Peer - Reviewed Journal Publications
° indicates undergraduate mentee coauthor
°° indicates graduate student mentee coauthor
Holmes, PD°°; Danforth, SM°°; Fu, X-Y; Moore, TY; Vasudevan, R. Characterizing the limits of human stability during motion: perturbative experiment validates a model-based approach for the Sit-to-Stand task. https://arxiv.org/abs/1908.01876
Gutierrez, HL; Tsutsumi, R; Moore, TY; Cooper, KL. Convergent metatarsal fusion in jerboas and chickens is mediated by similarities and differences in the patterns of osteoblast and osteoclast activities. Evolution & Development (accepted) BiorXiv doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/688036
Shia, V; Moore, TY; Holmes, PD°°; Bajcsy, R; Vasudevan, R. Stability Basin Estimates Fall Risk from Observed Kinematics, Demonstrated on the Sit-to-Stand Task. Journal of Biomechanics doi: 10.1016/j.jbiomech.2018.02.022
Moore, TY; Cooper, KL; Biewener, AA; Vasudevan, R. Unpredictability of escape trajectory explains predator evasion ability and taxonomic diversity of desert rodents. Nature Communications 8(440): 1-9 doi: 10.1038/s41467-017-00373-2
Moore, TY; Rivera, AM°; Biewener, AA. Vertical leaping mechanics of the Lesser Egyptian Jerboa (Jaculus jaculus) reveal specialization for maneuverability rather than elastic energy storage. Frontiers in Zoology 14(32): 1-12 doi: 10.1186/s12983-017-0215-z
Moore, TY; Organ, CL; Edwards, SV; Biewener, AA; Tabin, CJ; Jenkins, FA Jr.; Cooper, KL. Multiple phylogenetically distinct events shaped the evolution of limb skeletal morphologies associated with bipedalism in the jerboas. Current Biology 25(21): 2785-2794 doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2015.09.037
Moore, TY; Biewener, AA. Outrun or Outmaneuver: Predator-prey interactions as a model system for integrating biomechanical studies in a broader ecological and evolutionary context. Integrative and Comparative Biology 55(6): 1188-1197 doi: 10.1093/icb/icv074
McCullough, EL; Ledger, KJ; Moore, TY. Variation in cross-sectional horn shape within and among rhinoceros beetle species. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 115(4): 810-817. doi: 10.1111/bij.12557
Revzen, S; Burden, SA; Mongeau, J-M; Moore, TY; and Full, RJ. Instantaneous Kinematic Phase Reflects Neuromechanical Response to Lateral Perturbations of Running Cockroaches. Biological Cybernetics 107(2): 179-200. doi: 10.1007/s00422-012-0545-z
Peer - Reviewed Conference Publications
Holmes, PD*°°; Fu, X-Y; Danforth, SM°°; Moore, TY; Vasudevan, R. N-step reachability to characterize human mediolateral stability uring perturbed walking. Dynamic Walking.
Moore, TY*. Examining aperiodic locomotion in non-model organisms to inspired legged robotic design for complex terrains. Robotics Science and Systems.
Holmes, PD*°°; Danforth, SM*°°; Moore, TY; Fu, X-Y; Vasudevan, R. Perturbative Sit-to-stand experiment for validating quantitative method of stability estimation. Dynamic Walking.
Holmes, PD*°°; Danforth, SM*°°; Moore, TY; Fu, X-Y; Vasudevan, R. Human Feedback Control to Maintain Trajectories of Task-Relevant Variables During Sit-to-Stand Motion. Dynamic Walking.
Wehner, M; Park, Y-L; Walsh, C; Nagpal, R; Wood, RJ; Moore, T; Goldfield, E. Experimental Characterization of Components for Active Soft Orthotics. IEEE International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics.
* indicates presenting author
Moore, TY*; Bruder, DK°°; Davis Rabosky, AR; Vasudevan, R. Decoupling coupled anti-predator signals with a bio-inspired snake robot. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. (Presentation)
Davis Rabosky, AR*; Moore, TY; Westeen, EP°; Larson, JG; Sanchez Paredes, CM°°. Convergence or Divergence? 3D Quantification and Characterization of Snake Anti-Predator Behavior in the Peruvian Amazon. Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists. (Presentation)
Moore, TY*; Feilich, K; Losos, JB. The complexities of morphological and functional convergence in bipedal desert rodents. Evolution. (Poster)
Holmes, PD*°°; Danforth, S*°°; Moore, TY; Fu, X-Y; Vasudevan, R. Perturbative experiment validates quantitative method of stability estimation for Sit-To-Stand. World Congress of Biomechanics. (Presentation)
Moore, TY*; Larson, JG; Sanchez Paredes, CM°°; Davis Rabosky, AR. 3-D quantification and characterization of snake anti-predator behavior in the Peruvian Amazon. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. (Presentation)
Holmes, PD*°°; Danforth, SM*°°; Moore, TY; Fu, X-Y; Vasudevan, R. Human Feedback Control to Maintain Trajectories of Task-Relevant Variables During Sit-to-Stand Motion. Dynamic Walking. (Presentation)
Holmes, PD*°°; Danforth, S°°; Fu, X; Moore, TY; Shia, V; Vasudevan, R. Direct perturbation on humans performing sit-to-stand motion reveals corrective feedback control strategy. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. (Presentation)
Moore, TY*, Cooper, KL; Biewener, AA; Vasudevan, R. How the biomechanics of ricochetal bipedalism enhances predator evasion, resource partitioning, and taxonomic diversity in desert rodent communities. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. (Presentation)
Moore, TY*; Field, DJ; Biewener, AA; Cooper, KL. Quadrupedal to bipedal skeletal transformations inferred from a morphological and phylogenetic analysis of Dipodidae. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. (Poster)
Burden, SA*; Revzen, S; Moore, TY; Sastry, SS; Full, RJ. Using reduced-order models to study dynamic legged locomotion: Parameter identification and model validation. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. (Presentation)
Libby, T*; Moore, TY; Chang-Siu, E; Li, D°; Cohen, D; Jusufi, A; Full, RJ. Tail Assisted Pitch Control in a Lizard, Robot, and Dinosaur. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. (Presentation)