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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Image Consciousness in the Emergency Department - Developing and Evaluating Novel Radiological Pathways and Technologies in the Acute Healthcare Setting A brief portfolio of four distinct projects - scaphoid injuries, blunt chest trauma in the elderly, acute gallstone disease, and a mobile x-ray machine with embedded AI technology. Alex Novak, Lois Brand, Phil Hormbrey 22 Jan 2020
2 ALMA and the Birth of Stars Across Galaxies The 2018 Astor Visiting Lecture 14th March 2018 delivered by Professor Adam Leroy, Ohio State University. Adam Leroy 28 Mar 2018
3 Creative Commons Brain imaging and the Whitehall II Study Prof Klaus Ebmeier, Professor of Old Age Psychiatry, gives a talk for the Oxford Conference on Psychiatry and Ageing. Klaus Ebmeier 09 Oct 2015
4 Watching the Brain Change Our research uses brain imaging techniques such as MRI, to assess changes in brain activity or brain structure. We then try to use this information to design new interventions to improve healthy ageing or boost recovery from stroke. Heidi Johansen-Berg 11 Jun 2015
5 Creative Commons Translating Image from the Research Lab to the Clinic How imaging is used in translational neuroscience. Clare Mackay 21 May 2015
6 Imaging the mechanisms of behavioural control Inaugural lecture Timothy Behrens 12 Nov 2014
7 Light Fantastic: X-ray Laser Research in Oxford David LLoyd describes how x-rays can be used for far more than identifying broken bones. David Lloyd 04 Jun 2013
8 Creative Commons Fluorescence Imaging and Research into Cardiac Contraction Dr Pawel Swietach, University Lecturer, talks about his use of fluorescence imaging in his research into the role of calcium in cardiac contraction. Pawel Swietach 20 Jun 2012
9 Creative Commons Understanding human pain, suffering and relief through brain imaging Professor Irene Tracey talks about her research into pain through using brain imaging technology to see exactly how the brain is affected by pain while discussing its implications to how we understand pain in society. Irene Tracey 09 Nov 2009