Professor Val Pomeroy is a professor of Neurorehabilitation and Associate Director of Research for the School of Health Sciences. Her research upon stroke rehabilitation specifically; recovery of movement control and functional activity through identifying underlying mechanisms to inform the content of rehabilitation interventions in clinical trials.
Medical Device Development Lead
Dr. Peter Jarritt is the Deputy Director of the NIHR Brain Injury HTC. He is currently undertaking projects with Health Education East of England and The Academy for Healthcare Science. He previously held appointments as: Clinical Director of Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering at Addenbrooke’s Hospital; Lead Scientist for the EoE Strategic Health Authority; Chief Executive, Northern Ireland Regional Medical Physics Agency; Honorary Professor, Queen’s University Belfast; Scientific Director, Northern Ireland PET Institute. Lecturer and Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Nuclear Medicine, UCL.
- ApplTree – Memory aid software for people with acquired brain injury, Dr, Matthew Jamieson, University of Glasgow
- Closing the digital divide and enhancing participation in social and leisure activities for individuals with acquired brain injury through near field communication technology, Professor Rachel McCrindle, University of Reading
- Contracture and Spasticity Management using ORLAU Standing Frame, Dr. Andrew Roberts, Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Development of sensory stimulating orthotic insoles to aid balance and independent walking following brain injury, Dr. Kristen Hollands, University of Salford
- Development of virtual-reality based concussion assessment prototype, Dr Michael Grey, University of East Anglia (UEA)
- Multidisciplinary Computer-Based Motor and Language Therapy for Acquired Brain Injury, Dr. Holly Robson, University of Reading
- Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), Dr. Andrew Bateman
- Tele-Rehabilitation Device to Enhance Walking Following Traumatic Brain Injury, Dr. Celia Clarke, University of East Anglia
- Tablet-based App Development for Upper- Limb Stroke Rehabilitation, Dr. Sheree McCormick, Manchester Metropolitan University