Books

2000. Guo, Zibin. Ginseng and Aspirin: Health Care Alternatives of Aging Chinese in New York City.  New York: Cornell University Press,.

Selected Peer-Reviewed Articles 

2018. Yu, L.; D. Wu; D. Ledesmaa; C. Davisa; R. Slaughtera; Z. Guo. Virtual Tai-Chi
System: A Smart-connected modality for rehabilitation. Journal of Smart Health. 9-10: Pp. 232-249.

2014. Guo, Z. “Dancing in the Chair: A Collaborative Effort of Developing and Implementing Wheelchair
Taijiquan.” In Roger Sanjek (ed) Mutuality: Anthropology's Changing Terms of Engagement. University of Penn Press.

2013. Barlew, Lauren, Janet Secrest, Zibin Guo, Nancy Fell and Glenn Haban. “The Experience of Being Grounded: a Phenomenological Study of Living with a Wheelchair.” Journal of Rehabilitation Nursing. 38(4):Pp.193-201. 

2012. Guo, Z. “Thirteen Postures of Wheelchair Taijiquan (Tai Chi): Wheelchair Use as An Instrument of Empowerment.” Journal of Technology and Innovation - Proceedings of the National Academy of Inventors.  13(4): Pp. 267-279.       

2010 . Guo, Z. “A Short Survey of the Development of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China”, Journal of Education about Asia, 15(2): 46-49.           

2010. Guo, Z. and Y. Zang  “Dancing in the Chair: Wheelchair Taijiquan for People with Ambulatory Impairment”, International Journal of Disability, Community & Rehabilitation, 9(1).  

2000. Guo, Z., Levy, B., Hinton, L., & Levkoff, S. The Power of labels: Recruiting Chinese American caregivers of dementia. Journal of Aging and Mental Health, 6(1): 103-112.           

2000. Hinton Wl, Zibin G, Hillygus J, Levkoff S.  Working With Culture: A Qualitative Analysis of Barriers to the Recruitment of Chinese-American Family Caregivers for Dementia Research. Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology 15(2): 119-137.