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Villiger, Michael; Liviero, Jasmin; Awai, Lea; Stoop, Rahel; Pyk, Pawel; Clijsen, Ron; Curt, Armin; Eng, Kynan; Bolliger, Marc (2017). Home-based virtual reality-augmented training improves lower limb muscle strength, balance, and functional mobility following chronic incomplete spinal cord injury. Frontiers in Neurology, 8:635.

Awai, Lea; Curt, Armin (2016). Locomotor Recovery in Spinal Cord Injury: Insights Beyond Walking Speed and Distance. Journal of Neurotrauma, 33(15):1428-1435.

Awai, Lea; Dietz, Volker; Curt, Armin (2016). Rehabilitation-Dependent Neural Plasticity After Spinal Cord Injury. In: Tuszynski, Mark H. Translational Neuroscience. New York: Springer, 439-456.

Awai, Lea; Bolliger, Marc; Ferguson, Adam R; Courtine, Grégoire; Curt, Armin (2015). Influence of spinal cord integrity on gait control in human spinal cord injury. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair:562-572.

Friedli, Lucia; Rosenzweig, Ephron S; Barraud, Quentin; Schubert, Martin; Dominici, Nadia; Awai, Lea; Nielson, Jessica L; Musienko, Pavel; Nout-Lomas, Yvette; Zhong, Hui; Zdunowski, Sharon; Roy, Roland R; Strand, Sarah C; van den Brand, Rubia; Havton, Leif A; Beattie, Michael S; Bresnahan, Jacqueline C; Bézard, Erwan; Bloch, Jocelyne; Edgerton, V Reggie; Ferguson, Adam R; Curt, Armin; Tuszynski, Mark H; Courtine, Grégoire (2015). Pronounced species divergence in corticospinal tract reorganization and functional recovery after lateralized spinal cord injury favors primates. Science Translational Medicine, 7(302):134-302.

Awai, Lea; Curt, Armin (2015). Comprehensive assessment of walking function after human spinal cord injury. Progress in Brain Research, 218:1-14.

Awai, Lea; Curt, Armin (2015). Preserved sensory-motor function despite large-scale morphological alterations in a series of patients with holocord syringomyelia. Journal of Neurotrauma, 32(6):403-410.

Awai, Lea; Curt, Armin (2014). Intralimb coordination as a sensitive indicator of motor-control impairment after spinal cord injury. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8:148.

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