CANCELLED:Shining light on the brain: Optics in medicine:CANCELLED
Dr Gemma Bale, University College London
Gemma is a medical physicist who creates optical technology to monitor the brain, both its activity and health, in spaces where conventional brain monitors won’t fit: from tracking the brain’s development to searching for biomarkers of newborn brain injury in intensive care. This lecture will illuminate the science and engineering behind this technology - using live demos - and take an in-depth look into the future of brain monitoring.
Dr Gemma Bale is a Research Associate in Medical Physics at University College London. Her work in the Biomedical Optics Research Laboratory focuses on developing new, non-invasive brain monitoring techniques for the measurement of cerebral oxygenation and metabolism. In 2018 she undertook a Media Fellowship, working as a science journalist for BBC Radio 2, and was awarded the Isambard Kingdom Brunel Award Lecture for Engineering, Technology and Industry by the British Science Association, as part of its prestigious Award Lecture.
Lectures usually held at 7pm in the Lindop Building, University of Hertfordshire, College Lane, Hatfield AL10 9AB. To book a place or for further information on this season's events, please contact Dr. Diane Crann (email email@example.com).
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