One of the greatest feats (and mysteries) of the human visual system is how we perceive a visually stable world despite constantly moving our eyes to take in the entire scene in front of us. But maybe our representation of the visual world isn't as stable as we think.Read More
Today, our guest is Virginia Lee, Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and Co-Director of the Center for Neurodegenerative Disease Research at UPENN's School of Medicine. We’ll be speaking with her about identifying some of the most famous in neurodegenerative disease, and even all of neuroscience, figuring what to do with your life, and collaborating with a life-partner.
Today, our guest is Elly Nedivi, Professor of Neurobiology at MIT. In this episode, we talk about structural plasticity of inhibition, screening for plasticity genes, and running buddies at Stanford.
Today, our guest is Rui Costa,an HHMI investigator at the Champalimaud Center for the Unknown in Portugal. Well be speaking with him about using transgenics to study complex disease, the neural mechanisms underlying habit learning (like piano playing), and keeping cows as pets.
Catch up on Neurotalk by checking out our Season 3 Archive here.
Season 3 features include The Highlight Reel with the best clips from all seasons of Neurotalk, a special episode on The Future of Scholarly Publishing, our two most popular interviews to date (with Michael Shadlen and James Surmeier), and much more!