Old technology is shedding new light on baby brain injury, promising to make the world a safer place for newborn babies and their families.
Brain injury is a leading cause of mortality in newborns, but detection and monitoring is no easy feat. However, Gemma Bale’s pioneering work is changing this.
Join her as she demonstrates how she’s pushing the boundaries of cutting-edge medical research, giving hope to affected families.
Find out more about Gemma’s work with infrared technology here.
Winner of the 2018 Isambard Kingdom Brunel Award Lecture for engineering, technology and industry