Prof Malcolm Granat

School of Health & Society

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Malcolm specialising in the quantification of free-living physical behaviour through the use of body-worn monitors. His research emphasises the creation of innovative outcome measures based on physical behaviour patterns, which aim to evaluate the efficacy of interventions across various populations and clinical groups, including stroke patients, individuals with osteoarthritis, those experiencing intermittent claudication, and the elderly. In 2016,
Malcolm was instrumental in founding the International Scientific Society for the Measurement of Physical Behaviour (, where he now serves as Past President. Additionally, he holds the position of Director for the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Prosthetics and Orthotics, overseeing the education of 60 PhD students in the field.