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Barbara Doucet, PhD

Barbara Doucet, PhD

Assistant Professor, Division of Rehabilitation Sciences
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Contact

301 University Boulevard
Galveston, TX 77555-1137
Email: bmdoucet@utmb.edu

Research Areas

Biomechanics

Education

1984 BS Louisiana State University Health Science Center, Occupational Therapy
1997 MHS Louisiana State University Health Science Center, Allied Health Education
2007 PhD University of Texas at Austin, Kinesiology

Current Funding
K12 HD055929 (PI - Ottenbacker)
National Center on Medical Rehabilitation Research (NICHD), NIH
Role: Scholar (Phase 2, no funding)
2007-2017
Select Publications

Griffin L, Jun BG, Covington C, Doucet BM. Force output during fatigue with progressively increasing stimulation frequency. J of Kinesiol and Electromyogr, 2008, 18 (3), 426-433.

Doucet BM and Griffin L. Maximal and submaximal intensity stimulation with variable patterns. Muscle Nerve, 2008, Mar 11, 37(6), 770-777

Doucet BM and Griffin L. Variable stimulation patterns for post-stroke hemiplegia. Muscle Nerve, 2009, 39(1), 54-62.

Doucet BM, Griffin L. Variable stimulation patterns in younger and older thenar muscle. J Electromyogr Kinesiol. 2012 Apr;22(2):215-22.

Doucet BM. The Issue Is: Neurorehabilitation – Are we doing all that we can? Am J of Occup Ther. 2012 July/August, 66(4):488-93

Doucet BM, Lam, A, Griffin L. Neuromuscular electrical stimulation for skeletal muscle function: a review.Yale J of Biol Med. 2012, Jun 85(2):201-15.

Doucet BM and Gutman SA. Quantifying function: the rest of the measurement story. Am J Occup Ther. 2013 Jan; 67(1):7-9.

Doucet BM and Seale, J. The free post-stroke clinic: a successful teaching and learning model. J Allied Health. 2012 Winter;41 (4):162-9.

Doucet BM, Mettler JA. Effects of dynamic progressive wrist splinting for chronic hemiplegia in a skilled nursing facility. J Hand Ther. 2012 Nov 10.

Doucet BM and Griffin L. High vs. low frequency stimulation effects on fine motor control in chronic hemiplegia. Topics in Stroke Rehabil (in press), 2013.