Dr Andrew Kerr

Senior Lecturer

Biomedical Engineering

Personal statement

My primary research interest is the study of human movement. This has been shaped from many years as a physiotherapist; practising, teaching and researching. I am currently working on a number of projects using technology to support and optimise neurorehabilitation. I am particularly interested in the recovery of community mobility.

Publications

Creating a real-time movement sonification system as an upper-limb rehabilitation intervention for stroke survivors
Nown TH, Kerr A, Andonovic I, Grealy M, Tachtatzis C
BioMedEng22 (2022)
Developing a real-time movement sonification system for upper-limb rehabilitation for stroke survivors
Nown Thomas H, Kerr Andrew, Andonovic Ivan, Grealy Madeleine A, Tachtatzis Christos
44th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society 44th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC'22) (2022)
A mapping review of real-time movement sonification systems for movement rehabilitation
Nown Thomas H, Upadhyay Priti, Kerr Andrew, Andonovic Ivan, Tachtatzis Christos, Grealy Madeleine A
IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering, pp. 1-16 (2022)
https://doi.org/10.1109/RBME.2022.3187840
A co-creation centre for accessible rehabilitation technology
Kerr Andy, Grealy Madeleine Ann, Kuschmann Anja, Rutherford Rosie, Rowe Philip
Frontiers in Rehabilitation Sciences: Translational Research in Rehabilitation Vol 2 (2022)
https://doi.org/10.3389/fresc.2021.820929
Investigating the relationships between three important functional tasks early after stroke : movement characteristics of sit-to-stand, sit-to-walk and walking
Chandler Elizabeth Ann, Stone Thomas, Pomeroy Valerie Moyra, Clark Allan Brian, Kerr Andrew, Rowe Phillip, Ugbolue Ukadike Chris, Smith Jessica, Hancock Nicola Joanne
Frontiers in Neurology Vol 12 (2021)
https://doi.org/10.3389/fneur.2021.660383
Experiences of augmented arm rehabilitation including supported self-management after stroke : a qualitative investigation
Schnabel Stefanie, van Wijk Frederike, Bain Brenda, Barber Mark, Dall Phillipa, Fleming Alexander, Kerr Andrew, Langhorne Peter, McConnachie Alex, Molloy Kathleen, Stanley Bethany, Kidd Lisa, Young Heather Jane
Clinical Rehabilitation (2020)
https://doi.org/10.1177/0269215520956388

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Professional activities

New research improving rehabilitation for stroke survivors
Recipient
15/11/2021
PhD Thesis exam
Examiner
1/2/2021
Rehabilitation technology to support mobility in Parkinson’s
Speaker
23/1/2021
Web Based Physiotherapy for People Undergoing Stroke Rehabilitation
Examiner
26/10/2020
Connecting with Industry workshop
Consultant
19/8/2020
National Health and Medical Research Council (Australia) (External organisation)
Advisor
14/4/2020

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Projects

Development of the Centre for Co Creation of Rehabilitation Technology (CCRT)
Kerr, Andy (Principal Investigator) Rowe, Philip (Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2022 - 31-Jan-2024
Occupational Biomechanics with the proposed topic centered on Musculoskeletal pain among static workforce
Kerr, Andy (Principal Investigator)
01-Jan-2021 - 01-Jan-2024
The Sir Jules Thorn Centre for Co-Creation of Rehabilitation Technology
Kerr, Andy (Principal Investigator)
17-Jan-2020 - 17-Jan-2025
Truck 2 year follow-up and health economics | Kerr, Ruaridh
Rowe, Philip (Principal Investigator) Kerr, Andy (Co-investigator) Kerr, Ruaridh (Research Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2020 - 01-Jan-2024
Centre for Excellence in Rehabilitation Research | Campbell, Rhona
Kerr, Andy (Principal Investigator) Buis, Arjan (Co-investigator) Campbell, Rhona (Research Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2019 - 01-Jan-2023
Truck 2 year follow-up and health economics | Keogh, Maisie
Rowe, Philip (Principal Investigator) Kerr, Andy (Co-investigator) Keogh, Maisie (Research Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2019 - 01-Jan-2023

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Address

Biomedical Engineering
Wolfson Building

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