Taewon Kim

Assistant Research professor of Kinesiology and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Research Summary

The neural mechanisms that underlie motor skill learning and rehabilitation following unilateral impairments such as stroke, amputation, or nerve injury.

Huck Affiliations

Most Recent Publications

Patient outcomes after peripheral nerve injury depend on bimanual dexterity and effective use of the non-dominant hand

Taewon Kim, 2024, Neurorehabilitation & Neural Repair

Biosafety of low-intensity pulsed transcranial focused ultrasound brain stimulation: a human skull study

Taewon Kim, 2021, Health Monitoring of Structural and Biological Systems XV

Implication of Auditory Confounding in Interpreting Somatosensory and Motor Responses in Low-Intensity Transcranial Focused Ultrasound Stimulation

Taewon Kim, 2021, Journal of Neurophysiology

Improving consolidation by applying anodal tDCS at primary motor cortex during repetitive practic

Taewon Kim, 2021, Neurobiology of Learning and Memory

Most-Cited Papers

Patient outcomes after peripheral nerve injury depend on bimanual dexterity and effective use of the non-dominant hand

Taewon Kim, 2024, Neurorehabilitation & Neural Repair

Biosafety of low-intensity pulsed transcranial focused ultrasound brain stimulation: a human skull study

Taewon Kim, 2021, Health Monitoring of Structural and Biological Systems XV

Implication of Auditory Confounding in Interpreting Somatosensory and Motor Responses in Low-Intensity Transcranial Focused Ultrasound Stimulation

Taewon Kim, 2021, Journal of Neurophysiology

Improving consolidation by applying anodal tDCS at primary motor cortex during repetitive practic

Taewon Kim, 2021, Neurobiology of Learning and Memory