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Dr Owen Jeffries
Dr Brook Galna
An analysis of variability in power output during indoor and outdoor cycling time-trials2019
Dr Brook Galna
Professor Lynn Rochester
42/Aβ40 and Aβ42/Aβ38 Ratios Are Associated with Measures of Gait Variability and Activities of Daily Living in Mild Alzheimer's Disease: A Pilot Study2018
Dr Sam Stuart
Dr Brook Galna
Professor Lynn Rochester
Dr Lisa Alcock
Do People with Parkinson's Disease Look at Task Relevant Stimuli When Walking? An Exploration of Eye Movements2018
Dr Lisa Alcock
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Susan Lord
Professor Lynn Rochester
Gait & Posture Special Issue: Gait adaptations in response to obstacle type in fallers with Parkinson's disease2018
Dr Sam Stuart
Dr Susan Lord
Dr Brook Galna
Professor Lynn Rochester
Saccade frequency response to visual cues during gait in Parkinson's disease: the selective role of attention2018
Dr Lisa Alcock
Dr Brook Galna
Professor Richard Perkins
Dr Susan Lord
Professor Lynn Rochester
et al.
Step length determines minimum toe clearance in older adults and people with Parkinson’s disease2018
Dr Christopher Buckley
Dr Brook Galna
Professor Lynn Rochester
Upper body accelerations as a biomarker of gait impairment in the early stages of Parkinson’s disease2018
Dr Silvia Del Din
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Alan Godfrey
Professor Lynn Rochester
Analysis of free-living gait in older adults with and without Parkinson's disease and with and without a history of falls: identifying generic and disease specific characteristics.2017
Professor Lynn Rochester
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Susan Lord
Dr Alison Yarnall
Dr Rosie Morris
et al.
Decrease in Aβ42 predicts dopa-resistant gait progression in early Parkinson’s disease2017
Dr Sam Stuart
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Louise Delicato
Dr Susan Lord
Professor Lynn Rochester
et al.
Direct and indirect effects of attention and visual function on gait impairment in Parkinson's disease: influence of task and turning2017
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