Johanna Kuroczik interviews Elaine Chew for the Falling Walls Special Edition of the Frankfurter Allgemeine
Claudia Wüstenhagen and Tom Kattwinkel interview Elaine Chew to get insights into music-heart-brain interactions and our HeartFM project
Deniz Suer awarded Golding Bird Prize Fund for highest Scholarly Project mark (tied with one other student) at GKT School of Medical Education
Mateusz Soliñski wins Best Poster Award at Computing in Cardiology for posters and papers by Soliński, Courtney Reed, Elaine Chew
Elaine Chew is among the 10 winners interviewed in the Falling Walls Global Call Art & Science category. Read about the inspiring work by the interviewees
Lecture-performance on synergies between music and cardiology speckled with musical examples and a HeartFM technology demonstration
Article featuring two European projects, HeartFM and GOING VIRAL, about music and medicine in the 1600s and today
Sci Am OpEd asserting that music’s structural attributes and physiological effects make it an ideal tool for learning cardiology; studying heart-brain interactions; and dispensing neuro-cardiac therapy
“CNRS le journal” has published the video on our work, “Le piano virtuose”, in partnership with the French newspaper “Le Monde”. Many thanks to Pierre de Parscau for the fine cinematography and editing, and Nicolas Baker for the excellent production!
The amazing influence of music on circulation and blood pressure: How do sounds affect heart function? To find out, the scientist Elaine Chew played Chopin and Bach on the grand piano.