David Alexander Sherman, PhD, DPT
Postdoctoral Associate NRSA
Boston University College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College
Personal Training/Athletic Training

Dave is a clinical scientist working to optimize treatment and rehabilitation after ACL injury. Dave's research targets the "unseen" consequences of joint injury in order to optimize recovery. He is currently a postdoctoral researcher at Boston University and Harvard University.

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  1. Rush JL, Murray AM, Sherman DA, Gokeler A, Norte GE. Single Leg Hop Performance After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Ready for Landing but Cleared for Take-Off? J Athl Train. 2024 May 23. PMID: 38779887
  2. Sherman DA, Darendeli A, Soto O, Tunik E, Stefanik JJ, Yarossi M. Beyond force steadiness: potential challenges in measuring smoothness of force through yank. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2024 May 01; 136(5):1266-1267. PMID: 38743393
  3. Schwartz AL, Norte GE, Bonnette S, Stock MS, Chaput M, Sherman DA. Steadiness, smoothness, and regularity: looking beyond force variability to construct a holistic description of force quality. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2024 May 01; 136(5):1271-1272. PMID: 38743395
  4. Fernandes CA, Norte GE, Schwab SM, Gokeler A, Murray A, Bazett-Jones DM, Sherman DA. Interpersonal Coordination between Female Soccer Players: Leader-Follower Roles within a Collision-Avoidance Task. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2024; 19(5):548-560. PMID: 38707861; PMCID: PMC11065781; DOI: 10.26603/001c.116156;
  5. Collimore AN, Alvarez JT, Sherman DA, Gerez LF, Barrow N, Choe DK, Binder-Macleod S, Walsh CJ, Awad LN. A Portable, Neurostimulation-Integrated, Force Measurement Platform for the Clinical Assessment of Plantarflexor Central Drive. Bioengineering (Basel). 2024 Jan 30; 11(2).View Related Profiles. PMID: 38391623; PMCID: PMC10885982; DOI: 10.3390/bioengineering11020137;
  6. Riehm CD, Bonnette S, Rush JL, Diekfuss JA, Koohestani M, Myer GD, Norte GE, Sherman DA. Corticomuscular cross-recurrence analysis reveals between-limb differences in motor control among individuals with ACL reconstruction. Exp Brain Res. 2024 Feb; 242(2):355-365. PMID: 38092900; PMCID: PMC10872341; DOI: 10.1007/s00221-023-06751-1;
  7. Sherman DA, Rush J, Stock MS, D Ingersoll C, E Norte G. Neural drive and motor unit characteristics after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: implications for quadriceps weakness. PeerJ. 2023; 11:e16261. PMID: 37818333; PMCID: PMC10561646; DOI: 10.7717/peerj.16261;
  8. Quirk DA, Chung J, Schiller G, Cherin JM, Arens P, Sherman DA, Zeligson ER, Dalton DM, Awad LN, Walsh CJ. Reducing Back Exertion and Improving Confidence of Individuals with Low Back Pain with a Back Exosuit: A Feasibility Study for Use in BACPAC. Pain Med. 2023 Aug 04; 24(Suppl 1):S175-S186.View Related Profiles. PMID: 36794907; PMCID: PMC10403307; DOI: 10.1093/pm/pnad003;
  9. Sherman DA, Baumeister J, Stock MS, Murray AM, Bazett-Jones DM, Norte GE. Brain activation and single-limb balance following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Clin Neurophysiol. 2023 May; 149:88-99. PMID: 36933325
  10. Sherman DA, Baumeister J, Stock MS, Murray AM, Bazett-Jones DM, Norte GE. Brain activation and single-limb balance following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Clin Neurophysiol. 2023 Mar 09; 149:88-99. PMID: 36933325
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2021 National Athletic Trainers Association: GLATA Living Pinky Newell Graduate Scholarship
2019 The University of Toledo Graduate Council: Robert N. Memorial Scholarship
2016 Texas Health Resources, Arlington, TX: Mosaic Pin Award for Exemplary Modelling of Promise Behaviors
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