Peter Feys (H-index 39) has published over 200 peer- reviewed articles in international clinical neurological and rehabilitation journals. His inter-disciplinary research is focused on rehabilitation for gait and upper limb function in predominantly persons with neurological conditions. It comprises investigations of walking motor fatigability, music-based entrainment and sonification, cognitive-motor interference, technology-supported training, upper limb functioning and community self-directed training. Neuro-imaging is performed to understand the impact of interventions on neural function and structure. The research is mostly performed in persons with Multiple sclerosis and secondary stroke and CP. He is part of the UMSC Hasselt-Pelt consortium.
Peter Feys have been president of RIMS (Rehabilitation in MS; www.euRIMS.org), a European network of best practice and research from 2011-17. The European network is including MS clinical centers, MS specialized health care professionals, MS societies and MS research centers. I am member of different international committees and workgroups, in the PMSA and PROMS (MSIF)-initiatives as well as the SRRR (stroke recovery and rehabilitation roundtable, on control interventions). Peter Feys participated to the MS Clinical Trials Advisory committee in 2022.