Academic staff

Dr Robert Gray

Dr Robert Gray

Reader in Perception & Action

Dr Rob Gray’s work illuminates the dynamics of perception, cognition, and action in skilled performance. His work has the admirable quality of advancing perception-action theory while directly relating to applied problems. He brings real-world activities into the laboratory, where he rigorously investigates fundamental issues related to performance (American Psychological ...

Dr Michael J. Grey

Dr Michael J. Grey

Reader in Motor Neuroscience

60 second video icon Dr Grey is a motor neuroscience physiologist with interests in cortical/spinal plasticity and neurorehabilitation. He uses non-invasive electrophysiology, transcranial magnetic stimulation and neuroimaging techniques to study human movement. He has a particular interest in acquired brain injury including stroke and concussion.

Dr Martin Lakie

Dr Martin Lakie

Reader in Applied Physiology

Dr Fran├žois-Xavier Li

Dr Fran├žois-Xavier Li

Lecturer in Motor Control and Learning
Admission Tutor
Theme Leader "Optimal Performance"

Dr François-Xavier Li is primarily interested in the optimisation of movement in a variety of contexts, population (elite to elderly) and tasks (running, cycling, golf, walking). He is also Admissions Tutor for the BSc Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences

Dr Raymond Reynolds

Dr Raymond Reynolds

Lecturer in Motor Control

Dr Raymond Reynolds has a wide range of interests within the field of human motor control. This includes vestibular control of balance, for which he has recently been awarded a BBSRC New Investigator grant to study the effect of age on vestibular reflexes.