Michael Grey


Research interests




Motor Control


Willingness to take PhD students


PhD projects

Michael Grey is a motor neuroscience physiologist with interests in cortical/spinal plasticity and neurorehabilitation. His neuroplasticity and neurorehabilitation laboratory studies the physiology of the human motor system. It uses non-invasive techniques, including electrophysiology, transcranial magnetic stimulation and neuroimaging to study human movement, specifically investigating how the brain and spinal cord change during motor learning and rehabilitation. The lab is particularly interested in understanding the role played by sensory feedback and using this knowledge to develop better evidence-based rehabilitation strategies.

Dr Grey welcomes applications from prospective doctoral researchers in his areas of interest.