Poster Presentation List

MONDAY 26 NOVEMBER 1:30PM – 3.00PM

Presenters must remain beside their posters for the duration of the poster session.

Download a pdf of the poster list: Posters – at a glance

Posters should be AO size maximum with portrait orientation (841mm wide × 1189 mm high).

Posters will remain up for the duration of the conference (from conference opening on Monday 26 Nov until the conference ends on Wednesday 28 Nov).

P01 EDEN DELAHUNTY
Cold-water immersion of a single limb increases motor cortex excitability for the opposite limb
(Read abstract)
P02 CHRISTOPHER LATELLA
Group III/IV muscle afferent feedback does not modulate intracortical excitability and inhibition following fatiguing exercise (Read abstract)
P03 SIOBHAN DONGÉS
Paired corticospinal-motoneuronal stimulation does not improve maximal voluntary elbow flexion in people with incomplete cervical spinal cord injury (Read abstract)
P04 ASHLEE HENDY
Investigating the effects of muscle contraction and conditioning stimulus-intensity on short-interval intracortical inhibition (Read abstract)
P05 CASSANDRA RUSSELL
Effects of postural challenge on responses to cortical stimulation: a potential probe of extrapyramidal tract function? (Read abstract)
P06 SIMON SUMMERS
The relationship between motor cortex organisation and motor variability in the transition to sustained muscle pain (Read abstract)
P07 VIDA ALIZAD
Timed Up and Go task after applying anodal-transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) in people with Parkinson’s disease? Preliminary results (Read abstract)
P08 ELEFTHERIA GIANNOULI 
Guidelines for the design of stepping interventions for falls prevention (Read abstract)
P09 YOSHIRO OKUBO
Motor learning processes in responding to increasingly unpredictable trips and slips in older adults
(Read abstract)
P10 MATTHEW BRODIE
Using Smart Socks and Rhythmic Haptic Cues to Stimulate the Foot Arch May Reduce Gait Variability During a Freezing of Gait Elicitation Task (Read abstract)
P11 GARETH JONES 
Estimates of gait initiation-onset in both stroke and healthy individuals during the sit-to-walk task
(Read abstract)
P12 JASMINE MENANT 
Balance in dizzy middle-aged and older people reporting unsteadiness: is it all in the head?
(Read abstract)
P13 MEG LETTON
The validity of inertial measurement units (IMU) in three-dimensional lower-body human gait analysis
(Read abstract)
P14 RACHEL KENNEDY
Can retrospective report of falls provide an accurate snapshot of falling compared to prospective reporting in children and adolescents with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease? (Read abstract)
P15 LUKE PERRATON
Quadriceps rate of force development following total knee replacement is associated with gait speed – low-cost clinically feasible methodology (Read abstract)
P16 ARKIEV D’SOUZA
Measurement of intramuscular fat in the medial gastrocnemius of stroke patients (Read abstract)
P17 JUNYA EGUCHI 
The topography of hypertrophy: how muscle architecture changes with strength training
(Read abstract)
P18 KYLIE TUCKER
Assessment of individual muscle mechanical properties:  a systematic review (Read abstract)
P19 JAMES NUZZO
Reliability of tests of muscle strength and voluntary activation:  a narrative review (Read abstract)
P20 JACOB THORSTENSEN 
Antagonism of the D2 dopamine receptor reduces voluntary muscle activation and enhances central fatigue in humans (Read abstract)
P21 GABRIEL TRAJANO
The effect of moderate-duration passive muscle stretching on persistent inward currents estimated through paired motor unit analysis (Read abstract)
P22 JOANNA DIONG 
Involuntary hamstring muscle activity reduces passive hip range of motion during the straight leg raise test (Read abstract)
P23 MARTIN HÉROUX 
Poor statistical reporting, inadequate data presentation and spin persist despite editorial advice
(Read abstract)
P24 STEPHEN BESTED
Mixing robotic guidance and unassisted practice for the learning of a sequential movement
(Read abstract)
P25 PHU HOANG
Safety and Feasibility of an Eccentric Exercise Intervention in People with Multiple Sclerosis with ankle contractures – A Case Series of five subjects (Read abstract)
P26 MICHAEL PSARAKIS
Wearable technology reveals gait compensations, unstable walking patterns and fatigue in people with Multiple Sclerosis (Read abstract)
P27 ANNIE BUTLER
Does the way we grasp objects affect how we perceive our hands? (Read abstract)
P28 SERAJUL KHAN
The role of the otoliths in vestibulo-ocular reflex adaptation (Read abstract)
P29 THOMAS KNELLWOLF
Changes in centre of pressure are encoded by muscle spindles supplying intrinsic muscle of the
foot in freely standing humans (Read abstract)
P30 VAUGHAN MACEFIELD
Disturbed proprioception at the knee but not the elbow in hereditary sensory & autonomic neuropathy type III (Read abstract)
P31 HASSAN QURESHI 
The hands are immediately perceived closer to body midline in the absence of vision (Read abstract)
P32 LEWIS INGRAM 
The upper limb physiological profile assessment (PPA): description and reliability (Read abstract)
P33 CLAIRE BOSWELL-RUYS
Respiratory muscle reflex control and dysphagia in incomplete tetraplegia (Read abstract)
P34 EUAN MCCAUGHEY 
Optimal electrode position for Abdominal Functional Electrical Stimulation (Read abstract)
P35 DANIEL MCKEOWN
Severe acute hypoxia reduces motor unit firing rate during isometric contractions (Read abstract)
P36 AMAL OSMAN 
The upper airway is most collapsible during expiration in obstructive sleep apnoea (Read abstract)
P37 DAVID MORKOS
Wearable devices reveal impaired respiratory and cardiovascular responses to clinical assessments and activities during daily life in people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. (Read abstract)
P38 ITOPA AJAYI
Hippocampal modulation of respiratory motor output (Read abstract)
P39 DAINA STURNIEKS
The effect of optic flow on standing balance in young and older people with low and high fall risk
(Read abstract)