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13-Jul-2016The association between seeking financial compensation and injury recovery following motor vehicle related orthopaedic traumaMurgatroyd, DF; Harris, IA; Tran, Y; Cameron, ID
1-Jul-2017Pain Catastrophizing and Negative Mood States After Spinal Cord Injury: Transitioning From Inpatient Rehabilitation Into the CommunityCraig, A; Guest, R; Tran, Y; Nicholson Perry, K; Middleton, J
8-Jul-1996Dominant risk factors for retinopathy at clinical diagnosis in patients with type II diabetes mellitusNguyen, HT; Luzio, SD; Dolben, J; West, J; Beck, L; Coates, PA; Owens, DR
1-Jan-2013Using EEG spatial correlation, cross frequency energy, and wavelet coefficients for the prediction of Freezing of Gait in Parkinson's Disease patientsHandojoseno, AMA; Shine, JM; Nguyen, TN; Tran, Y; Lewis, SJG; Nguyen, HT
1-Jan-2013Unsupervised segmentation of heel-strike IMU data using rapid cluster estimation of wavelet featuresYuwono, M; Su, SW; Moulton, BD; Nguyen, HT
13-Oct-2016Wavelet PCA for automatic identification of walking with and without an exoskeleton on a treadmill using pressure and accelerometer sensorsNaik, GR; Pendharkar, G; Nguyen, HT
2-Apr-2012Predicting the development of mild cognitive impairment: A new use of pattern recognitionCui, Y; Sachdev, PS; Lipnicki, DM; Jin, JS; Luo, S; Zhu, W; Kochan, NA; Reppermund, S; Liu, T; Trollor, JN; Brodaty, H; Wen, W
1-Mar-2018Tackling Missing Data in Community Health Studies Using Additive LS-SVM ClassifierWang, G; Deng, Z; Choi, KS
1-Aug-2006Human papillomavirus in the oral cavity of patients with and without renal transplantationRose, B; Wilkins, D; Li, W; Tran, N; Thompson, C; Cossart, Y; McGeechan, K; O'Brien, C; Eris, J
1-Apr-2007New evidence for geographic variation in the role of human papillomavirus in tonsillar carcinogenesisLi, W; Tran, N; Lee, SC; O'Brien, CJ; Tse, GM; Scolyer, RA; Hong, A; Milross, C; Yu, KH; Rose, BR
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