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    Lucinda L Baker, BS, MS, PhD

    TitleAssociate Professor
    SchoolHerman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC
    DepartmentBiokinesiology and Physical Therapy
    AddressCHP 155
    Health Sciences Campus
    Los Angeles California 90089-9006
    Phone+1 323 442 2904
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      Dr. Baker is the Director of the Clinical Electrophysiology Laboratory. Her research focus is on the evaluation of the human nervous system, specifically assessing the state of motoneuron and interneuron excitability at the level of the spinal cord. Dr. Baker teaches in the areas of electrophysiology, neurophysiology and neuroanatomy.


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      1. Anderson LJ, Baker L, Schroeder ET. Blunted Myoglobin and Quadriceps Soreness After Electrical Stimulation During the Luteal Phase or Oral Contraception. Res Q Exerc Sport. 2017 Apr 07; 1-10. PMID: 28388333.
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      2. Berggren J, Baker L. Therapeutic application of electrical stimulation and constraint induced movement therapy in perinatal brachial plexus injury: A case report. J Hand Ther. 2015 Apr-Jun; 28(2):217-21. PMID: 25841560.
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      3. Loeb GE, Peck RA, Singh J, Kim YH, Deshpande S, Baker L, Bryant JT. Mechanical loading of rigid intramuscular implants. Biomed Microdevices. 2007 Dec; 9(6):901-10. PMID: 17177107.
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      4. Popovic D, Baker L, Loeb GE. Recruitment and comfort of BION implanted electrical stimulation: implications for FES applications. IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng. 2007 Dec; 15(4):577-86. PMID: 18198716.
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      5. Loeb GE, Richmond FJ, Baker L. The BION devices: injectable interfaces with peripheral nerves and muscles. Neurosurg Focus. 2006; 20(5):E2. PMID: 16711659.
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