Study by Dr Alastair Garfield identifies which neurons in the brain control hunger

  • Alastair Garfield

Press/Media: Research

Period28 Apr 2015

Media coverage

11

Media coverage

  • TitleWhy looking at food could temporarily turn off cravings
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletChina Daily
    Date23/05/15
    PersonsAlastair Garfield
  • TitleThe search for satiety neurons and how to short circuit hunger
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletScience 2.0
    Date3/05/15
    PersonsAlastair Garfield
  • TitleTowards the ability to disable the feeling of hunger
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletAtlantico
    Date29/04/15
    PersonsAlastair Garfield
  • TitleTry staring at a cake if you want to lose weight
    Media name/outletThe Daily Telegraph
    Date28/04/15
    PersonsAlastair Garfield
  • TitleThe 'hunger switch' that could turn our appetite on and off
    Media name/outletDaily Mail
    Date28/04/15
    PersonsAlastair Garfield
  • TitleIt's official: Dieting is unnatural
    Media name/outletDaily Express
    Date28/04/15
    PersonsAlastair Garfield
  • TitleBrain study offers new hope in the battle against obesity
    Media name/outletThe Herald
    Date28/04/15
    PersonsAlastair Garfield
  • TitleMind over fatter
    Media name/outletEdinburgh Evening News
    Date28/04/15
    PersonsAlastair Garfield
  • TitleNew study deomnostrates how artificial activiation of a brain circuit can reduce eating, remove feelings of hunger
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletMedical Xpress
    Date28/04/15
    PersonsAlastair Garfield
  • TitleStaring at cake could temporarily turn off cravings, research finds
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletTech Times
    Date28/04/15
    PersonsAlastair Garfield
  • TitleTowards the ability to disable the feeling of hunger
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletYahoo! France
    Date28/04/15
    PersonsAlastair Garfield