Sleep: Your Brainwaves and Body as a Symphony
How did you sleep? I ask not only due to the politeness of a morning greeting, but more so because I am beamingly curious! perhaps 50-odd years ago, all that scientists knew for certain about sleep is that we sleep to alleviate sleepiness. It comes as no surprise that I (and many sleep researchers before me) sought to understand sleep better than this.
Expressing how deeply impassioned I am by the human brain, the body and „beingness“ would not be adequately conveyed to someone who isn’t in my field without the tool of science communication.
I seek to teach often and learn always. Somehow, science communication helps me to be a better student and teacher simultaneously. Authentic and enthusiastic expression is important in how I share my research – relatable and accessible is the goal! I hope to create a digital space where wonder meets knowledge (and, not to put you to sleep!).Zum Beitrag
DisziplinHumanmedizin und Gesundheitswissenschaften / Human and Health Sciences
AwardYOUNG SCIENTIST AWARD
Johanné MaraisUniversity of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Health Sciences, School of Physiology