Women of Atlanta Neuroscience

This week's podcast is a round table discussion talking about the obstacles and roadblocks women in science careers face. Katie Partrick, Laura Cortes (Georgia State University), and Desiree De Leon (Emory University) first talk about the inspiration for conducting this podcast (5:23), what drove them to enter a STEM graduate program as well as their... Continue Reading →

A Neuroscience homecoming with Matia Solomon

Greg sits down with Brains and Behavior annual retreat guest Lecturer Matia Solomon, a GSU alum, to to talk about her homecoming and changes at GSU (3:06), research that her lab does in psychopathologies (7:50), switching between model organisms (10:07), juggling the many hats of an academic (14:37), structuring a lab and what to look... Continue Reading →

Follow your gut with Rob Knight

On this week's podcast Greg sits down with Dr. Rob Knight, professor in pediatrics and computer engineering ath the University of California San Diego and co-founder of the American Gut Project and the Earth Microbiome Project to discuss growing up in New Zealand then transferring to graduate school in the states (2:27), transitioning from traditional... Continue Reading →

This is creative! A Q&A with Greg Suess

  The latest edition of the Potential magazine has a profile of Greg Suess, creator of the Greg Suess Podcast and Neuroscience Phd candidate of GSU's Neuroscience Institute.  The profile is a Q&A asking questions about how the podcast was conceived to inspirations on topics. The Q&A transcript is below but you can also find... Continue Reading →

Helping children one breath at a time with Nino Ramirez

On today's podcast Greg sits down with Dr. Nino Ramirez, professor and director for integrative brain research at Seattle's children hospital about moving and conducting research all over the world through graduate school and post-doc training (1:35), the inspiration (pun intended) to study biological rhythms related to children’s diseases (6:38), research studying biological respiratory rhythms... Continue Reading →

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