BSc, University of Waterloo
PhD, University of Waterloo
Post Doctoral Fellowship, Université de Montréal
Fellow of the Canadian Society for Biomechanics (FCSB) Awarded 2008
Patla, A.E., Prentice, S.D., Robinson, C. & Neufeld, J. (1991) Visual control of locomotion: strategies for changing direction and for going over obstacles. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 17:603-634
Prentice, S.D., Hasler, E.N., Groves, J.J. & Frank, J.S. (2004) Locomotor Adaptations for Changes in the Slope of the Walking Surface. Gait and Posture 20: 255-265.
Noble, J.W., & Prentice, S.D. (2008) Intersegmental coordination while walking up inclined surfaces: age and ramp angle effects. Experimental Brain Research 189: 249-255
Singer, J.C., McIlroy, W.E. & Prentice, S.D. (2014) Kinetic measures of restabilisation during volitional stepping reveal age-related alterations in the control of mediolateral dynamic stability. Journal of Biomechanics 47:3539-45.
Patla, A.E. and Prentice, S.D. (1995) Role of active force and intersegmental dynamics in the control of limb trajectories over obstacles in humans. Experimental Brain Research 106: 499-504.
Noble, J.W. & Prentice, S.D. (2006) Adaptation to Unilateral Change in Lower Limb Mechanical Properties during Human Walking Experimental Brain Research 169: 482-495.
Singer, J.C., Noble, J.W., & Prentice, S.D. (2011) Locomotor strategies in response to altered lower limb segmental mechanical properties Human Movement Science 30: 1199-1209.
Noble, J.W., Singer, J.C. & Prentice, S.D. (2016) Control of standing balance while using constructions stilts: Comparison of expert and novice users. Ergonomics. 59(2):265-75.
Prentice, S.D. & Drew, T. (2001) Contributions of the reticulospinal system to the postural adjustments during voluntary gait modifications. J. Neurophysiology 85: 679-698
Prentice, S.D., Patla, A.E. & Stacey, D.A. (2001) Artificial neural network model for the generation of muscle activation patterns for human locomotion. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology. 11: 19-30
Drew, T., Prentice, S. & Schepens, B. (2004) Cortical and brainstem control of locomotion. Progress in Brain Research 143: 251-261