Welcome to the website for the Acquired Brain Injury Group at the University of East Anglia.
The driving force behind our research programme is the desire to make interventions for people with acquired brain injury even better, allowing many more people to resume the activities they did before they had a stroke.
Our research activity is focused on the identification, development and evaluation of therapies to enhance the normal everyday lives of people who have sustained what is known as Acquired Brain Injury. Participants in our studies may have a variety of diagnoses including; stroke, Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis. Our studies are designed to contribute to knowledge of:
To do this we combine clinical, neurophysiological and biomechanical investigations as appropriate for individual studies. More details can be found in our Current Projects, as well as in our Research Archive. Please also see NNUK Stroke Unit.
Professor Valerie Pomeroy PhD, BA, GradDipPhys, FCSP
Professor Jean Claude Baron
Professor Philip Rowe
Dr Susan Hunter
Dr Catherine Lang
Dr Andrew Kerr
Professor Duncan Turner
Professor Jane Burridge
Dr Jane Cross
Dr Marie-Luce O’Driscoll
Dr Ruth Turk
PA to Professor Valerie Pomeroy
Faculty of Medicine and Health
University of East Anglia
Tel. +44 (0)1603 591438
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