Dr Vanicek welcomes applications in the area of clinical gait analysis. For example, research projects evaluating the effects of exercise on musculoskeletal function in individuals with altered lower limb biomechanics as a result of ageing, disease and truama. Completed PhDs Marnee McKay, 1000 Norms Project: Measures of Physical Function across the Lifespan, University of Sydney, 2017. Stephanie King, Adaptations in Plantarflexor Muscle-tendon Properties and their Impact on Gait in Claudicants with Peripheral Arterial Disease, University of Hull, 2015. Amartya Ganguly, Modelling of the Human Quiet Stance with Ankle Joint Complexity, University of Hull, 2015. Lisa Alcock, Musculoskeletal Biomechanics of Gait and Balance during Activities of Daily Living in Community-Dwelling Older Women, University of Hull, 2013. Cleveland Barnett, Biomechanics and Quality of Life in Transtibial Amputees during and following Rehabilitation: A Longitudinal Study, University of Hull, 2011. Current PhD supervisions Zoe Schafer, Maximising Musculoskeletal Function for Falls Prevention in Individuals with a Lower-Limb Amputation, 2015 - present. Grace O'Carroll, Dual Tasking Exercise Interventions following Mild and Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury, 2015 - present. Stephen Hayes, Robotic Exoskeleton Gait in Spinal Cord Injured Individuals, 2014 - present (part-time). Aliakbar Dostanpor, Relationships between Gait Speed, T-score and Age with Gait Parameters in Older Women with Low Bone Mineral Density, 2014 - present.