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Jean-Francois Daneault, PhD

Department : Rehabilitation And Movement Sciences

Academic Title: Assistant Professor


Office Address:

Email: jf.daneault@rutgers.edu


Education
Degree Degree Source Year Awarded
BSc Universite Du Quebec A Montreal 2007
MSc Universite Du Quebec A Montreal 2009
PhD McGill University 2014
Publications
Title Authors Where and When
Estimating Quality of Reaching Movement Using a Wrist-Worn Inertial Sensor Oubre B, Daneault JF, Jung HT, Park, J, Ryu T, Kim Y, Lee SI 9th International IEEE EMBS Conference On Neural Engineering (NER19); 2019
SmartDiagnostics: A Mobile Application for the Monitoring and Management of Movement Disorders Chandra A, Zabounidis R, Tung K, Jung HT, Daneault JF, Lee SI IEEE International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics (IEEE BHI 2019); 2019
A Low-Cost Wearable System to Estimate Free-Living 3D Ground Reaction Force Williams NA, Steiner E, Nanglo T, Jasim M, Daneault JF, Boyer K, Lee SI IEEE International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics (IEEE BHI 2019); 2019
Predicting Cognitive Impairment Level after a Serious Game-based Therapy in Chronic Stroke Survivors Jung HT, Lee H, Kim K, Kim B, Park S, Ryu T, Kim Y, Daneault JF, Lee SI IEEE International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics (IEEE BHI 2019); 2019
Remote Assessment of Cognitive Impairment Level based on Serious Mobile Game Performance: An Initial Proof of Concept Jung HT, Daneault JF, Lee H, Kim K, Kim B, Park S, Ryu T, Kim Y, Lee SI IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics. 2019;23(3):1269-1277. doi: 10.1109/JBHI.2019.2893897
Complex Upper-Limb Movements Are Generated by Combining Motor Primitives that Scale with the Movement Size Miranda JGV, Daneault JF, Vergara-Diaz G, de Oliveira e Torres AFS, Quixadá AP, Fonseca ML, Vieira JPBC, dos Santos VS, Figueiredo TC, Pinto EB, Bonato P, Peña N Scientific Reports 8(1):12918, 2018
Complex Upper-Limb Movements Are Generated by Combining Motor Primitives that Scale with the Movement Size. Miranda JGV, Daneault JF, Vergara-Diaz G, de Oliveira e Torres AFS, Quixadá AP, Fonseca ML, Vieira JPBC, dos Santos VS, Figueiredo TC, Pinto EB, Bonato P, Peña N 2018
Estimating Ground Reaction Force and Center of Pressure during Gait using a Low-Cost Insole Lee SI, Boyer K, Daneault JF IEEE Biomedical and Health Informatics Conference (IEEE BHI 2018); 2018
Towards the Ambulatory Assessment of Movement Quality in Stroke Survivors using a Wrist-worn Inertial Sensor Lee SI, Jung HT, Woo PJ, Jugyeong J, Ryu T, Kim Y, dos Santos VS, Miranda JGV, Daneault JF 40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society; 2018
Feasibility of Using the RAPAEL Smart Board for Upper Limb Therapy in Stroke Survivors: A Randomized Controlled Trial Woo PJ, Jung HT, Daneault JF, Park SJ, Ryu T, Kim Y, Lee SI 40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society; 2018
Could wearable and mobile technology improve the management of Essential tremor? Daneault JF Frontiers in Neurology. In press; 2018
Estimating bradykinesia in Parkinson's disease with a minimum number of wearable sensors Daneault JF, Lee SI, Golabchi FN, Patel S, Shih LC, Paganoni S, Bonato P Proceedings of IEEE/ACM CHASE 2017; 2017
Subthalamic deep brain stimulation and dopaminergic medication in Parkinson’s disease: impact on inter-limb coupling Daneault JF, Carignan B, Sadikot AF, Duval C Neuroscience; 335:9-19, 2016
A brain network model explaining tremor in Parkinson’s disease Duval C, Daneault JF, Hutchison W, Sadikot AF Neurobiology of Disease; 85:49-59, 2016
A novel flexible wearable sensor for estimating joint-angles Lee SI, Daneault JF, Weidert L, Bonato P Proceedings of 13th IEEE International Conference on Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Networks; 2016
Recent machine learning advancements in sensor-based mobility analysis: deep learning for Parkinson’s disease assessment Eskofier BM, Lee SI, Daneault JF, Golabchi FN, Ferreira-Carvalho G, Vergara-Diaz G, Sapienza S, Costante G, Kautz T, Kluchen J, Bonato P Proceedings of 38th annual IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society; 2016
Home monitoring of drug response in patients with Parkinson’s disease using wearable sensors Kanzler C, Lee SI, Daneault JF, Golabchi FN, Hannink J, Pasluosta C, Eskofier BM, Bonato P Wireless Health; 2016
MDS Task Force on Technology; Technology in Parkinson disease: Challenges and Opportunities Espay AJ, Bonato P, Nahab F, Maetzler W, Dean JM, Klucken J, Eskofier BM, Merola A, Horak F, Lang AE, Reilmann R, Giuffrida J, Nieuwboer A, Horne M, Little MA, Litvan I, Simuni T, Dorsey ER, Burak MA, Kubota K, Kamondi A, Godinho C, Daneault JF, Mitsi G, Krinke L, Hausdorff JM, Bloem BR, Papapetropoulos S Movement Disorders; 31(9):1272-1282,2016
Combining dopaminergic facilitation with robot-assisted upper-limb therapy in stroke survivors: a focused review Tran D, Pajaro-Blazquez M, Daneault JF, Gallegos JG, Pons J, Fregni F, Bonato P, Zafonte R American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; 95(6):459-474, 2016
The effect of physical activity in Parkinson’s disease: a review Lauzé M, Daneault JF, Duval C Journal of Parkinson’s Disease; 6(4):685-698, 2016.
Clinical management of drug-induced dyskinesia: why current approaches may need to be changed to optimize quality of life Daneault JF, Vergara-Diaz G, Lee SI European Medical Journal Reviews; 1(4):62-69, 2016
Inter-limb coupling during diadochokinesis in Parkinson’s disease and Huntington’s disease Daneault JF, Carignan B, Sadikot AF, Duval C Neuroscience Research; 97:60-68, 2015
Physical activity in advanced Parkinson’s disease: impact of subthalamic stimulation Daneault JF, Sadikot AF, Barbat-Artigas S, Aubertin-Leheudre M, Jodoin N, Panisset M, Duval C Journal of Parkinson’s disease; 5(1):85-93, 2015
Measuring tremor with a smartphone Carignan B, Daneault JF, Duval C In: Rasooly A, Herold KE (eds), Mobile Health Technologies: Methods and Protocols; Methods in Molecular Biology, vol. 1256; Humana Press, New York, NY; Pages 359-374; 2015
A novel technique for assessing the level of drug-induced dyskinesia using wearable sensors Lee SI, Daneault JF, Golabchi FN, Patel S, Shih L, Bonato P Proceedings of 37th annual IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society; 8087-8090, 2015
Activity detection in uncontrolled free-living conditions using a single accelerometer Lee SI, Ozsecen MY, Della Trofolla L, Daneault JF, Patel S, Bonato P Proceedings of 12th IEEE International Conference on Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Networks; 1-6, 2015
Evaluation of a robotic knee brace during the performance of functional tasks in stroke survivors; Gait and Posture Adans-Dester C, Scarton A, Daneault JF, Vega V, Severini G, Sawacha Z, Della Croce U, Bonato P Italian Society of Clinical Movement Analysis (SIAMOC) annual congress; 42S: S1–S27, 2015
Subthalamic stimulation improves motor function but not home and neighbourhood mobility Daneault JF, Duval C, Barbat-Artigas S, Aubertin-Leheudre M, Jodoin N, Panisset M, Sadikot AF Movement Disorders; 29(14):1816-1819, 2014
Are quantitative and clinical measurements of bradykinesia related in advanced Parkinson's disease? Daneault JF, Carignan B, Sadikot AF, Duval C Journal of Neuroscience Methods; 219(2): 220-223, 2013
Chapter 8: Postural tremors Daneault JF, Carignan B, Rahimi F, Sadikot AF, Duval C In: Manto M, Grimaldi G (eds), Contemporary Clinical Neuroscience: Mechanisms and Emerging Therapies of Tremor Disorders, Part 2; Springer, New York, NY; Pages 133-150; 2013
Drug-induced dyskinesia in Parkinson’s disease. Should success in clinical management be a function of improvement of motor repertoire rather than amplitude of dyskinesia? Daneault JF, Carignan B, Sadikot AF, Panisset M, Duval C BMC Medicine; 11:76, 2013
Using a smart phone as a standalone platform for detection and monitoring of pathological tremors Daneault JF, Carignan B, Codère CE, Sadikot AF, Duval C Frontiers in Human Neuroscience; 6:357, 2012
The effect of changes in joint angle on the characteristics of physiological tremor Carignan B, Daneault JF, Duval C Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology; 22(6):954-960, 2012
Organization of upper-limb tremor Carignan B, Daneault JF, Duval C European Journal of Applied Physiology; 112(4):1269-1284, 2012
Assessing drug-induced dyskinesia in the clinic, the laboratory and the natural environment of patients Carignan B, Daneault JF, Duval C Journal of Parkinson’s Disease; 1(4): 329-337, 2011
Finger tremor can be voluntarily reduced during a tracking task Daneault JF, Carignan B, Duval C Brain Research; 1370:164-174, 2011
Changes in physiological tremor associated with an epileptic seizure: a case report Daneault JF, Carignan B, Robert M, Duval C Journal of Medical Case Reports; 5:449, 2011
Bilateral effect of a unilateral voluntary modulation of physiological tremor Daneault JF, Carignan B, Duval C Clinical Neurophysiology; 121(5):734-743, 2010
Quantifying the importance of high frequency oscillations in physiological tremor Carignan B, Daneault JF, Duval C Experimental Brain Research; 202(2):299-306, 2010
The amplitude of physiological tremor can be voluntarily modulated Carignan B, Daneault JF, Duval C Experimental Brain Research; 194:309-316, 2009
Awards
Award Year
Canadian Institutes of Health Research postdoctoral fellowship .
Parkinson Society Canada doctoral fellowship .
Fonds de Recherche en Sante-Quebec doctoral fellowship .
Research
Research Interests
My research focuses on better understanding motor behavior in health and disease in order to improve/optimize movements of individuals with chronic diseases, such as Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, dystonia, cerebral palsy, and stroke, through physical therapy and exercise. My laboratory tools include motion capture, wearable sensors, electromyography, brain stimulation, and neuroimaging. The long-term goal is to develop tools based on quantitative evidence to personalize interventions for individuals with neurological disorders.
Current Projects: 1) Examining the role of sensory information and cognitive load on motor planning in healthy individuals. 2) Monitoring of motor and cognitive symptoms of Essential tremor using mobile and wearable technology. 3) Monitoring motor and non-motor symptoms of Huntington’s disease using wearable sensors.
Research Grants
Title Sponsor Effective Dates Role
Image-based DiEtary Assessment in Chronic Kidney Disease (IDEA-CKD) Rutgers University Busch Biomedical Research Grant 2019-2020 Co-Investigator
Development and testing of a mobile health application for management of gestational diabetes National Institutes of Health (R21) 2019-2021 Co-Investigator
Novel tools for the delivery and assessment of exercise programs adapted to individuals with Parkinson's disease Weston Brain Institute (Pilot project grant) 2019-2021 Co-Investigator
Develop a novel biomarker of basal ganglia plasticity in patients with Parkinson’s disease. Michael J Fox Foundation 2016-2018 Co-PI
Early career award to examine possible mechanisms underlying the effectiveness of robot-assisted therapy to improve finger dexterity in children with cerebral palsy. Thrasher Research Fund 2016-2018 PI


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