NASAs Flight Analogs Project, featured on Dara Ó Briain’s Science Club. BBS November 2012 (Link to video)
Helping Astronauts Stay Healthy; NASAs Flight Analogs Project. A bed rest study helps determine the needs of astronauts during space travel. (Link to video).
Interviewed by the BBC and discussion of the upcoming visit and filming at the Flight Analogs Research Unit, September 5, 2012
International Space Station L.A.B.S video released by the NASA Public Affairs Office
Christian Otto was interviewed about NASA’s Ocular Health Study at the American Glaucoma Society Meeting. The meeting was held February 26–March 1, 2015 in Coronado, CA.
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Space Station Live: Checking Your Eyes in Space
Space Station Live commentator Brandi Dean interviews Dr. Christian Otto, Principal Investigator, Ocular Health. This interview aired during Space Station Live on October 9, 2014.
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Space Station Live: Ocular Health for Astronauts. Dr. Christian discusses his ongoing study of ocular health for astronauts.
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Participated in a radio interview at 7 PM Saturday and 1 PM Sunday on FM 89.3 WYPL in Memphis. Vance Durbin http://eyeonvision.blogspot.com.
Interview with NASA PAO for ISS Live TV show – May 2, 2014.
Space Station Live: Studying The Risk of Visual Impairment in Space
Public Affairs Officer Brandi Dean interviews Christian Otto, the principal investigator of the Ocular Health experiment. The research seeks to characterize the physiological changes and risk of visual impairment during a long-term mission in microgravity.
The Ocular Health study will help scientists to understand the changes to an International Space Station crew member's eyesight. The study compares an astronaut's vision during long-term stays in space to their vision before and after a space mission. View on the JSC website.
Space Station Live: Ocular Health for Astronauts - Christian Otto, M.D. in an interview with NASA TV Space Station Live discusses his ongoing study of ocular health for astronauts.
April 20, 2010
NASA Project Scientist Dr. Lori Ploutz-Snyder, a three time Ohio University alumna and Honors Tutorial College graduate, develops strategies to mitigate the debilitating physiologic effects of long-term spaceflight. Her team’s work is of particular importance as NASA continues research on a three-year mission to Mars. Article and interview, Ohio University. Read more.
An interview with NASA Lead Exercise Physiology Scientist Lori Ploutz-Snyder about the SPRINT exercise program used by crew members aboard the International Space Station.
What is NEEMO? - a visit with Bill Todd - Mission Manager of NEEMO
ISS Update: NEEMO Training Simulates Working on an Asteroid – interview with Bill Todd
The NASA ISS Food Intake Tracker (Fit) was featured in a BBC news story: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-25714443.
Completed an interview from the Science Council in the UK for a new website aiming to bring STEM resources to young students, parents, and educators. Women@NASA is helping them by providing content for the space section. FutureMorph.
Publication: “Space Nutrition” Trafford Publishing. Available on the HACD website: Biomedical Research and Environmental Sciences.