The Future of imaging with Tammie Benzinger

Greg sits down with Dr. Tammie Benzinger, a research professor in Neuroimaging at Washington University at St. Louis to discuss her unique role in scientific research (58s), how imaging techniques have evolved in the last twenty years (2:59), using neuroimaging to diagnose Alzheimer's disease (8:58), observing biomarkers that examine neural connectivity (17:40), the challenges of... Continue Reading →

Philosophy Talk with Ken Taylor

Greg is joined by renown philosopher, Dr. Ken Taylor of Stanford University to talk about the professional relationships between philosophy and science (2:42), going from wanting to be an engineer to being a philosopher (7:49), the process of formulating philosophical ideas (10:33), intrinsic dispositions and social norms (17:59), the process of writing philosophy, book writing,... Continue Reading →

Time for some Science with Karen Gamble

On the latest episode of the Greg Suess Podcast, Greg sits down with Karen Gamble, associate professor in Psychiatry at the University of Alabama Birmingham and a GSU Brains and Behavior alum. They begin with reminiscing about a GSU homecoming and inspirations for going into science (1:48), the life of electrophysiology experiments during post-doctoral training... Continue Reading →

Understanding our Social Brain with Chet Sherwood

On today's episode, Greg sits down with Chet Sherwood, professor of anthropology at George Washington University. They discuss the relationship between the fields of neuroscience and anthropology (2:15), techniques used to study comparative neuroanatomy (5:40), how social interaction influences brain development between non-human primates and humans (9:54), how the nature of looking at non-human primate... Continue Reading →

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... Continue Reading →

Wait… this is a Podcast?With Ron Davis

On today's episode, Greg sits down with Dr. Ron Davis, Professor and Chair of Neuroscience at the Scripps Research institute Florida to discuss the pioneering of molecular/genetic techniques in neuroscience (2:21), the science of active forgetting as a component of learning and memory (8:05), current research in mitochondrial therapeutics (18:55), and the challenges/adventure of creating... Continue Reading →

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