Health and Human Performance
The University of Houston
3855 Holman St. Rm 104 Garrison
Houston, TX 77204-6015
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Dr. Charles Layne

Professor, Department Chair

Office Number: 129 MEL
Phone: 713-743-9868
Fax: 713-743-9860

Email: clayne2@uh.edu

Mailing Address:
3855 Holman St., Rm 104 Garrison
Houston, TX 77204-6015

Website: http://hhp.uh.edu/layne

 

Research Interests

I am interested in the development of human coordination primarily from a neuromuscular perspective. This interest is satisfied by investigating locomotion and posture processes. More recent interests include the role of somatosensory input on muscle contraction, particularly during adaptation to split-belt locomotion.

Recent Publications and Research Activity

Dettmer M, Pourmoghaddam A, O'Connor DP, Layne CS. Interaction of support surface stability and Achilles tendon vibration during a postural adaptation task. Human Movement Science. 2013 Feb;32(1):214-27. doi: 10.1016/j.humov. 2012.12.002. Epub 2013 Mar 5.


James, E. Layne, C.S. Dimensionality in rhythmic bimanual coordination. Human Movement Science. 2012 Dec 8. doi:pii: S0167-9457(12)00141-8. 10.1016/j.humov.2012.11.003.


Lee RE, O'Connor DP, Smith-Ray R, Mama SK, Medina AV, Reese-Smith JY, Banda JA, Layne CS, Brosnan M, Cubbin C, McMillan T, Estabrooks PA. Mediating Effects of Group Cohesion on Physical Activity and Diet in Women of Color: Health Is Power. American Journal of Health Promotion, March/April 2012.


Lee, R.E., Mama, S.K., Medina, A.V., Reese-Smith, J.Y., Banda, J.A., Layne, C.S., Baxter, M., O’Connor, D.P., McNeill, L., Estabrooks, P.A. Multiple Measures of Physical Activity, Dietary Habits and Weight Status in African American and Hispanic of Latina Women. Journal of Community Health, April 2011


Long, Z., Layne, C.S., Lowder, T, Liu, J. A Review Focused on the Psychological Effectiveness of Tai Chi on Different Populations. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2012, Article ID 678107, 9 pages, doi:10.1155/2012/678107


Layne, C.S., Mama, S.K., Banda, J.A., Lee, R.E. Development of an ecologically valid approach to assess moderate physical activity using accelerometry in community dwelling women of color: A cross-sectional study. International Journal of Behavior, Nutrition and Physical Activity, 25(8):21, 2011 doi:10.1186/1479-5868-8-21


James, E., Layne, C.S., Newell, K.M. Distributional properties of relative phase in bimanual coordination. Motor Control, 14, 478-489, 2010.


Turnock, MJE, and Layne, CS. Variations in linear and nonlinear postural measurements under Achilles tendon vibration and unstable support-surface conditions. Journal of Motor Behavior, 42(1), 61-69, 2010.


Scott-Pandorf MM, O'Connor DP, Layne CS, Josić K, Kurz MJ. Walking in simulated Martian gravity: influence of the portable life support system's design on dynamic stability. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering. Vol. 131 September 2009.


Arellano CJ, Layne CS, O'Connor DP, Kurz MJ. The Independent Effect of Added Mass on the Stability Of the Sagittal Plane Leg Kinematics during Steady-State Human Walking. Journal of Experimental Biology. 212(Pt 12), 1965-1970, 2009


Arellano CJ, Layne CS, O'Connor DP, Scott-Pandorf M, Kurz MJ. Does Load Carrying Influence Sagittal Plane Locomotive Stability? Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 41(3):620-627, March 2009.


Forth, K.E., Layne, C.S. Neuromuscular responses to mechanical foot stimulation: the influence of loading and postural context. Aviat Space Environ Med 2008; 79: 844 - 51.


Layne, C.S., Forth, K.E. Plantar stimulation as a possible countermeasure to microgravity-induced neuromotor degradation. Aviat Space Environ Med 2008; 79: 787 - 94.


Layne, C.S., Nguyen, K., and Forth, K. Muscle contractions in response to foot stimulation as an inflight countermeasure. Acta Astronautica 63, 714 - 721, 2008


Abercromby, A.F.J., Amonette, W.E., Layne, C.S., McFarlin, B.K., Hinman, M.R. and Paloski, W.H. Vibration Exposure and Biodynamic Responses during Whole-Body Vibration Training. Medicine & Science in Sports and Exercise, 39(10):1794-800, 2007


Abercromby, A.F.J., Amonette, W.E., Layne, C.S., McFarlin, B.K., Hinman, M.R. and Paloski, W.H. Variation in Neuromuscular Responses during Acute Whole-Body Vibration Exercise. Medicine & Science in Sports and Exercise, 39(9):1642-50, 2007


Edwards, L.C. and Layne, C.S. Effect of Dynamic Weight Bearing on Neuromuscular Activation After Spinal Cord Injury. American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - Vol 86, 499-506, June 2007


Forth, K.E., and Layne, C.S. Background muscle activity enhances the neuromuscular response to mechanical foot stimulation. American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 86, 50-56, 2007.


Kyparos, A., Feeback, D.L. Layne, C.S., Martinez, D.A. and Clarke, M.S.F. Mechanical Stimulation of the Plantar Foot Surface Attenuates Soleus Muscle Atrophy Induced by Hindlimb Unloading in Rats. Journal of Applied Physiology 99 (2): 739-746, 2005.


Layne, C.S., Forth, K.E., Abercromby, A.F. Spatial Factors and Muscle Spindle Input Influence the Generation of Neuromuscular Responses to Stimulation of the Human Foot. Acta Astronautica, 56/9-12, 809-819, 2005.


Layne, C.S., Mulavara, A.P., McDonald, P.V., Pruett, C.J., Kozlovskaya, I.B., Bloomberg, J.J. Alterations in Human Neuromuscular Activation During Over ground Locomotion After Long-Duration Spaceflight. Journal of Gravitational Physiology 11:1-16, 2004.


Layne, C.S., Forth, K.E., Baxter, M.F., Houser, J.J. Voluntary Neuromuscular Activation is Enhanced when Paired with a Mechanical Stimulus to Human Plantar Soles. Neuroscience Letters 334, 75-78, 2002.


Layne, C.S., Mulavara, A.P., McDonald, P.V., Pruett, C.J., Kozlovskaya, I.B., Bloomberg, J.J. The Effect of Long Duration Spaceflight on Postural Control during Self-generated Perturbations, Journal of Applied Physiology 90, 997-1006, 2001.


Layne, C.S., Mulavara, A.P., Pruett, C.J., McDonald, P.V., Kozlovskaya, I.B., Bloomberg, J.J.Using Foot Pressure to Maintain Neuromuscular Function during Long-Duration Spaceflight.Space Technology and Applications International Forum, American Institute of Physics, 226- 231, 2000.


Reschke, M.F., Paloski, W.H., Bloomberg, J.J., Harm, D.L., Layne, C.S. Posture, Locomotion, Perception, and Motion Sickness As A Function of Space Flight. Brain Research Reviews 28, 102-117, 1998.


Merkle, L., Layne, C.S., Bloomberg, J.J. The Use of Factor Analysis to Identify Neuromuscular Synergies during Treadmill Walking. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 82(2) 207-214, 1998.


Layne, C.S., Lange, G.W., Pruett, C.J., McDonald, P.V., Merkle, L.A., Smith, S.L., Kozlovskaya, I.B., Bloomberg, J.J. Adaptation of Neuromuscular Activation Patterns During Treadmill Walking After Long-Duration Space Flight. Acta Astronautica 43, 107-120, 1998.


Layne, C.S., Mulavara, A.P., Pruett, C.J., McDonald, P.V., Kozlovskaya, I.B., Bloomberg, J.J.The Use of Inflight Foot Pressure as a Countermeasure to Neuromuscular Degradation Acta Astronautica 42(1-8) 231-246, 1998.


McDonald, P.V., Bloomberg, J.J., Layne, C.S. Adaptation of Musculoskeletal Impedance During Space Flight: Implications for postflight perceptual-motor function. Journal of Vestibular Research 7 (2/3) 239-250, 1997.


Layne, C.S., McDonald, P.V., Bloomberg, J.J. Neuromuscular Activation Patterns During Treadmill Walking after Space Flight. Experimental Brain Research 113(1) 104-116, 1997.


Harris, B.A. Jr., Billica, R.D., Bishop, S.L., Blackwell, T., Layne, C.S., Rosenow, E.C. III, Harm, D.L. The Use of Physical Diagnosis for the Practice of Space Medicine. Mayo Clinic Proceedings 72 301-308, 1997.


McDonald, P.V., Basdogan, C., Bloomberg, J.J., Layne, C.S. Lower Limb Kinematics During Treadmill Walking After Space Flight: Implications for Gaze Stabilization. Experimental Brain Research 112 (2) 325, 1996.


Layne, C.S., Rossi, M., Feeback, D.L. Bloomberg, J.J. Improvement in Knee Extensor Strength Following Horizontal Squat and Jump Training. Isokinetics and Exercise Science, 4(4) 164-169, 1994.


Layne, C.S. and B.S. Spooner. Microgravity Effects on Postural Muscle Activity Patterns Advances in Space Research., 14:(8), 381-384, 1994.


Layne, C.S. and B.S. Spooner. Effects of Postural Set on Anticipatory Muscle Activation Prior to Rapid Arm Flexion. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. 63:196-199, 1992.


Layne, C. S. and Abraham, L.D. Interactions Between Automatic Postural Adjustments and Anticipatory Postural Patterns Accompanying Voluntary Movement. International Journal of Neuroscience, 61:241-254, 1991.


Layne, C.S. and B.S. Spooner. EMG Analysis of Human Postural Responses During Parabolic Flight Microgravity Episodes. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 60: 994-998, 1990.



RECENT PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS AND PRESENTATIONS:

Pourmoghaddam A., Dettmer, M., Paloski, W.H., O'Connor, D.P., Patel, J. Khorram, A., Lopez-Tafurth, Y, Layne, C.S. Synergos index, identifying multiple muscle coactivation during isotonic exercise. Annual meeting of Society of Neuroscience, San Diego, CA, November, 2010


Dettmer, M., Pourmoghaddam, A. Layne, C.S., Effects of healthy aging on motor lateralization: A functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS) study. Annual meeting of Society of Neuroscience, San Diego, CA, November, 2010


Houser, JJ, O'Connor, DP, Layne, CS. Enhanced cutaneous sensation mitigates vibration induced sway. Annual meeting of Society of Neuroscience, Chicago, IL, October, 2009


Dettmer, M., Layne, CS, O'Connor, DP, Pourmoghaddam, A. Influence of tendon vibration on the center of pressure sway regularity during a postural learning task. Annual meeting of Society of Neuroscience, Chicago, IL, October, 2009


Pourmoghaddam, A, O'Connor, DP, Paloski, WH, Dettmer, M, Layne, CS. Sunergos a clinical index for identifying multiple muscle coactivation. Annual meeting of Society of Neuroscience, Chicago, IL, October, 2009.


Layne, C.S., Pouroghaddam, A., Arellano, C.J., Dettmer, M., Kurz, M.J. Lower Limb Neuromuscular Activation during Treadmill Walking is Moderately Affected by Anti-Parkinson Drugs. Annual meeting of Society of Neuroscience, Washington D.C., November, 2008.


Pouroghaddam, A., Kurz, M.J., Arellano, C.J., Dettmer, M., Layne, C.S. Identifying Changes in Muscle Synergies in Individuals with Parkinson's Disease during Treadmill Walking Using a New Analysis Method. Annual meeting of Society of Neuroscience, Washington D.C., November, 2008.


Pourmoghaddam A, Kurz MJ, Arellano CJ, Dettmer M, O'Connor DP, Layne CS. The Effect of L-DOPA Administration on Changes in Muscle Synergies in Individuals with Parkinson's Disease During Treadmill Walking, National Human Performance Center 2008 Annual Meeting; November 7, 2008; Houston, TX.


Dettmer M, Pourmoghaddam A, O'Connor DP, Layne CS. Adaptation to Muscle Tendon Vibration Under Different Surface Conditions in a Postural Task, National Human Performance Center 2008 Annual Meeting; November 7, 2008; Houston, TX.


Scott-Pandorf, M., O'Connor, D.P, Layne, C.S., Kurz, M.J. Locomotion Stability in Simulated Martian Gravity: Insights on the Influence of Load Location North American Congress on Biomechanics Annual meeting, Ann Arbor, MI. August, 2008


Arellano, C.J, O'Connor, D.P, Scott-Pandorf, M., Layne, C.S., Kurz, M.J. Increased Inertial Forces Reduces Locomotive Stability. North American Congress on Biomechanics Annual meeting, Ann Arbor, MI. August, 2008


Layne, C.S. and Korman, S. Center for Wellness Without Borders. Annual meeting of the American Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHEPHRD) Ft. Worth, TX. April, 2008


Pourmghaddam, A., Layne, C.S., Kurz, M.J, Dettmer, A., Hickerson, A. Lower Limb Neuromuscular Cocontraction during Treadmill Locomotion. Annual meeting of Society of Neuroscience, San Diego, CA, November, 2007.


Arellano, C., Layne, C.S., O'Connor, D.P., Scott-Pandorf, M., Kurz, M.J. Does Weight Influence Locomotive Stability. American Society of Biomechanics, Palo Alto, CA, August, 2007.


Layne, C.S., Nguyen, K., Forth, K.E. Muscle contractions in response to foot stimulation as an inflight countermeasure. International Academy of Astronautics 16th Humans in Space Symposium, Beijing, China, May, 2007.


Clarke, M.S.F., Kyparos, A., Layne, C.S, Martinez, D., and Feeback, D.L. Dynamic Foot Pressure (DFS) As an Unloading-Induced Muscle Atrophy Countermeasure. 16th IAA Humans in Space Symposium, Bejing, China, May 2007.


Haran, F.J and Layne, C.S. The Length of a Vibration Posturography Training Session Influences Postural Control in a Linear Manner. Northeast American Society of Biomechanics Conference, College Park, Maryland, March, 2007.


James, E., Kurz, M.J., Layne, C.S. Frequency and Relative Phase Information and Stability of Coordination Dynamics. Coordination Dynamics conference, Boca Raton, Florida, February, 2007.


James, E. and Layne, C.S. The Relationship Between Structural Complexity, Variability and Focus of Attention in Rhythmic Bimanual Movements. Sigma Xi Research Day, March, 2006.


Edwards, L and Layne, C.S. Beyond walking: Active Regeneration (AR) for those paralyzed due to spinal cord injury. Poster presentation. Texas American College of Sports Medicine (TACSM) Regional Chapter, Texas Women's University, Denton, TX,, February, 2006.


Forth, K.E. and Layne, C.S. Neuromuscular Response to Context-Specific Foot Stimulation. Annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington D.C., November, 2005.


Kyparos, A., Feeback, D.L., Layne, C.S., Martinez, D.A., Clarke, M.S.F. Dynamic foot stimulation as a potential countermeasure to muscle atrophy. 4th Symposium of Aerospace Medicine and Space Research. Oinouses, Chios (Greece), September, 2005.


Motamarri, S., Barbieri, E., and Layne, C.S. Prototype Expert-based Variable Resistance/Assistance Exercise Machine. Sigma Xi Research Day, March, 2005.


Forth, K.E. and Layne, C.S. The Neuromuscular Response to Context-Specific Foot Stimulation - The Houston Society for Engineering in Medicine and Biology, The 22nd Annual Houston Conference on Biomedical Engineering Research, February, 2005.


James, E., Banda, J., and Layne, C.S. The Time Course of Recovery from Whole-body Vibration Induced Postural Sway. The Houston Society for Engineering in Medicine and Biology, The 22nd Annual Houston Conference on Biomedical Engineering Research, February, 2005.


Abercromby, A.F.J., Arellano, C., Neptune, R.R., Ambrose, C.A., and Layne, C.S. Inverse Dynamics Gait Analysis Using Optoelectronic and Digitized Virtual Markers. The Houston Society for Engineering in Medicine and Biology, The 22nd Annual Houston Conference on Biomedical Engineering Research, February, 2005.


Nguyen, K.T., and Layne, C.S. Identifying Neuromuscular Inhibition in the Human Lower Leg Using Mechanical Stimulation to the Foot. The Houston Society for Engineering in Medicine and Biology, The 22nd Annual Houston Conference on Biomedical Engineering Research, February, 2005. - This poster received a runner up award in the Student Poster Competition. Only 4 of 77 posters were recognized.


Edwards L. and Layne, C.S. Active Regeneration (AR) Program for Individualized Paralyzed Due to Spinal Cord Injury. The Houston Society for Engineering in Medicine and Biology, The 22nd Annual Houston Conference on Biomedical Engineering Research, February, 2005.


Kennedy, T.F, Bush, J.A., Clarke, M.S.F., Layne, C.S., Smith, S.M. and Jackson, A.S.. Response of bone markers and ground reaction forces to acute impact landings. The Integrative Biology of Exercise, APS Intersociety Meeting, Austin, TX, 2004.
Forth, K.E. and Layne, C.S. Spatial and temporal mechanical foot stimulation parameters influence neuromuscular responses in the lower limbs. Sigma Xi Student Research Day, University of Houston, April. 2004



FUNDING:



Layne, C.S. Correlation of Patterns of Gait and Implant Wear after Total Hip Replacement. Faculty Research Opportunity Award - COE - funded, December, 2004, $4000


Layne, C.S. Development of the Office of Scientific Data Review and Dissemination, Wyle Laboratories Inc., Life Sciences, Systems, and Services - (funded, April, 2004 - $4,198,301.00 - 5 years)


Barbieri, E., Layne, C.S., Hagan, D. Pre/Post-Flight Neuromuscular Control with Variable Resistance/Assistance Exercise Machines. Institute for Space Systems Operations, University of Houston. (2004-2006, $120,000 over 3 years for a post-doctoral fellow to work at UH and NASA).


Layne, C.S. Developmental Evaluation of a Dynamic Foot Stimulation Device. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) - January, 2004, $59,592 (direct costs) - contract modification - April, 2004, $20,000 added to contract.


Clarke, M.S.F., Layne, C.S., Boling, W. Development of New Technologies for Assessing the Effects of Physical Activity on Skeletal Muscle Function and Physical Fitness in Field-Based Situations. Grants to Enhance and Advance Research (GEAR), University of Houston, May 2003, $23,284.


Barbieri, E., Malki, H.A., Layne, C.S., Shireen, W., Attarzadeh, F. Prototype EVRA Machine for Rehabilitation. Grants to Enhnace and Advance Research (GEAR), University of Houston, May, 2003, $ 23,840.


Layne, C.S., Using Patterned Stimulation of the Soles to Prevent Muscle Degradation Faculty Research Opportunity Award (FROA), College of Education, University of Houston, February, 2003, - funded - $2,835.


Layne, C.S. Development of On-line HPER 7350 Computer Applications in Health Education and Physical Education - UH Distance Education Office - June, 2002, funded, $4,000.


Layne, C.S. Are Muscle Reflexes Modulated Preparatory Neuromuscular Activation Levels?". Institute for Space Systems Operations, University of Houston, May 2002, funded $4,326.


Layne, C.S. , Chen, Y.C. Enhanced Development of a Variable Foot Pressure Device. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) - NCC9-70, April, 2002 - funded $12,500.00 - for 3 months extension)


Layne, C.S., LeBlance, A.D., Chen, Y.C. Using Foot Somatosensory Input to Attenuate Lower Limb Muscle Atrophy During Spaceflight. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), August, 2001, $399,412 - not funded


Buchanan, J. J., Layne, C.S. Intentional Switching in a Postural Control Task: Sensory-motor contributions to Pre and Postflight Control of Voluntary Movements. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), August, 2001, University of Houston's portion - $44,704 - not funded


Layne, C.S., Sabahhi, M. Increasing Leg Muscle Activation Using Foot Sensory Input. Advanced Research Program, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, August, 2001, $63,825 - invited to submit full proposal, not funded


Layne, C.S., Olvera, N., Foreman, F. Using the Internet to Promote Healthy Lifestyles -Faculty Development Initiative Program Grant B - UH Provost's Office, June, 2001, funded - $25,000.00.


Layne, C.S. , Chen, Y.C. Enhanced Development of a Variable Foot Pressure Device. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) - NCC9-70, June, 2001 - funded $65,926.85 - for 6 months)


Layne, C.S. Analysis of Electromyographical Data Obtained During Human Locomotion After Long Duration Spaceflight. Faculty Research Opportunity Award (FROA), College of Education, University of Houston, $1,500.00, November, 2001.


Layne, C.S. Development of a Variable Foot Pressure Device. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) - NCC9-70, June, 2000 - funded, $51,699.21 - for 9 months)


Layne, C.S., Martinez, D.A. Using Dynamic Foot Pressure as a Countermeasures to Muscle Atrophy. Institute for Space Systems Operations, University of Houston. (funded - 1999-2001, $120,000.00 over 3 years for a post-doctoral fellow to work at UH and NASA.


Layne, C.S., Abraham, L.D. Development of a Foot Pressure Generating Device to Enhance Muscle Activation. Advanced Research Program/Advanced Technology Program, State of Texas, (invited to submit full proposal, August, 1999, direct costs $139.950.00, not funded)


Layne, C.S. , Baxter, M.F., Evaluation of the Use of Foot Pressure in Generating Postural Muscle Activation. (submitted January, 1999, NASA Graduate Student Research Program, direct costs, $19,800.50, IDC- waived by UH, not funded)


Layne, C.S. Using Foot Pressure to Generate Postural Muscle Activation. (submitted October, 1998, Whitehall Foundation, $40,000.00 over two years to fund a doctoral student - not funded)


Abraham, L.D., Layne, C.S. Evaluation of the Use of Patterned Foot Pressure in Generating Postural Muscle Activation. (submitted October 1, 1998, in response to NASA's NRA-98-HEDS-02, UH's portion is $161,452 over three years, IDC = $51,993, not funded)


Layne C.S. Using Foot Pressure to Modify Neuromuscular Activation. Program to Enhance External Research Award (PEER), University of Houston, 1998 (funded, $5,000)


Layne, C.S. Analysis of Post Space Flight Neuromuscular Activation Patterns Associated with Human Locomotion. Limited Grant-in-Aid (LGIA), University of Houston, 1997 (funded, $2000)


Layne, C.S. Investigating the Impact of Foot Pressure on Neuromuscular Activation. Faculty Research Opportunity Award (FROA), University of Houston, 1997, (funded, $1,400)


McDonald, P.V., Riccio, G.E., Layne, C.S. A Robust Measures of Balance Using Stability Boundaries. (submitted to Small Business Innovation Research Program, National Institute of Health, 1997, (direct costs $63,090, over six months, not funded)


Abraham, L.D., Layne, C.S., Nichols, S.P. Sensory Influences on Motor Coordination. Advanced Research Program, State of Texas Educational Coordinating Board, 1997, (direct costs $127,972 over three years, not funded)


Abraham, L.D., Layne, C.S., Nichols, S.P. Sensory Influences on Motor Coordination. (Submitted in response to NASA NRA 96-HEDS-04 (direct costs, $195,071 over two years, not funded).


Jansen, B.H. Nonlinear Dynamical Analysis of Pre- and Postflight EMG, 1996, NASA-JSC RUG program (funded, direct costs $60,000, Layne, C.S., project sponsor).


Bloomberg, J.J., Layne, C.S., Cohen, H. The Effects of Long Duration Space Flight on Neural Adaptive Plasticity: A Preliminary Ground-Based Study. (Submitted in response to NASA NRA 96-HEDS-04, direct costs over three years $457,512, not funded).


Feeback, D.L., Layne, C.S., Clarke, M.S.F. Validation of Dynamic Foot Pressure (DFP) as a Countermeasure to Mechanical Unloading-Induced Skeletal Muscle Atrophy During Human Bedrest. (Submitted in response to NASA NRA 96-HEDS-04, not funded).


Abraham, L.D., Layne, C.S., Nichols, S.P. Sensory Influences on Motor Coordination. (Submitted in response to NASA NRA 95-OLMSA-01A (direct costs over three years $192,864, not funded).


Jansen, B.H. Non-linear Dynamical Analysis of Pre- and Postflight EMG, Krug Life Sciences, 1995, (funded, $13,554). Layne, C.S. project sponsor.


Feeback, D.L., Layne, C.S., Clarke, M.S.F., Siconolfi, S.F. The Attenuation of Muscle Atrophy With the Use of In-Flight Foot Pressure. Proposal submitted to Ground-Based and Small Payloads Research in Space Life Sciences (NRA95-OLMSA-01) direct costs over 3 years: $188,947, not funded).


Bloomberg, J.J., Kozlovskaya, I.B., *Layne, C.S., McDonald, P.V., Voronov, A.A. (1994) Anticipatory Postural Activity During Long-Duration Space Flight. Proposal submitted to Shuttle-Mir Phase Ib Science Program (NRA 94-OLMSA-01, funded, direct costs over 2 years $181,798).


Bloomberg, J.J., Kozlovskaya, I.B., *Layne, C.S., McDonald, P.V., Voronov, A.A. (1994) Anticipatory Postural Activity During Long-Duration Space Flight. Proposal submitted to Shuttle-Mir Phase Ia Science Program (funded, direct costs over 3 years - $510,802).


Bloomberg, J.J., Berthoz, A., Layne, C.S., Glasauer, S., McDonald, P.V., Huebner, W.P., Reschke, M.F. (1994) The Effects of Long-Duration Space Flight on Eye, Head and Trunk Coordination During Locomotion. Proposal submitted to Shuttle-Mir Phase Ia Science Program (funded, direct costs over 3 years - $919,939).


Siconolfi, S.F., Kozlovskaya, I.B., McCarthy, J., Feeback, D., Layne, C.S., Korijak, Y.A.A., Stepantsov, V.J. (1994) Evaluation of Skeletal Muscle Performance and Characteristics. Proposal submitted to Shuttle-Mir Phase Ia Science Program (funded, direct costs over 1 year - $210,933).


Paloski, W.H., Kozlovskaya, I.B., Reschke, M.F., Bloomberg, J.J., Harm, D.L., Layne, C.S., McDonald, P.V., Voronov, A.A., Borisov, M. (1994) Alterations in Postural Equilibrium Control Associated with Long-Duration Space Flight. Proposal submitted to Shuttle-Mir Phase Ia Science Program (funded, direct costs over 3 years - $550,867).


Bloomberg, J.J., *Layne, C.S., McDonald, P.V. (1994) Changes in Neuromuscular Postural Activity Associated with Space Flight. Small Payloads proposal submitted to Space Physiology and Countermeasures Program in response to NRA 93-OLMSA-07 (not funded)


Bloomberg, J.J., Berthoz, A., Layne, C.S., Glasauer, S., McDonald, P.V., Huebner, W.P., Reschke, M.F. (1994) The Effects of Long-Duration Space Flight on Eye, Head and Trunk Coordination During Locomotion. Proposal submitted to Shuttle-Mir Phase Ib Science Program, NRA 94-OLMSA-01, (funded, direct costs over 3 years, $394,000).


Bloomberg, J.J., *McDonald, P.V., Layne, C.S., Riccio, G.E. (1994) Environmental Constraints on Postural and Manual Control. Proposal submitted to Space Physiology and Countermeasures Program in response to NRA 93-OLMSA-07 (funded, direct costs over 3 years $1,195,623).


Siconolfi, S.F., Kozlovskaya, I.B., McCarthy, J.P.,, Feeback, D., Layne, C.S., Korijak, Y.A.A., Stepantsov, V.J. (1994) Evaluation of Skeletal Muscle Performance and Characteristics. Proposal submitted to Shuttle-Mir Phase Ib Science Program NRA 94-OLMSA-01 (funded, direct costs over 2 years $193,685)


Bloomberg, J.J., *Layne, C.S., McDonald, P.V., Abraham, L.D., Pandy, M.G. (1994) Dynamic Computational Modeling of Postural-Control Strategies. Proposal submitted to Space Physiology and Countermeasures Program in response to NRA 93-OLMSA-07 (not funded, direct costs over 3 years - $657,308).


McCarthy, J.P., Bamman, M.M., Greenisen, M.C., Layne, C.S., Edgerton, V.R. (1994). Changes in Muscle Mass, Neural Activation, and Strength Performance Following Space Flight. Proposal submitted to Space Physiology and Countermeasures Program in response to NRA 93-OLMSA-07 (not funded, direct costs over 2 years - $113,378).


Bloomberg, J.J., Berthoz, A., Layne, C.S., Glasauer, S., McDonald, P.V., Huebner, W.P., Reschke, M.F. (1994) The Effects of Space Flight on Eye, Head and Trunk Coordination During Locomotion. Proposal submitted to Space Physiology and Countermeasures Program in response to NRA 93-OLMSA-07 (funded, direct costs over 3 years - $793,810).


Paloski, W.H., Kozlovskaya, I.B., Reschke, M.F., Bloomberg, J.J., Harm, D.L., Layne, C.S., McDonald, P.V., Voronov, A.A., Borisov, M. (1994) Alterations in Postural Equilibrium Control Associated with Long-Duration Space Flight. Proposal submitted to Shuttle-Mir Phase Ib Science Program NRA 94-OLMSA-01, (not funded).


Bloomberg, J.J., Layne, C.S., McDonald, P.V., Reschke, M.F. Head Movement Control During Locomotion. Proposal submitted to NIH/NASA for inclusion in Spacelab Life Sciences-4 Neurolab program (not funded, direct costs over 4 years - $882,876).


Paloski, W.H., Black, F.O., Layne, C.S., McDonald, P.V., Reschke, M.F., Anderson, D.J. Control of Goal-Directed Postural Movements in Space. Proposal submitted to NIH/NASA for inclusion in Spacelab Life Sciences-4 Neurolab program (not funded, direct costs over 4 years -$826,569).


Layne, C.S., Bloomberg, J.J., Feeback, D.M., & McDonald, P.V. (1992) The Impact of Space Flight on Anticipatory Neuromuscular Postural Activation. (funded, NASA grant # - NAS9-18492-1210-J33, direct costs over 3 years $750,241).


Layne, C.S. 1992) Kansas Space Grant Consortium NASA Fellowship - Scholarship of $5,000, (supporting Kinesiology graduate student Ms. Amy Reed, Kansas State University).


Layne, C.S. (1992) BioServe Space Technologies, $2,000, plus KC-135 parabolic flight time.


Layne, C.S. (1991) NASA Summer Faculty Fellowship, $10,000.


Layne, C.S. Kansas Space Grant Consortium NASA Fellowship - Scholarship of $5,000, 1992, (supporting Electrical Engineering graduate student Ms. Shari Schroeder, Kansas State University).


Layne, C.S. (1991-1994) Kansas Space Grant Consortium, NASA, $7,000 per year for four years.


Layne, C.S. (1990) Underlying Strategies of Lateral Postural Control, (funded - NASA Grant #NAG9-471) $15,000.


Layne, C.S. 1990) NASA Equipment Grant supporting "Underlying Strategies of Lateral Postural Control" project, $21,000.


Layne, C.S. (1990) NASA Summer Faculty Fellowship, $10,000.


Layne, C.S. (1990) BioServe Space Technologies, $2,500, plus KC-135 parabolic flight time ($8,000).


Layne, C.S. and Kubitz, K. (1990) Frequency Analysis of Human EMG Obtained in Microgravity. Kansas State University Faculty Development Program, $2,142.

Education

B.S. in Dept. of Physical and Health Education at University of Texas at Austin, 1979

M.Ed. in Dept. of Physical and Health Education at University of Texas at Austin, 1982

Ph.D. in Motor Control at University of Texas at Austin, 1987