NeuroTalk S2E1: Yun Zhang

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Welcome to the new year of school, and a new year of NeuroTalk! In the first episode of our second season, our guest is Yun Zhang, an associate professor of biology at Harvard University. We speak with professor Zhang about growing up in science, and studying learning and behavior in C.elegans!

Note to listeners: we had some connectivity issues while conducting the interview, so the audio quality is not as good in some places.


You can also stream or download this NeuroTalk here: 

NeuroTalk S2E1 Yun Zhang

Season 1 of NeuroTalk is still available for your listening pleasure here:

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Astra Bryant

Astra Bryant is a graduate of the Stanford Neuroscience PhD program in the labs of Drs. Eric Knudsen and John Huguenard. She used in vitro slice electrophysiology to study the cellular and synaptic mechanisms linking cholinergic signaling and gamma oscillations – two processes critical for the control of gaze and attention, which are disrupted in many psychiatric disorders. She is a senior editor and the webmaster of the NeuWrite West Neuroblog