, Oie K, Jeka JJ (2001) Control theory and the stochastic structure of postural sway. In J Duysens, BCM Smits-Engelsman, H Kingma (Eds), Control of Posture and Gait, (pp 867- 870). Allison L, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2001) Does multi-sensory training improve balance in fall-prone older adults?. In J Duysens, BCM Smits-Engelsman, H Kingma (Eds), Control of Posture and Gait, (pp 64-69). Oie K, Jeka JJ (2001) Input-driven behavior: One extreme of the multisensory perceptual continuum. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 24(2), 232. Jeka JJ, Oie K, Kiemel T (2000) Multisensory information for human postural control: Integrating touch and vision. Experimental Brain Research, 134: 107-125. Lackner JR, DiZio P, Jeka JJ, Horak FH, Krebs D, Rabin E (1999) Precision contact of the fingertip reduces postural sway of individuals with bilateral vestibular loss. Experimental Brain Research, 126, 459-466. Barela J, Jeka JJ, Clark J (1999) The developmental use of somatosensory information during the acquisition of independent upright stance. Infant Behavior and Development, 22(1), 89-104 Schöner GS, Dijkstra TMH, Jeka JJ (1998) Action-perception patterns emerge from coupling and adaptation. Ecological Psychology, 10(3-4), 323-346 Jeka JJ, Oie KS, Schöner GS, Dijkstra TMH, Henson E (1998) Position and velocity coupling of postural sway to somatosensory drive. Journal of Neurophysiology. 79, 1661-1674. Jeka JJ (1998) Touching surfaces for control not support. In D. Rosenbaum & C. Collyer (Eds.), Timing of Behavior: Neural, Computational, and Psychological Perspectives. Cambridge: MIT press. Jeka JJ, Ribeiro P, Oie KS, Lackner JR (1998) The structure of somatosensory information for human postural control. Motor Control, 2(1), 13-33. Jeka JJ (1997) Light touch contact as a balance aid. Physical Therapy, 77 (5), 476-487. Jeka JJ, Schöner GS, Dijkstra TMH, Ribeiro P, Lackner JR (1997) Coupling of fingertip somatosensory information to head and body sway. Experimental Brain Research, 113, 475-483.
  8. 8. 8 Jeka JJ, Easton RD, Bentzen BL, Lackner JR (1996) Haptic cues for postural control in sighted and blind individuals. Perception & Psychophysics, 58(3), 409-423. Jeka JJ (1995) Is servo-theory the language of human postural control? Ecological Psychology, 7(4), 321-327. Jeka JJ, Lackner JR (1995) The role of haptic cues from rough and slippery surfaces in human postural control. Experimental Brain Research, 103, 267-276. Jeka JJ, Kelso JAS (1995) Manipulating symmetry in human two-limb coordination dynamics. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 21 (2), 360-374. Jeka JJ, Lackner JR (1995) Fingertip touch as an orientation reference for human postural control. In T. Mergner & F. Hlavacka (Eds.), Multisensory control of posture and movement (p. 213-221). New York: Plenum. Jeka JJ, Lackner JR (1994) Fingertip contact influences human postural control. Experimental Brain Research, 100, 495-502. Jeka JJ, Kelso JAS, Kiemel T (1993) Spontaneous transitions and symmetry: Pattern dynamics in human four-limb coordination. Human Movement Science, 12, 627-651. Jeka JJ, Kelso JAS, Kiemel T (1993) Pattern switching in human multilimb coordination dynamics. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 55(4), 829-845. Zanone PG, Kelso JAS, Jeka JJ (1993) Concepts and methods for a dynamical approach to behavioral coordination and change. In G.J.P. Savelsbergh (Ed.), The development of coordination in infancy (pp. 89-135). London: Elsevier. Kelso JAS, Jeka JJ (1992) Symmetry breaking dynamics of human multilimb coordination. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 18(3), 645-668. Jeka JJ (1992) Asymmetric dynamics of human limb coordination. Doctoral dissertation, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. Jeka JJ, Kelso JAS (1991) Neurobiological dynamical systems? A review of neuronal & cellular oscillators. Cellular Clocks Series (vol. 2). Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 53(4), 657-663. Jeka JJ, Kelso JAS (1988) The dynamic pattern approach to coordinated behavior: a tutorial review. In S.A. Wallace (Ed.), Perspectives on the coordination of movement. New York: North Holland. INVITED PRESENTATIONS Jeka JJ (2009) Visual stabilization of slow postural frequencies during locomotion. Presented at Basic mechanisms underlying balance control under static and dynamic conditions, Fondazione Salvatore Maugeri, Istituto Scientifico di Pavia, Pavia, Italy.
  9. 9. 9 Jeka JJ (2009) How vision influences postural stability during locomotion. Presented at the International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Bologna, Italy. Jeka JJ (2009) Postural stability during locomotion. Neuromorphic Engineering Workshop, Telluride, Colorado. Jeka JJ, Kiemel T (2009) System Identification of human postural control. BIRS Workshop on Noise, Delays and Balance Control. Banff International Research Station, Banff, CA Jeka JJ (2009) Multisensory fusion and human postural control. Seminar presented at the Center for Adaptive Neural Systems, Fulton School of Engineering, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ Jeka JJ (2009) Stepping back from the gait cycle. Symposium presented at the Neural Control of Movement, Kona, Hawaii. Jeka JJ (2008) Feedback dynamics in human postural control. Seminar at the Neuromorphic Engineering Workshop, Telluride, Colorado. Jeka JJ (2007) System identification of human postural control. Seminar at the Department of BioEngineering, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. Jeka JJ (2007) Probabilistic fusion of multisensory information for human postural control. Seminar at the Grupo de Bioingenieria, Instituto de Automática Industrial (IAI-CSIC), Madrid, Spain Jeka JJ (2007) Human Postural Control. Seminar at the Scientific Institute Santa Lucia Foundation, Rome, Italy. Jeka JJ (2006) The probable world of human motor control. Keynote address at the Brazilian Motor Control Congress, Rio Claro, Brazil. Jeka JJ (2006) State Estimation and human postural control. Neuromorphic Engineering Workshop, Telluride, Colorado. Jeka JJ (2006) Slow and fast processes in human postural control: what’s the mechanism. 4th Posture Symposium, Smolenice, Slovakia. Jeka JJ (2006) Adaptive sensory reweighting in human postural control. Computational Neuroscience (CRCNS) Meeting, National Science Foundation, Arlington, Va. Jeka JJ (2006) Stochastic processes in human postural control. Neuroscience Seminar, Oregon Health and Sciences University, Portland, OR. Jeka JJ (2006) Dynamic multisensory reweighting. Annual Interdisciplinary Conference, Jackson Hole, WY. Jeka JJ (2005) Stochastic structure of postural sway with bilateral vestibular loss. Neuroscience Seminar, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD.
  10. 10. 10 Jeka JJ (2005) Dynamics of sensory reweighting: Time scales, transient and asymptotic dynamics. IV Conference on Motor Control MCC2005 – From Basic Motor Control to Functional Recovery, Sofia, Bulgaria. Jeka JJ (2005) Multisensory fusion and human postural control. Neuromorphic Engineering Workshop, Telluride, Colorado. Jeka JJ (2005) Dynamics of sensory reweighting. International Society for Posture and Gait Research bi-annual symposium, Marseille, France. Jeka JJ (2005) Properties of multisensory fusion. Neuroscience Seminar, University of Umea, Umea, Sweden. Jeka JJ (2005) Multisensory fusion and human postural control: The fall-prone elderly are not con-fused, they can-fuse. Rehabilitation Science Seminar, University of Maryland Medical School, Baltimore, MD. Jeka JJ (2005) Balance control in Parkinson’s patients. Center for Automation Research, University of Maryland, College Park, MD. Jeka JJ (2004) Prosthetics for Human Balance Control. Mechanical Engineering Seminar, University of Maryland. Jeka JJ (2004) Effects of low-amplitude vibration on postural sway. Biomedical Engineering Seminar, State University at Stony Brook, NY. Jeka, JJ (2004) Properties of multisensory fusion for human spatial orientation. Brandeis University. Jeka JJ (June, 2003) Multisensory reweighting in Parkinson’s patients 3rd Posture Symposium, Smolenice, Slovakia. Jeka, JJ (2003) Analysis of postural sway trajectories: Potential to improve physical therapy diagnosis. Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, Tampa, FL. Allison L & Jeka JJ (2002) Multi-sensory re-weighting is not deficient in fall-prone older adults with Intact Peripheral Sensation. Gerontological Sciences Association, Boston, MA. Jeka JJ (2002) Properties of multisensory fusion for human spatial orientation. Cognitive and Linguistic Science Colloquium, Brown University. Jeka JJ (2002) Mechanisms of multisensory fusion derived from dynamic characteristics of human spatial orientation. 3rd annual Multisensory Research Forum, Lake Geneva, Switzerland. Jeka JJ (2002) Fundamental components of postural sway: Implications for multisensory fusion. Coordination Dynamics 2002: International conference on Brain and Behavior. Delray Beach, FL.
  11. 11. 11 McDowell K, Jeka JJ, Erlhagen, W, Schöner GS(2001)Is rotation of the population vector in conflict with the stimulus uncertainty effect? Presented at the 42nd annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, November 14-17, Orlando, FL. Jeka JJ (2001) Properties of multisensory fusion for human spatial orientation. Presented at the 2001 Neural and Information Processing Conference, December 7-9, 2001, Vancouver, BC. Jeka JJ (2001) Multisensory re-weighting in response to small amplitude environmental motion. Presented at the 15th biannual conference of the International Society on Posture and Gait, June 20-25, 2001, Maastricht, NL. Jeka JJ (2001) Behavioral and electrocortical evidence of an interaction between probability and task metrics in movement planning. Presented at the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience, CNRS, Marseille, France (April, 2001). Jeka JJ (2001) Multisensory re-weighting in human postural control. Presented at the Motor Control Symposium, University of Toulouse, Toulouse, France (May, 2001). Jeka JJ (1999) Bistability and multisensory integration in human postural control. Presented at the Crossmodal Attention and Multisensory Integration Conference October 1-2, 1999 Somerville College, Oxford University. Jeka JJ (1998) Elementary behaviors: A behavioral organization for the nervous system? Presented at the 1998 Society for Neuroscience Satellite meeting on “Identifying control mechanisms for predictive and reactive postural behaviors”. Los Angeles, CA. Jeka JJ (1998) A conceptual overview of human postural control. Presented at the 1st Annual Workshop on the Dynamic Approach to Behavioral, Neural and Robotic Systems --- Action, Perception and Cognition, University of Guimaraes, Guimaraes, Portugal. Jeka JJ (1997) Integration of multisensory information. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN Clark JE, Jeka JJ, Barela J (1997) Sensorimotor coordination and the development of walking. Presented at the 9th International Conference on Perception and Action. University of Toronto, Scarborough, ON. Jeka JJ, Oie KS, Schöner GS, Dijkstra TMH (1997) Integrating somatosensory and visual information in human postural control. Presented at the 13th biannual conference on Multisensory Control of Posture and Gait, Paris, FR. Jeka JJ (1997) Light touch contact as a balance aid. Invited seminar at Physical Therapy ’97, San Diego, CA. Jeka JJ (1997) Characterizing system properties with dynamical systems techniques. Invited seminar at UNESP, Instituto de Biociências, Rio Claro, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Jeka JJ (1996) Adaptive position and velocity coupling of somatosensory information to human postural control. Invited seminar at Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA.
  12. 12. 12 Jeka JJ (1996) Velocity coupling of somatosensory information to human postural control. Invited seminar at the University of Delaware, Wilmington, DL. Jeka JJ, Schöner GS, Dijkstra TMH, Ribeiro P, Lackner JR (1996) Velocity coupling of somatosensory information to head and body sway. Presented at the InternationalConference on Bernstein’s Traditions in Motor Control, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA. Jeka JJ, Ribeiro P, Oie K, Lackner JR (1996) Location and direction coupling of somatosensory information to human postural control. Presented at the International Conference on Bernstein’s Traditions in Motor Control, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA. Jeka JJ (1996) Velocity coupling of somatosensory information for head and body sway. Invited seminar at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. Jeka JJ (1995) Dynamic sensory information for head-trunk orientation. Invited seminar at the NIMH Lab of Neurophysiology, Poolesville, MD. Jeka JJ (1995) Static and dynamic somatosensory cues for human postural control. 3rd International Symposium on the Head-Neck System, Vail, Colorado. Jeka JJ (1994) Haptic cues for postural orientation - implications for development? Motor Development Research Consortium Annual Meeting, Baltimore MD. Jeka JJ (1994) Problems concerning feedback in human postural control. European conference on Perception and Action, Borgen, Germany. Jeka JJ (1994) Spontaneous transitions and symmetry in human two- and four-limb coordination. Motor Control Colloquium, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO. Jeka JJ, Lackner JR (1994) The influence of touch cues on human postural control. Neuromuscular Research Center Seminar Series, Boston University, Boston, MA. Jeka JJ, Lackner JR (1993) Precision contact of the fingertip reduces postural sway. Second annual New England Sequencing and Timing conference, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. Jeka JJ, Kelso, JAS (1992) Asymmetric dynamics in human limb coordination. Workshop on Dynamics of Complex Systems, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. PROCEEDINGS AND PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS Kiemel T, Zhang YF, Jeka JJ (2009) Closed-loop system identification of the plant and feedback for postural control of upright stance in humans: the implications of multiple degrees of freedom. 39th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, Ill. Bair WN, Kiemel T, Clark JE, Jeka JJ (2009) Visual reweighting for postural control in children:
  13. 13. 13 decipher plant and feedback contribution by closed-loop system identification (CLSI). 39th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, Ill. Zhang YF, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2009) Identifying plant and feedback properties simultaneously in human posture. 39th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, Ill. Anson E, Kiemel T, Ivanenko Y, Lacquaniti F, Jeka JJ (2009) Posture-Locomotor interactions are equivalent in the AP and ML directions. Poster presented at the International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Bologna, Italy. Logan D, Kiemel T, Ivanenko Y, Lacquaniti F, Jeka JJ (2009) The interaction of posture and locomotion for stability. Poster presented at the International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Bologna, Italy. Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2008) Modeling of multi-joint postural control of upright stance based on closed-loop system identification of plant and feedback processes. 38th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC. Amenabar K, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2008) Closed loop system identification of postural control with bilateral vestibular loss. 38th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC. Zhang YF, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2008) Identifying postural control feedback using mechanical perturbations. 38th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, Ca. Barela J, Polastri P, Godoi D, Weigelt M, Jeka JJ (2007) Explicit and implicit knowledge induce adaptation in postural control. 18th meeting of the International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Burlington, VT. Chen L-C, Jeka JJ, Clark JE (2007) Temporal and spatial dependency of visuomotor control in infant postural development. 18th meeting of the International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Burlington, VT. Scholz JP, Hsu W-L, Schöner G, Jeka JJ, Kiemel T (2007) Control and estimation of posture during quiet stance depends on multi-joint coordination. 18th meeting of the International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Burlington, VT. Kiemel T, Elahi AJ, Jeka JJ (2007) Modeling of multi-joint postural control based on kinematic and EMG data. 18th meeting of the International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Burlington, VT. Creath R, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2007) What does sway-referencing really do? 18th meeting of the International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Burlington, VT. Logan D, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2007) Intra- and inter-modality reweighting: Proprioception and Vision. 18th meeting of the International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Burlington, VT. Zhang YF, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2007) Identifying postural control feedback using mechanical
  14. 14. 14 perturbations. 18th meeting of the International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Burlington, VT. Roth SM, Williams SM, Jiang L, Menon KS, Jeka JJ (2007) Susceptibility genes for gentamicin- induced vestibular dysfunction. Annual meeting of the Experimental Biology Society, Washington DC. Polastri P, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2007) Inter-modality reweighting in the postural control. Progress in Motor Control VI, Sao Paolo, Brazil. Bair, W-N, Kiemel, T., Jeka, J.J., & Clark, J.E. (2007, February). Multisensory reweighting for posture control in children with DCD. Paper presented at the 7th International Conference on Children with Developmental Coordination Disorder, Melbourne, Australia. Elahi AJ, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2006) Measuring loop gains in human postural control. 366h annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Atlanta, Ga. Zhang Y, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2006) A simple control strategy for upright stance control? 366h annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Atlanta, Ga. Creath R, Kiemel T, Horak F, Jeka JJ (2006) Loss of vestibular information affects trunk, but not leg segment control. 366h annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Atlanta, Ga. Saffer M, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2006) Dynamics of re-weighting between sensory modalities. 366h annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Atlanta, Ga. Hsu W-L, Scholz JP, Schöner GS, Jeka JJ (2006) Multi-joint coordination underlies control and estimation of CM during quiet stance. 366h annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Atlanta, Ga. Chen L-C, Bair W-N, Jung-Potter J, Jeka JJ, Whitall J, & Clark JE (2006) Postural response to an oscillating somatosensory drive in children with DCD. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, Denver, CO. Allison L, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2005) The dynamics of multisensory reweighting in healthy and fall- prone older adults. 35th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC. Jeka JJ, Bateni H, Zhang Y, Kiemel T (2005) Multi-segment stochastic structure of postural sway with bilateral vestibular loss. 35th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC. . Elahi A, Kiemel T, Saffer M, Jeka JJ (2005) The effect of shifted COM on co-existing coordination patterns during quiet stance. 35th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC. Creath R, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2005). Active and passive neuromuscular contributions to postural control during sway-referencing. 35th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC.
  15. 15. 15 Saffer M, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2005) Co-existing patterns of sway, co-existing modes of control. 35th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC. Zhang Y, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2005) Sensory information influences the co-existing in-phase and anti-phase patterns during quiet stance. 35th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC. Carver S, Kiemel T, Jeka JJ (2005) Modeling temporal asymmetry in the dynamics of sensory Reweighting. 35th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC. Kiemel T, Oie K, Jeka JJ (2005) Multisegmental dynamics of human postural control. 35th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC. Oie K, Carver S, Kiemel T, Barela J, Jeka JJ (2005) The dynamics of sensory reweighting: A temporal asymmetry. Gait and Posture, 21(1), S29. Chen L-C, Metcalfe J, Jeka JJ, & Clark, JE (2005, May). Instability of sitting posture during transition to independent walking. Paper presented at the Motor Development and Learning II conference, Murcia, Spain. Metcalfe JS, Chen L-C, Jeka JJ, & Clark JE (2005, May). On the development of postural stability. Paper presented at the Motor Development and Learning II conference, Murcia, Spain Bair W-N, Jeka J, Whitall J, & Clark JE (2005, May). Stance spatial-temporal characteristics under sensory conditions in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder. Presented at the 6th International Conference on Developmental Coordination Disorder, Trieste, Italy. Chen L-C, Jeka JJ, Whitall J, Clark JE (2005, May). The influence of somatosensory information on postural control in children with DCD. Presented at the 6th International Conference on Developmental Coordination Disorder, Trieste, Italy. Scholz, JP, Hsu W, Schöner G, Jeka JJ, Horak F (2004) Motor equivalent postural responses revealed by the UCM approach. Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, Washington DC, Jeka JJ, Kiemel T, Oie KS (2004) Postural sway = a slow decay process plus two damped oscillations. Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, Washington DC. Jeka JJ, Ravaioli E, Oie KS, Chiari, L, Kiemel T (2003) Adaptive and perceptual mechanisms underlying sensory reweighting. Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, Washington DC. R Creath, T Kiemel, F Horak, M Stephens, P Carlson-Kuhta, and J Jeka (2003). Postural sway in parkinson’s patients: A deficit in processing velocity information. Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, Washington DC. Jeka JJ, Kiemel T, Creath R, Horak F, Peterka R (2002) Changing the stochastic structure of postural sway by reducing velocity information. Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, Washington DC. Creath R, Kiemel T, Horak F, Stephens M, Carlson-Kuhta P, Jeka JJ (2002) The influence of
  16. 16. 16 velocity Information on postural sway in Parkinson’s patients: Preliminary findings. Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, Washington DC. McDowell K, Metcalfe J, Jeka JJ, Clark J (2002) An event related analysis of posture in adults and infants. Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, Washington DC. McDowell K, Schoner GS, Jeka JJ (2001) Is rotation of the population vector in conflict with the mental rotation effect? Presented at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Orlando, FL (November 13-17, 2001) Oie KS, Jeka JJ, Kiemel T, Schöner GS (1999) Hysteresis in multisensory integration: human postural control. Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, Miami, FL. Creath R, Jeka JJ, Kiemel T, Horak FB (1999) Sensory specification of intrinsic and extrinsic reference frames in human postural control. Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, Miami, FL. McDowell K, Jeka JJ, Schöner GS (1999) Dynamic field theory and directional arm movements. Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, Miami, FL. Jeka JJ, McDowell K, Schöner G, Hatfield BD (1999) Testing dynamic field theory with a two- choice directional movement task. Presented at the 6th annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. Washington, DC. McDowell K, Hatfield BD, Jeka JJ (1999) Motor area activation for a two-choice directional movement task. Presented at the 6th annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. Washington, DC. Oie KS, Jeka JJ, Schöner GS, Kiemel T (1998) Multisensory integration in human postural control. Modality switching. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 24(1), 150. McDowell K, Jeka JJ, Schöner GS, Hatfield B (1998) Testing dynamic field theory with directional arm movements. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 24(1), 1157. Jeka JJ, Oie KS, Schöner GS, Dijkstra TMH, Henson EM (1997). Adaptive coupling of postural sway to somatosensory drive. 38th Annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Philadelphia, PA. Ribeiro P, Oie KS, Jeka JJ (1997) Position-specific coupling between somatosensation and human postural control. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 23(2), 1563. Barela J, Jeka JJ, Clark JE (1996) The development of postural control and the acquisition of bipedal independent locomotion in infants. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 3, 2037. Jeka JJ, Oie KS, Henson EM, Dijkstra TMH, Schöner GS, Lackner JR (1996). Somatosensory coupling to postural sway velocity and position. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 3, 1701. Ribeiro P, Jeka JJ, Oie KS (1996) Distance-dependent somatosensory drive for human postural control: preliminary results. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2, 1633.
  17. 17. 17 Lackner JR, DiZio P, Jeka JJ, Rabin E (1996) Fingertip contact suppresses the destabilizing effects of leg muscle vibration. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2, 1633. Jeka JJ, Schöner GS, Lackner JR (1994) Entrainment of postural sway to sinusoidal haptic cues. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 20(1), p. 213. Jeka JJ, Lackner JR (1993) Fingertip contact with rough and slippery surfaces reduces postural sway. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 19(1), p. 195. Jeka JJ, Lackner JR (1992) Haptic information from the fingertip stabilizes postural sway. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 18(2), p. 1406. Jeka JJ, Kelso JAS (1991) Symmetry-breaking dynamics of coordination. 32nd annual meeting of the Psychonomics society, San Francisco, CA. Jeka JJ, Kelso JAS, DeGuzman GC (1990) New concepts and tools for understanding coordination. The 1st annual meeting of the International Society for Movement Disorders. Washington, D.C. Jeka JJ, Kelso JAS (1989) Pattern formation in a multistable coordinative system. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 15(1), p. 605. Jeka JJ, Kelso JAS (1989) Pattern stability and change in experimental studies of multiple moving components. Conference on Perception, Action and Cognition, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. Jeka JJ, Kelso JAS (1987) Preliminary observations of multi-limb coordination. International Conference on Ecological Psychology, Emory University, Atlanta, GA. COLLABORATORS Local: Jane Clark University of Maryland Tim Kiemel University of Maryland Bill Levine University of Maryland Steve Roth University of Maryland National: James Abbas Arizona State University Amy Bastian Johns Hopkins University Paul Dizio Brandeis University Fay Horak Oregon Health & Science University Devin Jindrich Arizona State University Scott Kelso Florida Atlantic University James Lackner Brandeis University Tony Lewis University of Arizona Robert Peterka Oregon Health & Science University
  18. 18. 18 John Scholz University of Delaware International: Lorenzo Chiari University of Bologna Herman van der Kooij University of Twente Yuri Ivanenko Santa Lucia Foundation, Italy Francesco Lacquaniti Santa Lucia Foundation, Italy Gregor Schöner Rühr University, Germany PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES 2007 Co-Organizer 18th biannual meeting of the International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Burlington, VT 2001- Board Member International Society for Posture & Gait 2000 Organizing Board International Conference on Multisensory Research 1999- Editorial Board Gait and Posture, Journal of Motor Behavior 1996 Co-organizer Dynamical Neuroscience Conference, Satellite to Society for Neuroscience Annual meeting, Washington, DC 1998 Co-organizer 1st Annual Workshop on the Dynamic Approach to Behavioral, Neural and Robotic Systems --- Action, Perception and Cognition, University of Minho, Portugal 1996- Reviewer NIH Sensorimotor Integration (SMI) Study Section NIH SBIR review panel ZRG1 BBBP-5 NSF Instrumentation Panel NIMH Perception and Cognition Study Section 1993 Advisory Board Kistler Instrument Corporation 1992- Reviewer Journal of Neurophysiology, Perception and Psychophysics, Experimental Brain Research, Journal of Motor Behavior, Neurobiology of Aging, Journal of Rehabilitative Engineering 1986- Member Society for Neuroscience AWARDS / FELLOWSHIPS 2007 School of Public Health Research and Development Award 1997-2002 NIH FIRST AWARD 1992-1993 National Institute of Health National Research Service Award 1992 APA Dissertation Research Award 1989 Daniel C. Brown Award for outstanding graduate study 1988 Jack T. Walker Memorial Award for excellence in research PATENTS 2009 TreadSense – Sensory Balance Treadmill (provisional) 2009 Sensor Fusion Balance Aid (provisional)
  19. 19. 19 TEACHING Undergraduate: Motor Control and Learning. A core course in the Kinesiology curriculum. Covers neurophysiological, behavioral and cognitive aspects of motor control and learning (120 students - taught once/year). Graduate: Motor Control Theory. Current concepts and theories in motor neuroscience. Physiological Signal Processing. Time and frequency domain methods for data acquisition and analysis. Quantitative Analysis of Human Postural Control. Fundamentals of the biomechanics and neural basis of human postural control. Neuromechanics of Muscle. Overview of four areas related to muscle function: 1) molecular basis of force generation; 2) muscle mechanics; 3) muscle modeling; and 4) neuromuscular control (team taught). Multisensory Perception. Fundamentals of sensory processing and how modalities are fused for self-motion perception. ADVISING & MENTORING Postdoctoral: Sean Carver, 2005-2007, PhD, Applied Mathematics, Cornell University Current Position: Research Assistant Professor Johns Hopkins University Hamid Betani, 2002-2003, PhD, Neuroscience, University of Toronto Current Position: Assistant Professor Northern Illinois University Wolfram Erlhagen, 1998, PhD, Mathematics, Ruhr University, Bochum, Germany Current Position: Professor University of Minho, Portugal Graduate: Yuanfen Zhang, PhD, Neuroscience and Cognitive Science, 2009 University of Maryland – College Park Current position: TBD Katie Amenabar, MA, Kinesiology, 2009 University of Maryland – College Park Current Position: Research Associate
  20. 20. 20 Johns Hopkins Medical School David Logan, MA, Kinesiology, 2009 University of Maryland – College Park Current Position: PhD student, Neuroscience and Cognitive Science University of Maryland – College Park Robert Creath, PhD, Neuroscience and Cognitive Science, 2008 University of Maryland – College Park Current position: Postdoctoral Fellow Department of Physical Therapy University of Maryland Medical School Paula Zago, PhD, Kinesiology, 2006 Universidade Cruzeiro do Sul Current Position: Professor Universidade Cruzeiro do Sul - Sao Paulo, Brazil (Ms. Zago visited Dr. Jeka’s lab for one year to learn experimental analysis of postural control to complete her PhD thesis.) Leslie Allison, PhD, Kinesiology, 2006 University of Maryland – College Park Current Position: Assistant Professor Department of Physical Therapy East Carolina University Kelvin Oie, PhD, Neuroscience and Cognitive Science, 2006 University of Maryland – College Park Current Position: Research Scientist Human Research and Engineering Directorate United States Army Research Laboratory Kaleb McDowell PhD, Neuroscience and Cognitive Science, 2003 University of Maryland – College Park Current Position: Branch Chief Human Research and Engineering Directorate United States Army Research Laboratory Pedro Ribeiro, PhD, Kinesiology,1999 University of Maryland – College Park Current Position: Professor Department of Physical Education Federal University of Rio de Janeiro Lisa DePasquale, MA, 1997 Kinesiology, University of Maryland – College Park Current Position: Scientist Electrophysiollogy Associates
  21. 21. 21 Chicago, ILL Elena Raviaoli, MA, Biomedical Engineering, 2003 University of Bologna Bologna, Italy (Ms. Ravaioli visited Dr. Jeka’s lab for one year to learn experimental analysis of postural control to complete her MA thesis from the University of Bologna.) Undergraduate: I typically sponsor 3-5 undergraduate students per year to learn research techniques in my laboratory. I have also sponsored high school students from Montgomery Blair High School Science and Technology magnet program in Silver Spring, MD. Below is a brief list of recent students and their accomplishments since 2000. Current undergraduates: Jason Green – Neurobiology major Russell Rosenberg – Kinesiology major Kelly Hefner – Biomedical engineering major High School: Rohan Bhale – Montgomery Blair High School Student Awards: David Logan - Senior Summer Scholars fellow – University of Maryland, 2008 Eric Anson – APTA Florence Kendall Doctoral Fellowship, 2008 Leslie Allison – APTA PODS I & II fellowships, 2000-2003 Kaleb McDowell – NIH predoctoral fellowship, 2000 SERVICE I have been an active member of the University of Maryland Faculty, serving on 3-5 committees/year. A summary of these activities from 2000 are listed below. 2007-2009 Senator Faculty Senate 2005-2006 Associate Director Neuroscience and Cognitive Science Program University of Maryland, College Park, MD 2002–2005 Graduate Director Neuroscience and Cognitive Science Program University of Maryland, College Park, MD Committees: Department of Kinesiology - Technology, Graduate, Faculty Search (Chair), Executive, Director - Cognitive Motor Neuroscience Laboratory Neuroscience and Cognitive Science - Executive, Graduate, Faculty Search

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