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Dr Lawrence Moon

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  1. Denise Duricki First/primary/lead supervisor

    Wolfson Centre for Age Related Diseases

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Functional recovery in young adult and aged rats following delayed, intramuscular treatment with neurotrophin-3 after focal stroke injury.

    1/10/20081/09/2012

  2. Christina Wayman First/primary/lead supervisor

    Wolfson Centre for Age Related Diseases

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Neurotrophin-3 as a promoter of spinal cord plasticity in the distal middle cerebral artery occlusion model of stroke

    1/10/20121/03/2017

  3. Sotiris Kakanos First/primary/lead supervisor

    Wolfson Centre for Age Related Diseases

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Machine learning, robotics and neural repair

    1/06/20161/07/2020

  4. Jared Sydney-Smith First/primary/lead supervisor

    Wolfson Centre for Age Related Diseases

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Improving sensorimotor deficits after spinal cord injury with peripheral Neurotrophin-3

    1/10/20171/05/2022

  5. Sara Soleman First/primary/lead supervisor

    Wolfson Centre for Age Related Diseases

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Collateral sprouting within the CNS and PNS: Promoting strategies for neuronal plasticity and functional recovery after stroke

    11/06/20071/07/2011

  6. Edward Fletcher

    Wolfson Centre for Age Related Diseases

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Investigating Chondroitin Sulphate Proteoglycans as a Potential Therapeutic Target for Parkinson's Disease

    1/10/20121/02/2017

  7. Claudia Kathe First/primary/lead supervisor

    Wolfson Centre for Age Related Diseases

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Improving Mobility after Corticospinal Injury

    3/10/20111/08/2016

  8. Dhireshan Gadiagellan First/primary/lead supervisor

    Wolfson Centre for Age Related Diseases

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Neural Repair and Robotics: The in-cage automation of a test for dexterity after stroke

    8/04/20131/01/2018

  9. Thomas Hutson First/primary/lead supervisor

    Wolfson Centre for Age Related Diseases

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The use of molecular techniques to investigate genetic targets for enhancing CNS neurite outgrowth

    1/10/20061/10/2010

  10. Ilyaas Javid

    Wolfson Centre for Age Related Diseases

    Doctor of Philosophy

    We aim to use Adeno-associated viral vectors contraining human Neurorophin 3 combined with automated rehabilitation to treat loss of fine motor control following stroke. This will be assessed with reaching and grasping tasks in rodents

    5/02/201823/07/2021

  11. Ilyaas Javid

    Wolfson Centre for Age Related Diseases

    Doctor of Philosophy

    We aim to use Adeno-associated viral vectors contraining human Neurorophin 3 combined with automated rehabilitation to treat loss of fine motor control following stroke. This will be assessed with reaching and grasping tasks in rodents

    5/02/2018 → …

  12. Vanessa Megaro

    Wolfson Centre for Age Related Diseases

    Doctor of Philosophy

    A novel method for improving sensorimotor recovery after spinal cord injury

    1/10/2018 → …

  13. Vanessa Megaro

    Wolfson Centre for Age Related Diseases

    Doctor of Philosophy

    A novel method for improving sensorimotor recovery after spinal cord injury

    1/10/20184/08/2021

  14. Tatum Cummins

    Wolfson Centre for Age Related Diseases

    Doctor of Philosophy

    An investigation of pain mechanisms in human volunteers using psychophysics

    1/10/201722/03/2019

  15. Naomi Roopnarine

    Wolfson Centre for Age Related Diseases

    Master of Philosophy

    Clinical translation of chondroitinase as a therapy for spinal cord injury

    1/02/2021 → …

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