I commenced my PhD in September 2012, and am supervised by Dr. Jose van Velzen and Prof. Elisabeth Hill.
My current research interests focusses on motor learning and how individual differences in motor learning are reflected in the brain, both structurally and functionally, with a particular interest in adults with Developmental Coordination Disorder.
I am also interested in how various types of sensory information (e.g. visual, tactile, proprioceptive, etc.) are handled by the body/brain and inform how we perceive and approach our environment.
MSc Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience (Merit). Goldsmiths: 2010-2012
BSc Psychology and Neuroscience (2:1). University of Westminster: 2007-2010
An investigation into the role of the motor cortex during early motor learning in adults with Developmental Coordination Disorder
Brady, Daniel. 2017. An investigation into the role of the motor cortex during early motor learning in adults with Developmental Coordination Disorder. Doctoral thesis, Goldsmiths, University of London