Professor Dido Green
Honorary Professor - Health Sciences
Mary Seacole Building 301
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Brain and behaviour relationships using advanced imaging technology and neurophysiological methods;
Cerebral palsy and childhood stroke, developmental coordination disorder, autism spectrum disorders, participation, intervention development and evaluation, clinical guidelines, mixed methods.
I am interested in the identification of factors contributing to developmental and intervention outcomes across motor and psychosocial domains and participation, determination of time scales of motor learning and predictive modelling of response to treatment. This information is used to design and research interventions that are enjoyable, as well as effective, to achieve the best outcomes for children with childhood onset neuro-disability. I am interested in including the arts into health and rehabilitation and taking a creative and enterprising approach to provide novel solutions for the translation of research into rehabilitation and healthcare programmes.
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