Dr Vivien Shaw

Dr Vivien Shaw

Academic Visitor

Qualifications

  • PhD / DPhil (Bangor University)

Recent outputs

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Book Chapter

The Evolution of Scientific Visualisations: A Case Study Approach to Big Data for Varied Audiences

Lunn, A. J., Shaw, V., & Winder, I. C. (2022). The Evolution of Scientific Visualisations: A Case Study Approach to Big Data for Varied Audiences. In L. Shapiro, & P. M. Rea (Eds.), Biomedical Visualisation (51-84). Cham: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-10889-1_3

Digital Artefact

BBC News World Service. The Evidence: Putting the Mouth Back Into the Body

Shaw, V. (2023). BBC News World Service. The Evidence: Putting the Mouth Back Into the Body. [Radio programme]

ACU-Track: The Acupuncture Research Podcast. Episode #6 - What are the Acupuncture Channels?

Shaw, V. (2022). ACU-Track: The Acupuncture Research Podcast. Episode #6 - What are the Acupuncture Channels?. [Video podcast]

Journal Article

Anatomy in Ancient China: How Acupuncture Meridians Were First Identified

Shaw, V., & Winder, I. C. (2021). Anatomy in Ancient China: How Acupuncture Meridians Were First Identified. Acupuncture in Physiotherapy : Journal of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists, 33(2), Article 11-18

Presentation / Conference

The vertebral artery blood supply to the brain and its relationship with cognition across the taxonomic classes: Mammalia and Aves

Lunn, A., Winder, I. C., & Shaw, V. (2021, July). The vertebral artery blood supply to the brain and its relationship with cognition across the taxonomic classes: Mammalia and Aves. Poster presented at Anatomical Society Summer Meeting 2021: Cutting Edge Anatomy, Glasgow

Research interests

Anatomy, acupuncture, neuroscience

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