Musa Audu

Research Associate Professor
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Case School of Engineering

Research Information

Research Interests

Human musculoskeletal modeling and development of control systems for rehabilitation of individuals with spinal cord injury and other balance disorders. Design of rehabilitation devices for physically challenged individuals.


  • Nataraj, R., Audu, M.L. and Triolo, R.J. "Modified Newton-Raphson method to tune feedback gains of control system for standing by functional neuromuscular stimulation following spinal cord injury", Applied Bionics and Biomechanics, vol. 11, pp:169–174, 2014.
  • Audu, M.L., Lombardo, L.M., Schnellenberger, J.R., Foglyano, K.M., Miller, M.E. and Triolo, R.J., "A neuroprosthesis for control of seated balance after spinal cord injury". Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation, vol. 12:8, pp:1-12, 2015.
  • Nataraj, R., Audu, M.L. and Li, Z., "Digit mechanics in relation to endpoint compliance during precision pinch". Journal of Biomechanics, v.48, pp:672-680, 2015.

Musa Audu on Google Scholar