Dr Nick Ward
Plasticity and Recovery
We use structural and functional brain imaging to study how reorganisation of brain networks supports recovery of upper limb movement after stroke.
Our goal is to understand the mechanisms of recovery so that we might predict both optimal treatments of upper limb impairment and long term outcomes after stroke.
If you are not sure where to find the information you are looking for try one of these links:
Slides available from recent WardLab talks:
- Talk from European Stroke Conference
- UCL Institute of Neurology MSc course lecture on Motor recovery after stroke 2016
recovery – what is the future? From World Congress of Neurology, Santiago
- Nick's slides from National Brain Injury Symposium on Brain Plasticity & Neurorehabilitation now available
- Well done Anna Kuppuswamy on your UK Stroke Forum lecture on mechanisms of post-stroke fatigue!
- Nick's slides from UK Stroke Forum Plenary lecture on 'Measuring the effects of neuroplasticity enhancement after stroke' available
- Nick's slides on 'Structural and functional imaging for neurorehabilitation' delivered at Neurorehabilitation meeting in Graz
- Nick talking about assistive technology for arm rehabilitation to stroke survivors and carers at the Royal Society of Medicine's Medicine & Me series
- Nick was talking on 'Managing the upper limb after stroke' at Royal Society of Medicine's Technology in Medicine series - stroke rehabilitation