In late 2017 the Physiological Society got in touch to start a new series of films exploring research published in their monthly journal, The Journal of Physiology. Armed with a list of questions I send over, the in-house communications team at the researcher’s university record an interview. I then pull this together with narration, motion graphics, and sound design. The videos are published on YouTube and Facebook, with short clips used across social media.
A research study investigates why pregnant women should sleep on their side:
A paper investigates vasopressin’s role in jet lag:
And complex heart modelling looks at the potential of optogenetic stimulation to combat heart failure: