*,# denotes shared first and second-authorship respectively, $ denotes corresponding author


11. I. Seáñez$ and M. Capogrosso. “Motor improvements enabled by spinal cord stimulation combined with physical training after spinal cord injury: review of experimental evidence in animals and humans”. Bioelectronic Medicine. PDF


10. G. Schiavone, X. Kang, B. Barra, F. Fallegger, N. Vachicouras, E. Roussinova, I. Furfaro, S. Jiguet, I. Seáñez, S. Borgognon, A. Rowald, Q. Li, C. Qin, E. Bezard, J. Bloch, G. Courtine, M. Capogrosso, S. Lacour. “Soft implantable bioelectronic interfaces for translational neuroprosthetics”. Adv. Materials. 2020, 1906512. PDF


9. F.B. Wagner*, JB Mignardot*, C.G. Le Goff-Mignardot*, R. Demesmaeker#, S. Komi#, M. Capogrosso#, A. Rowald, I. Seáñez, M. Caban, E. Pirondini, M. Vat, L. McCracken, R. Heimgartner, I. Fodor, A. Watrin, P. Seguin, E. Paoles, K. Van Den Keybus, G. Eberle, B. Schurch, E. Pralong, F. Becce, J. Prior, N. Buse, R. Buschman, E. Neufeld, N. Kuster, S. Carda, J. von Zitzewitz, V.Delattre, T. Denison, H. Lambert, K. Minassian, J. Bloch and G. Courtine. “Targeted neurotechnologies restore walking in humans with spinal cord injury.” Nature. 563 (7729) 65. 2018. PDF


8. I. Seáñez-González, C. Pierella, A. Farshchiansadegh, E.B. Thorp, F. Abdollahi, J.P. Pedersen, and F.A. Mussa-Ivaldi. “Static vs. dynamic decoding algorithms in a non-invasive body-machine interface.” IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering. 25 (7) 893-905. 2017. PDF

7. Pierella, F.Abdollahi, E. Thorp, A. Farshchiansadegh, J. Pedersen, I. Seáñez-González, F.A. Mussa-Ivaldi, M. Casadio. “Learning new movements after paralysis: Results from a home-based study.” Scientific Reports. 7 (1) 4779. 2017. PDF

6. F. Abdollahi, A. Farshchiansadegh, C. Pierella, I. Seáñez-González, E. Thorp, M.H. Lee, R. Ranganathan, J. Pedersen, D. Chen, E. Roth, M. Casadio, F. Mussa-Ivaldi. “Body-machine interface enables people with cervical spinal cord injury to control devices with available body movements: proof of concept.” Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 31 (5) 487-493. 2017. PDF


5. I. Seáñez-González$, X. Wang, C. Pierella, A. Farshchiansadegh, E.B. Thorp, J.P. Pedersen, E.J. Roth, T. Parrish, and F.A. Mussa-Ivaldi. “Body-machine interfaces after spinal cord injury: rehabilitation and brain plasticity.” Brain Sciences. 6 (4) 61. 2016. PDF


4. E.B. Thorp, F.Abdollahi, D. Chen, A. Farshchiansadegh, M.H. Lee, J.P. Pedersen, C. Pierella, E.J. Roth, I. Seáñez-González and F.A. Mussa-Ivaldi. “Upper body-based power wheelchair control interface for individuals with tetraplegia.” IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering. 24 (2) 249-260. 2015. PDF


3. I. Seáñez-González$ and F.A. Mussa-Ivaldi. “Cursor control by Kalman filter with a non-invasive body-machine interface.” Journal of Neural Engineering. 11 (5) 56026-56039. 2014. PDF

2. A. Farshchiansadegh, F. Abdollahi, D. Chen, M.H. Lee, J. Pedersen, C. Pierella, E.J. Roth, I. Seáñez González, E.B. Thorp, F. Mussa-Ivaldi. “A Body Machine Interface Based on Inertial Sensors.” 36th Annual International IEEE EMBS Conference. 6120-6124. IEEE. 2014. PDF


1. I. Seáñez, and F.A. Mussa-Ivaldi. “A body-machine interface for the control of a 2D cursor.”  International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR). 1-6. IEEE. 2013. PDF