Dr Michael Thacker


NameDr Michael Thacker
Job titleProfessor
Organisational UnitAllied Health Sciences

Research outputs

Gait-Initiation Onset Estimation During Sit-to-Walk Comparing Healthy Individuals and Ambulatory Community-Dwelling Stroke Survivors

Jones, GD, James, DC, Thacker, M, Perry, R and Green, DA (2019). Gait-Initiation Onset Estimation During Sit-to-Walk Comparing Healthy Individuals and Ambulatory Community-Dwelling Stroke Survivors. doi:10.18744/LSBU.002933

Physical activity interventions are delivered consistently across hospitalized older adults but multimorbidity is associated with poorer rehabilitation outcomes: A population-based cohort study

Jones, J, Jones, GD, Thacker, M and Faithfull, S (2017). Physical activity interventions are delivered consistently across hospitalized older adults but multimorbidity is associated with poorer rehabilitation outcomes: A population-based cohort study. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. 23 (6), pp. 1469-1477.

Pain: A Statistical Account

Tabor, A, Thacker, M., Moseley, GL and K├Ârding, KP (2017). Pain: A Statistical Account. PLoS Computational Biology. 13 (1), pp. e1005142-e1005142.

Pharmacologic modulation of hand pain in osteoarthritis: A double-blind placebo-controlled functional magnetic resonance imaging study using naproxen

Sanders, D, Krause, K, O'Muircheartaigh, J, Thacker, M., Huggins, JP, Vennart, W, Massat, NJ, Choy, E, Williams, SCR and Howard, MA (2015). Pharmacologic modulation of hand pain in osteoarthritis: A double-blind placebo-controlled functional magnetic resonance imaging study using naproxen. Arthritis and Rheumatology. 67 (3), pp. 741-751.

The close proximity of threat: Altered distance perception in the anticipation of pain

Tabor, A, Catley, MJ, Gandevia, SC, Thacker, M., Spence, C and Moseley, GL (2015). The close proximity of threat: Altered distance perception in the anticipation of pain. Frontiers in Psychology. 6 (MAY).

Quantifying the test-retest reliability of cerebral blood flow measurements in a clinical model of on-going post-surgical pain: A study using pseudo-continuous arterial spin labelling

Hodkinson, DJ, Krause, K, Khawaja, N, Renton, TF, Huggins, JP, Vennart, W, Thacker, M., Mehta, MA, Zelaya, FO, Williams, SCR and Howard, MA (2013). Quantifying the test-retest reliability of cerebral blood flow measurements in a clinical model of on-going post-surgical pain: A study using pseudo-continuous arterial spin labelling. NeuroImage: Clinical. 3, pp. 301-310.
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