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 →
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 →
On today's show Greg talks with Dr. Jim Hudspeth, an expert in hearing and audition to discuss his inspiration to scientific research (2:18), why has hearing research lagged behind other sensory neuroscience research (5:41), why frogs are a good model to study audition (7:51), the foundation of audition research and what we are doing to... Continue Reading →
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 →
Part 2 of the NFL off-season podcast has Greg and Reilly talking about the NFL draft, specifically what does Cleveland do at 1 (2:07), the quarterback class (7:41), the Giants draft strategy (15:46), the rest of the draft big board and quarterback fits (18:52),Packers and Colts draft strategy and some breaking news!!! (37:47)
Greg and Reilly have a long overdue 2017 playoffs (1:54) and Superbowl recap (6:54), go over upcoming free agency (24:35), have some 2017 stats trivia (48:31), and predict the 2018 NFL awards (55:04).
On today's podcast, Greg sits down with music neuroscientist Ani Patel of Tufts to discuss composers native language has an imprint on there music (1:34)the type of training to become a music neuroscientist (6:41),discuss whether animals move to musical beats similar to humans (10:52), the type of students that Dr. Patel seeks out (19:15), the... Continue Reading →
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... Continue Reading →