How much does the brain know about itself? In this Ask a Neuroscientist, Guillaume Riesen considers three different types of "knowledge" that the brain might have about itself: physical sensations, energy usage, and abstract thought.Read More
In this exciting new episode of Brains & Bourbon, Zoya Farzampour talks to us about the role of non-neuronal brain cells in epilepsy, why electrophysiology is so dang cool, and much more!
Zoya is a 5th year graduate student in John Huguenard's lab here at Stanford.
On this episode of Brains & Bourbon, we sit down with Mariko Bennett to discuss the magic and mystery of glia, the future of gene therapy, and why clamato juice is a thing.
Mariko is an MD/PhD student in Ben Barres's lab here at Stanford.
"Brains and Bourbon" is a show about cocktails and neuroscience. Each week, we invite a neuroscientist to discuss the process and motivation behind their science, and to share their favorite cocktail with us.
You have a brain and you like to drink, so come sit down and have a drink with us.
Be sure to catch this week's episode of Brains & Bourbon featuring Stanford professor Tony Ricci today at 1pm on Stanford radio KZSU 90.1FM