COVID-19 has been this year’s big disrupter and life might not return to normal for a long time to come. The Explorazone finale takes you on a live tour with the help of a volunteer and a powerful brain scanner to understand the effects this coronavirus can have on the human body. There will be time to ask questions about the research and hear the experience of at least one COVID-19 survivor.
Stuart Clare is a physicist by training and has been studying the brain using functional MRI for over 25 years. He is passionate about highlighting the role of physics and maths in neuroscience research, and is regularly involved with schools, science fairs and museums.
Betty Raman is a British Heart Foundation Centre for Research Excellence Intermediate Transition Clinical Research Fellow and cardiologist, who is currently researching the effects of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection on multiple vital organs, exercise tolerance, cognition and mental health in patients who are discharged from hospital with moderate to severe Coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
This event takes place in the Explorazone Digital Auditorium. The ‘book now’ button will take you to the registration page for Explorazone Digital.
Please follow this link to book your place.