The wiggly red lines on the big screen (left) are the workings of a highly trained, very experienced medical man. Jim Parle, Professor of Primary Care at Birmingham Medical School.
His head is in the MEG scanner at Aston University, and there’s a video stream of the experiment on the smaller screen.
Continue reading “What’s going on in your GP’s brain?”
Spike Walker – whose microscope images adorn the cover of The New Optimists – received the 2010 Combined Royal Colleges Medal from the Royal Photographic Society for “outstanding contribution to photography and its application in the service of medicine.”
Among the other many accolades he’s received, he’s also a 24-times Wellcome Image Award winner, the latest awarded in 2012.
You can view a slideshow of some of his amazing photographs in the left hand gallery panel on this home page, and watch this video for some behind the scenes footage of Spike at work in his lab, a converted garage!