I am a clinical lecturer working as a consultant neurologist and early career researcher. I am fascinated by the neural control of movement and how this is disturbed in clinical movement disorders.
Overriding aims of my research are to:
- improve the classification of abnormal movements
- use experimental work to gain insight into mechanism
- better quantify changes in disease severity
- develop novel movement retraining and neural stimulation treatments
My research interfaces motor control, computational neuroscience and clinical movement disorders within interdisciplinary and collaborative projects. I have over 50 peer-reviewed scientific papers and awards at the National and International Level