Publications:

Books and Book Chapters

  1. Faghri, PD: Research Methodology for Health Professionals: An Interdisciplinary Approach (Textbook), 2003 ISBN# [1-58692-513-X], Erudition Books, Boston, Massachusetts.
    1. The book has 228 pages with appropriate figures, tables, as well as sections for questions, discussions, and guide for graduate students who are doing their thesis
  2. Faghri, PD, Glaser, RM, Figoni, SF: Functional electrical stimulation cycle ergometer exercise: Training effects on cardiorespiratory responses of spinal cord injured subjects at rest and during submaximal exercise, Yearbook of Sports Medicine, Edited by RJ Shephard; Mosby-yearbook Inc. 439-441, 1993.
  3. Faghri PD. 2008 Functional Electrical Stimulation, (Chapter 17); IN: Therapeutic Interventions for Patients with Spinal Cord Injuries by Sue Ann Sisto, Erica Druin, and Martha Macht Sliwinski, Elsevier Publications. Page 407-428.
  4. Faghri PD and Adams CH (2010). Contribution of physical and psychosocial risk factors combined with sedentary lifestyle to overweight and obesity: Prospects for prevention: ISBN: 978-1-61761-982-3, ©2010 Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. Momeni K, Faghri, PD, Evans, M. Lower-extremity joint kinematics and muscle activations during semi-reclined cycling at different workloads in healthy individuals. Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation. 2014, 11:146 doi:10.1186/1743-0003-11-146
  2. ​Mignano C, Faghri P, Huedo-Medina T, Cherniack M. Predictors of health behaviors and body mass index (BMI) using a Newly Proposed Emotion- Health Behavior-Weight (EBW) model. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health. (2015 – pending).
  3. Faghri P, Mignano C, Huedo-Medina T, Cherniack M. Psychological Health and Overweight and Obesity Among Correctional Employee. Journal of Obesity.- Open Access (2015 – pending).
  4. Faghri PD, Stratton K, Momeni K. Sedentary Lifestyle, Obesity, and Aging: Implication for Prevention. 2015 J Nutr Disorders Ther 5: e119. doi:10.4172/2161- 0509.1000e119
  5. Faghri PD, Chin W, Huedo-Medina T. The Link between Musculoskeletal Pain, Lifestyle Behaviors, Exercise Self-Efficacy, and Quality of Life in Overweight and Obese Individuals. International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 2015. Int J Phys Med Rehabil 2015, 3:1 http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2329-9096.1000255).
  6. Evans MM, Faghri PD, Pagoto SL, Schneider KL, Waring ME, Whited MC, et al. The Weight Loss Blogosphere: An Online Survey of Weight Loss Bloggers. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. (2014 – pending).
  7. Evans MM, Faghri PD, Pagoto SL, Schneider KL, Waring ME, Whited MC, et al. Who Reads Weight Loss Blogs and Why? An Online Survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research. (2014 – pending).
  8. Faghri PD, Momeni K. Musculoskeletal Diseases, Overweight and Obesity, and Aging Workforce: How to Encounter the Problem. Journal of Obesity and Weight Loss Therapy. 2014; S4: e001. doi:10.4172/2165-7904.S4-e001.
  9. Forrest GF, Harkema S, Angeli C, Faghri P, Kirshblum S, Cirnigliaro C, Garabrin E, Bauman, WA. Restoration of Bone after SCI using Loading with or without Multi-Muscle Electrical Stimulation. Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine. 2014.
  10. Faghri, PD, Rui Li. Effect of Financial Incentive in a Workplace Diabetes Prevention Program. The Obesity Journal. 2014; Volume 6, pages 1-12.
  11. Faghri PD. Use of financial incentives in workplace weight-loss program: Topics Related to Healthy Workplace News and Views. http://www.uml.edu/Research/Centers/CPH-NEW/emerging- topics/Issue39.aspx
  12. Momeni K, Faghri PD, Evans M. Age-related Differences in the Lower- Extremity Muscular Activation During Semi-reclined Cycling at Different Workloads. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2013; 94 (10), e53-e53.
  13. Faghri PD, Mignano C. Overweight and Obesity in High Stress Workplaces. J Nutr Disorders Ther. 2013; 3: e110. doi:10.4172/2161-0509.1000e110.
  14. Faghri PD, Mignano C. Overweight and Obesity in High Stress Workplaces. J Nutr Disorders Ther. 2013; 3: e110. doi:10.4172/2161-0509.1000e110.
  15. Ferrero L, Faghri PD, Henning R, Cherniack MC. Workplace Based Participatory Approach to Weight Loss for Correction Employees. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine: 2013; Volume 55- issues 2—p 147-155, doi: 10.1097/JOEM.0b013e3182712cd4.
  16. Faghri PD. Commentary on: Application of iPhone for ROM: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation. (15:19) University of Connecticut. 2013.
  17. Faghri PD, Duffy VB, Benson N, Cherniack M. Worksite Weight Loss Intervention for Employees in Stressful Workplaces: A Pilot Study and Baseline Survey Indicators of Success. Journal of Weight loss and Nutrition Therapy. 2012; 2:121- Doi:10.4172/2165-904.1000121.
  18. Lahiri S, Faghri PD. Cost-Effectiveness of a Workplace Based Incentivized Weight Loss Program. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. March 2012; 54(3) 731-737.
  19. Faghri PD, Momeni K, Galbo S, Ehrentraut J. Musculoskeletal Disorders in Overweight and Obese Nursing Staff. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2010; 91:10, 41.
  20. Faghri PD, Kotejoshyer R, Cherniack M, Punnett L, Reeves D. Assessment of a Worksite Health Promotion Readiness Checklist. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 2010 Sep; 52(9):893-9. PMID: 20798646.
  21. Shanley E, Thompson C, Faghri PD, Duffy VB. Nutrition-focused Worksite Healthy Weight Intervention. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. 2012; 12.9 (2012): A80.
  22. Faghri, PD, Galbo S, Ehrenthrout J, Momeni K. Using Self-efficacy to Predict Weight Loss in Overweight and obese employees. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 2012; 41:5-S590.
  23. Faghri PD and Adams CH. Contribution of physical and psychosocial risk factors combined with sedentary lifestyle to overweight and obesity: Prospects for prevention. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. 2010. ISBN: 978-1-61761-982- 3.
  24. Copenhaver MM, Merz-Beyus A, Lee IC, Faghri PD. The Living Arrangement May Differentially Influence IDU Parents’ Motivation to Reduce HIV risk as a Function of Gender. AIDS Care. 2010; Vol 00, No. 0 1_6. PMID: 20711890.
  25. Forrest G, Angeli C, Cignigliaro C, Faghri PD, Kirschblum S, Harkema S. Hip and Femur Bone Mineral Density Changes After Electrical Stimulation and Loading in Persons With Motor Complete Spinal Cord Injury. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2010; 91:10, 22.
  26. Mazerolle, S. M., Faghri, P., Marcinick, M., & Milazzo, S. (2010). Professionalism & ethics: Athletic trainers' workload in NCAA division I athletic programs. International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training, 15(3).
  27. Henning R, Warren N, Robertson M, Faghri P D, Cherniack M; CPH-NEW Research Team. Workplace health protection and promotion through participatory ergonomics: an integrated approach. Public Health Rep. 2009 Jul- Aug; 124 Suppl 1:26-35. PMID: 19618804
  28. Punnett L, Cherniack M, Henning R, Morse T, Faghri PD; CPH-NEW Research Team. A conceptual framework for integrating workplace health promotion and occupational ergonomics programs. Public Health Rep. 2009 Jul-Aug; 124 Suppl 1:16-25. PMID: 19618803.
  29. Duffy VB, Hayes JE, Sullivan BS, Faghri PD. Surveying Food/Beverage Liking: A Tool for Epidemiological Studies to Connect Chemosensation with Health Outcomes. Annals of NY Academy of Science. 2009; 1170, 558 – 568. PMID: 19686193.
  30. Forest G, Angeli C, Faghri PD, Cignigkiaro C, Kirshblum S, Garbarini E, Machin D, Harkema S. Bone Mineral Density Changes After Electrical Stimulation and Loading in Persons with Motor Complete Spinal Cord Injury. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2009; 90:10, 25-26.
  31. Faghri PD, Blozie E, Gustavesen S, Kotejoshyer R. The Role of Tailored Consultation Following Health-Risk Appraisals in Workers’ Health Behavior. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 2008; 50(12):1378-85).
  32. Forrest G, Faghri PD, Yarossi M, Garbarini E, Sisto SA, Harkema S. Muscle Activation Response to Electric Stimulation Intensity for Motor Complete Spinal Cord Injury. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2008; 89:10, 21.
  33. Forrest G, Faghri PD, Yarossi M, Kirshblum S, Garbarini E, Sisto SA, Harkema S. Muscle Activation Response to Electrical Stimulation for Motor Complete SCI following a Stand Retraining and Functional Electrical Stimulation Intervention: Case Study. IFESS Publication. 2008; 9, e-publicaiton.
  34. Haapala SA, Faghri PD, Adams DJ. Identifying an Effective Paradigm for FES- Induced Cycle Ergometry in Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury. Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation. 2008; 14(10), 1-15.
  35. Faghri PD. How to increase physical activity at work. Topics Related to Healthy Workplace News and Views. http://www.uml.edu/centers/cph-ew/Documents/
  36. Sisto SA, Forrest GF, Faghri PD. Technology for mobility and quality of life in spinal cord injury. IEEE, Transaction on Medicine and Biology. 2008; 27(2), 56-68.
  37. Faghri PD, Omokaro C, Parker C, Nichols E, Gustavesen S, Blozie E. E- Technology and Pedometer Walking Program to Increase Physical Activity at Work. Journal of Primary Prevention. 2008; [E-pub ahead of print].
  38. Haapala SA, Faghri PD, Adams DJ. Leg joint power output during progressive resistance FES-LCE cycling in SCI subjects: developing an index of fatigue. Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation. 2008; 5(14).
  39. Faghri PD, Haapala SA, Adams DJ. Lower leg joint power output during progressive resistance cycling in SCI subjects: The influence of stimulation intensity. International Functional Electrical Stimulation. 2007; 8, 1-3.
  40. Faghri PD, Trumbower R. Identifying offline muscle strength profile sufficient for short-duration FES-LCE: A PAC learning model approach. Journal of Clinical Monitoring. 2006; DOI:10.1007/s10877-006-9023-2.
  41. Faghri PD, Du QY. Calf volume changes as a predictor of intensity of lower limb muscle contractions. Journal of Assistive Technology. 2006; 18(1), 46-55.
  42. Trumbower R, Faghri, PD. Software application for assessing real-time patient responsiveness to functional electrical stimulation devices. Proceedings of Materials & Processes for Medical Devices. 2005.
  43. Faghri PD, Trumbower R. Clinical applications of electrical stimulation for individuals with spinal cord injury. Journal of Clinical Kinesiology. 2006; 59(4), 48-62.
  44. Faghri PD, Trumbower R. Short-duration FES-induced leg cycling dynamics at different stimulation intensities and flywheel resistances. International Functional Electrical Stimulation. 2005;10 (8), 241-243.
  45. Trumbower R, Faghri PD. Relationship between isometric pedal force generation and stimulation intensity of individual leg muscles involved in FES-induced leg cycling. International Functional Electrical Stimulation. 2005;10 (8), 238- 240.
  46. Trumbower R, Faghri PD. Kinematic analysis of recumbent leg cycling in able- bodied and spinal cord injured individuals. Spinal Cord. 2005;43, 543-549.
  47. Trumbower R, Faghri PD. Rigid link-segment models as predictors of semi- reclined leg cycling kinematics. Rehabilitation Engineering and Assertive Technology publications. 2004;4, 344-347.
  48. Devan MR, Pescatello LS, Faghri PD, Anderson J. A prospective study of overuse knee injuries among female athletes with muscle imbalances and structural abnormalities. Journal of Athletic Training. 2004;39(3), 263–267.
  49. Trumbower R, Faghri PD. Improving pedal power during semi-reclined leg cycling. IEEE Transaction in Medicine and Biology Magazine. 2004;23(2), 62- 71.
  50. Faghri PD, Hovorka CF, Trumbower RT. Reducing edema in the lower extremity of hemiplegics stroke patients: a comparison of non-pharmacological approach. Clinical Kinesiology. 2002;56(4), 51-60.
  51. Faghri PD, Yount J. Electrically induced and voluntary activation of physiologic muscle pump: a comparison between spinal cord injured and able-bodied individuals. Clinical Rehabilitation. 2002;16(8), 878-885.
  52. Trumbower R, Faghri PD. Timing and sequencing analysis of EMG measurements during reclined leg cycling. International Functional Electrical Stimulation. 2002;6 (5), 138-142.
  53. Faghri PD, Y ount JP , Pesce WJ, Seetharama S. Functional electrical stimulation vs. voluntary muscle contraction: A comparison between able-bodied people and people with spinal cord injury. International Functional Electrical Stimulation. 2001;5(6), 141-143.
  54. Faghri PD, Yount JP, Pesce WJ, Seetharama S, Votto JJ. Circulatory hypokinesis and functional electrical stimulation during standing in person with spinal cord injury. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2001;82, 1587-1595.
  55. Faghri PD, Du QY. Prediction of calf volume changes at different levels of voluntary contractions of the lower limb muscles. Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology publications. 2000;20, 337-339.
  56. Faghri PD, Votto JJ, Hovorka CF. Venous hemodynamic responses to electrical stimulation. Journal of Phlebology Digest. 1999;4, 18-21.
  57. Faghri PD, Hovorka CF, Pesce W. Effects of NMES, and voluntary exercise on hemodynamics of lower extremities. Scope on Phlebology and Lymphology. 1999;2: 23-26.
  58. Faghri PD, Yount JP, Pesce WJ, Seetherama S, Ulreich S. Improving cardiac return and spasticity in spinal cord injured during standing using FES. Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Publications. 1999;19, 140-142.
  59. Faghri PD, Votto JD, Hovorka C. Venous hemodynamics of lower extremities in response to functional neuromuscular stimulation. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 1998;79(7), 842-849.
  60. Faghri PD. Evaluation of mechanical methods in prevention of deep venous thrombosis. Clinical Kinesiology. 1998;52(1), 4-11.
  61. Faghri PD, Hovorka CF, Pesce W. A comparison of three mechanical interventions in reducing lower limbs edema in stroke patients. Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Publications. 1998;18, 238-240.
  62. Faghri PD, Votto J. Circulatory responses to voluntary and FES- induced contraction in the lower extremities of healthy subjects. Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Publications. 1997;17, 271-273.
  63. Faghri PD, Figoni SF, Van Meerdervoort HF, Glaser RM. Electrical stimulation- induced contractions to reduce blood stasis during arthroplasty. IEEE Transaction on Rehabilitation Engineering. 1997;5(1), 62-69.
  64. Faghri PD. The effects of neuromuscular stimulation - induced muscle contraction versus elevation on hand edema in CVA patients. Journal of Hand Therapy. 1997;3, 29-34.
  65. Faghri PD, Rodgers MM. The effects of functional neuromuscular stimulation - augmented physical therapy program in the functional recovery of hemiplegic arm in stroke patients. Clinical Kinesiology. 1997;51(1): 9-15, 1997.
  66. Faghri PD, Votto JD, Hovorka C. Central hemodynamic responses to loaded and unloaded ES-induced and voluntary contractions of the lower legs. International Functional electrical Stimulation. 1997;2, 25-28.
  67. Pompe Van Meerdervoort HJ, Hassani S, Faghri PD, Glaser RM. Use of electrical stimulation-induced contractions vs. external compression during total hip and knee arthroplasty for preventing venous polling. International Functional electrical Stimulation. 1996;1, 55-57.
  68. Pompe Van Meerdervoort HJ, Faghri PD, Hassani S, Glaser RM. Electrically - induced contraction vs. external compression for promoting venous return during hip and knee surgery. Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Publications. 1995;15, 396-399.
  69. Faghri PD, Rodgers MM, Glaser RM, Bors J, Ho C, Akuthota P. The effects of FES on prevention of shoulder subluxation, arm pain, and arm function recovery on hemiplegic stroke patients. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 1994;75, 73-79.
  70. Faghri PD, Glaser RM, Rodgers MR, Bors J. Effects of FES on shoulder muscle tone, EMG activity and function in acute hemiplegia. Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Publications. 1993;13, 410-412.
  71. Faghri PD, Rodgers MM, Glaser RM, Bors J, Ho C, Akuthota P. The effects of FES on prevention of shoulder subluxation arm pain, and arm function recovery on hemiplegic stroke patients. Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Publications. 1992;12, 471-473.
  72. Faghri PD, Glaser RM, Figoni SF. Functional electrical stimulation cycle ergometer exercise: Training effects on cardiorespiratory responses of spinal cord injured subjects at rest and during submaximal exercise. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 1992;73, 1085-1093.
  73. Faghri PD, Rodgers MM, Glaser RM, Bors J, Ho C, Akuthota P. The effects of FES on prevention of shoulder subluxation. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development. 1991;28, 100-110.
  74. Rodgers MM, Hooker SP, Figoni SF, Glaser RM, Faghri PD, Ezenwa BN, Collins SR, Mathews T, Suryaprasad AG, Gupta SC. Training responses of SCI individuals to FNS-induced knee extension exercise. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development. 1991;28, 19-26.
  75. Suryaprasad AG, Glaser RM, Figoni SF, Rodgers MM, Hooker SP, Faghri PD, Ezenwa BN, Collins SR, Mathews T, Gupta SC. Evaluation of FES technique for exercise. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development. 1991;28, 87-88.
  76. Figoni SF, Rodgers MM, Glaser RM, Hooker SP, Faghri PD, Ezenwa BN, Collins SR, Mathews T, Suryaprasad AG, Gupta SC. Acute physiologic responses of SCI subjects to FES knee extension exercise. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development. 1991;28, 9-18.
  77. Figoni SF, Rodgers MM, Glaser RM, Hooker SP, Faghri PD, Ezenwa BN, Collins SR, Mathews T, Suryaprasad AG, Gupta SC. Acute physiologic responses of SCI subjects to FES knee extension exercise. Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Publications. 1990;10, 157-158.
  78. Hooker SP, Figoni SF, Glaser RM, Rodgers MM, Ezenwa BN, Faghri PD. Physiologic responses to prolonged electrically-induced leg cycle exercise in the spinal cord injured. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 1990;71, 863-869.
  79. Figoni SF, Rodgers MM, Glaser RM, Hooker SP, Faghri PD, Mathews T, Suryaprasad AG, Gupta SC. Physiologic responses of paraplegics and quadriplegics to passive and active leg cycle ergometry. Journal of the American Paraplegia Society. 1990;13, 33-39.
  80. Hooker SP, Girten B, Figoni SF, Glaser RM, Rodgers MM, Faghri PD, Ezenwa BN, Gupta SC, Suryaprasad AG, Mathews T. Acid-base balance after electrically-induced leg cycle and voluntary arm crank exercise in paraplegics. Journal of American Spinal Cord Injury Digest. 1990;76.
  81. Rodgers MM, Hooker SP, Figoni SF, Glaser RM, Faghri PD, Ezenwa BN, Collins SR, Mathews T, Suryaprasad AG, Gupta SC. Training responses of SCI individuals to FNS-induced knee extension exercise. Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Publications. 1990;365-366.
  82. Hooker SP, Glaser RM, Figoni SF, Rodgers MM, Ezenwa BN, Faghri PD, Mathews T, Suryaprasad AG, Gupta SC. Physiologic training responses of functional neuromuscular stimulation leg cycle exercise in the spinal cord injured. Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Publications. 1990;165-166.
  83. Faghri PD, Glaser RM, Figoni SF, Miles D, Gupta SC. The effects of two modes of FES exercise on musculoskeletal system in SCI. Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Publications. 1989;9, 395-397.
  84. Faghri PD, Glaser RM, Figoni SF, Miles DM, Gupta SC. Feasibility of using two FES exercise modes for spinal cord injured patients. Clinical Kinesiology. 1989;43(3) 62-68.
  85. Figoni SF, Glaser RM, Hooker SP, Rodgers MM, Faghri PD, Ezenwa BN, Suryaprasad AG, Gupta SC, Mathews T. Arm and leg exercise stress testing in a quadriplegic patients. Clinical Kinesiology. 1989;43(12), 1081.
  86. Figoni SF, Glaser RM, Rodgers MM, Faghri PD, Ezenwa BN, Gupta SC, Suryaprasad AG. Hemodynamic responses of paraplegics and quadriplegics to passive and active leg cycle ergometry. Journal of American Spinal Cord Injury Digest. 1989;80.
  87. Faghri A, Faghri PD, Reynolds D. Heat pipe for hands. Journal of Mechanical Engineering. 1989;111(6), 70-74.
 
 

Conference Proceedings and Presentations:

  1. Jennifer Garza,, Alicia Dugan, Pouran Faghri, Amy Gorin, Tania B. Huedo-Medina, Anne Kenny, Martin Cherniack, Jennifer Cavallari,. Demographic, health-related, and work-related factors associated with body mass index among manufacturing workers in different age groups. APHA 2015
  2. Sharafi M, Faghri PD, Huedo-Medina T, Minski K, Duffy VB. “Simple Liking Survey Associates with Weight Loss Success in a Worksite Intervention.” Environmental Biology Conference. 2015.
  3. Faghri, PD, Momeni K. “Muscle Activity Patterns during Transient and Prolonged Cycling in Young and Older Individuals:, American College of Sports Medicine, 2015
  4. Faghri PD. Invited talk: “Predictors of overweight and obesity and work environment.” Obesity Summit, 2015, London, UK.
  5. Age-related factors of body mass index and body fat percentage among manufacturing workers, Sturbridge Symposium, 2015
  6. Chin W, Faghri PD, Huedo-Medina T. “Association between musculoskeletal pain, overweight and obesity and physical function in nursing home employees.” American Congress in Rehabilitation Medicine. 2014.
  7. Stratton K, Momeni K, Faghri PD.  “Age related lower-extremity muscle fatigue during moderate-intensity cycling exercise.” EMBS. 2014.
  8. Mignano C, Faghri PD, Cherniack M. “Sleep quality, body weight and health behavior in employees at high stress jobs: Is there a connection?” 1st International Symposium to Advance Total Worker Health. 2014.
  9. Mignano C, Faghri PD, Cherniack M. “Underreporting of Stress and Negative Feelings among Correctional Employees.” 1st International Symposium to Advance Total Worker Health. 2014.
  10. Chin W, Faghri PD, Huedo-Medina T. “Quality of life and musculoskeletal disorders in overweight and obese Employees.” 1st International Symposium to Advance Total Worker Health. 2014.
  11. Zweber ZM, Henning RA, Magley VJ, Faghri PD. “Evidence for the importance of organizational health climate for employee physical and mental health.” Paper submitted to: 1st International Symposium to Advance Total Worker Health. 2014.
  12. Zweber ZM, Henning RA, Magley VJ, Faghri PD.  “Organizational Health Climate: The relative importance of the workgroup, supervisors and the organizations.” Paper submitted to: 1st International Symposium to Advance Total Worker Health. 2014.
  13. Chin W, Faghri PD, Huedo-Medina T. “Musculoskeletal Pain, Lifestyle Behaviors, Exercise Self-Efficacy, and Quality of Life in Overweight and Obese Nursing Home Employees.” The UCONN-UML Semi-Annual Sturbridge Symposium. May 2014.
  14. Momeni K, Faghri PD. “Application of Circular Statistics in the Study of Muscular Activity during Semi-reclined Cycling.” 40th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference (NEBEC). April 2014.
  15. Momeni K, Faghri PD. “Joint Kinematic Analyses of Semi-Reclined Leg Cycling at Different Workloads.” BMES. April 2014.
  16. Evans M, Faghri PD, Pagoto SL, Schneider KL, Waring ME, Whited BM, Appelhans. “Blogging it off: Characteristics and Motivations of Weight Loss Bloggers.” Society of Behavioral Medicine. March 2014.
  17. Chin W, Faghri PD, Huedo-Medina T. "Impact of Obesity and Low Back Pain on Exercise Self-Efficacy, Physical Activity, and Health-Related Quality of Life in Nursing Home Employees". CANR Research Day. March 2014.
  18. Evans M, Faghri PD, Pagoto SL, Schneider KL, Waring, Whited. "Who Reads Weight Loss Blogs and Why: An Online Survey.” Society of Behavioral Medicine. March 2014.
  19. Mignano C, Faghri PD, Huedo-Medina TB, Cherniack M. "Stress and emotions as predictors of health behaviors and bodyweight among correctional employees using the Emotion-Behavior-Weight (EBW) model." University of Connecticut Graduate Student Forum. March 2014.
  20. Faghri PD. "Application of Logic Model in Evaluation of Workplace Intervention." UCONN-UML Semi-Annual Sturbridge Symposium. Sturbridge, MA. January 2014.
  21. Momeni K, Faghri PD. "Age differences in the muscle recruitment patterns of the lower-extremity during progressive cycling exercise." ACRM. November 2013.
  22. Faghri PD, Sisto SA, Forrest G, Lee S. "Electrical stimulation from basic science to clinical practice: Is it evidence based." ACRM. November 2013.
  23. Cherniack M, Faghri PD, Dussetschleger J, Warren N, Henning R. "Integrated, participatory work life interventions in corrections: The HITEC study." 3rd Annual Community Engagement and Research Symposium Community Engaged Research: Exploring the Reach, Impact & Value. November 2013.
  24. Punnett L, Norbega S, Cherniack M, Faghri PD, Warren N. "Is integration of OSH and WHP feasible and effective?" APHA. November 2013.
  25. Wallace K, Faghri PD, Cherniack M. "Contributors to Overweight and Obesity among Correctional Officers." Health Workplace and Environment: Cultivating Connections. October 2013.
  26. Sharafi M, Minsk K, Duffy VB, Faghri PD. "Simple Liking Survey Explains Variability in Level of Weight Loss from a Workplace-based Weight Loss Program." Health Workplace and Environment: Cultivating Connections. October 2013.
  27. Cherniack M, Dussetschleger J, Warren N, Faghri PD, Henning R, & CPH-NEW Research Team. “Integrated, participatory work life interventions in corrections: The HITEC study.” 3rd Annual Community Engagement and Research Symposium Community Engaged Research: Exploring the Reach, Impact & Value. Worcester, MA. November 2013.
  28. Faghri PD, Wallace K, Chaurasia A, Cherniack M, & CPH-NEW Research Team. “Occupational and lifestyle factors and weight gain among a cohort of correctional officers.” Work Stress and Health 2013: 10th International Conference on Occupational Stress and Health: Protecting and Promoting Total Worker Health. Los Angeles, CA. May 2013.
  29. Punnett L, Hernicak M, Norbega S, Warren N, Faghri PD, and CPH-NEW Research Team. “CPH-NEW:  Is integration of OSH and WHP feasible and effective?” American Public Health Association Annual Conference. Boston, MA. November 2013.
  30. Faghri PD. “Worksite Weight Loss Interventions using Contingency Management of Financial Incentive for At Risk Employees.” University of Connecticut, Center for Health Intervention and Promotion. April 2013.
  31. Faghri PD, Sisto S, Forest G, Johnson T. “Health Promotion Across life span: from pediatrics to geriatrics.” Annual Conference: American Congress on Rehabilitation Medicine. Vancouver, CA. 2012.
  32. Faghri PD, Galbo S, Ehrentrout J, Momeni K. “Using Self-efficacy to Predict Weight Loss in Overweight and Obese Individuals.” American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference. San Francisco, CA. May 2012.
  33. Shanley E, Thompson C, Duffy VB, Faghri PD. “Worksite Wellness Programs during Holiday Season May Establish Long-Term Nutrition-Related Health Benefits.” Connecticut Dietetic Association Spring Meeting. 2012.
  34. Forrest GF, Harkema SJ, Angeli CA, Kirshblum SC, Faghri PD, Cirnigliaro CM, Garbarini E, Bauman WA. “Activity Dependent Rehabilitation Model: Improvements in Sub-lesional Bone Mineral Density The Importance of Combining a Mechanical Intervention with Gravitational Loading.” Paralyzed Veteran of America. Orlando, FL 2012.
  35. Cherniack MG, Henning R, Faghri PD, Dussetschleger J, Warren N, Morse T. “Work Life Interventions in Corrections Personnel: The HITEC Study” CDC/NIOSH/NORA Symposium. 2012.
  36. Faghri PD, Ferrero L, Cherniack MG, Henning R. “A participatory workplace weight loss program for employees in stressful workplaces.” Art and Science of Health Promotion Conference. San Diego, CA. 2012.
  37. Ryan S, Dove-Steinkamp M, Henning R, Faghri PD, Cherniack MC. “The relationship between exercise and well-being: The mediating role of energy.” 10th Conference of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology. 2012.
  38. Ferrero L, Faghri PD. “A participatory approach to weight loss at the workplace-Work organization, weight, and aging.” UConn - UMass Lowell Semi-Annual Sturbridge Symposium. 2012.
  39. Faghri PD. “Worksite weight loss intervention utilizing monetary incentives and contingency management for overweight/obese employees at risk for type 2 diabetes- Work organization, weight, and aging.” UConn - UMass Lowell Semi-Annual Sturbridge Symposium. 2012.
  40. Cherniack MG, Henning R, Faghri PD, Dussetschleger J, Warren N, Morse T. A NIOSH Center for Excellence to Promote a Healthier Workforce. Cincinnati, OH. 2012.
  41. Warren N, Faghri PD. “Healthy workplace for chambers of commerce.” Middletown, CT. 2012.
  42. Faghri PD, Ferrero L. “An integrated approach to a participatory weight loss program at the workplace.” Department of Occupational Medicine: UConn Health Center, monthly colloquia. 2012.
  43. Faghri PD. “Participatory workplace health promotion and protection interventions: from organizational health to employees’ health: Making the Connection.” 22nd Annual Meeting of the Art and Science of Health Promotion. 2012.
  44. Faghri PD, Flum M. “Multi-level Participatory Approach for Health Protection and Promotion within a State Department of Correction.” Healthier Federal Workers: A new symposium promoting the health, safety and wellness of the Federal workforce. 2012.
  45. Cherniack MG, Henning R, Faghri PD, Dussetschleger J, Warren N, Morse T. “Work Life Interventions in Corrections Personnel: The HITEC Study.” National Occupational Research Agenda (NORA) Conference: Achieving Impact through Research and Practice. 2012.
  46. Faghri PD, Galbo S, Ehrentraut J, Momeni K, Gore R. “Worksite weight loss program utilizing contingency managements and incentives for employees at high risk for type 2 diabetes.” The Annual Art and Science of Health Promotion Conference. CO. 2011.
  47. Forrest G,   Angeli C,   Cignigliaro C,   Faghri PD,  Kirschblum S,   Harkema S. “Hip and Femur Bone Mineral Density Changes After Electrical Stimulation and Loading in Persons With Motor Complete Spinal Cord Injury.” American Congress in Rehabilitation Medicine. Montreal, Canada. 2010.
  48. Benson NR, Faghri PD. “A Tailored Approach to Weight Loss.” The Annual Art and Science of Health Promotion Conference. South Carolina. 2010.
  49. Faghri PD, Momeni K, Galbo S, Ehrentraut J. “Musculoskeletal Disorders in Overweight and Obese Nursing Staff.” American Congress in Rehabilitation Medicine. Montreal, Canada. 2010.
  50.  Faghri PD, Benson N. “Lose and Win: A Tailored Approach to Weight Loss among Correctional Officers.”  Sturbridge Symposium. Sturbridge, MA. 2010.
  51. Forest G, Angeli C, Faghri PD, Cignigkiaro C, Kirshblum, S, Garbarini E, Machin D, Harkema S. “Bone Mineral Density Changes After Electrical Stimulation and Loading in Persons with Motor Complete Spinal Cord Injury.”  American Congress in Rehabilitation MedicineTop of Form. Denver, CO. 2009.
  52. Forrest GF, Angeli CA,  Kirshblum S,  Faghri PD, Garbrini E, Brooks, Harkema S. “Response of intramuscular and subcutaneous fat following electrical stimulation and loading training paradigms.” American Paraplegia Society. 2010.
  53. Faghri PD, Kotejoshyer R,  Cherniack M, Reeves D,  Nobrega S, Punnett L. “Validation of a Worksite Readiness Checklist (WRCL) for implementation of health promotion programs.” American Public Health Association. 2009.
  54. Faghri PD, Benson. “Promoting Weight Loss at Work: Impact of a tailored intervention Program.” CANR-Graduate Student Forum. 2010.
  55. Faghri PD, Reeves D, Henning R, Warren N, and CPH-NEW Team. “Identifying and Addressing Barriers and Opportunities for a Sustainable and Integrated Participatory Ergonomics and Health Promotion (PExHP) Program.” Symposium, Work Stress and Health Conference. San Juan, Puerto Rico. 2009.
  56. Faghri PD, Henning R, Reeves D, Magley V, Robertson M, Morse T, Cherniack M, Warren N, and CPH-NEW Team. “A Multi-level Participatory Approach for Health Protection and Promotion within a State Department of Correction.”  Work Stress and Health Conference. San Juan, Puerto Rico. 2009.
  57. Faghri PD, Kotejoshyer R. “Worksite readiness checklist: Pilot Results.”  Spring Semi-Annual UConn Health Center-UMass Lowell Sturbridge Symposium. 2009.
  58. Faghri PD, Benson N. “Lose and Win: A Tailored Approach to Weight Loss among Correctional Officers.” Sturbridge Symposium. 2010.
  59. Faghri PD, Padover OA, Henning R, Reeves D, Warren N. “The Effects of Job Demands, Control and Social Support on Exercise.” European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology. March 2010.
  60. Faghri PD, Patel K, Trupin S, Zappone S, Ampofo S,  Minski K, Duffy VB. “Food Liking Surveys: Developing the liking survey for use in individualized diet counseling, worksite wellness programs, and population studies.” UCONN- FURSH. 2010.
  61. Faghri PD, Benson.  “Promoting Weight Loss at Work: Impact of a tailored intervention Program.” CANR-Graduate Student Forum.
  62. Faghri PD, Gard S, Simpson R. “Application of Assistive Technologies to augment Independent Living in People with Disabilities: From Research to Practice.” Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology of North America. 2009.
  63. Forrest G, Faghri PD, Cirnigliaro C,  Kirshblum S,  Garbarini E,  Angeli C, Machin D, Harkema S. “Bone response to Electrical Stimulation and Loading.” American Congress in Rehabilitation Medicine. Denver, CO. 2009.
  64. Reeves D, Henning R, Warren N, Faghri PD, and CPH-NEW Research Team. “Opportunities and Evidence Based Strategies for Health Interventions for Correctional Staff.” Work Stress & Health Conference. 2009.
  65. Faghri PD, Benson N. “Promoting Weight Loss at Work: Impact of a tailored intervention Program.” Annual Health Promotion Conference. March 2010.
  66. Faghri PD, Blozie E, Gustavesen S, Omokaro C, Kotejoshyer R. “HRA Supplemented With Counseling In Improving Employees’ Health Behavior As Part Of Worksite Wellness Program.” American College of Sports Medicine. 2008.
  67. Forrest GF, Faghri PD, Yarossi M, Kirshblum S, Garbarini E, Sisto SA, Harkema S. “Muscle Activation Response to Electrical Stimulation for Motor Complete SCI following a Stand Retraining and Functional Electrical Stimulation Intervention: Case Study.”  International Functional Electrical Stimulation Society. 2008.
  68. Gustavesen S, Faghri PD, Blozie E, Omokaro C. “Worksite Yoga intervention program for non-specific, chronic low back pain.” ACSM. 2008.
  69. Forrest GF, Faghri PD, Yarossi M, Kirshblum S, Mores J, Garbarini E, Sisto SA, Harkema S. “Muscle Activation Response to Electrical Stimulation Intensity for Motor Complete SCI.” American Congress in Rehabilitating Medicine. 2008.
  70. Faghri PD, Haapala S,  Adam DJ. “Lower leg joint power output during progressive resistance cycling in SCI subjects: the influence of stimulation intensity.” Proceeding IFESS: Session 8, 1-3. 2007.
  71. Punnett L, Cherniack MG, Henning RA, Faghri PD, Azaroff LS, Flum MR. “Evidence based Strategies for integrating occupational health/ergonomics with workplace health Promotion.” Proceedings of Work Stress and Health. March 2008.
  72. Warren N, Henning RA, Robinson M, Faghri PD. “Integrating participatory ergonomics with health promotion in the workplace.” Proceedings of Work Stress and Health. March 2008.
  73. Faghri PD. “Creating Healthy Workplace:  An Environmental and Ecological Approach.” Women’s.  Advance Conference, Enhancing Our Future, Improving Our World. May 2008.
  74. Faghri PD, Omokaro C, Parker C, Nichols E, Gustavesen S, Blozie E, Petrozak J.     „ConnectiFIT: An ecological model approach to improve employees' health.” American Public Health Association. 2007.
  75. Faghri PD, Omokaro C, Parker C, Nichols E, Gustavesen S, Blozie E. “A participatory approach to worksite health promotion program.” Work life: Protecting and Promoting Workers Health a National Symposium. 2007.
  76. Faghri PD, Cherniack MG, Henning RA, Warren N, CPH-NEW Research Team. “A worksite readiness checklist for participatory worksite ergonomics and health promotion program.” Work life: Protecting and Promoting Workers Health a National Symposium. 2007.
  77. Zoladia M, Omokaro C, Tinney B, Bradford S, Faghri PD. “We Walk in New Haven (We WiN) – A community-based fitness and nutrition intervention designed to reduce health disparities among underserved populations.” American Public Health Association. Washington, DC. 2007.
  78. Punnett L, Cherniack MG, Henning RA, Faghri PD, Azaroff LS, Flum MR. “CPH-NEW Concept.”  Work life: Protecting and Promoting Workers Health a National Symposium. 2007.
  79. Punnett L, Cherniack MG, Henning RA, Faghri PD, Azaroff LS, Flum MR. “Evidence-based strategy for integrating occupational ergonomics with workplace health promotion: The Center for the Promotion of Health in the New England Workplace (CPH-NEW).”  American Public Health Association. 2007.
  80. Faghri PD, Omokaro C, Gustavesen S, Blozie E, Petrozak J. “Increasing physical activity at work using pedometers.” American College of Sports Medicine. 2007.
  81. Zoladia M, Omokaro C, Tinney B, Bradford S, Faghri PD. “We Walk in New Haven (We WiN) - a Community-Based Health Promotion Program for Cardiovascular Risk Reduction among African Americans & Hispanics in New Haven, Connecticut.” Proceedings of the Annual Health Promotion Meeting. 2007.
  82. Faghri, PD. "Pedometer walking program to increase physical activity and improve cardiometabolic health." Medicine & Science Sports and Exercise; Session 120, 38(5), 12-121.2006.
  83. Faghri PD, Happala S. Assessment of fatigue during different intensities of FES-cycling in SCI people. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitaion, Suppl, (e-publication). 2006.
  84. Sullivan BS, Hayes JE, Faghri PD, Duffy VB. “Connecting Diet and Disease Risk.” Proceedings of Annual Meeting of Chemosensory Conference. 2007.
  85. Faghri PD, Omokaro C, Gustavesen S, Blozie E, Petrozak J. “ConnectiFIT: An ecological model approach to improve employees’ health.” Sturbridge, MA. 2007.
  86. Faghri PD, Omokaro C, Gustavesen S, Blozie E, Petrozak J. “Health Behavior Modification and Worksite Pedometer Walking Program.” Connecticut Public Health Association. November 2006.
  87. Faghri PD, Kozak C, Nichols E, Anderson C. “Assessing Employees Health Risk Factors and Stage of Readiness to Change at a Worksite.” CDC Diabetes and Obesity Conference. Denver, CO. 2006.
  88. Trumbower R, Faghri PD. Crank torque profile of leg muscles at different stimulation intensities and crank positions of electrically stimulated cycling. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. (e-publication). 2005.
  89. Kim JH, Faghri PD. Ilich JZ. Development of the parameterized unit cell models for evaluation of human cancellous bone stiffness and strength. Journal of Bone Mineral Research, 2005.
  90. Rani, MU, Faghri PD. Quality of life and satisfaction with life in people with spinal cord injurt. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 84 (e-publication). 2003. 
  91. Chatterton Jr. CT, Camaione DN, Burns KJ, Faghri PD, Maresh CM, Allen GJ, Godin JT. “Correlates of moderate physical activity in a worksite setting.” Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 2001.
  92. Burns KJ, Faghri PD, Camaione DN, Hubner V. Transtheoretical model to improve eating patterns. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 2000;5(32), 141 (592).
  93. Weiler AM, Faghri PD, Pescatello LS, Aiudi B, Camaione DN. The effectiveness of a behavioral modification lifestyle physical activity. Medicine & Science in Sports and Exercise. 2000;5(32), 141 (594). 2000.
  94. Ilich JZ, Brownbill C, Lindsy C, Faghri PD. Higher blood pressure is associated with lower bone mass.  Journal of Bone and Mineral Research. 2000;15, 417.
  95. Ilich JZ, Zito M, Brownbill C, Faghri PD. Wrist fracture and its consequences: a prospective follow-up of a patient. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research. 2000;15, 329.
  96. Burns KJ, Faghri PD, Camaione DN, Hubner V. Effectiveness of transtheoretical model in a work site to improve eating patterns. Journal of American Dietetic Association. 2000;100(9), 108.
  97. Faghri PD, Brownbill RA, Barden HS, Ilich JZ. Correlation between BMD of hand and other skeletal sites: A preliminary study of healthy women. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research. 1999;14, 493-494.
  98. Pesce WJ, Hovorka CF, Faghri PD. Central hemodynamic responses to neuromuscular electrical stimulation in hemiplegic stroke patients. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 1998;79(9), 1189-1190.
  99. Faghri PD, Votto J, Hovorka C. The effects of electrical calf muscle stimulation and voluntary exercise on venous blood flow. Journal of Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise. 1997;29, 5.
  100. Faghri PD. “Treating Edematous Hand in Stroke patients.” Proceedings of Annual Orthopedic Rehabilitation Society. 1996;44.
  101. Figoni SF, Glaser RM, Rodgers MM, Hooker SP, Faghri PD, Gupta SC. Hemodynamic responses of quadriplegics to arm, ES-leg, and combined arm FES-leg ergometry. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 1989;22(2).
  102. Faghri PD, Benson N. “Preliminary Evaluation of Lifestyle Related Risk Factors at the Department of Corrections: Participatory vs. Control.” Winter Semi-Annual UConn Health Center-UMass Lowell Sturbridge Symposium. 2009.
  103. Faghri PD. “Working life and health: Issues to consider.” Center for Health and Human Development Seminar, University of Connecticut. 2009.
  104. Faghri PD, Kotejoshyer R. “Worksite Readiness Checklist (WRCL).” Winter Semi-Annual UConn Health Center-UMass Lowell Sturbridge Symposium. 2010.
  105. Faghri PD, Benson N. (2010). “Lose and Win: A Tailored Approach to Weight Loss among Correctional Officers.” Spring Semi-Annual UConn Health Center-UMass Lowell Sturbridge Symposium. 2010.
  106. Faghri PD, Benson N. “Promoting Weight Loss at Work: Impact of a tailored intervention Program.” Annual Health Promotion Conference. March 2010.
  107. Faghri PD, Haapala S, Adam DJ. “Lower leg joint power output during progressive resistance cycling in SCI subjects: the influence of stimulation intensity.” International Functional Electrical Stimulation. 2007.
  108. Faghri PD. “ConnectiFIT: worksite health promotion.” Cornucopia: College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, UConn. 2007.
  109. Zoladia M, Omokaro C, Tinney B, Bradford S, Faghri PD. “We Walk in New Haven (We WiN) – A community-based fitness & nutrition intervention designed to reduce health disparities among underserved populations.” American Public Health Association. 2007.
  110. Faghri PD. “Worksite health promotion readiness checklist.” Sturbridge Ergonomic Symposium. 2007.
  111. Faghri PD,  Happala S. “Assessment of fatigue during different intensities of FES-cycling in SCI people.” American Congress on Rehabiliation Medicine. 2006.
  112. Faghri PD. “Pedometer walking program to increase physical activity and improve cardiometabolic health at work.” American College of Sports Medicine Conference. 2006.
  113. Milazzo S, Faghri PD, Miller T, Bruening J. “Work-family conflict in athletic trainers.” National Athletic Trainers Conference. 2006.
  114. Faghri PD. “The state of the health of the Department of Publish Health: a worksite health promotion intervention.” Connecticut Department of Public Health. 2006.
  115. Faghri PD, Parker C, Nichols E. “Integration of ConnectiFIT to State of Connecticut Agencies.” Office of Policy Management, State of Connecticut. 2006.
  116. Faghri PD, Parker C, Nichols E. “Integration of ConnectiFIT to State of Connecticut Agencies.” Department of Administrative Services, State of Connecticut. 2006.
  117. Faghri PD. “Integration of health promotion and health protection for cancer prevention at the worksite.” Center for Health Promotion and HIV Prevention Conference Series, University of Connecticut. 2005.
  118. Haapala SA, Faghri PD. “Joint Biomechanics of SCI Subjects during FES Cycle Ergometry.” American College of Sports Medicine, New England Chapter. 2005.
  119. Faghri PD. “Obesity epidemic: why worksite health promotion interventions?” Annual Meeting of Obesity Stakeholders, Public Health Initiatives Branch, State Capitol, CT. 2005.
  120. Trumbower R, Faghri PD. “Software application for assessing real-time patient responsiveness to functional electrical stimulation devices.” Materials & Processes for Medical Devices Conference. 2005.
  121. Trumbower R, Faghri PD. “Crank torque profile of leg muscles at different stimulation intensities and crank positions of electrically stimulated cycling.” American Congress on Rehabilitation Medicine. 2005.
  122. Faghri PD, Trumbower R. “Comparisons between short-duration FES-induced leg cycling dynamics at different flywheel resistances and maximum stimulation levels.” International Functional Electrical Stimulation Society. 2005.
  123. Trumbower R, Faghri PD. “Relationship between isometric pedal force generation and stimulation intensity of individual leg muscles involved in FES-induced leg cycling.” International Functional Electrical Stimulation Society. 2005.
  124. Trumbower R, Faghri PD. “Leg cycling dynamics of spinal cord injured individuals during stationary semi-reclined leg cycle ergometry.” American College of Sports Medicine. 2005.
  125. Kim JH, Faghri PD, Ilich JZ. “Development of the parameterized unit cell models for evaluation of human cancellous bone stiffness and strength.” American Society of Bone Mineral Research. 2005.
  126. Faghri PD. “Connecticut Corporate Challenge Worksite Health kick-off Event.” Connecticut Governor's Council on Physical Activity, Panel Speaker, April 2005.
  127. Faghri PD, Hamp EK. “Perception of physical and emotional health following a transtheoretical model stage based physical activity program in sedentary older adults.” Annual Meeting of the American Congress on Rehabilitation Medicine. 2004.
  128. Trumbower R, Faghri PD, Rajasekaran S. “Rigid link-segment models as predictors of semi-reclined leg cycling kinematics.” Annual Meeting of Rehabilitation and Assertive Technology of North America. 2004.
  129. Trumbower R, Faghri PD. “Comparison between rigid planar four bar and five bar link segmental models as predictors of semi-reclined leg cycling kinematics.” Annual Biomedical Engineering Society Conference. 2003.
  130. Faghri PD. “Application of functional electrical stimulation in spinal cord injured individuals: What is next step in research?” Annual Meeting of American Congress on Rehabilitation Medicine. 2003.
  131. Rani MU, Faghri PD. “Quality of life and Satisfaction with life in people with spinal cord injury.” Annual Meeting of American Congress on Rehabilitation Medicine. 2003.
  132. Trumbower R, Faghri PD. “Timing and sequencing of EMG activities during semi-reclined cycling.” Division of Health and Human Development, 1st Annual Conference. 2003.
  133. Rani MU, Faghri PD. “Satisfaction with life in people with spinal l cord injury.” Division of Health and Human Development, 1st Annual Conference. 2003.
  134. Faghri PD, Hamp EK. “Perceived physical and emotional health in older adults following a Transtheoretical Model stage-based physical activity program.” Annual Meeting of NE American College of Sports Medicine. 2003.
  135. Faghri PD. “Exercise intervention in People with spinal cord injury: how to accommodate these exercisers.” New England Spinal Cord Injury Association. 2003.
  136. Faghri PD. “ES-cycling in SCI individuals:  Benefits and shortcomings.” Rehabilitation Hospital of Connecticut, Invited Presentation. 2003.
  137. Faghri PD. “Adult with physical disability and assistive technology.” University of Connecticut Health Center ODM Research Seminar, Invited Presentation. 2003.
  138. Faghri PD, Trumbower R. “Comparison of kinematics and kinetics of cycling between spinal cord injured and able-bodied during semi-reclined cycling.” Annual Meeting of American Congress on Rehabilitation Medicine. 2002.
  139. Trumbower R, Faghri PD. “Timing and sequencing analysis of EMG measurements during reclined leg cycling.” Annual Meeting of International Functional Electrical Stimulation Conference. 2002.
  140. Faghri PD, Trumbower R, Kazerounian K, Alvarado C. “Optimization of functional electrical stimulation induced leg cycle ergometry for people with spinal cord injury.” American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2001.
  141. Faghri PD, Trumbower R, Hamp EK. “Exercise prescription for older adults:  issues to consider.” American College of Sports Medicine, New England Chapter. 2001.
  142. Faghri PD, Yount JP, Pesce WJ, Seetharama S. “Functional electrical stimulation vs. voluntary muscle contraction: A comparison between able-bodied people and people with spinal cord injury.” Annual Meeting of International Functional Electrical Stimulation Conference. 2001.
  143. Chatterton Jr CT, Camaione DN, Burns KJ, Faghri PD, Maresh, Allen GJ, Godin JT. “Correlates of moderate physical activity in a worksite setting.” American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting. 2001.
  144. Faghri PD. “Fitness and Disability.” American College of Sports Medicine, New England Chapter, Invited Presentation. 2000.
  145. Faghri PD. “Improving cardiac return and spasticity in spinal cord injury during standing using FES.” The Hospital for Special Care, Invited Speaker. 2000.
  146. Burns KJ, Faghri PD, Camaion DN, Hubner V. “Effectiveness of transtheoretical model in a work site to improve eating patterns.” American Dietetic Association Conference. 2000.
  147. Ilich JZ, Brownbill C, Lindsy C, Faghri PD. “Higher blood pressure is associated with lower bone mass.” Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research. 2000.
  148. Ilich JZ, Zito M, Brownbill C, Faghri PD. “Wrist fracture and its consequences: a Prospective follow-up of a patient.” Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research. 2000.
  149. Burns MD, Faghri PD, Camaion DN, Hubner V. “Transtheoretical model to improve eating patterns.” American College of Sports Medicine, Annual Conference. 2000.
  150. Weiler AM, Faghri PD, Pescatello LS, Aiudi B, Camaione DN. “The effectiveness of a behavioral modification lifestyle physical activity.” American College of Sports Medicine, Annual Conference. 2000.
  151. Faghri PD, Du QY. “Prediction of calf volume changes at different levels of voluntary contractions of the lower limb muscles.”  Rehabilitation Society of North America Annual Conference. 2000.
  152. Faghri PD, Yount JP, Pesce WJ, Seetharama S, Ulreich S. “Improving cardiac return and spasticity in spinal cord injury during standing using functional electrical stimulation.”  International Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology of North America, Spotlight on Technology. 1999.
  153. Faghri PD, Hovorka C. “Reducing lower limb edema in stroke patients.” Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthotics and Prosthetics Conference. 1999.
  154. Brownbill RA, Faghri PD, Barden HS, Ilich LZ. “Correlation between BMD of hand and other skeletal site: A preliminary study in healthy women.” Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research. 1999.
  155. Faghri PD, Yount JP, Pesce WJ. “FES and standing in SCI.” Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine Conference, New England Chapter. 1999.
  156. Pesce WJ, Faghri PD, Yount JP, Seetharama S, Ulreich S. “Circulatory hypokinesis in spinal cord injury.” 13th World Congress of the International Federation of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Annual Meeting. 1999.
  157. Faghri PD, Yount JP, Pesce WJ. “Functional electrical stimulation and functional disability.” Hospital for Special Care: Research Day Conference. 1999.
  158. Faghri PD. “Enhancing physical fitness in spinal cord injured individuals through new technology.” Technology and Person with Disability Conference. 1999.
  159. Faghri PD. “Adult with physical impairment, how to attract and accommodate these exercisers.” American College of Sports Medicine Regional Meeting. 1998.
  160. Faghri PD, Hovorka CF, Pesce W. “A comparison of three mechanical interventions in reducing lower limbs edema in stroke patients.” International Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Conference. 1998.
  161. Pesce B, Hovorka CF, Faghri PD. “Central hemodynamic responses to neuromuscular stimulation in hemiplegic stroke patients.” American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 1998.
  162. Faghri PD. “Functional neuromuscular stimulation to improve circulation in diabetes patients.” The First SAH symposium on Diabetes. 1997.
  163. Faghri PD, Votto JD, Hovorka C. “Effects of ES-induced and voluntary exercise on cardiovascular system.” New England American College of Sports Medicine. 1997.
  164. Faghri PD, Votto J, Hovorka C. “Central hemodynamic responses to loaded and unloaded ES-induced and voluntary contractions of the lower legs.” International Functional Electrical Stimulation Society Conference. August 17-23, 1997.
  165. Faghri PD, Votto J, Hovorka C, Schoomaker J. “The effects of electrical calf muscle stimulation and voluntary exercise on venous blood flow.” American College of Sport Medicine. May 28-31, 1997.
  166. Faghri PD, Votto J, Hovorka C, Schoomaker J. “Circulatory responses to electrical stimulation of lower limb in healthy subjects.” Rehabilitation Society of North America. 1997.
  167. Pompe VM, Hassani S, Faghri PD, Glaser RM. “Use of electrical stimulation-induced contractions vs. external compression during total hip and knee arthroplasty for preventing venous polling.” International Functional Electrical Stimulation Society. 1996.
  168. Pompe VM, Hassani S, Faghri PD, Glaser RM. “Neuromuscular stimulation for treatment of edematous hand in stroke patients.” 7th Annual Meeting of Orthopedic Rehabilitation Association Conference. 1996.
  169. Faghri, PD. “Treating edematous hand in stroke patients.” Annual Orthopedic Rehabilitation Society. 1996.
  170. Pompe VM, Faghri PD, Hassani S, Glaser RM. “Electrical stimulation-induced contractions vs. external compression for promoting venous return during hip and knee surgery.” Orthopedic Society 56th Annual Meeting. 1995.
  171. Faghri PD. “Critical issues in breast cancer prevention.” 4th Series of Women’s Health Conference, School of Allied Health. 1996.
  172. Faghri PD. “Complying with essentials “Research in Health”.” Annual Cytology Conference. 1996.
  173. Pompe VM, Hassani S, Faghri PD, Glaser RM. “Electrically-induced contractions during arthroplasty.” Rehabilitation Society of North America Annual Conference. 1995.
  174. Faghri PD, Glaser RM, Rodgers MM, Bors J. “Effects of FES on shoulder muscle tone, EMG activity and function in acute hemplegia.” Rehabilitation Society of North America Annual Conference. 1993.
  175. Faghri PD, Glaser RM. “The effects of FES on the paralyzed upper extremity’s function tone, and EMG activity.” The Rehabilitation Institute of Ohio, Miami Valley Hospital. 1993.
  176. Faghri PD, Rodgers MM. “Shoulder subluxation in stroke patients.” The West Central District of the Ohio Chapter of Am Physical Therapy Association. Dayton, VA Medical Center. 1992.
  177. Ho C, Faghri PD, Akuthota P, Rodgers MM. “Posterior deltoid muscle activities from electromyogram after FES in hemiplegic patients.” American Congress on Rehabilitation Medicine and American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Annual Conference. 1992.
  178. Hooker SP, Girten B, Figoni SF, Glaser RM, Rodgers MM, Ezenwa BN, Faghri PD, Gupta SC, Suryaprasad AG, Mathews T. “Acid-base balance after electrically-induced leg cycle and voluntary arm crank exercise in paraplegics.” American Spinal Cord Injury Association. 1991.
  179. Figoni SF, Hooker SP, Glaser RM, Rodgers MM, Faghri PD, Ezenwa BN, Mathews T, Suryaprasad AG, Gupta SC. “Physiologic responses to arm cranking and electrical stimulation leg cycling, Part I:  Paraplegics.” American College of Sports Medicine Conference. 1990.
  180. Hooker SP, Figoni SF, Glaser RM, Rodgers MM, Faghri PD, Ezenwa BN, Mathews T, Suryaprasad AG, Gupta SC. “Physiologic responses to arm cranking and electrical stimulation leg cycling, Part II: Quadriplegics.” American College of Sports Medicine. 1990.
  181. Rodgers MM, Figoni SF, Hooker SP, Glaser RM, Faghri PD, Ezenwa BN.  “Responses to electrically-induced knee extension training in spinal cord injured individuals.” American College of Sports Medicine. 1990.
  182. Figoni SF, Glaser RM, Rodgers MM, Faghri PD, Ezenwa BN, Gupta SC, Suryaprasad AG. “Hemodynamic responses of paraplegics and quadriplegics to passive and active leg cycle ergometry.” American Spinal Cord Injury Association. 1989.
  183. Figoni SF, Glaser RM, Rodgers MM, Ezenwa BN, Hooker SP, Faghri PD, Gupta SC. “Hemodynamic responses of quadriplegics to arm, ES-leg, and combined arm FES-leg ergometry.” American College of Sports Medicine. 1989.
  184. Figoni SF, Glaser RM, Rodgers MM, Faghri PD, Ezenwa BN, Gupta SC. “Hemodynamic responses of paraplegics and quadriplegics to passive and active leg cycle ergometry.” Joint Conferences of American Spinal Cord Injury Association and the American Paraplegia Society. 1989.
  185. Glaser RM, Figoni SF, Collins SR, Rodgers MM, Faghri PD, Ezenwa BN, Hooker SP, Mathews T, Suryaprasad AG, Gupta SC. “Physiologic responses of SCI subjects to electrically induced leg cycle ergometry.” 20th Annual Neural Prosthesis Workshop. 1989.
  186. Figoni SF, Glaser RM, Hooker SP, Rodgers MM, Ezenwa BN, Faghri PD, Suryaprasad AG, Gupta SC, Mathews T. “Hemodynamic responses of SCI subjects to FES leg cycle ergometry.” Rehabilitation Society of North America Annual Conference. 1989.
  187. Hooker SP, Glaser RM, Figoni SF, Rodgers MM, Ezenwa BN, Faghri PD, Mathews T, Gupta SC, Suryaprasad AG. “Physiologic responses to simultaneous voluntary arm-crank and electrically-induced leg cycle ergometry.” Rehabilitation Society of North America Annual Conference. 1989.
  188. Faghri PD, Glaser RM, Figoni SF, Miles DS, Gupta SC. “Muscular effects of two FES exercise modes for the spinal cord injured.” Rehabilitation Society of North America Annual Conference. 1989.
  189. Faghri PD. “Cardiovascular and musculoskeletal effects of isokinetic and cycle ergometry in spinal cord injured patients.” Department of Physiology and Biophysics, School of Medicine. 1988.
  190. Faghri PD, Glaser RM, Figoni SF, Rodgers MM, Ponichtera JA. “Spinal cord injury and exercise.” The Miami Valley Hospital, Physical Therapy Department. 1988.
  191. Faghri PD, Glaser RM. “Physiologic responses of SCI patients to upper and lower body (FNS-Induced) exercises.” Miami Valley Hospital, Rehabilitation Institute of Ohio. 1988.
  192. Faghri PD, Glaser RM. “Physiologic effects of cycle ergometry and arm cranking in spinal cord injured population.” Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine at Middletown Regional Hospital. 1988.
  193. Faghri PD. “Physiologic aspects of electrical stimulation and appropriate electrode placement during FES exercise.” Laboratory of Applied Physiology, Department of Physiology, Wright State University Research Center. 1988.
  194. Faghri PD, Faghri A, Reynolds D. “An innovative method for hand protection for extreme cold using heat pipe technology.” ASME Annual Conference. 1987.