Position for postdoctoral researcher to optimise expressive music parameters to achieve cardiovascular aims for individuals
Professor Elaine Chew has been announced as a finalist in the Falling Walls Science Breakthroughs of the Year 2023, Art and Science category,
Lecture-performance on synergies between music and cardiology speckled with musical examples and a HeartFM technology demonstration
Elaine Chew plays Ivan Tcherepnin’s Happy Birthday Variations to thank the doctors and nurses at Barts Heart Centre who treated her some years ago
Had a blast with Christopher and Colleen Catania of the Live Fix Podcast on the tremendous and profound impact live music has on our hearts and human physiology. Don’t miss the part where Colleen asks what would happen if the hearts of two concert fans were transplanted and swapped.
The NMES comms undercover agents Lizzie Ellen and Emily Pulham report on their HeartFM experience on instagram and twitter
Katherine Kinnaird’s talk on Data Science+ (Intersections with Music, Humanities, Cultural Analytics) 22 May 2pm, Nash Lecture Theatre
OPEN PHD POSITION: A music-physiology data science doctoral scholarship now open to international applicants for October 2023 entry
Elaine Chew gave a keynote with a live demo of HeartFM visualisation at the Danish Operations Research annual meeting in Copenhagen
Fancy having your blood pressure taken and continuously monitored while listening to music ? This is the study for you !