Tom Arichi is a Reader in Perinatal Imaging in the School of Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Sciences, King’s College London whose research focuses on developing and applying advanced novel neuroimaging methods (particularly MRI and EEG) to understand early human brain development in health and disease. He is also a Consultant in Paediatric Neurodisability at the Evelina London Children’s Hospital where he manages the long term care of children who have unfortunately suffered an injury around the time of birth. Tom is the lead on the Scalability theme working group.
Personal Statement: A large motivation for my work and involvement in the network comes through my clinical work, where I believe that we should and can be doing better to improve the lives of young people with neurodevelopmental conditions. I passionately believe that neurotechnology in all of its different forms is key to making that difference and that working together as a community is vital to keep driving the field forwards.