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Prof Robert van Deursen 


Current Research Students

Alejandro Meana Esteban (PhD full-time) - The biomechanical and circulatory effects of physical exercise on the lower limb in people with diabetic neuropathy: prevention and treatment of foot complications.
Co-supervisor: Prof. Patricia Price, School of Medicine, Cardiff University.

Past Research Students

2009

Kate Button (PhD part-time) - Acute knee injury rehabilitation: using biomechanical and clinical outcome measures to evaluate best practice. Co-supervisor: Prof. Patricia Price, School of Medicine, Cardiff University.

2006

Rajani V. Kanade (PhD full-time) - Functional outcome in people with diabetic neuropathy at four consequent stages of foot complications.
Co-supervisor: Prof. Patricia Price, School of Medicine, Cardiff University.

2005

Nicola Phillips (PhD part-time) – The challenge of functional coping in anterior cruciate ligament deficiency.
Co-supervisor: Prof. Mike Benjamin, School of Biosciences, Cardiff University.

Monica E. Busse (PhD full-time) – Co-activation, muscle weakness and functional ability in patients with different neurological conditions.
Co-supervisor: Prof. Mark Wiles, School of Medicine, Cardiff University.

Co-supervisor

Dean Williams (MD) – An evaluation of the methods used in the assessment of the arterial components of diabetic foot disease and the validation and formation of a standardised screening protocol for diabetic foot disease in the community.
Co-supervisor to: Prof. Patricia Price, School of Medicine, Cardiff University.

David Miller (MD) – Dynamic plantar pressure and perfusion changes in the diabetic foot.
Co-supervisor to: Prof. Patricia Price, School of Medicine, Cardiff University.

Owen Pearson (MD) – Measurement of walking mobility in multiple sclerosis.
Co-supervisor to: Prof. Mark Wiles, School of Medicine, Cardiff University.