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Professor Janet Eyre
Professor Elaine McColl
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Peter James
PB-PG-1208-18203-NIHR Research for Benefit Programme - Final report: Limbs Alive: Use of computer games to provide motivating, child centred therapy to improve bimanual skills for hemiplegic cerebral palsy2021
Dr Lin Tang
Shane Halloran
Dr Jian Shi
Dr Yu Guan
Dr Chunzheng Cao
et al.
Evaluating upper limb function after stroke using the free-living accelerometer data2020
Dr Jian Shi
Professor Janet Eyre
Nonlinear mixed-effects scalar-on-function models and variable selection2020
Dr Jian Shi
Professor Janet Eyre
Automatic detection of significant areas for functional data with directional error control2019
Shane Halloran
Dr Jian Shi
Dr Yu Guan
Xi Chen
Michael Dunne-Willows
et al.
Remote cloud-based automated stroke rehabilitation assessment using wearables2018
Dr Anna Basu
Emma Kirkpatrick
Blythe Wright
Janice Pearse
Kate Best
et al.
The Tyneside Pegboard Test: Development, validation, and observations in unilateral cerebral palsy2018
Dr Gary Ushaw
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Graham Morgan
A Paradigm for the Development of Serious Games for Health as Benefit Delivery Systems2017
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
Dr Lisa Shaw
Dr Helen Bosomworth
Lydia Aird
Dr Natasha Alvarado
et al.
Robot Assisted Training for the Upper Limb after Stroke (RATULS): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial2017
Dr Gary Ushaw
Dr Rich Davison
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Graham Morgan
Adopting Best Practices from the Games Industry in Development of Serious Games for Health2015
Dr Sara Graziadio
Professor Kianoush Nazarpour
Sabine Gretenkord
Professor Andrew Jackson
Professor Janet Eyre
et al.
Greater intermanual transfer in the elderly suggests age-related bilateral motor cortex activation is compensatory2015
Dr Javier Serradilla
Erin Baker
Hannah Preston
Charlotte Lambden
Janice Pearse
et al.
How does the assisting hand assessment relate to relative upper limb movement measured by actigraphy in children with hemiplegia?2015
Dr Helen Bosomworth
Lydia Aird
John Dawson
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Tracy Finch
et al.
Robot Assisted Training for the Upper Limb after Stroke (RATULS)2015
Dr Helen Bosomworth
Lydia Aird
John Dawson
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Tracy Finch
et al.
Robot Assisted Training for the Upper Limb after Stroke (RATULS)2015
Professor Janet Eyre
Charlotte Lambden
Upper limb rehabilitation: Positive dose response relationship for therapeutic video games2015
Professor Janet Eyre
Charlotte Lambden
Dr Graham Morgan
Dr Javier Serradilla
Upper limb rehabilitation: Positive dose response relationship for therapeutic video games2015
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Javier Serradilla
Yafeng Cheng
Dr Graham Morgan
Charlotte Lambden
et al.
An algorithm assessing upper limb function after stroke from action video gameplay for remote monitoring of home-based rehabilitation: Validity and sensitivity to change2014
Dr Javier Serradilla
Dr Jian Shi
Yafeng Cheng
Dr Graham Morgan
Charlotte Lambden
et al.
Automatic assessment of upper limb function during play of the action video game, circus challenge: validity and sensitivity to change2014
Martin Scott
Dr William Blewitt
Dr Gary Ushaw
Dr Jian Shi
Dr Graham Morgan
et al.
Automating assessment in video game teletherapy: Data cutting2014
Dr Sara Graziadio
Dr Rich Davison
Kholood Shalabi
Dr Gary Ushaw
Dr Graham Morgan
et al.
Bespoke Video Games to Provide Early Response Markers to Identify the Optimal Strategies for Maximizing Rehabilitation2014
Dr Rich Davison
Dr Sara Graziadio
Kholood Shalabi
Dr Gary Ushaw
Dr Graham Morgan
et al.
Early response markers from video games for rehabilitation strategies2014
Emma Kirkpatrick
Janice Pearse
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Anna Basu
Parent-delivered play-based therapy improves hand function in hemiplegic cerebral palsy2014
Maha AlGabbani
Dr Graham Morgan
Professor Janet Eyre
Positive relationship between duration of action video game play and visuospatial executive function in children2014
Professor Janet Eyre
Ian Harvey
Professor Thomas Lennard
Professor Alison Tyson-Capper
Dr Annette Meeson
et al.
Reversing paclitaxel resistance in ovarian cancer cells via inhibition of the ABCB1 expressing side population2014
Dr Gary Ushaw
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Graham Morgan
An Efficient Application of Gesture Recognition from a 2D Camera for Rehabilitation of Patients with Impaired Dexterity2013
Dr Gary Ushaw
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Graham Morgan
An Efficient Application of Gesture Recognition from a 2D Camera for Rehabilitation of Patients with Impaired Dexterity2013
Emma Kirkpatrick
Janice Pearse
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Anna Basu
Compliance with a parent-delivered play-based therapy approach to upper limb rehabilitation in hemiplegic cerebral palsy2013
Dr Jian Shi
Yafeng Cheng
Dr Javier Serradilla
Dr Graham Morgan
Charlotte Lambden
et al.
Evaluating functional ability of upper limbs after stroke using video game data2013
Dr Jian Shi
Yafeng Cheng
Dr Javier Serradilla
Dr Graham Morgan
Charlotte Lambden
et al.
Evaluating Functional Ability of Upper Limbs after Stroke Using Video Game Data2013
Dr Javier Serradilla
Dr Graham Morgan
Charlotte Lambden
Professor Gary Ford
Dr Christopher Price
et al.
Evaluating Functional Ability of Upper Limbs after Stroke Using Video Game Data2013
Emma Kirkpatrick
Janice Pearse
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Anna Basu
Motor planning in childhood hemiplegia is biomechanically constrained2013
Dr Anna Basu
Professor Janet Eyre
A plea for consideration of the less-affected hand in therapeutic approaches to hemiplegia2012
Dr Daniel Birchall
Dr Laura Fawcett
Professor Janet Eyre
Henoch-Schonlein Purpura With Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome2012
Dr Anna Basu
Emma Kirkpatrick
Janice Pearse
Professor Janet Eyre
Quantification of bimanual dexterity deficits in children with hemiplegia with a modified peg test2012
Dr Sara Graziadio
Professor Janet Eyre
The myth of the 'unaffected' side after unilateral stroke: Is reorganisation of the non-infarcted corticospinal system to re-establish balance the price for recovery?2012
Emma Kirkpatrick
Dr Anna Basu
Professor Janet Eyre
Comparison of Electroencephalography and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation as Downstream Measures of the Neurophysiological Response to Action Observation2011
Dr Anna Basu
Janice Pearse
Emma Kirkpatrick
Professor Janet Eyre
Raising awareness of the myth of the "unaffected hand" in childhood hemiplegia2011
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Dr Michael Firbank
Nicola Barnett
Dr Urs Mosimann
Professor Janet Eyre
et al.
Visual hallucinations in dementia with Lewy bodies: transcranial magnetic stimulation study2011
Dr Anna Basu
Dr Sara Graziadio
Dr Gavin Clowry
Professor Janet Eyre
Developmental Plasticity Connects Visual Cortex to Motoneurons After Stroke2010
Dr Sara Graziadio
Dr Anna Basu
Professor Janet Eyre
Developmental Tuning and Decay in Senescence of Oscillations Linking the Corticospinal System2010
Dr Anna Basu
Dr Sara Graziadio
Dr Gavin Clowry
Professor Janet Eyre
Response to Dr Papathanasiou2010
Dr Anna Basu
Dr Sara Graziadio
Dr Gavin Clowry
Professor Janet Eyre
Visual Cortical Neurophysiology with Ipsilateral Sensorimotor Cortical Lesions Response2010
Janice Pearse
Professor Janet Eyre
Botulinum toxin injection of biceps brachii significantly increases the efficacy of occupational therapy in hemiplegic cerebral pals: a randomised, double blinded, placebo controlled study.2009
Dr Sara Graziadio
Dr Anna Basu
Professor Janet Eyre
Development of contralateral and ipsilateral cortico-muscular coherence from childhood to old age2008
Dr Lyvia Dabydeen
Dr Julian Thomas
Tessa Aston
Professor Sunil Sinha
Professor Janet Eyre
et al.
High-energy and -protein diet increases brain and corticospinal tract growth in term and preterm infants after perinatal brain injury2008
Dr Anna Basu
Dr Gary Green
Professor Janet Eyre
Induced gamma oscillations and fMRI BOLD response are inversely related to difficulty of speech perception task2008
Dr Nadhim Bayatti
Dr Subrot Sarma
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Demetrius Vouyiouklis
Emerita Professor Susan Lindsay
et al.
Progressive loss of PAX6, TBR2, NEUROD and TBR1 mRNA gradients correlates with translocation of EMX2 to the cortical plate during human cortical development2008
Professor Janet Eyre
Corticospinal tract development and its plasticity after perinatal injury2007
Dr Anna Basu
Dr Thomas Kelly
Sebastian Mafeld
Professor Janet Eyre
Evidence for a lack of early structural facial encoding in a child with prosopagnosia acquired in infancy2007
Dr Anna Basu
Sebastian Mafeld
Professor Janet Eyre
Evoked potentials reveal a smaller P2 to photos of own face compared with famous and unknown faces.2007
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Lyvia Dabydeen
Dr Gavin Clowry
Is hemiplegic cerebral palsy equivalent to amblyopia of the corticospinal system?2007
Dr Anna Basu
Dr Gary Green
Dr Karen Fisher
Professor Janet Eyre
A face-specific potential identified by independent component analysis distinguishes between upright and inverted faces in individual subjects2005
Dr Anna Basu
Dr Gary Green
Sam Johnson
Professor Janet Eyre
Gamma oscillations induced by speech recognition2005
Dr Anna Basu
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Anil Gholkar OBE
Dr Nadeem Moghal
Cerebral vasculitis in a teenager with Goodpasture's syndrome2004
Professor Janet Eyre
Margaret Smith
Dr Federico Villagra
Dr Lyvia Dabydeen
Congenital hemiplegia: A potentially treatable disorder?2004
Professor Janet Eyre
Developmental aspects of corticospinal projections2004
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Martin Smith
Dr Federico Villagra
The critical time window for reorganisation of the corticospinal tracts ends close to the perinatal period in man2004
Professor Janet Eyre
Development and plasticity of the corticospinal system in man2003
Dr Federico Villagra
Dr Gavin Clowry
Professor Janet Eyre
Abnormal corticospinal function but normal axonal guidance in human L1CAM mutations2001
Dr Federico Villagra
Dr Gavin Clowry
Professor Janet Eyre
Abnormal corticospinal function but normal axonal guidance in human L1CAM mutations2001
Dr Rob Forsyth
Dr Thomas Kelly
Simon Kendall
Professor Janet Eyre
Cognitive and adaptive outcomes and age at insult effects after non-traumatic coma2001
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Andrew Metcalfe
Comparison of spinal myotatic reflexes in human adults investigated with cross-correlation and signal averaging methods2001
Professor Janet Eyre
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Dr Federico Villagra
Evidence of activity-dependent withdrawal of corticospinal projections during human development2001
Dr Rob Forsyth
Dr Thomas Kelly
Professor Janet Eyre
Incidence, aetiology, and outcome of non-traumatic coma: A population based study2001
Dr Gavin Clowry
Professor Janet Eyre
Reciprocal and Renshaw (recurrent) inhibition are functional in man at birth2001
Professor Janet Eyre
Short latency heteronymous excitatory and inhibitory reflexes between antagonist and heteronymous muscles of the human shoulder and upper limb2001
Dr Rob Forsyth
Professor Janet Eyre
Michael Clarke
Visual impairment in children with acute non-traumatic coma2001
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Gavin Clowry
Functional corticospinal projections are established prenatally in the human foetus permitting involvement in the development of spinal motor centres2000
Dr Thomas Kelly
Professor Janet Eyre
Specific attention and executive function deficits in the long-term outcome of severe closed head injury1999
Dr Vankateswara Ramesh
Professor Janet Eyre
Abnormal development of biceps brachii phasic stretch reflex and persistence of short latency heteronymous reflexes from biceps to triceps brachii in spastic cerebral palsy1998
Dr Deborah Matthews
Professor Janet Eyre
Modified hormonal effects on fat metabolism after severe head injury in children1996