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Weinrich, Michael

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301-402-4201

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weinricm@mail.nih.gov

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6100 Executive Blvd Room 2A03, MSC 7510
Bethesda Md 20892-7510
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Michael Weinrich, M.D., assumed directorship of the NCMRR in February 2000. He received his undergraduate and medical degrees from Harvard University and was trained in neurology at the University of Chicago, and in neurophysiology at the NIH. Dr. Weinrich has served on the faculties of Stanford University and the University of Maryland. Prior to joining the NCMRR, Dr. Weinrich was professor of neurology at the University of Maryland and medical director for rehabilitation at Kernan Hospital in the University of Maryland Medical System. From 1998 to 1999, he served on the staff of Congressman Benjamin Cardin (Rep MD-D) as a health policy fellow. His research has ranged from applications of computer technology to problems in rehabilitation,  to health policy for vulnerable populations, to membrane biophysics.

 

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Halothane changes the domain structure of a binary lipid membrane.Weinrich M,Nanda H,Worcester DL,Majkrzak CF,Maranville BB,Bezrukov SMLangmuir2012 Mar 13
Commentary: beyond educational initiatives: how can we change health care to improve the health of persons with disabilities?Weinrich MAcad Med2011 Sep
Coverage policy for neurorehabilitation: an international perspective.Weinrich M,Stuart MNeurorehabil Neural Repair2011 Jul-Aug
Methodological issues in monitoring health services and outcomes for stroke survivors: a case study.Stuart M,Papini D,Benvenuti F,Nerattini M,Roccato E,Macellari V,Stanhope S,Macko R,Weinrich MDisabil Health J2010 Oct
Lipid-dependent effects of halothane on gramicidin channel kinetics: a new role for lipid packing stress.Weinrich M,Rostovtseva TK,Bezrukov SMBiochemistry2009 Jun 23
Community-based adaptive physical activity program for chronic stroke: feasibility, safety, and efficacy of the Empoli model.Stuart M,Benvenuti F,Macko R,Taviani A,Segenni L,Mayer F,Sorkin JD,Stanhope SJ,Macellari V,Weinrich MNeurorehabil Neural Repair2009 Sep
Adaptive physical activity improves mobility function and quality of life in chronic hemiparesis.Macko RF,Benvenuti F,Stanhope S,Macellari V,Taviani A,Nesi B,Weinrich M,Stuart MJ Rehabil Res Dev2008
Advances in neural interfaces: report from the 2006 NIH Neural Interfaces Workshop.Chen D,Fertig SJ,Kleitman N,Miller RL,Oliver E,Peng GC,Shinowara NL,Weinrich M,Pancrazio JJJ Neural Eng2007 Sep
Musculoskeletal research conference summary report.Weinrich M,Rosen BGAm J Phys Med Rehabil2007 Jan
National Institutes of Health support of rehabilitation robotics research.Weinrich MJ Rehabil Res Dev2006 Aug-Sep
Toward Neurotechnology Innovation: Report from the 2005 Neural Interfaces Workshop. An NIH-Sponsored Event.Pancrazio JJ,Chen D,Fertig SJ,Miller RL,Oliver E,Peng GC,Shinowara NL,Weinrich M,Kleitman NNeuromodulation2006 Jan
Translational issues in neurorehabilitation.Chopp M,Weinrich MNeuroRx2006 Oct
Voltage gating of VDAC is regulated by nonlamellar lipids of mitochondrial membranes.Rostovtseva TK,Kazemi N,Weinrich M,Bezrukov SMJ Biol Chem2006 Dec 8
Stroke rehabilitation in Switzerland versus the United States: a preliminary comparison.Stuart M,Ryser C,Levitt A,Beer S,Kesselring J,Chard S,Weinrich MNeurorehabil Neural Repair2005 Jun
Rules for rehabilitation: an agenda for research.Weinrich M,Stuart M,Hoyer TNeurorehabil Neural Repair2005 Jun
Timing, intensity, and duration of rehabilitation for hip fracture and stroke: report of a workshop at the National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research.Weinrich M,Good DC,Reding M,Roth EJ,Cifu DX,Silver KH,Craik RL,Magaziner J,Terrin M,Schwartz M,Gerber LNeurorehabil Neural Repair2004 Mar
Integrated health system for chronic disease management: lessons learned from France.Stuart M,Weinrich MChest2004 Feb
Brain-computer interface technology: a review of the Second International Meeting.Vaughan TM,Heetderks WJ,Trejo LJ,Rymer WZ,Weinrich M,Moore MM,Kübler A,Dobkin BH,Birbaumer N,Donchin E,Wolpaw EW,Wolpaw JRIEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng2003 Jun
Narrative and procedural discourse production by severely aphasic patients.Weinrich M,Mccall D,Boser KI,Virata TNeurorehabil Neural Repair2002 Sep
Computerized approaches to communication retraining after stroke.Ansel BM,Weinrich MCurr Atheroscler Rep2002 Jul
Clinical trials in head injury.Narayan RK,Michel ME,Ansell B,Baethmann A,Biegon A,Bracken MB,Bullock MR,Choi SC,Clifton GL,Contant CF,Coplin WM,Dietrich WD,Ghajar J,Grady SM,Grossman RG,Hall ED,Heetderks W,Hovda DA,Jallo J,Katz RL,Knoller N,Kochanek PM,Maas AI,Majde J,Marion DW,Marmarou A,Marshall LF,McIntosh TK,Miller E,Mohberg N,Muizelaar JP,Pitts LH,Quinn P,Riesenfeld G,Robertson CS,Strauss KI,Teasdale G,Temkin N,Tuma R,Wade C,Walker MD,Weinrich M,Whyte J,Wilberger J,Young AB,Yurkewicz LJ Neurotrauma2002 May
Last Updated Date: 11/30/2012
Last Reviewed Date: 11/30/2012
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