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Dr Silvia Del Din
Professor Lynn Rochester
Associations between daily-living physical activity and laboratory-based assessments of motor severity in patients with falls and Parkinson's disease2019
Professor Lynn Rochester
Professor Marcellinus Olde Rikkert
Dr Silvia Del Din
Is every-day walking in older adults more analogous to dual-task walking or to usual walking? Elucidating the gaps between gait performance in the lab and during 24/7 monitoring.2019
Dr Christopher Buckley
Dr Lisa Alcock
Rana Rehman
Dr Silvia Del Din
Dr Alison Yarnall
et al.
The role of movement analysis in diagnosing and monitoring neurodegenerative conditions: Insights from gait and postural control2019
Dr Fraser Birrell
Dr Silvia Del Din
Dr Susan Lord
Professor John Mathers
Developing a toolkit for the assessment and monitoring of musculoskeletal ageing2018
Dr Susan Lord
Professor Lynn Rochester
Dr Silvia Del Din
Discerning the contribution of balance and mobility to physical activity in community-dwelling octogenarians: A preliminary report.2018
Dr Silvia Del Din
Professor Lynn Rochester
Estimation of spatio-temporal parameters of gait from magneto-inertial measurement units: multicenter validation among Parkinson, mildly cognitively impaired and healthy older adults.2018
Dr Silvia Del Din
Professor Lynn Rochester
Everyday stepping quantity and quality among older adult fallers with and without mild cognitive impairment: Initial evidence for new motor markers of cognitive deficits?2018
Riona McArdle
Dr Rosie Morris
Aodhan Hickey
Dr Silvia Del Din
Professor Alan Thomas
et al.
Gait in Mild Alzheimer’s Disease: Feasibility of Multi-Center Measurement in the Clinic and Home with Body-Worn Sensors: A Pilot Study2018
Dr Annette Pantall
Dr Silvia Del Din
Professor Lynn Rochester
Longitudinal changes over thirty-six months in postural control dynamics and cognitive function in people with Parkinson's disease2018
Dr Annette Pantall
Dr Alison Yarnall
Dr Silvia Del Din
Professor Lynn Rochester
Postural dynamics are associated with cognitive decline in Parkinson's disease2018
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