Cerebrum editor Bill Glovin’s monthly interviews with top neuroscientists who discuss their research-based articles, their personal stories, and how their work has the potential to make a difference in people’s lives. Listen to some of these engaging and memorable interviews, read the latest Cerebrum articles, and explore the most complex organ in the human body.
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Cerebrum Podcast #30: Brain Training for Kids: Adding a Human Touch
Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek, the $7.5 billion market for apps and games and the latest research on its effectiveness.
Cerebrum Podcast #29: Why Do We Love Music?
Robert J. Zatorre talks about his pioneering research and studies that show that music has the power to change an individual’s brain.
Cerebrum Podcast #28: Building the Thermometer for Mental Health
Thomas R. Insel, M.D., on his transition from directing the National Institute of Mental Health to co-founding startups, and his efforts to transform the future of mental health care.
Cerebrum Podcast #27: Naltrexone: A History and Future Directions
Mark Gold talks about his career studying addiction and the brain, and an opioid crisis that kills more Americans each day than gun violence or car accidents.
Cerebrum Podcast #26: A Novel Therapy for Huntington’s Disease
Albert La Spada discusses a new strategy for treating Huntington’s and other degenerative diseases.
Cerebrum Podcast #25: The Brain’s Waste-Removal System
Helene Benveniste talks about her role in the discovery in the glymphatic system and its potential to help treat Alzheimer’s and any number of other degenerative diseases.
Cerebrum Podcast #24: Remembering What We Learn
Henry L. “Roddy” Roediger talks strategies to retain information gleaned from more than 50 years of research, and what motivated him to enter the field.
Cerebrum Podcast #23: Fire in the Smoke: Battling Brain Tumors
Michael Lim, talks about the challenge of overcoming glioblastoma.
Cerebrum Podcast #22: The Skinny on Brains: Size Matters
Jon H. Kaas explains how our neocortex sets us apart.
Cerebrum Podcast #21: The Dazzling Promise of Ketamine
Ronald S. Duman talks about ketamine’s potential to be the most significant breakthrough for treating depression in half a century.
Cerebrum Podcast #20: Alabama to Beijing… and Back: The Search for a Pain Gene
Stephen G. Waxman talks about his career as a neuroscientist and his forthcoming book, Chasing Men on Fire: The Story of the Search for a Pain Gene.
Cerebrum Podcast #19: Know Thyself: Well-Being and Subjective Experience
Joseph LeDoux talks about his work as founding director of The Emotional Brain Institute at New York University, and his role as a founding member of the popular band, The Amygdaloids.
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