In May 2017, Dr Gill Brown began a collaboration with members of the Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences (CNS) at King’s College London (KCL). This work contributed to Gill’s PhD research, but the collaboration has continued after the completion of the PhD.
All of Gill’s work with the CNS is documented in detail on a dedicated website, Neuroscience & Graphic Design.
All of the work that contributed to Gill’s PhD research can be found on the PhD Research project page of the website, which has links to all of the blog posts that document the progress of the collaborative research.
Since then, Gill has collaborated with the CNS on projects to create an illustrated modular Patient Information Sheet and an illustrated FDOPA PET Imaging leaflet. Follow these links to the collaboration website for much more detail on these projects.
The collaboration website also describes the Graphic Design Workshops that Gill developed with the help of the CNS and other members of the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience at KCL. Gill has continued the evolution of these workshops, which she now offers to research scientists worldwide.
Throughout the collaboration, Gill has built up an Image Gallery of visual elements that any research scientist can access. On request (via the website contact page), the images can be used for research purposes, under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International Licence.