Emanuele Formento
Emanuele Formento
Research Scientist, Meta, Reality Labs
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Electrical spinal cord stimulation must preserve proprioception to enable locomotion in humans with spinal cord injury
E Formento, K Minassian, F Wagner, JB Mignardot, CG Le Goff-Mignardot, ...
Nature neuroscience 21 (12), 1728-1741, 2018
Mechanisms underlying the neuromodulation of spinal circuits for correcting gait and balance deficits after spinal cord injury
EM Moraud, M Capogrosso, E Formento, N Wenger, J DiGiovanna, ...
Neuron 89 (4), 814-828, 2016
Shared human–robot proportional control of a dexterous myoelectric prosthesis
KZ Zhuang, N Sommer, V Mendez, S Aryan, E Formento, E D’Anna, ...
Nature Machine Intelligence 1 (9), 400-411, 2019
Closed-loop control of trunk posture improves locomotion through the regulation of leg proprioceptive feedback after spinal cord injury
EM Moraud, J von Zitzewitz, J Miehlbradt, S Wurth, E Formento, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 76, 2018
A biomimetic electrical stimulation strategy to induce asynchronous stochastic neural activity
E Formento, E D’Anna, S Gribi, SP Lacour, S Micera
Journal of neural engineering 17 (4), 046019, 2020
Skilled independent control of individual motor units via a non-invasive neuromuscular–machine interface
E Formento, P Botros, JM Carmena
Journal of Neural Engineering 18 (6), 066019, 2021
Experimental and computational study on motor control and recovery after stroke: toward a constructive loop between experimental and virtual embodied neuroscience
AL Allegra Mascaro, E Falotico, S Petkoski, M Pasquini, L Vannucci, ...
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 14, 31, 2020
A non-invasive brain-machine interface via independent control of individual motor units
E Formento, P Botros, JM Carmena
bioRxiv, 2021.03. 22.436518, 2021
A sensory information compliant spinal cord stimulation system for the rehabilitation of motor functions
E Formento, M Capogrosso, K Minassian, S Micera, C Gregoire
EP Patent EP20160206606 20,161,223, 2016
Peripheral brain-machine interface system via volitional control of individual motor units
JM Carmena, E Formento, PA Botros, MM Maharbiz
US Patent App. 17/691,994, 2022
Role of Renshaw Cells in the Mammalian Locomotor Circuit: A Computational Study
P Corsi, E Formento, M Capogrosso, S Micera
Converging Clinical and Engineering Research on Neurorehabilitation III …, 2019
A Computational Approach for the Design of Epidural Electrical Spinal Cord Stimulation Strategies to Enable Locomotion after Spinal Cord Injury
E Formento
EPFL, 2018
Grasp smarter, not harder: Proportional control of an electromyographic prosthesis with a touch of automation
K Zhuang, N Sommer, E Formento, E D'Anna, A Billard, S Micera
Neuroscience 2017, Washington, USA, 2017
Dimensions matter: Why do the spinal cords of humans and rodents respond differently to epidural electrical stimulation
E Formento, M Capogrosso, K Minassian, F Wagner, JB Mignardot, ...
Neuroscience 2017, Washington, USA, 2017
A model of spinal sensorimotor circuits recruited by epidural stimulation of the spinal cord
E Formento, M Capogrosso, EM Moraud, M Caban, G Courtine, S Micera
Computational and Systems Neuroscience (Cosyne) 2015, 2015
F Artoni, MAG Badi-Dubois, TJR Barjavel, M Bonizzato, M Bouri, M Caban, ...
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MA Anderson, S Anil, C Arbogast, L Asboth, E Baaklini, B Losada, ...
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