Recent Publications

Rudroff T, Honce JM. Cannabis and Multiple Sclerosis – The Way Forward. Frontiers in Neurology. In Press.

Kindred NB, Kindred JH, Pimentel RE, Hess AM, Tracy BL, Reiser RF, Rudroff T. Functional factors that are important correlates to physical activity in people with multiple sclerosis: a pilot study. Disability and Rehabilitation. In Press.

Rudroff T, Ketelhut NB, Kindred JH. Invited Review: Metabolic Imaging in Exercise Physiology. Journal of Applied Physiology. In Press.

Rudroff T, Kindred JH, Ketelhut NB. Fatigue in Multiple Sclerosis: Misconceptions and Future Directions. Frontiers in Neurology, August, 2016.

Kindred JH, Ketelhut NB, Benson JM, Rudroff T. FDG-PET detects non-uniform muscle activity in the lower body during human gait. Muscle Nerve. 2016 Mar 24.

Ketelhut NB, Kindred JH, Manago MM, Hebert JR, Rudroff T. Core muscle characteristics during walking of patients with multiple sclerosis. Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development. 52 (6): 713-724, 2015.

Rudroff T, Kindred JH, Kalliokoski KK. [18F]-FDG Positron Emission Tomography – an established clinical tool opening a new window into exercise physiology. Journal of Applied Physiology. 118: 1181-1190, 2015.

Kindred JH, Tuulari JL, Bucci M, Kalliokoski KK, Rudroff T. Walking speed and brain glucose uptake are uncoupled in patients with multiple sclerosis. Frontiers in Human Neurosciences, February, 2015.

Kindred JH, Kalliokoski KK, Bojsen-Møller J, Rudroff T. Regional differences of [18F]-FDG uptake within the brain during fatiguing muscle contractions. Brain and Behavior, 2015.

Kindred JH, Ketelhut NB, Rudroff T. Glucose uptake heterogeneity of the leg muscles is similar between patients with multiple sclerosis and healthy controls during walking. Clinical Biomechanics 30: 159-165, 2015.