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Dr David Carmichael

UCL Institute of Child Health

Developmental Imaging and Biophysics
UCL Institute of Child Health
30 Guilford Street


My research is focussed on using new combinations of imaging techniques to measure and understand human brain activity across spatial and temporal scales. This work encompasses technical aspects such as ensuring safety and optimising data quality when new combinations of measurements are made. I am also engaged in exploring and using new methods for analysing the data obtained.

IRIS profile

Available Projects:

Integration of electrical encephalography (EEG) and brain near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) to measure electrical activity, oxygenation and haemodynamic changes in human epilepsy

Ultra high resolution imaging in paediatric epilepsy

Developing Motion Insensitive Measurements of Epileptic Activity Across Spatial and Temporal Scales Using EEG and Fast fMRI

Quantitative Fetal Post-Mortem Neuroimaging