Daniel Jamieson

daniel.jamieson@newcastle.ac.uk | Doctoral Trainee

Daniel Jamieson

I'm a doctoral trainee at Open Lab in the School of Computing Science. I finished my bachelor's degree at Newcastle University and began working here as a Research Assistant, where I worked on projects involving wearable sensors and multi-touch multi-user interactions as well as the analysis of accelerometry data from osteoarthiritis and sarcoma patients.

I began my PhD in 2014. My research focuses on movement quality assessment with applications in the domain of healthcare & well-being. I am interested in how we can apply machine learning techniques to healthcare and fitness applications, and right now I am working on wearable technologies to improve stroke rehabilitation.


2017

Developing an innovative online medication calculator for patients with Parkinson's disease who are nil by mouth
Fisher JM, Hand A, Jamieson D, Wood B, Walker RW, Future Hospital Journal27-29

2016

Wrist worn accelerometers with vibrating-alert to prompt exercises after stroke (WAVES)
Da Silva RH, Moore S, Jamieson D, Balaam M, Brittain K, Brkic L, Ploetz T, Rodgers H, Shaw L, van Wijck F, Price C, 2nd European Stroke Organisation Conference 2016531-532
Wristband Accelerometers to motiVate arm Exercise after Stroke (WAVES): study protocol for a pilot randomized controlled trial
Moore SA, Da Silva R, Balaam M, Brkic L, Jackson D, Jamieson D, Ploetz T, Rodgers H, Shaw L, van Wijck F, Price C, Trials
 
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