Ed’s Weblog

…now my real blog


About Me

I obtained my Mechanical Engineering degree from Nottingham University in 1993, and went on to complete a PhD in Bioengineering at Strathclyde University in 1999. From there I spent 4 years in the Netherlands at Delft University of Technology and am now working as a post-doc in Biomedical Engineering at Case Western Reserve University and the VA FES Center in Cleveland Ohio.

Current Research

I’m currently based in Cleveland, Ohio, and working as a researcher in the field of biomedical engineering. My main areas of research are biomechanical modelling of the upper limb, human movement analysis and motor control. I’m currently interested in the causes of shoulder pain in stroke and its relationship to gleno-humeral instability, the use of FES (Functional Electrical Stimulation) in the treatment of shoulder pain and the restoration of arm function, and the mechanisms governing shoulder stability and control in general. See my COS Profile for more information.

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