Public engagement videos from Edinburgh Imaging academics and other speakers.
This video explores the collaborations of Edinburgh Imaging.
Hear Dr Tom MacGillivary's presentation, as part of the EICC's series of free public lectures, InnovationBiotechnology, which took place on 12 April 2016 at EICC.
If you were unable to attend the Brain Bank workshop in Edinburgh in 2014, you can view all the presentations online through the SINAPSE website.
Professor Wardlaw discusses clot busting treatments and neuroimaging research.
Professor Stephen Lawrie delivers his lecture on "Scanning for a Diagnostic Test for Schizophrenia".
Perfect vision: state-of-the-art imaging centre transforms patient experience.
Targeted treatment for acute stroke.
Professor David Newby delivers his lecture on Air Pollution and Heart Attacks.
In this video Malcolm describes his research in Evidence Based Translational Medicine - how we can make best use of what is already known as we develop new interventions for human diseases.
In this video Alexa describes a project addressing the nature of 'over-activation' in normal ageing. A new neuroimaging analysis method was used to examine patterns of activity within frontal cortex.
In this video David describes his research into the use of computational modeling for the analysis of neural activity and development.
In this video David describes how macrophages genetically modified to express heme-oxygenase-1 (HO-1) reduce experimental acute kidney injury (AKI).
Dr Cyril Pernet describes how brain scanning has transformed research and understanding of the brain.
A video showing a research team leader from Edinburgh University. It looks at the key skills needed to carry out effective research involving neurotransmitters.
Professor Andrew Farrall on the MSc Neuroimaging for Research programme.
A video presenting this flagship project.
Symposium on the ethical issues around managing incidental findings during imaging research.
Three videos on Stroke Research & Trials, and one Video on how people can improve the outcome after stroke.