Why Do You Participate in Brain Awareness Week? With Gwladys Temkou Ngoupaye, Ph.D.
Gwladys Temkou Ngoupaye, Ph.D., shares a personal story of convincing a reluctant secondary school manager to let the Cameroon Association for Neuroscience teach students about drug addiction, and the positive response she and her colleagues received afterwards.
Why Do You Participate in Brain Awareness Week? With Eric Chudler, Ph.D.
A #Brainweek partner for 25 years, Eric Chudler, Ph.D., discusses the camaraderie he feels with his colleagues and the rewarding experience of seeing young kids’ fascination with the brain grow.
Why Do You Participate in Brain Awareness Week? With Chrystalina Antoniades
It’s the personal connections! And through those connections, an opportunity for participating scientists to rethink how they approach their research.
Podcast with Ilina Singh, author of Neuroscience for Global Mental Health
Ilina Singh, Ph.D., author of our Cerebrum magazine cover story “Neuroscience for Global Mental Health,” discusses her experience on the Lancet Commission on Global Mental Health and the NeuroGenE global initiative in psychiatric ethics.
Podcast with Frank Lin, author of Hear and Now
Frank Lin, M.D., Ph.D., author of our Cerebrum magazine story “Hear and Now,” discusses his research and policy making role regarding a link between hearing loss, dementia, and cognitive function.
How Exercise Affects the Brain
Exercise is good for your overall health—including your brain! Learn about its brain-health benefits and get tips for your own exercise routine. One of our videos in partnership with Everwell.
Memories, Decision-making, and Motivation
In this Dana Foundation Brain Lecture, hosted by Secret Science Club, neuroscientist Daphna Shohamy dives deep into the human brain to explore the links between memories, decision-making, and motivation.
The Sound Explorer
Northwestern neuroscientist Nina Kraus discusses the effect that music has on brain development and education, her path to research, and sharing science via her lab's extraordinary website.
Mu-ming Poo Gives EDAB Special Lecture on Neuroethics at FENS 2020
“Non-human primate models for neurobiology and biomedicine" - Mu-ming Poo, Ph.D. (Institute of Neuroscience, Chinese Academy of Sciences Center for Excellence in Brain Science and Intelligence Technology), gives the EDAB Lecture on Neuroethics during the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) Virtual Forum 2020.
Podcast with Gérard Karsenty, author of That Feeling in Your Bones
Gérard Karsenty, M.D., Ph.D., author of our Cerebrum story “That Feeling in Your Bones,” discusses his groundbreaking research regarding osteocalcin, a hormone that triggers a “fight or flight response” and possibly much more.
Podcast with Marc Brackett, co-author of Emotional Intelligence Comes of Age
Marc Brackett, Ph.D., co author of our Cerebrum story "Emotional Intelligence Comes of Age," talks about his path to the field and how becoming a fifth degree black belt in Aikido and his own experience with therapy has informed his work.
Carla Shatz Gives Max Cowan Special Lecture at FENS 2020
“Synapses lost and found: Developmental critical periods and Alzheimer’s disease” - Carla Shatz, Ph.D. (BioX, Stanford University), gives the Max Cowan Special Lecture during the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) Virtual Forum 2020.