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Dr Marta Bienkiewicz-Watson

Dr Marta Bienkiewicz-Watson

Project Manager and Research Fellow

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 South Cloisters 1.34

 

South Cloisters, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK

Overview

I am currently working on IDEAL 2 project (http://www.idealproject.org.uk/) that aims to enable people to live well with dementia. I have been involved in several projects looking at improving daily functioning and mobility in people with Parkinson’s disease and after stroke. In particular, I was looking how we can harness technology (with embedded patterns of sensory information) to facilitate the rehabilitation of neurological patients by developing assistive devices and to enhance athletic performance.

Broad research specialisms

Neuropsychology of perception and action, Clinical Neuropsychology, Movement enhancement with artificial sensory patterns, Assistive devices, Health Informatics, Dementia, Parkinson’s disease, Stroke, Movement Disorders

Qualifications

Ph.D. (Queen's University of Belfast, Motor control in Parkinson's disease, 2011)

M.Sc.(Unviersity of Edinburgh, Human Cognitive Neuropsychology, 2008)

M.A. (University of Lodz, Clinical Psychology, 2006)

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Research interests

I have a passion for using sound science to better the quality of life for people with disabilities as well as transferring scientific knowledge into policymaking.

Research projects

IDEAL

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Bienkiewicz MMN, Craig C (2016). Editorial: Sound, Music, and movement in parkinson's disease. Frontiers in Neurology, 7(NOV).
Bienkiewicz MMN, Craig CM (2015). Parkinson's is time on your side? Evidence for difficulties with sensorimotor synchronization. Frontiers in Neurology, 6(NOV). Abstract.
Bieńkiewicz MMN, Brandi ML, Hughes C, Voitl A, Hermsdörfer J (2015). The complexity of the relationship between neuropsychological deficits and impairment in everyday tasks after stroke. Brain and Behavior, 5(10). Abstract.
Bieńkiewicz MMN, Brandi ML, Goldenberg G, Hughes CML, Hermsdörfer J (2014). The tool in the brain: Apraxia in ADL. behavioral and neurological correlates of apraxia in daily living. Frontiers in Psychology, 5(APR). Abstract.
Bieńkiewicz MMN, Rodger MWM, Young WR, Craig CM (2013). Time to get a move on: Overcoming bradykinetic movement in Parkinson's disease with artificial sensory guidance generated from biological motion. Behavioural Brain Research, 253, 113-120. Abstract.
Bieńkiewicz MMN, Rodger MWM, Craig CM (2012). Timekeeping strategies operate independently from spatial and accuracy demands in beat-interception movements. Experimental Brain Research, 222(3), 241-253. Abstract.

Publications by category


Books

Cliquet A, Secca MF, Schier J, Pastor O, Sinoquet C, Loose H, Bienkiewicz M, Verdier C, Plantier G, Schultz T, et al (2015). Preface.
Cliquet A, Forjaz Secca M, Schier J, Pastor O, Sinoquet C, Loose H, Bienkiewicz M, Verdier C (2015). Preface.

Journal articles

Bienkiewicz MMN, Craig C (2016). Editorial: Sound, Music, and movement in parkinson's disease. Frontiers in Neurology, 7(NOV).
Bienkiewicz MMN, Craig CM (2015). Parkinson's is time on your side? Evidence for difficulties with sensorimotor synchronization. Frontiers in Neurology, 6(NOV). Abstract.
Hughes CML, Baber C, Bienkiewicz M, Worthington A, Hazell A, Hermsdörfer J (2015). The application of SHERPA (Systematic Human Error Reduction and Prediction Approach) in the development of compensatory cognitive rehabilitation strategies for stroke patients with left and right brain damage. Ergonomics, 58(1), 75-95. Abstract.  Author URL.
Bieńkiewicz MMN, Brandi ML, Hughes C, Voitl A, Hermsdörfer J (2015). The complexity of the relationship between neuropsychological deficits and impairment in everyday tasks after stroke. Brain and Behavior, 5(10). Abstract.
Buckingham G, Bieńkiewicz M, Rohrbach N, Hermsdörfer J (2015). The impact of unilateral brain damage on weight perception, sensorimotor anticipation, and fingertip force adaptation. Vision Research, 115, 231-237. Abstract.  Full text.
Bieńkiewicz MMN, Brandi ML, Goldenberg G, Hughes CML, Hermsdörfer J (2014). The tool in the brain: Apraxia in ADL. behavioral and neurological correlates of apraxia in daily living. Frontiers in Psychology, 5(APR). Abstract.
Bieńkiewicz MMN, Rodger MWM, Young WR, Craig CM (2013). Time to get a move on: Overcoming bradykinetic movement in Parkinson's disease with artificial sensory guidance generated from biological motion. Behavioural Brain Research, 253, 113-120. Abstract.
Bieńkiewicz MMN, Rodger MWM, Craig CM (2012). Timekeeping strategies operate independently from spatial and accuracy demands in beat-interception movements. Experimental Brain Research, 222(3), 241-253. Abstract.

Conferences

Hughes CML, Tenorth M, Bienkiewicz M, Hermsdörfer J (2013). Action sequencing and error production in stroke patients with Apraxia: Behavioral modeling using Bayesian logic networks.  Abstract.
Hughes CML, Baber C, Bienkiewicz M, Hermsdörfer J (2013). Application of Human Error Identification (HEI) Techniques to cognitive rehabilitation in stroke patients with Limb Apraxia.  Abstract.
Hermsdörfer J, Bienkiewicz M, Cogollor JM, Russel M, Jean-Baptiste E, Parekh M, Wing AM, Ferre M, Hughes C (2013). CogWatch - Automated assistance and rehabilitation of stroke-induced action disorders in the home environment.  Abstract.
Bieńkiewicz M, Goldenberg G, Cogollor JM, Ferre M, Hughes C, Hermsdörfer J (2013). Use of biological motion based cues and ecological sounds in the neurorehabilitation of Apraxia.  Abstract.
Bienkiewicz M, Craig C (2011). Parkinson's - is time on your side?.  Author URL.

Publications by year


2016

Bienkiewicz MMN, Craig C (2016). Editorial: Sound, Music, and movement in parkinson's disease. Frontiers in Neurology, 7(NOV).

2015

Bienkiewicz MMN, Craig CM (2015). Parkinson's is time on your side? Evidence for difficulties with sensorimotor synchronization. Frontiers in Neurology, 6(NOV). Abstract.
Cliquet A, Secca MF, Schier J, Pastor O, Sinoquet C, Loose H, Bienkiewicz M, Verdier C, Plantier G, Schultz T, et al (2015). Preface.
Cliquet A, Forjaz Secca M, Schier J, Pastor O, Sinoquet C, Loose H, Bienkiewicz M, Verdier C (2015). Preface.
Hughes CML, Baber C, Bienkiewicz M, Worthington A, Hazell A, Hermsdörfer J (2015). The application of SHERPA (Systematic Human Error Reduction and Prediction Approach) in the development of compensatory cognitive rehabilitation strategies for stroke patients with left and right brain damage. Ergonomics, 58(1), 75-95. Abstract.  Author URL.
Bieńkiewicz MMN, Brandi ML, Hughes C, Voitl A, Hermsdörfer J (2015). The complexity of the relationship between neuropsychological deficits and impairment in everyday tasks after stroke. Brain and Behavior, 5(10). Abstract.
Buckingham G, Bieńkiewicz M, Rohrbach N, Hermsdörfer J (2015). The impact of unilateral brain damage on weight perception, sensorimotor anticipation, and fingertip force adaptation. Vision Research, 115, 231-237. Abstract.  Full text.

2014

Bieńkiewicz MMN, Brandi ML, Goldenberg G, Hughes CML, Hermsdörfer J (2014). The tool in the brain: Apraxia in ADL. behavioral and neurological correlates of apraxia in daily living. Frontiers in Psychology, 5(APR). Abstract.

2013

Hughes CML, Tenorth M, Bienkiewicz M, Hermsdörfer J (2013). Action sequencing and error production in stroke patients with Apraxia: Behavioral modeling using Bayesian logic networks.  Abstract.
Hughes CML, Baber C, Bienkiewicz M, Hermsdörfer J (2013). Application of Human Error Identification (HEI) Techniques to cognitive rehabilitation in stroke patients with Limb Apraxia.  Abstract.
Hermsdörfer J, Bienkiewicz M, Cogollor JM, Russel M, Jean-Baptiste E, Parekh M, Wing AM, Ferre M, Hughes C (2013). CogWatch - Automated assistance and rehabilitation of stroke-induced action disorders in the home environment.  Abstract.
Bieńkiewicz MMN, Rodger MWM, Young WR, Craig CM (2013). Time to get a move on: Overcoming bradykinetic movement in Parkinson's disease with artificial sensory guidance generated from biological motion. Behavioural Brain Research, 253, 113-120. Abstract.
Bieńkiewicz M, Goldenberg G, Cogollor JM, Ferre M, Hughes C, Hermsdörfer J (2013). Use of biological motion based cues and ecological sounds in the neurorehabilitation of Apraxia.  Abstract.

2012

Bieńkiewicz MMN, Rodger MWM, Craig CM (2012). Timekeeping strategies operate independently from spatial and accuracy demands in beat-interception movements. Experimental Brain Research, 222(3), 241-253. Abstract.

2011

Bienkiewicz M, Craig C (2011). Parkinson's - is time on your side?.  Author URL.

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