About the Speaker

Prof Anand D Pandyan

Professor of Rehabilitation
Technology & Head of School
Keele University, UK

I am a bioengineer, with a special interest in neurological rehabilitation and applied clinical research. I completed my doctoral training at the Bioengineering Unit (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow). I have also gained five years of relevant postdoctoral experience Centre for Rehabilitation and Engineering Studies-CREST (with Profs G Johnson and M Barnes) where I established the neurological research exploring the phenomenon of spasticity. I came to Keele in March 2002 and was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2007. On becoming Professor I gave an inaugural lecture on Tuesday 25 October 2011, available online at: "Defining spasticity - the (slow) walk from being a lumper to a splitter". I was appointed to the position of Head of School on 1st Sept 2016.                                           


Topics

Track 11: Stroke Rehabilitation
Plenary Talk: Spasticity: Definitions and the Clinical-Engineering Interface for Practical Applications
Date  :  Friday, 8 September 2017
Time  :  1330
Venue  :   L1-S3
     
Abstract  :    TBA