The researchers test an AI software to understand if it should be used for diagnosis of stroke in hospitals.
This research can help to improve research and care for complex thinking problems that stand in the way of a stroke survivor’s abilities to undertake everyday activities.
This research will help understand the role of the relationship between a stroke survivor and the health care professional to improve the outcomes of rehabilitation for the long-term.
Dysarthria is a type of speech problem. This research aims to understand the recovery from this speech problem, and how to measure it. This can lead the way for better treatments and care to be developed.
The Stroke Association is part of the Patient and Public Involvement Strategy, led by Dr Ava Easton on a grant worth £2.3 million to investigate the neurological and neuropsychiatric effects of COVID-19.
We want to help as many people as possible live the best lives they can. One of the key ways we do this is by funding research into more effective treatments, rehabilitation and after-stroke care.
Links between stroke and coronavirus (COVID-19) have hit the headlines over the last year. But we still don’t know if the virus can cause stroke, in whom, and how.
Our fellows will develop their skills and experience, and spark new collaborations in order to lead their own innovative research projects. These research projects can improve treatment and care for people affected by stroke.
Our lecturers lead innovative research projects, and support and mentor early career researchers to help establish a strong research community in the UK. Together, researchers can drive improvements in treatment and care for people affected by stroke.
This research builds on an existing UK study, looking at stroke in patients with and without COVID-19. The researchers look to understand the links between COVID-19 and stroke, and the effects of treatments.