The Living with Stroke and other long term neurological conditions (LTNC) research group is co-led by:

Researcher 1B

Naomi Clark is a researcher in the School of Health and Life Sciences, working on the CSO and Stroke Association funded HEADS: UP project. Naomi graduated from the University of Glasgow in 2017 with a BSc Hons in Psychology.

Lecturer in Occupational Therapy
Department of Occupational Therapy, and Human Nutrition & Dietetics

Fiona joined the Occupational Therapy team at GCU as a lecturer in 2014. Within the Department of Occupational Therapy, Human Nutrition and Dietetics Fiona is the Common Good lead and Academic Disability Coordinator.

Research Fellow
NMAHP

Sylvia is a Research Fellow in the School of Health and Life Sciences with a background in managing trials in the area of Women's Health, in particular Pelvic Organ Prolapse, and Stroke.

Joe Hall BSc Social Sciences and Media
PhD Researcher

Joe started as a full-time PhD researcher in October 2018. His PhD project aims to explore the individual and social factors that encourage stroke survivors to positively reconfigure their identity following stroke.

Senior Lecturer

Dr Don Knox is a senior lecturer in Audio Technology at Glasgow Caledonian University. He completed his PhD in audio signal processing in 2004 in collaboration with the Centre for Music Technology at Glasgow University.

Lecturer in Podiatry
Department of Podiatry and Radiography

Danny’s background is in physics and electronics. Danny has worked with a number of Allied Health Professional and clinical staff for many years developing instrumentation and measurement techniques.

Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy
Department of Physiotherapy & Paramedicine

Dr Shiv Shanmugam's specialisms are in upper limb function in neurological patients, physical activity and health, and education: enhancing student learning, teaching, assessment and feedback.