Projects per year
Madeleine joined Strathclyde in 2000 having previously worked at the University of Glasgow, the University of Edinburgh and the MRC Human Movement and Balance Unit in London. She is a Chartered Psychologist and an HCPC registered Sport and Exercise Psychologist. Her research focuses on developing and evaluating rehabilitation programmes for stroke survivors, and she is also interested in how perceptuo-motor control changes with age.
Academic / Professional qualifications
BSc (Hons), MPhil, PhD (Edinburgh), CPsychol, HCPC registered Sport and Exercise Psychologist.
Stroke rehabilitation. Developing and evaluating low-cost rehabilitation interventions for adults who have survived a stroke. These interventions are aimed at improving upper limb function, physical activity levels and cognitive abilities.
Ageing. Age-related changes in perceptuo-motor control and the extent to which perceived movement abilities change the activities older adults engage in.
Modelling the timing of body movements. Developing and testing the tau-guide model of the timing of motor actions. Exploring the extent to which the temporal control of movement is similar to other forms of timing such as the perception of a time interval.
EPSRC '' £908,945 to A.Duffy (PI) and M.Grealy (2015-2018)
Chief Scientist Office 'Feasibility of a randomised controlled trial of a community based, cycling exercise programme to improve physical and psychological outcomes in stroke survivors' £101,307 to M.Grealy (PI) and P.Rowe (2014-2015)
The Dunhill Medical Trust ‘Development of a virtual reality exercise machine for older adults’ £29,763 to M.Grealy (PI) and H.Lakany (2012-2014)
EPSRC/Strathclyde University ‘Bridging the Gap’ award of £12,236 to D.Dixon, M. Grealy, & S.Webb A. for ‘How infectious is Human Behaviour? (2012)
EPSRC/Strathclyde University ‘Bridging the Gap’ award of £20,000 to H. Carswell, M. Grealy, P.Rowe & B.Conway for ‘What are the optimum rehabilitation tasks and doses for promoting stem cell function after stroke? ’ (2012)
Chief Scientists Office (Scottish Government) award of £ 151,229 to N. Mutrie (PI), C. Fitzsimons, D. Rowe, M. Grealy, A. McConnachie, H. Macdonald, M. Grant, M. Granat, D. Skelton & R. Shaw for ‘The feasibility of a pedometer-based walking programme in combination with a physical activity consultation in Scottish adults aged 65 years and over in a primary care setting.’ (2008-2010)
EPSRC ‘Bridging the Gap’ University Award of £10,320 to M. Grealy, A. Thomson & B. Stansfield for ‘Minimizing the risk of exclusion: effective older adult interaction with technology-based exercise machines.’ (2009)
Carrnegie Trust award of £34,200 to F.Pollick (PI, Glasgow University), H.Gallagher (Glasgow Caledonian University), M.Grealy, D.Brennan (Southern General Hospital), J.Cavanagh (University of Glasgow, Gartnavel Royal Hospital) for a project entitled ‘Brain mechanisms of emotion processing in depression’. (2007-2008)
EPSRC award for £347,363 to A.Nicol (PI), M.Grealy, B.Conway, A.Macdonald and P.Rowe for a project entitled ‘Integration of biomechanical and psychological parameters of functional performance of older adults into a new computer aided design package for inclusive design’ (2001-2005).
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Edinburgh
Award Date: 1 Jan 1998
Master of Philosophy, University of Chichester
Award Date: 1 Jan 1995
Bachelor of Science, University of Liverpool
Award Date: 1 Jan 1987
- Perception and action
- Motor control
- Sport Psychology
- Stroke rehabilitation
HEADS: UP (Helping Ease Anxiety and Depression following Stroke) psychological self-management intervention: non-randomised pilot study followed by a randomised cluster pilot trial.
1/06/19 → 31/05/22
Project: Research - no external funding
1/07/16 → 1/05/21
Project: Research Studentship - Internally Allocated
Vuletic, T., Duffy, A., McTeague, C., Hay, L., Brisco, R., Campbell, G. & Grealy, M., 30 Jun 2021, In: International Journal of Human Computer Studies. 150, 39 p., 102609.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review
What have we learned about positive changes experienced during COVID-19 lockdown? Evidence of the social patterning of changeWilliams, L., Rollins, L., Young, D., Fleming, L., Grealy, M., Janssen, X., Kirk, A., MacDonald, B. & Flowers, P., 5 Jan 2021, In: PLoS ONE. 16, 1, 10 p., e0244873.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile2 Downloads (Pure)