I was an engineer, a scientist and academic. I worked on projects aimed at improving quality of life, understanding walking, 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)

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