Selected Presentations & Posters

Philip B.A., Baune N.A., Valyear K.F., Frey S.H. (May 2016) Interhemispheric reorganization in sensory cortex without functional change following unilateral upper extremity amputation in humans. 9th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation, Philadelphia PA.

Philip B.A., Valyear K.F., Frey S.H. (2015). Evidence for interhemispheric reorganization in sensory cortex following unilateral upper extremity amputation in humans. American Society for Neurorehabilitation, Chicago, IL.

Philip B.A., Valyear K.F., Frey S.H. (2015). Evidence for interhemispheric reorganization in sensory cortex following unilateral upper extremity amputation in humans. Society for Neuroscience, Chicago IL.

Valyear, K.F., Philip, B.A., Kaufman, C., Kutz, J., & Frey, S.H. (May, 2015). Recovery of limb function following allogeneic hand transplantation and associated changes in sensory and motor representations. Presented at the annual meeting of Concepts, Actions, and Objects: Functional and Neural Perspectives.  Rovereto, Italy.

Mosa, A.S.M., Parker, G., & Frey, S.H. (April, 2015). American Medical Informatics Association Summit on Clinical Research Informatics.  San Francisco.

Valyear, K.F., Philip, B.A., Kaufman, C., Kutz, J., & Frey, S.H. (January, 2015). Cortical reorganization and recovery of limb function following allogeneic hand transplantation. Poster presented at Extremity War Injuries X: Advancing Health and Function. Washington, DC.

*Frey, S.H. (November, 2015).  Cortical organization and recovery of hand functions:  lessons from former amputees.  First Annual Symposium:  Centre Provincial D’expertise Pour les Personnes Victimes De Traumatisme Par Amptation ou Necessitant une Revascularisation Microchirurgicale.  Montreal.

*Frey, S.H.  Brain plasticity.  (November, 2014). American Society for Reconstructive Transplantation’s 4th Biennial Meeting, Chicago.

Valyear, K.F., Philip, B.A., Kaufman, C., Kutz, J., & Frey, S.H. (November 2014). Amputation-related changes in inter-hemispheric interactions are reversible through transplantation of the human hand. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC.

Valyear, K.F., & Frey, S.H. (June 2014). The cortical bases of hand selection for object manipulation in humans: Insights from fMRI repetition suppression. Poster presented at the Advancing Neuroscience at MU Symposium, Columbia, MO.

Valyear, K.F., Philip, B.A., Kaufman, C., Kutz, J., & Frey, S.H. (June 2014). How does the brain support the recovery of hand function for grasping following surgical hand replantation or transplantation? Poster presented at the Advancing Neuroscience at MU Symposium, Columbia, MO.

Philip, B.A., & Frey S.H. (November 2014). Skill acquisition with the non-dominant hand and associated changes in functional connectivity between sensorimotor hand representations.Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Neurorehabilitation, Washington D.C.

Philip, B.A., & Frey S.H. (November 2014). Stability of precision drawing skills acquired with the non-dominant hand and associated changes in functional connectivity between sensorimotor hand representations. Poster presented at annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington D.C.

Peng H., Cirstea M.C., Valyear K.F., & Frey S.H. (November 2014). Diffusion tensor tractography study of sensorimotor pathways in unilateral hand amputees. Poster presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Neurorehabilitation and Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C..

Cirstea M.C., Peng H., & Frey S.H.  (November 2014). Spectroscopic evidence for lower neuronal metabolism and time-dependent increases in inhibition within the former sensorimotor hand territory of chronic unilateral amputees. Poster presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Neurorehabilitation and Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C.

Baune N.A., Philip B.A., Kaufman C., Kutz J. & Frey S.H. (November 2014). Localization of touch on a replanted or transplanted hand: evidence for late improvements that may reflect central adaptations. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C.​

Baune N.A., Philip B.A., Kaufman C., Kutz J. & Frey S.H. (November 2014). Improved sensation in a replanted or transplanted hand. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Neurorehabilitation, Washington, D.C.

Baune N.A., Philip B.A., Kaufman C., Kutz J. & Frey S.H. (June 2014). Locognosia in hand replant/transplant recipients. Poster presented at the Advancing Neuroscience at MU Symposium, Columbia, MO.

Buckon, C., Thomas, S. Aiona, M., & Frey, S.H.  Motor imagery and planning deficits in children with congenital hemiplegia.  68th Annual Meeting of the AACPDM.  San Diego (Sept., 2014).

Valyear, K. F. & Frey, S.H. “The cortical bases of hand selection for action in humans: Insights from fMRI repetition suppression.”  Soc. For Neuroscience.

Frey, S.H.  “The challenge of individual variability in rehabilitation neuroscience applications of fMRI.  Am. Soc. Of Neurorehab.  San Diego (Oct, 2013).

Valyear, K.F., Philip, B.A., Kaufman, C., Kutz, J., &  Frey, S.H.  How does the brain support the recovery of hand function for grasping following surgical hand replantation or transplantation?  Am. Soc. Of Neurorehab.  San Diego (Oct, 2013).

Cirstea, C.M., Nudo, R.J., Brooks, W.M., Yeh, H. Popescu, E.A., Craciunas, S.C. Savage, C.R., Burris, J.E. & Frey, S.H.  “Neurochemical predictors of motor recovery in stroke.” Am. Soc. Of Neurorehab.  San Diego (Oct, 2013).

*Frey, S.H.  Psychomotor Keynote Address:Reorganization in Sensory and Motor Systems: Insights from Current and Former Hand Amputees.”  Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology. Kelowna, B.C. (October, 2013).

Randerath, J., Valyear, K., & Frey, S.H. (2013). Two routes to action – a fMRI repetition suppression study.  23rd Annual Meeting of the Neural Control of Movement Society.  Puerto Rico (April, 2013).

Philip BA, Frey, S.H. Learning to draw with the non-dominant hand. 23rd Annual Meeting of the Neural Control of Movement Society.  Puerto Rico (April, 2013).

Frey, S.H.  Human brain plasticity:  lessons from current and former amputees.  19th Annual Prosthetics and Orthotics Conference.  University of Missouri Med. School.  May, 2013.

Frey, S. H. Motor control in left-handers: interaction of language and motor representations.  Thirty-first European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology.  Bressanone, Italy (January, 2013). 

Valyear, K.F., & Frey S.H. Behavioral repetition priming reveals insights about action selection. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans, LA. (October 2012).

Frey, S. H.  Functional brain reorganization in current and former upper extremity amputees:  Potential clinical implications. American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery.  San Francisco  (Feb., 2012).

Frey, S. H.  Central effects of hand amputation and transplantation.  American Academy of Hand Surgery.  Las Vegas  (January, 2012).

Philip, B., Bogdanov, S. & Frey, S.H.  Execution of a precision manual drawing task with the non-dominant hand in amputees and controls.  Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience.  Washington, D.C. (November, 2011).

Hansen, M., Marchal, N. & Frey, S.H.  Neural coding of teleoperated reaching and grasping using a button-controlled robotic arm.  Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience.  Washington, D.C. (November, 2011).

Macuga, K. & Frey, S.H.  Do the posterior parietal cortex and cerebellum contribute more to imagery or execution? Evidence from an fMRI study of a parametrically manipulated tool-use task.  Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience.  Washington, D.C. (November, 2011).

Frey, S.H.  “Imaging the consequences of hand amputation and transplantation on the adult human brain.”  Tenth Meeting of the International Hand and Composite Tissue Allotransplantation Society.  Atlanta (April, 2011).

Smith, J., & Frey, S.H. "Use of independent component analysis to define regions of interest for fMRI studies.”  International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM).  Montreal (May, 2011).

Bogdanov, S., Smith, J., & Frey, S.H. “Reactivating the former hand representation in unilateral amputees:  Effects of motor imagery but not virtual visual feedback."  ASNR Satellite Conference: The New Science of Brain Repair and Neurorehabilitation.  San Diego (November, 2010).

Frey, S.H.  “Reversing the effects of deafferenting injuries on human sensory and motor cortices:  lessons from current and former hand amputees.”  Neuroimaging technologies for optimizing human performance.  Sponsored by Virginia Tech and TATRC.  (September, 2010).

Kroliczak, G., & Frey, S.H.  “Neural bases of transitive and intransitive gestures during perception and imitation.”  Asian Pacific Conference on Vision. Taipei.  (August, 2010).

Karns, C.M., Dow, M., Smith, J. Frey, S.H., & Neville, H.J.  “Intermodal attention influences multisensory processing in the visual periphery.” Paper to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience.  San Diego. (November, 2010).

Macuga, K., & Frey, S.H“Dissociable cortical networks of action representation for observation, imagery, and execution investigated using fMRI.” Paper to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience.  San Diego. (November, 2010).

Philip, B.A., & Frey, S.H.  Intact prediction of grip selection with an amputated hand.” Paper to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience.  San Diego. (November, 2010).

Hansen, M., Marchal, N., & Frey, S.H“Parieto-premotor contributions to the planning and/or execution of reaching or grasping movements studied in humans with fMRI.”  Paper to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience.  San Diego. (November, 2010).

Karns, C.M., Dow, M., Smith, J. Frey, S.H., & Neville, H.J.  “Visuo-tactile, unimodal, and multi-sensory processing in the visual periphery.”  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society.  Montreal (April, 2010).

Frey, S.H. “Imaging the effects of peripheral nerve injuries on central nervous system organization:  implications for recovery of function.”  Eugene Michels Research Forum.  American Physical Therapy Association.  San Diego (February, 2010).

*For full list of presentations and posters, please inquire at freylab@missouri.edu