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    United Kingdom

19982021

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Research Interests

My research focuses upon the development of novel approaches to the amelioration of age-related cognitive and behavioural dysfunction. In this context, a pivotal role is ascribed to methods and applications that optimise the utilisation of adaptive brain plasticity. Much of my current clinical and pre-clinical research has a specific emphasis upon the neuro-rehabilitation of stroke survivors. I am involved in the development and clinical evaluation of a number of novel, targeted non-pharmacological rehabilitation interventions. Another current area of enquiry is the scientific basis of interventions that may be used harness brain plasticity during periods of limb immobilisation, with the aim of maintaining functional capacity in older persons who have sustained injuries as a result of a fall.

Teaching

PSY2064 Perception and Psychobiology

Particulars

Journal of Motor Behavior: A Multidisciplinary Journal of Movement Neuroscience -

published by Taylor and Francis, London

Editor Emeritus 

Human Movement Science - published by Elsevier, Amsterdam.

Associate Editor (August 1995 and continuing)

Acta Psychologica - published by Elsevier, Amsterdam.

Editorial Board Member (January 2006 and continuing) 

Frontiers in Movement Science and Sport Psychology

Review Editor (February 2013 and continuing)

Achievements

Fellow of Trinity College Dublin

Vice-President International Society of Motor Control (July 2011 – July 2015)

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

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