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Television - News and Current Affairs

 

Professor Solomon provides expert comment on a range of medical issues

 

 was most recently demonstrated during the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa 2014-15. I frequently appeared live

 

on all the major national and international TV News channels (including BBC World News, BBC Breakfast News, ITV News, Sky News)

 

BBC Breaking News: Ebola Outbreak – risk to UK? (31st July 2014)

Sky News: Use of experimental drugs for Ebola (7th Aug2014)

BBC World TV News: WHO declare Ebola a Public Health Emergency (8th Aug 2014)

BBC One - The Sunday Politics I responded to some tough questioning during an interview with Andrew Neal: “Ebola threat to UK and Africa: Pollock and Solomon” (20th Oct 2014).

 

Professor Tom Solomon studied medicine at Oxford, did a PhD in Vietnam and postgraduate virology in the United States, before training as a neurologist.


He is Director of the University of Liverpool’s Institute of Infection and Global Health, and Professor of Neurology at the Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust. He studies emerging viral infections, particularly those that affect the brain, has published more than 200 scientific papers, and was
awarded the Royal College of Physicians Triennial Moxon medal in 2014.

His science communication work includes a highly acclaimed TEDx talk, many radio and television appearances, a Guinness World Record for creating the “World’s Biggest Brain”, and another for running the fastest marathon dressed as a doctor.


He tweets @RunningMadProf

www.tomsolomon.co.uk

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24 Hours Inside Your Body - Channel 4

 

It’s the world first human body rig – two ordinary people are filmed going about their typical day in forensic detail while covered from head to toe in high tech, medical, monitoring equipment.  During the “body rig”, their heart rate, glucose levels, respiration, blood pressure, posture, movement and brain waves are monitored, second by second and matched to the video footage by 3 leading scientists.

 

Together, Neurologist Professor Tom Solomon, Physiologist Doctor Jason Gill, and Psychiatrist Doctor Lia Ali monitor the medical data to gain a unique insight into how every tiny detail of a typical day affects the human body.

"a fascinating proposition " The Guardian

Watchdog - BBC 1

It’s the world first human body rig – two ordinary people are filmed going about their typical day in forensic detail while covered from head to toe in high tech, medical, monitoring equipment.  During the “body rig”, their heart rate, glucose levels, respiration, blood pressure, posture, movement and brain waves are monitored, second by second and matched to the video footage by 3 leading scientists.

 

Together, Neurologist Professor Tom Solomon, Physiologist Doctor Jason Gill, and Psychiatrist Doctor Lia Ali monitor the medical data to gain a unique insight into how every tiny detail of a typical day affects the human body.

"a fascinating proposition " The Guardian

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