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Neuroscience Product Specialist

iMotions A/S

June 2017 - Present

Post-Doctoral Fellow

Northwestern University

September 2015 - Present

Research Assistant

Osaka Bioscience Kenkyujo

October 2007 - January 2009


PhD (Physical Therapy & Human Movement Sciences)

Northwestern University

September 2009 - June 2015

BSc (Neuroscience)

Dalhousie University

July 2003 - June 2007

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Edward H. Kim, Jessica M. Wilson, Christopher K. Thompson, Charles J. Heckman(2020). Differences in Estimated Persistent Inward Currents Between Ankle Flexors and Extensors in Humans . Journal of Neurophysiology. American Physiological Society
Carla Silva-Batista, Eugenia Casella Tavares Mattos, Daniel M. Corcos, Jessica M. Wilson, Charles J. Heckman, Hélcio Kanegusuku, Maria Elisa Pimentel Piemonte, Marco Túlio de Mello, Cláudia Forjaz, Hamilton Roschel, et al.(2017). Resistance training with instability is more effective than resistance training in improving spinal inhibitory mechanisms in Parkinson's disease . Journal of Applied Physiology. 122. (1). p. 1--10. American Physiological Society
Wilson, Jessica M and Thompson, Christopher K and Miller, Laura C and Heckman, Charles J(2015). Intrinsic excitability of human motoneurons in biceps brachii versus triceps brachii. Journal of neurophysiology. 113. (10). p. 3692--3699. Am Physiological Soc
Miller, Laura C and Wilson, Jessica M and Gorassini, Monica and Farina, DarioEstimation of persistent inward currents in proximal vs. distal muscles in the upper extremity.