- FMRIB Plasticity Group Research Group
Postdoctoral Research Assistant
My primary interest is in the investigation of potential strategies for improving motor function after stroke.
Explicit motor sequence learning with the paretic arm after stroke.
Fleming MK. et al, (2018), Disabil Rehabil, 40, 323 - 328
Non-invasive brain stimulation for the lower limb after stroke: what do we know so far and what should we be doing next?
Fleming MK. et al, (2017), Disabil Rehabil, 39, 714 - 720
Reliability of Transcallosal Inhibition in Healthy Adults.
Fleming MK. and Newham DJ., (2016), Front Hum Neurosci, 10
The effect of combined somatosensory stimulation and task-specific training on upper limb function in chronic stroke: a double-blind randomized controlled trial.
Fleming MK. et al, (2015), Neurorehabil Neural Repair, 29, 143 - 152
Self-perceived utilization of the paretic arm in chronic stroke requires high upper limb functional ability.
Fleming MK. et al, (2014), Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 95, 918 - 924