University of Plymouth
Jenny Freeman is a Professor in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation within the Faculty of Health and Human Sciences at Plymouth University. She teaches across all levels of undergraduate and post-graduate studies, with a particular focus on neurological rehabilitation and research methods. Her research programme, which is predominately within the field of MS, centres on the development and evaluation of complex rehabilitation interventions; reflecting the priority given by health services to providing evidence based management. A key focus is on the rehabilitation of impaired mobility and balance. Her research is grounded on her longstanding clinical expertise in neurological physiotherapy, for which she has an ongoing NHS clinical commitment.
Exercise in MS
There is now considerable evidence to demonstrate the benefits of exercise for people with MS. Keeping up to date with current literature on the topic, however, can be difficult given the rapid developments in this field. This session therefore aims to provide an overview of current evidence extending from scientific studies to clinical guidelines, to directly inform clinical practice.
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Himanshu Tyagi UCL Institute of Neurology
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Dr Claire Hanley Swansea University
Stimulating the Ageing Brain
Jana Middlebrook Ottobock
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Ali Mazaheri Centre for Human Brain Health, University of Birmingham
EEG oscillations during word processing can predict vulnerability to Alzheimer's disease
Jonathan Marsden University of Plymouth
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