Today during the Tsien lab meeting, one of the post-docs mentioned an online repository of video/postcasts of NIH events and seminars. Intrigued, I harnessed the power of Google to find the NIH VideoCasting and Podcasting website, brought to us by the Center for Information Technology. The website contains a library of seminars, recorded in both video and audio forms, on subjects in Neuroscience, Bioethics, Career Development, and Evolution and Medicine.
Some examples from the list of available Neuroscience seminars:
- Molecular neurobiology of social bonding: implications for autism spectrum disorders, by Larry Young.
- Selectivity of local circuits in the neocortex by Stanford's own Shaul Hestrin.
- Receptors, Synapses and Memories by Richard "Not-to-be-confused-with-Huguenard" Huganir
- Common Mechanisms of Axon Guidance, Axon Regeneration and Vascular Patterning by Marc Tessier-Lavigne
- The Ins and Outs of Glutamate Receptor Synaptic Trafficking by Roger Nicoll
- Plasticity and Processing in the Whisker Map in Rat Somatosensory Cortex by Dan Feldman.
- Recurrent Inhibitory Circuits in the Cortex by Massimo Scanziani
- Synaptic Plasticity: Multiple Mechanisms and Functions by Rob Malenka
The list goes on. In short, a rich repository of fascinating talks given by experts in the field of neuroscience.
Again, these talks are available online at the NIH VideoCasting Website.