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Ahead of an exhibition at Oxford's Museum of Natural History, Professor Rebeccah Slater from the Department of Paediatrics explains how she became interested in the area of pain in babies and pre-term babies.

Infant pain

A new exhibition at Oxford’s Museum of Natural History in partnership with Oxford Neuroscience, opens on 10 March 2017. ‘Brain Diaries’ charts the astonishing development of the human brain, from conception through childhood and adulthood to old age.

Professor Rebeccah Slater is taking part in the launch of this celebration and exploration of the work of Oxford's thriving community of neuroscientists.

Here she talks about her work, and her hopes for how the research will offer better and more targeted pain relief in infants.

Read more (Department of Paediatrics website)