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Dr Kischka has background training including a first degree in psychology, and then training in medicine and in rehabilitation in the Netherlands, Germany, the United States and Switzerland before moving to Oxford. His particular clinical interests include spasticity and he is responsible for the specialist spasticity clinic. He is responsible for the clinical management of the majority of the inpatients in the neurological rehabilitation service.
His research interests currently focus on neurological changes seen in association with the rehabilitation process, working closely with the functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Centre at the John Radcliffe Hospital.