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  • Tedx Wilmington: The Art of Neuroscience: Two Legs to Stand On April 2021

  • ​Characterizing Movement Components of COVID-19 by Examining Acute Oxidative Stress Effects on the Depression of Limb Muscle Contractility. VIRTUAL International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care, April 2021

  • Ludwig K., Homer V., Jenson J., (2019) “Ease of Application and Removal of Common Total Contact Cast Systems Used in the Podiatric Medical Community” Journal of Podiatric Medicine, 108(4).

  • Homer V, Starkman M., Mason R., Anwar Z., (2019) “Preferred Movement Pathway and Balance: How Proper Shoes and Orthotics Affect Athletic Performance.” Lower Extremity Review, 11(8): 9-10.

  • Griffith A, Homer V., Mason R., Kuperavarge A., (2018) “Electromyography and Y-Balance Test for Assessment of Neuromuscular Control of Lower Extremities in Collegiate Athletes” International Journal of Exercise Science, 9(6).

  • Homer V (2017) ”Characterizing Gait” Current Pedorthics, 49(4); 45-48.

  • American Academy of Orthotics and Prosthetics: Florida Diabetic Amputation Prevention Project; Orlando FL 2016.

  • Homer V (2015). Evidence Based Practice For Pedorthic Devices That Prevent Ulcer Recurrence. Current Pedorthics, 47(1): 13-14.

  • Homer V, Harlis M, Norris M (2015). Propulsion: The Use of the Morton’s Extension in Athletics Old Remedy or Innovative Healthy Advantage. Current Pedorthics, 47(1): 9-10.

  • Homer V, Anwar Z, Saxton J, Ludwig K, Egret C (2015). Kinematic Analysis of Tibial Position Related to Peak Plantar Pressure Inside Total Contact Cast Systems. Current Pedorthics, 47(4): 37-39.

  • Jensen J, Homer V, Pena C (2015). Diabetic Amputation Prevention Project I. Current Pedorthics, 47(4): 22-27.

  • American Society of Biomechanics: Human Movement Science Symposium; Kinematic analysis of Tibial Position related to Peak Plantar Pressure inside Total Contact Cast systems; University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, Raleigh NC 2015.

  • Jensen J. Hanft J. Homer V. (2013). Offloading: Strategies for Prevention and Treatment. The Symposium on Advanced Wound Care, Denver, CO.

  • Homer, V. (2013). Orthotic Management of Apropulsive Gait in Adults. The African American Orthotics and Prosthetic Coalition Biomechanics Meeting, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta GA.

  • Homer V, Pflug J (2013) “When Pathology Meets Overuse; Treating Sport Injuries and Assisting Other Allied Health Professionals.” Current Pedorthics, 10(2): 40-42.