About the team

The collaboration came about following an initial meeting between Dr Gill Brown and Dr Mattia Veronese, who have been involved in all of the projects to date.

Dr Gill Brown recently completed her PhD in graphic design at the University of the Arts London, based at London College of Communication. Having previously worked as an exploration geophysicist, her on-going research focuses on scientific visual communication. For more details, see Gill’s website.

Dr Mattia Veronese is a Senior Molecular Imaging Scientist at the Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences, King’s College London. For more details, see Mattia’s KCL webpage.


CNS personnel who are involved in the Patient Information Sheet project, initiated in June 2020.

Dr Giovanna Nordio is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences, King’s College London. For more details, see Giovanna’s KCL webpage.


CNS personnel who took part in the initial phase of the collaboration, from May 2017 to September 2018. Ms Schubert and Ms Santangelo were also involved in the Graphic Design for Scientific Figures workshops held in Jan / Feb 2020.

Dr Nisha Singh was a neuropharmacologist at the Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences, King’s College London during the initial phase of the collaboration. In January 2019, she moved to the Psychiatry Department in Oxford University.

Dr Yannis Paloyelis is a lecturer in neuroscience and psychology at the Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences, King’s College London. For more details, see Yannis’ KCL webpage.

Professor Federico Turkheimer is Professor of Neuroimaging Analysis and Statistics at King’s College London, based in the Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences. For more details, see Federico’s KCL webpage.

Ms Julia Schubert is a group image analyst at the Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences, King’s College London. For more details, see Julia’s KCL webpage.

Dr Pierluigi Selvaggi was a psychiatrist and a PhD research student at the Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences, King’s College London, during the initial phase of the collaboration. During 2019, he moved to work in Italy.

Ms Barbara Santangelo is a group image analyst at the Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences, King’s College London. For more details, see Barbara’s KCL webpage.

Dr Daniel Martins is a medical doctor and a PhD research student at the Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences, King’s College London. For more details, see Daniel’s KCL webpage.

Mr Robert Taylor was a Neuroscience MSci student at King’s College London during the initial phase of the collaboration.