600 babies… piece of cake!

  The dHCP completes 600 neonatal scans. To mark our 600th neonatal scan, the team at King’s College London had an in house celebration! Project’s Chief Investigator, Professor David Edwards, joined the team in celebration.

Project to map human brain from womb to birth releases stunning images

The Guardian Science Editor, Ian Sample spoke to Professor Jo Hajnal, Project’s Principle Investigator at King’s College London; about the project, the data release and challenges of MR imaging in newborns.   https://www.theguardian.com/science/2017/may/10/project-to-map-human-brain-from-womb-to-birth-releases-stunning-images

Baby brain scans reveal trillions of neural connections

BBC coverage of the Developing Human Connectome Project’s first data release. The Project’s Chief Investigator, Professor David Edwards, explains the importance of the open access data release. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-39854654  

BBC Future: A blueprint of the emerging mind

BBC science journalist David Robson introduces the Developing Human Connectome Project. Describing his visit to the centre and discussion with Chief Investigator, David Edwards, Robson explains some of the challenges of gaining ground breaking data from new-born babies as  well … Continued

Nature: Connectomes make the map

This article in the journal Nature explains how the Developing Human Connectome Project (dHCP) will play a significant role in the future of neuroscience. The ground-breaking techniques developed and employed by the dHCP team, from successfully scanning babies with no general … Continued

International Clinical Trials Day 19th May 2015

  Tuesday the 19th of May marked our celebration of International Clinical Trials Day. This annual event commemorates the beginning of clinical research, dating back to the 18th century when James Lind studied Scurvy, developing the theory that citrus fruits … Continued