Professor Malcolm Horne, Professor in Residence
Professor Horne’s mission is to improve the care of Movement Disorders by better measurement of their symptoms
Professor Horne has worked for over 40 years as a researcher and a neurologist specialising in Movement Disorders.
His work has generated over 250 research publications and has an h score of 60.
Malcolm founded a company that has sales in the EU and the US and holds the licence to more than 10 of his granted patents.
He has collaborated widely with bioengineers, data scientists and other clinicians to develop systems for measuring movement
Passionate about mentoring, Professor Horne continues to mentor collaborators.
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- Lee, J., et al., Sprouting of dopamine terminals and altered dopamine release and uptake in Parkinsonian dyskinaesia. Brain, 2008. 131(6): p. 1574-1587.
- Woodrow, H., et al., A blinded, controlled trial of objective measurement in Parkinson’s disease. npj Parkinson’s Disease, 2020. 6(1): p. 35.
- Nisbet, D.R., et al., A review of the cellular response on electrospun nanofibers for tissue engineering. Journal of biomaterials applications, 2009. 24(1): p. 7-29.
- Esler, M., et al., Overflow of catecholamine neurotransmitters to the circulation: source, fate, and functions. Physiological reviews, 1990. 70(4): p. 963-985.
- Griffiths, R.I., et al., Automated assessment of bradykinesia and dyskinesia in Parkinson’s disease. Journal of Parkinson’s disease, 2012. 2(1): p. 47-55.