BBC Radio 4 – Women’s Hour – WISE Awards 2016 (aired 12th November 2016) – Director of Global fNIRS and Professor of Medical Physics at University College London, Clare Elwell, discusses her nomination for the WISE award, which celebrates the women leading the way in science, technology, maths and engineering. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b081l8fy
Grand Challenges – Gate’s Foundation Annual Meeting (26th October 2016) – Spotlight talk on the Brain Imaging in Global Health (BRIGHT) project by Claire Elwell.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUnW4_aD1j8&t
Understanding Malnourishment (posted 14th September 2015). Article in The Psychologist profiling Sarah-Lloyd Fox’s role as the lead psychologist in the BRIGHT study. https://thepsychologist.bps.org.uk/understanding-malnourishment.
Vector, Boston Children’s Hospital – Early Adversity and the Brain (June 2015). An article describing the initial studies conducted in Dhaka, Bangladesh. http://vector.childrenshospital.org/2015/06/early-adversity-and-the-brain-bangladeshi-children-may-provide-lessons/
BBC World News Horizons 4, Episode 16 – The Brain (aired 23rd November 2014). TwoFour Productions. http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/worldnews/2014/horizons-adam-shaw. In this TV documentary we are featured discussing our new research using fNIRS in a global health setting in rural Gambia to investigate under nutrition.
BBC Horizon – Living with autism (aired 1st April 2014) http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0404861. A documentary presented by autism expert Prof. Uta Frith and featuring the work we do at the Babylab to coincide with World Autism day.
BBC Worldservice Healthcheck – Babies’ Minds: The Truth about Life and Death (aired 13th July 2014). http://bbc.in/1pPWEiX. In this radio show we are featured discussing our new research using fNIRS in a global health setting in rural Gambia to investigate under nutrition.
UCL Engineering – Seeing signs of autism in infrared. (2013) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dFyt03HRhPo. In this short film we discuss the use of fNIRS in our research in the British Autism Study of Infant Siblings project.