The Man with the Plan
Neal Kassell, founder of the Focused Ultrasound Foundation, discusses the early stage, non-invasive therapy
Cerebrum Podcast #32: Spinal Muscular Atrophy: Huge Steps
Lee L. Rubin talks about his Cerebrum article, “Spinal Muscular Atrophy: Huge Steps,” and new drugs and clinical trials that have improved survival rates significantly.
Her Brain on Funny
Weill Cornell Medicine Neuroscience Ph.D. student Shannon Odell explains how she created, writes, and stars in the video series “Your Brain On [Blank]."
Cerebrum Podcast #31: Watering Memory Trees
Dorthe Berntsen, Ph.D., talks the impact of reminiscence therapy and retro environments on Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
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.
How to Teach Brain Science to Kids
Eric Chudler works with other neuroscientists and classroom teachers to develop educational materials to help K-12 students learn about the brain.
How to Organize a Successful Brain Fair
Neuroscientist Michael Burman offers advice on how to organize a successful brain fair for the public.
How to Expand Your Reach
Neuroscientist Heather McKellar offers tips on how to grow your program's audiences and build relationships in your area.
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.
Meet Our Neuroethics Columnist
Philip M. Boffey, former New York Times Editorial Page deputy editor and Pulitzer Prize winner, who discusses clear science writing and his plans for the column.
Pat Metheny’s Brain on Music
Jazz legend Pat Metheny discusses music and the brain, his creative process, and what was not covered during his Dialogues Lecture at the Society for Neuroscience conference