Aliah obtained her BEng degree in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Birmingham in 2006 and her PhD from Imperial College London in 2010.
Her PhD focused on developing methods for accurate tracking of scapular movement in-vivo. Following her PhD, she worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the same institution investigating the efficacy of physiotherapeutic rehabilitation techniques of the shoulder in people suffering from shoulder impingement.
She joined the University of Surrey in July 2011 as a lecturer in Human Movement Analysis.
Her current research interests are in inter-segmental coordination patterns and movement variability with applications in upper-limb movement, ageing and amputee gait.
- Upper-limb and shoulder movement analysis
- Efficacy of upper-limb rehabilitation modalities
- Intersegmental coordination and movement variability
- Amputee gait analysis
- Foot and ankle biomechanics.
- Royal Surrey County Hospital
- Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital
- Imperial College London