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Department of

Neuroscience Graduate Program

Photo of  Pierce Boyne, PT, DPT, PhD, NCS

Pierce Boyne, PT, DPT, PhD, NCS

Assistant Professor

Education/Credentials
  • PhD in Epidemiology : University of Cincinnati
  • Doctorate in Physical Therapy: University of Cincinnati
  • BS in Health Sciences: University of Cincinnati
Contact Information
  • Health Sciences Building - Rm 267
  • 3225 Eden Avenue
  • PO Box 670394
  • Cincinnati, Ohio 45267
  • Office 513-558-7499
  • Fax 513-558-7474
  • Email pierce.boyne@uc.edu

Peer Reviewed Publications

Boyne, Pierce; Meyrose, Colleen; Westover, Jennifer; Whitesel, Dustyn; Hatter, Kristal; Reisman, Darcy S; Carl, Daniel; Khoury, Jane C; Gerson, Myron; Kissela, Brett; Dunning, Kari 2020. Effects of Exercise Intensity on Acute Circulating Molecular Responses Poststroke. Neurorehabilitation and neural repair, 34 3, 222-234

Boyne, Pierce; Scholl, Victoria; Doren, Sarah; Carl, Daniel; Billinger, Sandra A; Reisman, Darcy S; Gerson, Myron; Kissela, Brett; Vannest, Jennifer; Dunning, Kari 2020. Locomotor training intensity after stroke: Effects of interval type and mode. Topics in stroke rehabilitation, , 1-11

Boyne, Pierce; Meyrose, Colleen; Westover, Jennifer; Whitesel, Dustyn; Hatter, Kristal; Reisman, Darcy S; Cunningham, David; Carl, Daniel; Jansen, Connor; Khoury, Jane C; Gerson, Myron; Kissela, Brett; Dunning, Kari 2019. Exercise intensity affects acute neurotrophic and neurophysiological responses poststroke. Journal of applied physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985), 126 2, 431-443

Roediger, Jan; Artusi, Carlo Alberto; Romagnolo, Alberto; Boyne, Pierce; Zibetti, Maurizio; Lopiano, Leonardo; Espay, Alberto J; Fasano, Alfonso; Merola, Aristide 2019. Effect of subthalamic deep brain stimulation on posture in Parkinson's disease: A blind computerized analysis. Parkinsonism & related disorders, 62 , 122-127

Boyne, Pierce; Maloney, Thomas; DiFrancesco, Mark; Fox, Michael D; Awosika, Oluwole; Aggarwal, Pushkar; Woeste, Jennifer; Jaroch, Laurel; Braswell, Daniel; Vannest, Jennifer 2018. Resting-state functional connectivity of subcortical locomotor centers explains variance in walking capacity. Human brain mapping, 39 12, 4831-4843

Boyne, Pierce; Billinger, Sandra; MacKay-Lyons, Marilyn; Barney, Brian; Khoury, Jane; Dunning, Kari 2017. Aerobic Exercise Prescription in Stroke Rehabilitation: A Web-Based Survey of US Physical Therapists. Journal of neurologic physical therapy : JNPT, 41 2, 119-128

Boyne, Pierce; Reisman, Darcy; Brian, Michael; Barney, Brian; Franke, Ava; Carl, Daniel; Khoury, Jane; Dunning, Kari 2017. Ventilatory threshold may be a more specific measure of aerobic capacity than peak oxygen consumption rate in persons with stroke. Topics in stroke rehabilitation, 24 2, 149-157

Boyne, Pierce; Welge, Jeffrey; Kissela, Brett; Dunning, Kari 2017. Factors Influencing the Efficacy of Aerobic Exercise for Improving Fitness and Walking Capacity After Stroke: A Meta-Analysis With Meta-Regression. Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation, 98 3, 581-595

Carl, Daniel L; Boyne, Pierce; Rockwell, Bradley; Gerson, Myron; Khoury, Jane; Kissela, Brett; Dunning, Kari 2017. Preliminary safety analysis of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) in persons with chronic stroke. Applied physiology, nutrition, and metabolism = Physiologie appliquee, nutrition et metabolisme, 42 3, 311-318

Fulk, George D; He, Ying; Boyne, Pierce; Dunning, Kari 2017. Predicting Home and Community Walking Activity Poststroke. Stroke, 48 2, 406-411

Boyne, Pierce; Dunning, Kari; Carl, Daniel; Gerson, Myron; Khoury, Jane; Rockwell, Bradley; Keeton, Gabriela; Westover, Jennifer; Williams, Alesha; McCarthy, Michael; Kissela, Brett 2016. High-Intensity Interval Training and Moderate-Intensity Continuous Training in Ambulatory Chronic Stroke: Feasibility Study. Physical therapy, 96 10, 1533-1544

Billinger, Sandra A; Boyne, Pierce; Coughenour, Eileen; Dunning, Kari; Mattlage, Anna 2015. Does aerobic exercise and the FITT principle fit into stroke recovery? Current neurology and neuroscience reports, 15 2, 519

Boyne, Pierce; Buhr, Sarah; Rockwell, Bradley; Khoury, Jane; Carl, Daniel; Gerson, Myron; Kissela, Brett; Dunning, Kari 2015. Predicting Heart Rate at the Ventilatory Threshold for Aerobic Exercise Prescription in Persons With Chronic Stroke. Journal of neurologic physical therapy : JNPT, 39 4, 233-40

Boyne, Pierce; Dunning, Kari; Carl, Daniel; Gerson, Myron; Khoury, Jane; Kissela, Brett 2015. Within-session responses to high-intensity interval training in chronic stroke. Medicine and science in sports and exercise, 47 3, 476-84

Page, Stephen J; Fulk, George D; Boyne, Pierce 2012. Clinically important differences for the upper-extremity Fugl-Meyer Scale in people with minimal to moderate impairment due to chronic stroke. Physical therapy, 92 6, 791-8

Badke, Mary Beth; Sherman, Jack; Boyne, Pierce; Page, Stephen; Dunning, Kari 2011. Tongue-based biofeedback for balance in stroke: results of an 8-week pilot study. Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation, 92 9, 1364-70

Boyne, Pierce; Israel, Susan; Dunning, Kari 2011. Speed-dependent body weight supported sit-to-stand training in chronic stroke: a case series. Journal of neurologic physical therapy : JNPT, 35 4, 178-84

Fulk, George D; Ludwig, Miriam; Dunning, Kari; Golden, Sue; Boyne, Pierce; West, Trent 2011. Estimating clinically important change in gait speed in people with stroke undergoing outpatient rehabilitation. Journal of neurologic physical therapy : JNPT, 35 2, 82-9

Boyne, Pierce; Dunning, Kari; Levine, Peter; Hermann, Valerie Hill; Page, Stephen J 2010. Orthotic functional electrical stimulation following botulinum toxin for a young adult with severe hand impairment due to childhood stroke. Physiotherapy theory and practice, 26 4, 267-74

Boyne, Pierce; Dunning, Kari; Carl, Daniel; Gerson, Myron; Khoury, Jane; Kissela, Brett . High-intensity interval training in stroke rehabilitation. Topics in stroke rehabilitation, 20 4, 317-30

Fulk, George D; Ludwig, Miriam; Dunning, Kari; Golden, Sue; Boyne, Pierce; West, Trent . How much change in the stroke impact scale-16 is important to people who have experienced a stroke? Topics in stroke rehabilitation, 17 6, 477-83