Dinant Riks is a doctoral researcher of chronic migraines with the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences at Oxford University where he’s a member of Pembroke College. Dinant is using MRI technology to explore changes in the structure and function of the brain in the treatment of chronic migraines. We also discuss issues related to pain medication and Dinant shares insights from his previous studies of pharmacology and psychology.
Sven Jaeschke is a biomedical engineer specialising in biomedical imaging. His current research is looking at new methods for testing the heart using MRIs. Sven also explains an approach to engineering which asks the question of how does nature solve a problem. Currently a doctoral candidate and Clarendon Scholar in the Oxford Nottingham Biomedical Imaging (ONBI) Programme, Sven previously worked on pacemakers for the medical technology company Biotronik.