Circadian rhythms and the Nobel Prize with Amita Seghal.

Greg sits down with Dr. Amita Seghal, who’s chronobiology work contributed to the 2017 Nobel prize in Physiology or Medicine to discuss research before drosophila (2:13),challenges starting grad school in a new city (5:07) research in early grad school (6:46), transition to post doc work (10:02), research involved with the 2017 Nobel Prize (13:26), discovery of sleep onset proteins (16:15), fly model of sleep (18:57),sleep deprivation and its effect on the microbiome (21:28)studying Sleep in the Body outside of the brain(23:37), future research projects (26:32) and importance of sleep plus hobbies (28:02).

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