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ISSN: 2161-0460

Journal of Alzheimers Disease & Parkinsonism
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Narayanan Krishnamurthi

Program Manager,
Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center (MAPC)


 Narayanan Krishnamurthi, PhD, studies the nervous system and how it is affected by Parkinson's disease and Spinal Cord Injury. As principal investigator and assistant research professor at the Center for Adaptive Neural Systems at Arizona State University, Dr. Krishnamurthi investigates the neuroprotective impact of exercise on Parkinson's disease, effects of deep-brain stimulation on posture and locomotion control in Parkinson's disease, improving balance control through real-time feedback of posture and gait performance, the effects of electrical stimulation of legs muscles on orthostatic hypotension in persons with spinal cord injury, etc. In addition, Dr. Krishnamurthi models cardiovascular physiology and applies nonlinear and linear signal processing techniques to electro- and neurophysiological systems.

Before ASU, Dr. Krishnamurthi completed postdoctoral research at Boston University/Harvard Medical School's Integrated Rehabilitation Engineering Training Program. He earned his PhD in nonlinear dynamics (theory of chaos and fractals) and its application to the human cardiac system from the Indian Institute of Technology in Madras, India

Research Interest

Neurorehabilitation, Parkinson’s disease, Spinal cord injury, Exercise training, Neural plasticity, Bioengineering, Neuromuscular electrical stimulation, Biomedical signal processing