Dr Andrea Stennett, is a research Neuro-physiotherapist whose interest and passion lies in the area of adult neurorehabilitation and disability management. Andrea studied physiotherapy at the University Hospital of the West Indies. She later moved to London and completed a Master of Science Degree in Neurorehabilitation and PhD in Health Studies Research at Brunel University.
Andrea currently works with the Barts MS Team and at the Wolfson Institute of Preventative Medicine, Queen Mary University of London. Outside her working responsibilities she is a member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Neurology for the London region and serves as the Education and Research Development Officer.
Andrea firmly believes that bridging the gap between clinical practice and research creates the opportunity to deliver an evidence based perspective in the rehabilitation of people generally and those living with long term conditions. She has worked on a number of clinical trials involving people with Multiple Sclerosis. Her research interests include exploring the exercise and physical activity priorities of people with Multiple Sclerosis and finding ways to embed these into routine clinical practice.