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Maisie Keogh is a doctoral researcher in the department of biomedical engineering supervised by Professor Philip Rowe and Dr Andrew Kerr. She is currently engaged in a project focusing on the use of motion capture technology to advance the field of stroke rehabilitation. She graduated from the University of Glasgow in 2017 with a BSc Chemistry and in 2018 she commenced an MSc Biofluid Mechanics at the University of Strathclyde under the supervision of Dr Asimina Kazakidi graduating with merit the following year.
Maisie is a member of the doctoral researcher group at the University of Strathclyde, an associate member of the Royal Society of Chemistry, the Institute of Physics and also the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine. She was a board member for the Glasgow Insight into Science and Technology magazine from 2018-2019 and remains a features writer for the publication. She is also involved in several science outreach projects with STEM Ambassadors and volunteers with NHSGGC.
Maisie has a variety of interests which range in scope from basic research to the implementation of its practical applications. Her current focus is on the use of motion capture technology to aid in the rehabilitation of stroke patients, incorporating clinical biomechanics and gait analysis. She is also keen to explore computational biomechanics and its expanding applications building upon the computational expertise she gained during her MSc Biofluid Mechanics.
She is particularly enthusiastic about conducting research in multi-disciplinary and diverse teams with colleagues and collaborators from a range of academic and industrial backgrounds with the aim of making a lasting contribution to the field of biomedical engineering.
Master in Science, University Of Strathclyde
10 Sep 2018 → 9 Sep 2019
Bachelor of Science, University of Glasgow
16 Sep 2013 → 18 Sep 2017
Personal Banking Adviser, Santander UK PLC2 Jul 2012 → 27 Oct 2019
- Stroke Rehabilitation
- Biomedical Engineering
- Computational Fluid Dynamics
1/10/19 → 1/10/22
Project: Research Studentship - Internally Allocated
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