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Dr Alan Godfrey

Associate Professor

Department: Computer and Information Sciences

Dr Godfrey is lead for his departments Digital Health & Wellbeing research group. He was UoA11 Deputy lead for REF2021. He received his BEng in electronic engineering and PhD in biomedical electronics from the University of Limerick, Ireland. He also holds the MBA from Newcastle University. 

His major research is in algorithms for data science and analytics in healthcare. This includes areas of artificial intelligence, machine learning, data mining and multidimensional signal processing. He has published over 100 papers on those topics in various engineering and medical journals from a portfolio of translational-based research. He serves as Deputy Editor for npj/Nature Digital Medicine, Editor for Maturitias and Associate Editor for Journal of NeuroEngineering & Rehabilitation. He is an International Advisory board member for Physiological Measurement. Dr Godfrey is a Member of the Institution Engineering Technology (MIET) and Senior Member of the Institution of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (SMIEEE). He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).

Alan Godfrey

Campus Address

Room 307
CiS Building

Bioinformatics, Connected Health, Healthcare Technology, Sports Technology, Wearable Systems

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Considerations for integrating wearables into the everyday healthcare practice, Powell, D., Godfrey, A. 22 Apr 2023, In: npj Digital Medicine
  • Enhancing Free-Living Fall Risk Assessment: Contextualizing Mobility Based IMU Data, Moore, J., Stuart, S., McMeekin, P., Walker, R., Celik, Y., Pointon, M., Godfrey, A. 12 Jan 2023, In: Sensors
  • Innovation and Technology in Sports, Omar, S., Hassan, M., Casson, A., Godfrey, A., Majeed, . Apr 2023
  • Internet-of-Things-Enabled Markerless Running Gait Assessment from a Single Smartphone Camera, Young, F., Mason, R., Morris, R., Stuart, S., Godfrey, A. 7 Jan 2023, In: Sensors
  • IoT-enabled gait assessment: The next step for habitual monitoring, Young, F., Mason, R., Morris, R., Stuart, S., Godfrey, A. 19 Apr 2023, In: Sensors
  • Personalised and sustainable IEQ monitoring: Use of multi-modal and pervasive technologies, Coulby, G., Clear, A., Jones, O., Godfrey, A. 10 Mar 2023, In: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
  • Sensor Integration for Gait Analysis, Celik, Y., Vitório, R., Powell, D., Moore, J., Young, F., Coulby, G., Tung, J., Nouredanesh, M., Ellis, R., Izmailova, E., Stuart, S., Godfrey, A. 1 Jan 2023, Encyclopedia of Sensors and Biosensors, Elsevier
  • Technological solution for the assessment and rehabilitation of visuo-cognition in Parkinson’s disease, Das, J., Morris, R., Barry, G., Celik, Y., Godfrey, A., McDonald, C., Walker, R., Vitório, R., Stuart, S. 3 Apr 2023, In: Expert Review of Medical Devices

  • Conor Wall Multimodality in healthcare: The role of AI and digital biomarkers (Multi-Bio) Start Date: 01/10/2022
  • Dylan Powell Exploring use of wearables in the management of mild traumatic brain injury Start Date: 01/10/2019 End Date: 24/03/2023
  • Graham Coulby Personalised Environmental Monitoring Building of Occupants: Integration of Scalable Technologies Start Date: 12/04/2019 End Date: 23/12/2022
  • Jason Moore Deep Learning Approach to Video Based Terrain Classification Start Date: 01/10/2021
  • Fraser Young Towards a multi-modal, low-cost approach to gait assessment Start Date: 01/09/2020
  • Yunus Celik Instrumenting gait in neurological disorders: Multi-modal approach using wearables Start Date: 01/10/2019
  • Graham Coulby Monitoring Building Occupants for Personalised Health and Wellbeing: Integration of Scalable Technologies Start Date: 12/04/2019 End Date: 24/09/2021

  • Business Administration MBA August 31 2017
  • Electronics PhD November 06 2008
  • Engineering BEng June 28 2004
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy FHEA

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