Monthly Archives: January 2016

The use and abuse of brain stimulation 2

Brain zapping, or non-invasive brain stimulation, in all its forms, has hit the mainstream.  You can even watch a YouTube video about how to build your very own not-approved-for-human-use transcranial magnetic stimulation machine!  Light-heartedness aside, the therapeutic benefits of brain stimulation are regularly highlighted in the news, and the number […]

Interview: Professor Simon Gandevia talks about Ageing

In a recent interview, Simon Gandevia talks about a recently published review article by Stephen Lord, Kim Delbaere and himself which examined how motor impairments become more prevalent with ageing and how careful physiological measurement and appropriate interventions offer a way to maximise health across the life span. PUBLICATION: Lord SR, […]

2015 Highlights from the Motor Impairment Group at NeuRA

Members of the Motor Impairment Research Program conducted a randomized controlled trial to assess whether step training can improve physical and neuropsychological measures associated with falls in people with multiple sclerosis (MS). 50 people with MS participated in the trial in which intervention group participants (n = 28) performed step […]