I am a Research Fellow at the University of Surrey, working on projects aimed at improving our understanding of walking, and helping in the development of techniques and devices for the rehabilitation of people with mobility disorders.

I left school early and trained as a toolmakers apprentice in the manufacturing industry. I then studied for a BEng(Hons) in Robotics and Automated System, and built various walking robots. My interest in walking led me to join the NHS where I trained in Clinical Science at the Douglas Bader Rehabilitation Centre, and at St George's Hospital London, whilst undertaking an MSc in Biomedical Engineering. I then completed a PhD and developed a system that provides real-time biofeedback for lower limb amputees.

Here is my CV (as a pdf)

More details to come!