Dr Sam Parnia's pioneering investigation into what happens during cardiac arrest will change our attitude to life and death.
Dr Sam Parnia divides his time between hospitals in the United Kingdom and in the United States, where he is Director of Critical Care Research at State University of New York in Stony Brook. In the UK he is an honorary fellow at Southampton University Hospital, and Founder Director of the Human Consciousness Project at the University of Southampton, leading AWARE, a new scientific study analysing the brain and consciousness during cardiac arrest. His work has been widely featured in the Guardian, GQ, Psychology Today, Time, Newsweek, as well as on the BBC and CNN. He is the author of What Happens When We Die?
Fascinating... [the] message is one of hope * Daily Mail *
Visionary... -- Stephen A. Mayer, Professor of Neurology, Columbia University
Stimulating and highly informative -- Jerry Nolan, Consultant Anaesthetist, Royal United Hospital, Bath