A gut feeling with Kenton Sanders

On today’s episode Greg sits down with Dr. Kenton Sanders, Professor and Chair of Integrative Neuroscience at the University of Nevada School of Medicine to discuss his training in comparative biology (1:38), the evolution of electrophysiology as a field the last forty years (4:28), comparing and contrasting classical central pattern generators with novel electrical gut cells (8:27), the role of calcium in muscle contraction (10:27), uncovering the link between gastrointestinal diseases with muscle contraction dysfunction (18:42), the diversity and multi-disciplinary nature of neuroscience (25:31), the perks of living in Reno, NV (27:48), and future research directions (30:48).

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