I head the Biological Learning and Rehabilitation group.

We are focused on developing and translating engineering tools for neurorehabilitation. We interersted in both tools for training, and methods for the quantitative assessment of movement behaviour.

Effective tools and methods can only result from a good understanding of the science behind healthy and stroke affected motor control and learning. Thus, we also carry out human motor control/learning studies that have relevance to neurorehabilitation.