Western News did a feature on our patient with the Riddoch phenomenon and produced a video. The work has been featured on Scientific American, the National Post, Global News, the Daily Mail (U.K.), Newsweek, Science Daily, The London Free Press, CTV News, CBC Afternoon Drive, Medical News Today,Global News Radio 980 CFPL (London, Ontario) and numerous other international sources.
Jody contributed to a feature on eLife's approach to peer review.
The Sunday Post (Scotland) did a feature on Patient MC, "I have not seen my daughter smile since I went blind": Mum’s rare condition lets her ‘see.’
Jody was a guest on the Dermot and Dave Show on Today FM (Ireland’s most listened to mid-morning music and chat show) to discuss the case of Patient MC.
Research from Tamar Makin's lab at UCL/Oxford, in collaboration with Scott Macdonald and Jody Culham (Hahamy et al., 2017, Current Biology), has been featured in the media, including The Independent, The Daily Mail, The Sunday Times, Seeker, Technology Networks, and Science Daily.
BBC Radio 4 did a feature on our work on a patient who can see things that are moving but not things that are stationary (time: 5:00-11:15)
Dr. Jacqueline Snow's paper in Journal of Neuroscience gets media coverage from South Asian Daily
Jody Culham gave a public lecture on "How the Mind Can Control Machines" at the London Public Library, London, Ontario
Jody Culham gave a public lecture on "How Can the Brain Control Machines?" at the Toronto Mini-Maker Faire
Culham Lab alumna Christine Carter was featured in an online piece by the National Arts Centre.
Our work with a woman, Patient MC, who has a fascinating neurological syndrome was featured on National Public Radio in the US in a piece called "The Blind Woman Who Sees Rain, But Not Her Daughter's Smile." You can hear a 10-min radio interview or see a 3-min video simulating her visual experiences.
Jody Culham organized a discussion panel on "Publishing 2.0: How can we change the publishing system in researchers' best interests?” Canadian Association for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec.
Jody Culham participated in an eLife-sponsored online discussion about how scientists can change science publishing and research assessment [see video]
Jody Culham did a media interview with Global News to discuss "Does new driving technology make us worse drivers?”
Jody Culham gave a public lecture about "How the Brain Controls the Body" at the London Children's Museum for Research Matters
The Treachery of Images (Jody Culham) - CBC Radio-Spark with Nora Young
How our brains react to objects versus how we react to images of objects and the implications for our very visual - and virtual - culture
New brain imaging study advances understanding of how humans use tools (Jody Culham and Jason Gallivan) - Canadian Association for Neuroscience
Using tools separates humans from monkeys: Study (Jody Culham) - MetroNews London
Culham appointed to new, innovative journal (Jody Culham) - Western News
How many brains do you have? (Jody Culham) - Treehouse Talks, Toronto Reference Library
12 Medical Breakthroughs Of The Year (Jody Culham and Jason Gallivan) - Reader's Digest.ca
Using fMRI To Tell The Future (Jody Culham and Jason Gallivan) - redOrbit: Your Universe Online
Scientists read minds to predict hand actions - Brain-driven prosthetics possible, but 'Minority Report' scenario far off (Jody Culham and Jason Gallivan) - CBC News: Technology & Science
Mind-reading scientists predict what a person is going to do before they do it (Jody Culham and Jason Gallivan) - DailyMail: Science & Tech
Brain activity making waves (Jason Gallivan) - MetroNews London
The Centre for Brain and Mind - Research on predicting future actions (Jody Culham and Jason Gallivan) - Western News
Brainscan breakthrough: Working robot limbs come closer (Jason Gallivan) - The Register
Scientists move closer to mind reading (Jody Culham and Jason Gallivan) - TGDaily
Researchers Can Predict Future Actions from Human Brain Activity (Jody Culham and Jason Gallivan) - Science Daily
CBC Radio Quirks and Quarks 35th Anniversary Show
Jody Culham appears as a panellist to discuss how neuroscience has changed over the previous 35 years.
Jody Culham: More Than an Eye Can see - Research Western