Published Work

Journal Articles | Textbooks | Book Chapters | Conference Publications

Textbooks

Godfrey, A. and Stuart, S. (Editors), “Digital Health: Exploring Use and Integration of Wearables” 2021. Elsevier.

Book Chapters

  1. Powell, D., Celik, Y., Tronjaniello, D., Young, F., Moore, J., Stuart, S., Godfrey, A. ‘Instrumenting traditional approaches to physical assessment’. In: Digital Health: exploring use and integration and use of wearables. Elsevier. 2021

  2. Stuart S, Powell, D., Martini, D., Clark, C., Marshall, S., Johnston, W., and Godfrey A, ‘Sports medicine: bespoke player management’. In: Digital Health: exploring use and integration and use of wearables. Elsevier. 2021

Journal Articles

  1. Powell, D., Nouredanesh, M., Stuart, S., Godfrey, A., (2021) ‘Investigating the AX6 inertial-based wearable for instrumented physical capability assessment of young adults in a low-resource setting’, Smart Health.

  2. Lirani-Silva, E., Stuart, S., Parrington, L., Campbell, K., King, L. (2021) ‘Saccade and Fixation Eye Movements During Walking in People With Mild Traumatic Brain Injury’, Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology

  3. Powell, D., Stuart, S., Godfrey, A., (2021) ‘Exploring inertial-based wearables for objective monitoring in sports related concussion: A single-subject report’, Physical Therapy.

  4. Stuart, S., Godfrey, A., Mancini, M. (2021) ‘Staying UpRight in Parkinson’s disease: A pilot study of a novel wearable postural intervention’, Gait & Posture.

  5. Powell, D., Stuart, S., Godfrey, A. (2021) ‘Sports related concussion: An emerging era in digital sports technology’, npj Digital Medicine.

  6. Celik, Y., Stuart, S., Lok Woo, W., Sejdic, E., Godfrey, A., (2021) ‘Multi-modal gait: A wearable, algorithm and data fusion approach for clinical and free-living assessment’, Information Fusion.

  7. Celik, Y., Stuart, S., Lok Woo, W., Godfrey, A., (2021) ‘Wearable inertial gait algorithms: Impact of wear location and environment in healthy and Parkinson’s populations’, Sensors.

  8. Stuart, S., Wagner, J., Makeig, S., and Mancini, M. (2021) ‘Brain activity response to visual cues in Parkinson’s: An EEG study’, Neurorehabilitation and neural repair.

  9. Vitorio, R., Stuart, S., Giritharan, A., Quinn, J., Nutt, J. and Mancini, M., (2021) ‘Changes in prefrontal cortical activity and turning in response to dopaminergic and cholinergic therapy in Parkinson's disease: A randomized cross-over trial’, Parkinson’s and Related Disorders.

  10. Celik, Y., Stuart, S., Lok Woo, W., Godfrey, A., (2021) ‘Gait analysis in neurological populations: Progression in the use of wearables’, Medical Engineering & Physics.

  11. Mancini, M., Shah, V., Stuart, S., Curtze, C., Horak, F., Safarpour, D., and Nutt., J., (2021) ‘Measuring freezing of gait during daily-life: an open-source, wearable sensors approach’, Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation.

  12. Vitorio, R., Stuart, S. and Mancini, M., (2021) ‘Executive control of walking in people with Parkinson’s disease with freezing of gait’, NeuroRehabilitation and Neural Repair.

  13. Coulby, G., Clear, A., Jones, O., Young, F., Stuart, S., Godfrey, A., (2021) ‘Towards remote healthcare monitoring using accessible IoT technology: State of the art, insights and experimental design’, Biomedical Engineering Online journal.

  14. Menant, J., Maiden, I., Alcock, A., Al-Yahya, E., Cerases, A., Clark, D., de Bruin, E., Fraser, S., Gramigna, V., Hamacher, D., Herold, F., Lim, S., Pelicioni, P., Peters, S., Rosso, A., St George, R., Stuart, S., Vasta, R., Vitorio, R. and Mirelman, A., (2020) ‘Using functional near-infrared spectroscopy in posture and gait research’, Gait & Posture.

  15. Peterson, D.S., Van Liew, C., Stuart, S., Carlson-Kuhta, P., Horak, F. and Mancini, M., (2020) ‘Impact of Parkinson Freezing on Balance Domains: a structural equation modelling approach’, Parkinson’s and Related Disorders.

  16. Stuart, S., Morris, R., Giritharan, A., Quinn, J., Nutt, J. and Mancini, M., (2020) ‘Prefrontal cortex activity and gait in Parkinson's disease with cholinergic and dopaminergic therapy’, Movement Disorders.

  17. Young, F., Coulby, G., Watson, I., Downs, C., Stuart, S., and Godfrey, A., (2020) ‘Just find it: A smart approach to recommend running shoes’, IEEE Access.

  18. Martini, D., Parrington, L., Stuart, S., Fino, P. and King, L., (2020) ‘Gait Performance in Symptomatic, Chronic Mild Traumatic Brain Injury’, Journal of Neurotrauma.

  19. Celik, Y., Powell, D., Woo, Y.W., Stuart, S., Godfrey, A., (2020) ‘A Feasibility Study towards Instrumentation of the Sport Concussion Assessment Tool (iSCAT)’, 42nd Annual International Conferences of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, July 20-24, 2020, Montréal, Québec, Canada.

  20. Stuart, S., Armstrong, M., Sewell, J., Dixon, C., and Morris, R. (2020) ‘Acupuncture for whiplash associated disorder following a road traffic collision: a physiotherapy service evaluation’, Acupuncture in Medicine.

  21. Stuart, S., Parrington, L., Morris, R., Martini, D., Chesnutt, J., Fino, P. and King, L., (2020) ‘Gait Measurement in Chronic Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: A Model Approach’, Human Movement Science.

  22. Stuart, S., Parrington, L., Martini, D., Peterka, R., Chesnutt, J. and King, L. ‘The measurement of eye movements in mild traumatic brain injury: a structured review of an emerging area’, Frontiers in Sports and Active living.

  23. Parrington, L., Jehu, D., Fino, P., Stuart, S., Wilhelm, J., Pettigrew, N., Murchison, C. El-Gohary, M., VanDerwalker, J., Pearson, S., Hullar, T., Chesnutt, J., Peterka, R., Horak, F., and King, L., (2019) ‘The Sensor Technology and Rehabilitative Timing (START) protocol: a randomized controlled trial for the rehabiliation of mild Traumatic Brain Injury’, Physical Therapy.

  24. Morris, R., Stuart S., McBarron, G., Fino, P., Mancini, M. and Curtze, C. (2019) ‘ Validation of MobilityLab (version 2) for gait assessment in young adults, older adults and Parkinson’s disease’, Physiological Measurement.

  25. Stuart, S., Johnston, W., Caulfield, B. and Godfrey, A. (2019) ‘Focus on Modern Approaches to Sports Medicine and Performance’, Physiological Measurement.

  26. Godfrey, A. Brodie, M., Van Schooten, K.S., Nourdanesh, M. Stuart, S., and Robinson, L. (2019) ‘Inertial wearables as pragmatic tools in dementia’, Maturitas.

  27. Stuart, S., Parrington, L., Martini, D., Kreter, N., Chesnutt, J., Fino, P. and King, L., (2019) ‘Analysis of free-living mobility in mild traumatic brain injury and healthy controls: Quality over Quantity’, Journal of Neurotrauma.

  28. Stuart, S., Belluscio, V., Quinn, J. and Mancini, M., (2019) ‘Pre-frontal cortical activity during walking and turning is reliable and differentiate across young, older adults and people with Parkinson’s disease’, Frontiers of Neurology.

  29. Belluscio, V., Stuart, S., Bergamini, E., Vannozzi, G. and Mancini, M. (2019) ‘The Association between Prefrontal Cortex Activity and Turning Behavior in People with and without Freezing of Gait’, Neuroscience.

  30. Stuart, S., Lawson, R., Yarnall, A., Nell, J., Alcock, L., Duncan, G., Khoo, T., Barker, R., Rochester, L. and Burn, D. (2019) ‘Pro-saccades predict cognitive decline in Parkinson’s disease: ICICLE-PD’, Movement Disorders.

  31. Stuart, S. and Mancini, M. (2019) ‘Pre-frontal cortical activation with open and closed-loop tactile cueing when walking and turning in Parkinson’s’, Journal of Neurological Physical Therapy.

  32. Godfrey, A., Stuart, S., Tenaerts, P. ‘Tech world and medicine come together to harness digital medicine’, Maturitas

  33. Stuart, S., Parrington, L., Martini, D., Popa, B., Fino, P. and King, L. (2019) ‘Validation of a velocity-based algorithm to quantify saccades during walking and turning in mild traumatic brain injury and healthy controls’, Physiological Measurement.

  34. Vitorio, R., Stuart, S., Charvet, L. and Godfrey, A. (2019) ‘Introducing the thematic series on transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) for motor rehabilitation: on the way to optimal clinical use’, Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation.

  35. Stuart, S., Hickey, A., Vitorio, R., Welman, K., Foo, S., Keen, D. and Godfrey, A. (2019) ‘Eye-tracker algorithms to detect saccades during static and dynamic tasks: a structured review’, Physiological Measurement.

  36. Stuart, S., Vitorio, R., Rochester, L., Alcock, L. and Pantall, A. (2018) ‘Monitoring multiple cortical regions during walking in young and older adults: dual-task response and comparison challenges’, International Journal of Psychophysiology.

  37. Vitorio, R., Stuart, S., Rochester, L., Alcock, L., and Pantall, A. (2018) ‘Reduced gait variability and enhanced brain activity in older adults with auditory cues: a functional near infra-red spectroscopy study’, Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair.

  38. Mancini, M., Smulders, K., Harker, G., Stuart, S. and Nutt, J. (2018) ‘Assessment of the ability of open- and closed-loop cueing to improve turning and freezing in people with Parkinson’s disease’, Scientific Reports.

  39. Stuart, S., O’Shaughnessy, C., Armstrong, M., Brennan, S., Marr, S., Turnell, D. and Marshal, S.J. (2018) ‘Safety of pitch-side care provision in community contact sport within England’, Physical Therapy in Sport.

  40. Fino, P., Parrington, L., Wilhelm, J., Stuart, S., Chesnutt, J., and King, L. (2018) ‘Inertial sensors reveal subtle motor deficits when walking with horizontal head turns after concussion’, Journal of Head Truama Rehabilitation.

  41. Mancini, M., Curtze, C., Stuart, S., El-Gohary, M., McNames, J., Nutt, J.G. and Horak, F. (2018) ‘The impact of freezing of gait on balance perception and mobility in community-living with Parkinson’s disease’, Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society 40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE. Hawaii, USA, 17-21 Jul.

  42. Stuart, S, Vitorio, R, Morris, R, Martini, DN, Fino, PC, Mancini, M. (2018) ‘Cortical activity during walking and balance tasks in older adults and in people with Parkinson’s disease: A structured review’, Maturitas, 113: 53-72.

  43. Godfrey, A., Hetherington, V., Shum, H., Bonato, P., Lovell, N. and Stuart, S. (2018) ‘From A to Z: Wearable technology explained’, Maturitas, 113: 40-47.

  44. Twomney, D., Stuart, S., Baker, K. (2018) ‘Pain in Parkinson’s disease: the lived experience’ International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation.

  45. Sewell, J., Dixon, C., Morris, R., Stuart, S., (2018) ‘Anatomical distribution of musculoskeletal disorders following a road traffic collision in litigants presenting to physiotherapists within a private-clinic in North-East England’, Physiotherapy Theory and Practice.

  46. Hunt, D., Stuart, S., Nell, J., Hausdorff, J.M., Galna, B., Rochester, L., and Alcock, L. (2018) ‘Do people with Parkinson's disease look at task relevant stimuli when walking? An exploration of eye movements’ Behavioural Brain Research.

  47. Stuart, S., Lord, S., Galna, B. and Rochester, L. (2018) ‘Saccade frequency response to visual cues during gait in Parkinson’s disease: the selective role of attention’ European Journal of Neuroscience.

  48. Vitorio, R., Stuart, S., Rochester, L., Alcock, L., Pantall, A., (2017) ‘fNIRS response during walking — Artefact or cortical activity? A systematic review’, Neuroscience and Biobehavioural Reviews, 83, 160- 172.

  49. Stuart, S., Hunt, D., Nell, J., Godfrey, A., Hausdorff, J.M., Rochester, L. and Alcock, L., (2017) ‘Do you see what I see? Mobile eye-tracker semi-automated contextual analysis and inter-rater reliability’, Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing, 1-8.

  50. Stuart, S., Galna, B., Delicato, L.S., Lord, S. and Rochester, L. (2017) ‘Direct and indirect effects of attention and vision on gait impairment in Parkinson’s disease’, European Journal of Neuroscience, 46(1): 1703-1716.

  51. Stuart, S., Hickey, A., Morris, R., O’Donovan, K. and Godfrey, A. (2017) ‘Concussion in contact sport: a challenging area to tackle’, Journal of Sport and Health Science, 6(3): 299-301.

  52. Hickey, A., Stuart, S., O’Donovan, K. and Godfrey, A. (2017) ‘Walk on the wild side: the complexity of free-living gait assessment’, Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 71:624.

  53. Stuart, S. (2016) ‘International Sport Science and Sport Medicine Conference, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK’, International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 23(12): 606-606.

  54. Stuart, S., Hickey, A., Galna, B., Lord, S., Rochester, L. and Godfrey, A. (2016) ‘iTrack: instrumented mobile electrooculography (EOG) eye-tracking in older adults and Parkinson’s disease’, Physiological Measurement, 38 (1), N16.

  55. Del Din, S., Hickey, A., Ladha, C., Stuart, S., Bourke, A.K., Esser, P., Rochester, L. and Godfrey, A. (2016) ‘Instrumented gait assessment with a single wearable: an introductory tutorial’, F1000Research, 5:2323.

  56. Hill, E., Stuart, S., Lord, S., Del Din, S. and Rochester, L. (2016) ‘Vision, visuo-cognition and postural control in Parkinson’s disease: an associative pilot study’, Gait and Posture, 48: 74-76.

  57. Stuart, S., Lord, S., Hill, E., and Rochester, L. (2016) ‘Gait in Parkinson’s disease: a visuo-cognitive challenge’, Neuroscience and Biobehavioural Reviews, 62, 76-88.

  58. Stuart, S., Alcock, L., Godfrey, A., Lord, S., Rochester, L., and Galna, B. (2016) ‘Accuracy and re-test relaibaility of mobile eye-tracking in Parkinson’s disease and older adults’, Medical Engineering and Physics, 38 (3), 308-315.

  59. Stuart, S., Galna, B., Lord, S. and Rochester, L. (2015) ‘A protocol to examine vision and gait in Parkinson’s disease: impact of cognition and response to visual cues’, F1000 Research, 4:1379.

  60. Stuart, S., Alcock, L., Galna, B., Lord, S. and Rochester, L. (2014) 'The measurement of visual sampling during real-world activity in Parkinson's disease and healthy controls: A structured literature review', Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 222, pp. 175-88.

  61. Stuart, S., Galna, B., Lord, S., Rochester, L. and Godfrey, A. (2014) 'Quantifying Saccades While Walking: Validity of a Novel Velocity-Based Algorithm for Mobile Eye Tracking', Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE. Chicago, Illinois, USA, 26-30 Aug.

Conference proceedings


Invited Talks / Keynote Lectures

  1. Stuart, S. ‘Mobile Brain / Body Imaging in Parkinson’s disease’, Clinical Motion Analysis Society (CMAS) Conference, June 2021.

  2. Stuart, S. ‘Wearable Technology Assessment and Rehabilitation in Parkinson’s disease’, HealthTech Forum, Hong Kong, June 2021.

  3. Stuart, S. ‘Cortical Activity Response to Visual Cues in Parkinson’s disease’, Pacific Northwest Basal Ganglia Coterie, OR, USA, April 2021

  4. Stuart, S., ‘Progression of Wearable Technology in Clinical Practice’, DorsaVi Webinar Series, December 2020. https://get.dorsavi.com/webinar-progression-of-wearables-technology-in-clinical-practices-on-demand/

  5. Stuart, S., ‘Digital Sports Medicine Update’, Sunderland AFC Clinical Seminar Series, Sunderland, UK, September 2020

  6. Stuart, S., ‘Research: a road map for clinicians’, Sunderland Royal Hospital Grand Rounds, Sunderland, UK, February 2020.

  7. Stuart, S. and Mancini, M. ‘Cortical Activity during Gait in Parkinson’s disease: response to cueing’, Pacific Northwest Basal Ganglia Coterie, OR, USA, April 2019

  8. Stuart, S. ‘Ocularmotor deficits in mild traumatic brain injury’, OSHU Brain Institute presents TBI: From research to recovery, November 2018

  9. Stuart, S. and Mancini, M. ‘Cortical activity during turning in Parkinson’s disease’, Pacific Northwest Basal Ganglia Coterie, WA, USA, May 2018.

  10. Stuart, S., ‘Laser shoes: the future of visual cueing for freezing of gait?’, Movement Disorders Journal Club, Parkinson’s Centre of Oregon, Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR, USA, March 2018.

  11. Stuart, S., ‘Eye-tracking: theory and applications’, Lecture for online module of Rehabilitation Essentials course, Portland, USA, October 2017.

  12. Stuart, S. ‘Research: the road less travelled’, American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) student conference, Portland, USA, October 2017.

  13. Stuart, S., ‘Research careers for physiotherapists’, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, February 2017.

  14. Stuart, S., ‘Research careers for physiotherapists’, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, February 2016.

  15. Stuart, S., ‘A research career following a Sport and Exercise Science degree’, Sunderland University, Sunderland, UK, October 2014.

  16. Stuart, S., ‘Visual sampling during gait in Parkinson's disease’, Geriatric Grand Rounds, Hexham General Hospital, Hexham, UK, April 2014.

  17. Stuart, S., ‘Visual sampling during gait in Parkinson's disease: impact of visual cues and task complexity’, Three Rivers Parkinson’s disease Meeting, Sedgefield, UK, February 2014.


Platform Presentations


  1. Powell, D., Stuart, S., Godfrey, A., ‘Examining the Use of Wearables for Remote Monitoring of Balance, Gait and Sleep in Sports- Related Concussion: A Single Subject Study in Rugby Union’, Physiotherapy UK Conference 2021

  2. Corman, B., Powell, D., Harrison, M., Rae, G., Godfrey, A., Stuart, S., ‘Active Rehabilitation Intervention Following Acute Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: A Systematic Review’, Physiotherapy UK Conference 2021

  3. Armitage, J., Das, J., Morris, R., Barry, G., Walker, R., Mancini, M., Stuart, S., ‘Visual exploration while walking with and without visual cues In Parkinson’s disease: the influence of freezing of gait’, Physiotherapy UK Conference 2021

  4. Yates, E., Mason, R., Powell, D., Godfrey, A., Stuart, S., ‘Validation of a low-cost wearable sensor for assessment of balance within young adult rugby players’, Physiotherapy UK Conference 2021

  5. Mason, R., Pearson, L., Barry, G., Young, F., Lennon, O., Godfrey, A., Stuart, S., ‘The use of wearable devices for running gait analysis: a systematic review’, European College of Sport Science Conference, 2021.

  6. Mason, R., Godfrey, A., Lennon, O., Barry, G., Stuart, S., ‘Wearable Technology as an Objective Tool for Measuring Running Gait: A Validation and Reliability Protocol’, Clinical Motion Analysis Society (CMAS) Conference 2021.

  7. Mason, R., Pearson, L., Barry, G., Lennon, O., Godfrey, A., Stuart, S., ‘The use of wearable devices for running gait analysis: a systematic review’, BASES BIG meeting 2021

  8. Powell, D., Stuart, S., Godfrey, A., ‘Instrumentation in Sports-Related Concussion: Proposing inertial wearables and outcomes as objective tools’, European College of Sports Science, Seville, Spain, 2020

  9. Powell, D., Stuart, S., Godfrey, A., ‘Validation of a low-cost wearable in sports-related concussion assessment’, North East Post-graduate Conference, 2020

  10. Powell, D, Stuart, S., Fearn, D., Bowen, S., Steel, H., Jones, T., and Godfrey, A. ‘Wearables in sports related concussion: a protocol for more informed player management’, North East Post-graduate conference 2019

  11. Powell, D, Stuart, S., Fearn, D., Bowen, S., Steel, H., Jones, T., and Godfrey, A. ‘Wearables in sports related concussion: a protocol for more informed player management’, Physiotherapy UK conference 2019

  12. Stuart, S., Parrington, L., Peterka, R., Campbell, K., Kampel, S., Putterman, D., Hullar, T., and King, L., ‘Saccadic and cognitive function in mild traumatic brain injury’, Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS), 20th-23rd Aug 2019.

  13. Martini, D., Parrington, L., Stuart, S., and King, L. ‘Assessing the Relationship between Symptom Severity and Gait Performance in a Symptomatic, Chronic mTBI Population Before and After Vestibular Rehabilitation’, Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS), 20th-23rd Aug 2019.

  14. Mancini, M., Stuart, S., Horak, F., and King, L. ‘Rehabilitation treatment for turning: Role of wearable technology’, International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Edinburgh, UK, June 30th-July 4th 2019.

  15. Popa, B., Stuart, S. and King, L., ‘Visual Exploration during walking in people with mild traumatic brain injury’, American Balance Society Annual Meeting, Scottsdale, AZ, USA, 26th-27th February 2019

  16. Belluscio, V., Stuart, S., Bergamini, E., Vannozzi, G., Mancini, M. ‘The association between prefrontal cortex activity and turning behaviors in people with and without freezing of gait’, SIAMOC, Florence, Italy, September 2018.

  17. Stuart, S., Fino, P.C., Parrington, L., Jehu, D., Chesnutt, J., King, L.A. ‘Free-living mobility improves with vestibular rehabilitation following mild traumatic brain injury’, Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS), 20th-23rd Aug 2018.

  18. Stuart, S., Galna, B., Lord, S., Rochester, L. ‘Visual exploration during gait in Parkinson’s disease: Freezer vs non-freezer response to visual cues’, 4th International Workshop on Freezing of Gait, Leuven Belgium, 6th-8th June 2018

  19. Vitorio, R., Stuart, S., Rochester, L., Alcock, L., Pantall, A. ‘Rhythmic auditory cueing improves gait and increases frontal cortical activity in older adults: A functional near infra-red spectroscopy study’, IX Brazilian Congress of Motor Behavior (CBMC), 15-18th August 2018.

  20. Mancini, M., Stuart, S., King, L., El-Gohary, M., Horak, F. ‘Wearable technologies: from theory to clinical practice’, IEEE Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics (BHI) and Body Sensor Networks (BSN), Las Vegas, NV, USA, 4th-7th March 2018.

  21. Stuart, S., Galna, B., Lord, S. and Rochester, L. ‘Visual exploration during gait in Parkinson’s disease: response to visual cues’, International Society of Posture and Gait Research World Congress, Florida, USA, July 2017.

  22. Stuart, S., ‘Real-world eye tracking: what are the methodological considerations?’, International Society of Posture and Gait Research World Congress, Seville, Spain, July 2015.

  23. Stuart, S., Galna, B., Lord, S. and Rochester, L. ‘Visual Exploration during gait in Parkinson’s: impact of cognition’, NIHR BRC/BRU post-graduate research showcase, Newcastle, UK, June 2015.

  24. Stuart, S., Galna, B., Lord, S. and Rochester, L. ‘Look where you’re going! Do visual cues enhance visual exploration while walking in Parkinson’s disease?’, Therapy Services Conference, Newcastle upon Tyne NHS, Newcastle, UK, February 2015.

  25. Stuart, S., ‘Visual cues increase saccade frequency during gait in Parkinson’s disease’, Parkinson’s disease UK Annual Conference, York, UK, November 2014.


Poster Presentations


  1. Celik, Y., Stuart, S., Lok Woo, W., Godfrey, A., ‘Validation of inertial measurement unit for knee joint kinematics during free-living walking’, North-East Post-Graduate Conference 2021

  2. Das, J., Morris, R., Barry, G., Walker, R., Stuart, S., ‘Technological visuo-cognitive training in Parkinson's disease: Protocol for a randomised cross-over trial’, Physiotherapy UK Conference 2021

  3. Byerley, J., Mason, R., Baker, A., Powell, D., Pearson, L., Barry, G., Godfrey, A., Mancini, M., Stuart, S., Morris, R., ‘Validation of a low-cost wearable sensor to assess turning in healthy adults’, Physiotherapy UK Conference 2021

  4. Butterfield, A., Das, J., Morris, R., Barry, G., Walker, R., Mancini, M., Stuart, S., ‘Visual Cueing for Turning Deficit in Parkinson’s Disease: Freezer vs Non-Freezer response’, Physiotherapy UK Conference 2021

  5. Dever, A., Powell, D., Godfrey, A., Stuart, S., ‘Gait impairment in traumatic brain injury: a systematic review’, Physiotherapy UK Conference 2021

  6. Barker, L., Coulby, G., Young, F., Bowen, S., Das, J., Stuart, S., Godfrey, A., Powell, D., ‘OpenSCAT: Development of an open and extensible digital sports concussion assessment tool to support IoT-Based athlete monitoring’, 43rd Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society

  7. Young, F., Stuart, S., Morris, R., Downs, C., Coleman, M., Godfrey, A., ‘Validation of an inertial-based contact and swing time algorithm for running analysis from a foot mounted IoT enabled wearable’, 43rd Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society

  8. Celik, Y., Powell, D., Lok Woo, W., Stuart, S., Godfrey, A., ‘Developing and exploring a methodology for multi-modal indoor and outdoor gait assessment’, 43rd Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society

  9. Das, J., Morris, R., Barry, G., Walker, R., Stuart, S., ‘Visuo-cognitive training in Parkinson’s disease: protocol for a pilot randomised cross-over trial’, Movement Disorders Society Virtual Congress 2021

  10. Powell, D., Stuart, S., Godfrey, A., ‘Investigating the use of an open-source wearable as a tool to assess sports-related concussion’, Physiotherapy UK Conference, 2020

  11. Giritharan, A., Mancini, M., Stuart, S., Morris, R., Anderson, J., Wilhelm, J., Nutt, J., ‘Thalamic deep brain stimulation improves tremor and spatio‐temporal characteristics of gait in medically refractory orthostatic tremor’, Movement Disorders Society World Congress 2020.

  12. Stuart, S., Morris, R., Giritharan, A., Quinn, J., Nutt, J., Mancini, M., ‘Improving automaticity of walking in Parkinson's disease: Levodopa or Donepezil?’, Movement Disorders Society World Congress 2020.

  13. Vitorio, R., Stuart, S., Mancini, M., ‘Prefrontal cortical activity and the control of walking in people with freezing of gait’, Movement Disorders Society World Congress 2020.

  14. Stuart, S., Wagner, J., Makeig, S., Mancini, M., ‘Brain activity underpinning visual cues for gait impairment in Parkinson's disease’, Movement Disorders Society World Congress 2020.

  15. Powell, D., Stuart, S., Fearn, S., Bowen, S., Steel, H., Jones, T., Godfrey, A., ‘Wearables as objective tools in sport-related concussion: a protocol for more informed player management’, Physiotherapy UK conference 2020.

  16. Powell, S., Benham, A., Stuart, S., Godfrey, A., ‘Objective measures of brain health: a pilot study with a somatosensory device in rugby union’, Physiotherapy UK conference 2020.

  17. Powell, D., Stuart, S., Fearn, S., Bowen, S., Steel, H., Jones, T., Godfrey, A., ‘Wearables In Sports Related Concussion. A Protocol For More Informed Player Management’, North East Post-graduate Conference 2019.

  18. Powell, D., Stuart, S., Fearn, S., Bowen, S., Steel, H., Jones, T., Godfrey, A., ‘Wearables In Sports Related Concussion. A Protocol For More Informed Player Management’, Physiotherapy UK conference 2019.

  19. Stuart, S., Giritharan, A., Quinn, J., Mancini, M., ‘Pre-frontal activation during walking in Parkinson’s disease: the impact of attention’, Movement Disorders Society World Congress 2019.

  20. Mancini, M., Smulders, K., Stuart, S., Morris, R., Horak, F., Nutt, J., ‘Freezer or non-freezer: what is in between?’, Movement Disorders Society World Congress 2019.

  21. Stuart, S., Wagner, J., Makeig, S., Mancini, M., ‘Neural correlates of visual cues for gait impairment in Parkinson’s disease: a preliminary analysis’, Movement Disorders Society World Congress 2019.

  22. Martini, D., Parrington, L., Stuart, S., King, L., ‘Gait Domains, Symptom reporting, and the Effect of Rehabilitation on Both in the Symptomatic, Chronic mTBI’, Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS), 20th-23rd Aug 2019.

  23. Stuart, S., Martini, D., Popa, B., and King, L. ‘Visual exploration during gait in people with mild traumatic brain injury’, Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS), 20th-23rd Aug 2019.

  24. Martini, D., Parrington, L., Stuart, S., and King, L., ‘Gait Domains, Symptom reporting, and the Effect of Rehabilitation on Both in the Symptomatic, Chronic mTBI’, Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS), 20th-23rd Aug 2019.

  25. Stuart, S., Parrington, L., Martini, D., Fino, P., Chesnutt, J., and King, L. ‘Visual exploration during walking and turning in mild traumatic brain injury and controls’, International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Edinburgh, UK, June 30th-July 4th 2019.

  26. Stuart, S. and Mancini, M. ‘Cortical response to open and closed-loop tactile cueing during walking and turning in Parkinson’s’, International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Edinburgh, UK, June 30th- July 4th 2019.

  27. Mancini, M., Shah, V., Curtze, C., Stuart, S., El-Gohary, M., McNames, J., Horak, F., and Nutt, J. ‘The impact of freezing of gait in daily life: a wearable sensors approach’, International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Edinburgh, UK, June 30th-July 4th 2019.

  28. Hasegawa, N., Shah, V., Ragothaman, A., Stuart, S., Carlson-Kuhta, P., Nutt, J., Horak, F., Mancini, M. ‘Feature selection of objective metrics of balance dysfunction in Parkinson's disease, International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Edinburgh, UK, June 30th-July 4th 2019.

  29. Stuart, S., Godfrey, A., Rochester, L., Horak, F. and Mancini, M. ‘Staying UpRight in Parkinson’s disease: a novel postural intervention’, International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Edinburgh, UK, June 30th-July 4th 2019.

  30. Alcock, L., Vitorio, R., Stuart, S., Rochester, L. and Pantall, A. ‘The effect of walking speed on cortical activity in young and older adults’, International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Edinburgh, UK, June 30th-July 4th 2019.

  31. Belluscio, V., Stuart, S., Bergamini, E., Vannozzi, G., Mancini, M. ‘Are there Associations between Prefrontal Cortex Activity and Turning Behaviors in People With and Without Freezing of Gait?’, International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Edinburgh, UK, June 30th-July 4th 2019.

  32. Stuart, S. and Mancini, M. ‘Cortical response to open and closed-loop tactile cueing during walking and turning in Parkinson’s’, World Parkinson’s Congress, Kyoto, Japan, June 4th-June 7th 2019.

  33. Stuart, S., Godfrey, A., Rochester, L., Horak, F. and Mancini, M. ‘Staying UpRight in Parkinson’s disease: a novel postural intervention’, World Parkinson’s Congress, Kyoto, Japan, June 4th-June 7th 2019.

  34. Stuart, S., Booth, G., Mancini, M., ‘Good vibrations: cortical activity response to tactile cues in Parkinson’s freezers and non-freezers’, Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA, USA, 3rd-7th November 2018.

  35. Mancini, M., Belluscio, V. and Stuart, S., ‘Cortical correlates of dual-task turning with and without freezing of gait’, Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA, USA, 3rd-7th November 2018.

  36. King, L., Parrington, L., Jehu, D., Hullar, T., Kampel, S., Stuart, S., Peterka, R. ‘Sensory weighting in chronic mTBI with vestibular and oculomotor dysfunction’, Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA, USA, 3rd-7th November 2018.

  37. Stuart, S., Morris, R., Booth, G., Mancini, M. ‘Return to automaticity: cortical activity during gait in Parkinson’s disease’, Movement Disorders Society, Hong Kong, China, October 2018.

  38. Mancini, M. and Stuart, S., ‘Cortical correlates of dual-task turning with and without freezing of gait’, Movement Disorders Society, Hong Kong, China, October 2018.

  39. Stuart, S., Booth, G., Mancini, M., ‘Good vibrations: cortical activity response to tactile cues in Parkinson’s freezers and non-freezers’, 4th International Workshop on Freezing of Gait, Leuven Belgium, 6th-8th June 2018.

  40. Mancini, M., Curtze, C., Stuart, S., El-Gohary, M., McNames, J., Nutt, J.G., Horak, F.B., ‘The impact of freezing of gait in daily life: a wearable sensors approach’, 4th International Workshop on Freezing of Gait, Leuven Belgium, 6th-8th June 2018.

  41. Stuart, S., Fino, P.C., Parrington, L., Chesnutt, J. and King, L., ‘Turning the Tide: Real-World Turns are More Sensitive to mTBI Deficits Than Daily Activity Measures’, 4th Federal Interagency Conference on Traumatic Brain Injury, Washington DC, USA, 11th-13th July 2018.

  42. Armstrong, M., Sewell, J., Dixon, C., Morris, R. and Stuart, S., ‘Acupuncture for whiplash associated disorder following a road traffic collision: a physiotherapy service evaluation’, Physiotherapy Research Society Annual Conference, Newcastle, UK, 19th April 2018.

  43. Sewell, J., Dixon, C., Morris, R. and Stuart, S., ‘Musculoskeletal disorders seen within a private physiotherapy practice following a road traffic collision in England’, Physiotherapy Research Society Annual Conference, Newcastle, UK, 19th April 2018.

  44. Stuart, S., Booth, G., Mancini, M. ‘Cortical activity during turning in Parkinson’s disease: response to biofeedback’, IEEE Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics (BHI) and Body Sensor Networks (BSN), Las Vegas, NV, USA, 4th-7th March 2018.

  45. Sewell, J., Dixon, C., Morris, R. and Stuart, S., ‘Musculoskeletal disorders seen within a private physiotherapy practice following a road traffic collision in England’, Physiotherapy UK conference, Birmingham, UK, November 2017.

  46. Mancini, M., Booth, G., King, L., Horak, F.B. and Stuart, S., ‘Clinical correlates of sensory augmentation to alleviate freezing of gait’, Society for Neuroscience, Washington DC, USA, November 2017.

  47. Stuart, S., Booth, G., Mancini, M. ‘Cortical activity during turning in Parkinson’s disease: response to biofeedback’, Neurology Research Day, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, USA, October 2017.

  48. Stuart, S., Hunt, D., Nell, J., Godfrey, A., Rochester, L., and Alcock, L., ‘Inter-rater reliability of mobile eye-tracking when walking in Parkinson’s disease: contextual analysis’, International Society of Posture and Gait Research World Congress, Florida, USA, July 2017.

  49. Vitório, R., Stuart, S., Rochester, L., Pantall, A. and Alcock, L., ‘Functional near-infrared spectroscopy during walking in young, old and Parkinson’s disease: a structured review’, International Society of Posture and Gait Research World Congress, Florida, USA, July 2017.

  50. Vitório, R., Alcock, L., Stuart, S., Lirani-Silva, E., Rochester, L. and Pantall, A., ‘Activity in multiple frontal cortical areas during normal, fast and dual task walking: preliminary results of an fNIRS study’, International Society of Posture and Gait Research World Congress, Florida, USA, July 2017.

  51. Nell, J., Stuart, S., Galna, B., Hausdorff, J.M., Alcock, L. and Rochester, L. ‘Motor Impairments are associated with Fear of Falling in people with Parkinson's disease’, British Geriatrics Society spring meeting, Newcastle, England, March 2017.

  52. Stuart, S., Galna, B., Lord, S. and Rochester, L. ‘Visuo-cognition in gait in Parkinson’s disease: response to visual cues’, World Parkinson’s Congress, Portland, Oregon, USA (Guided Poster Tour), September 2016.

  53. Stuart, S., Galna, B., Lord, S. and Rochester, L. ‘Cognition, vision and visuo-cognition in gait in Parkinson’s disease’, Movement Disorders Society, Berlin, Germany (Guided Poster Tour), June 2016.

  54. Stuart, S., Galna, B., Godfrey, A., Lord, S. and Rochester, L. ‘Look where you’re going! Do visual cues enhance visual exploration while walking in Parkinson’s disease?’, Physiotherapy UK Conference, Liverpool, UK, October 2015.

  55. Stuart, S., King, H., Galna, B., Godfrey, A., Lord, S. and Rochester, L. ‘Visual exploration during gait in Parkinson’s disease and association with cognitive characteristics’, Movement Disorders Society 19th World Congress, San Diego, CA, USA, June 2015.

  56. Stuart, S., Galna, B., Lord, S. and Rochester, L. ‘Out of sight, out of mind?’, NIHR BRC/BRU Postgraduate Student research showcase, Newcastle, England, June 2015.

  57. Stuart, S., Galna, B., Lord, S. and Rochester, L. ‘Out of sight, out of mind?’ NIHR NMAHP North East Regional Meeting, Newcastle, England, April 2015.

  58. Stuart, S., King, H., Galna, B., Godfrey, A., Lord, S. and Rochester, L. ‘Visual cues increase saccade frequency during gait in Parkinson’s disease’, North-East Post-Graduate Student Conference, Newcastle, England, October 2014.

  59. Stuart, S., Galna, B., Lord, S., Rochester, L. and Godfrey, A. ‘Quantifying saccades while walking: validity of a novel velocity-based algorithm for mobile eye-tracking’, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference, Chicago, USA, August 2014.

  60. Stuart, S., Alcock, L., Galna, B., Lord, S. and Rochester, L. ‘Visual sampling in Parkinson’s disease: current methodological issues’, International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Vancouver, Canada, June 2014.

  61. Stuart, S., Alcock, L., Galna, B., Lord, S. and Rochester, L. ‘Retest reliability of the Dikablis eye-tracker when sitting, standing and walking’, International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Vancouver, Canada, June 2014.

  62. Stuart, S., Galna, B., Lord, S. and Rochester, L. ‘People with Parkinson’s disease increase visual sampling during gait in response to visual cues’, Therapy Services Conference, Newcastle upon Tyne NHS, Newcastle, England, February 2014.

  63. Stuart, S., Alcock, L., Galna, B., Lord, S. and Rochester, L. ‘Retest reliability of the Dikablis eye-tracker when sitting, standing and walking’, British Ocular Motor Group Meeting, Manchester, England, December 2013.

  64. Stuart, S., Galna, B., Lord, S. and Rochester, L. ‘Visual sampling during walking in Parkinson’s disease: impact of visual cues and task complexity’, NIHR Trainee Meeting, York, England, November 2013.