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 #8: Examining The Causes Of Autism – With David G. Amaral, Ph.D.
David G. Amaral discusses the challenges of autism research, gene modification, environmental factors, why it is important for autistic adults to find their place in communities, and more.
Cerebrum Podcast #7: Finding the Hurt in Pain – With Irene Tracey, Ph.D.
Irene Tracey discusses the complexity of pain issues and how imaging pain is having an impact in the judiciary and in resolving end-of-life issues.
Cerebrum Podcast #6: Understanding the Terrorist Mind – With Emile Bruneau, Ph.D.
Emile Bruneau talks about what constitutes terrorism, the role of social media, the link between brain imaging and behavior, and conflict resolution programs.
Cerebrum Podcast #5: The Evolving View of Astrocytes – With Philip G. Haydon, Ph.D.
Philip G. Haydon discusses the role of astrocytes in brain function and their potential to affect sleep, learning, and memory.
Cerebrum Podcast #4: The Human Connectome Project: Progress and Prospects – With David Van Essen, Ph.D., and Matthew Glasser, Ph.D.
David Van Essen and Matthew Glasser discuss their role on the project, some unexpected surprises, and what they hope to discover next.
Cerebrum Podcast #3: Drinking Water and the Developing Brain – With Ellen K. Silbergeld, Ph.D.
Ellen K. Silbergeld discusses the Clean Water Act, the calamity in Flint, Michigan, and how to uncover whether your drinking water is safe.
Cerebrum Podcast #2: The Neuro Funding Rollercoaster – With Harry M. Tracy, Ph.D.
Harry M. Tracy discusses the past, present, and future climate in the areas he tracks and speculates about other areas that are also vital to providing money for research.
Cerebrum Podcast #1: A New Approach for Epilepsy – With Ray Dingledine and Bjørnar Hassel
In their May Cerebrum article, “A New Approach for Epilepsy,” Ray Dingledine, Ph.D., and Bjørnar Hassel, M.D., Ph.D.—longtime research collaborators—focus on a new study may very well initiate a shift to new therapeutic approac...
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