Craig McGowan
Craig McGowan
Assoc. Professor, University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine
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The fastest runner on artificial legs: different limbs, similar function?
PG Weyand, MW Bundle, CP McGowan, A Grabowski, MB Brown, R Kram, ...
Journal of applied physiology 107 (3), 903-911, 2009
1882009
Modular control of human walking: adaptations to altered mechanical demands
CP McGowan, RR Neptune, DJ Clark, SA Kautz
Journal of biomechanics 43 (3), 412-419, 2010
1362010
Running-specific prostheses limit ground-force during sprinting
AM Grabowski, CP McGowan, WJ McDermott, MT Beale, R Kram, ...
Biology letters 6 (2), 201-204, 2010
1292010
Muscle contributions to whole-body sagittal plane angular momentum during walking
RR Neptune, CP McGowan
Journal of biomechanics 44 (1), 6-12, 2011
1232011
Independent effects of weight and mass on plantar flexor activity during walking: implications for their contributions to body support and forward propulsion
CP McGowan, RR Neptune, R Kram
Journal of applied physiology 105 (2), 486-494, 2008
1192008
Leg stiffness of sprinters using running-specific prostheses
CP McGowan, AM Grabowski, WJ McDermott, HM Herr, R Kram
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 9 (73), 1975-1982, 2012
972012
Modulation of leg muscle function in response to altered demand for body support and forward propulsion during walking
CP McGowan, R Kram, RR Neptune
Journal of biomechanics 42 (7), 850-856, 2009
882009
Dynamic pressure maps for wings and tails of pigeons in slow, flapping flight, and their energetic implications
JR Usherwood, TL Hedrick, CP McGowan, AA Biewener
Journal of Experimental Biology 208 (2), 355-369, 2005
812005
Dynamics of leg muscle function in tammar wallabies (M. eugenii) during level versus incline hopping
AA Biewener, C McGowan, GM Card, RV Baudinette
Journal of Experimental Biology 207 (2), 211-223, 2004
812004
Obesity does not increase external mechanical work per kilogram body mass during walking
RC Browning, CP McGowan, R Kram
Journal of biomechanics 42 (14), 2273-2278, 2009
742009
Point: Artificial limbs do make artificially fast running speeds possible
PG Weyand, MW Bundle
Journal of Applied Physiology 108 (4), 1011-1012, 2010
65*2010
Forward dynamics simulations provide insight into muscle mechanical work during human locomotion
RR Neptune, CP McGowan, SA Kautz
Exercise and sport sciences reviews 37 (4), 203, 2009
632009
Hind limb scaling of kangaroos and wallabies (superfamily Macropodoidea): implications for hopping performance, safety factor and elastic savings
CP McGowan, J Skinner, AA Biewener
Journal of Anatomy 212 (2), 153-163, 2008
582008
The mechanics of jumping versus steady hopping in yellow-footed rock wallabies
CP McGowan, RV Baudinette, JR Usherwood, AA Biewener
Journal of experimental biology 208 (14), 2741-2751, 2005
542005
The effect of stride length on the dynamics of barefoot and shod running
MA Thompson, A Gutmann, J Seegmiller, CP McGowan
Journal of Biomechanics 47 (11), 2745-2750, 2014
492014
Muscle contributions to frontal plane angular momentum during walking
RR Neptune, CP McGowan
Journal of biomechanics 49 (13), 2975-2981, 2016
482016
Kinematic and kinetic comparison of barefoot and shod running in mid/forefoot and rearfoot strike runners
MA Thompson, SS Lee, J Seegmiller, CP McGowan
Gait & Posture 41 (4), 957-959, 2015
482015
Counterpoint: artificial legs do not make artificially fast running speeds possible
R Kram, AM Grabowski, CP McGowan, MB Brown, HM Herr
Journal of Applied Physiology 108 (4), 1012-1014, 2010
462010
The influence of muscle physiology and advanced technology on sports performance
RR Neptune, CP McGowan, JM Fiandt
Annual review of biomedical engineering 11, 2009
462009
Joint work and power associated with acceleration and deceleration in tammar wallabies (Macropus eugenii)
CP McGowan, RV Baudinette, AA Biewener
Journal of Experimental Biology 208 (1), 41-53, 2005
462005
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