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Neuroscience stories from the lab and life: By scientists, for everyone. Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience (MPFI) researchers host Neurotransmissions: an engaging, accessible look inside the neuroscience research world, exploring current research topics and emerging technologies, public health issues in the domain of biomedical science, the intersection between science and society, and unique perspectives and experiences across generations of neuroscientists.
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In this episode of MPFI's Neurotransmissions Lesley and Jeremy speak with Dr. Kuan Hong Wang, Professor at the University of Rochester and Co-Director of the New Brain Aging Center, about Emotional Well-Being, the power and challenges of big science approaches, and his scientific philosophy to exploring increasingly complex neuroscience questions.W…
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This episode of MPFI's Neurotransmissions Podcast dives into the fascinating world of neuroplasticity, the brain's ability to change and adapt. We're joined by Dr. Anant Jain. Anant joined Centre for High Impact Neuroscience and Translational Applications (CHINTA) in Kolkata, India in November 2023. His lab focuses on understanding the molecular si…
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In this episode, hosts Lesley and Jeremy speak with Dr. Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, Senior Group Leader and Head of Janelia's 4D Cellular Physiology Group, about how technology has shaped her career and her vision for developing a molecular understanding of tissue physiology. Episode Notes:Please help us create content you want to hear by giving …
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Help Shape the Podcast. Visit the link to fill out a survey that will help us better understand our podcast audience, hear your likes and dislikes, and ultimately help us plan for future episodes. Podcast Survey: https://www.mpfi.org/podcast-surveyโดย Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience
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In this episode, hosts Lesley and Joe speak with Dr. Weijian Zong about the motivation, challenges, and advancements behind the development of the MINI2P, an open-source miniaturized two-photon microscope that allows neuroscientists to visualize brain activity in freely behaving animals.Episode Notes:Help support the science, training, and outreach…
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In this episode, hosts Joe and Lesley chat with Dr. Debosmita Sardar about her research into the roles of astrocytes, epigenetics, and serotonylation during odor processing. Dr. Sardar is a K99 Postdoctoral Fellow at Baylor College of Medicine and a selected MPFI NeuroMEETS speaker.Episode Notes:Max Planck NeuroMEETS: https://www.mpfi.org/science/m…
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In this special 2023 Society for Neuroscience Meeting, Lesley discusses the experience of attending the SfN conference for the first time with postbaccalaureate at the National Eye Institute, Alexis Green; presenting a poster and developing connections at SfN with postdoctoral researcher at MPFI, Dr. Tim Holford; and further discuss new insights in…
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In this episode, hosts Joe and Lesley chat with Dr. Rodrigo Pena about computational neuroscience and the power of this field to advance our understanding of the nervous system. Dr. Pena is an Assistant Professor in the Biological Sciences department at Florida Atlantic University. He is also one of the organizers of LASCON IX (Latin American Schoo…
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In this episode, hosts Joe and Lesley chat with Dr. Ewoud Schmidt about his work in studying neuronal circuit development, function, and behavior and how human-specific genes shape neuronal circuits in health and disease. Dr. Schmidt is an Assistant Professor and the Principle Investigator for the Schmidt Lab at the Medical University of South Caro…
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In this episode, hosts Joe and Lesley sit down with Daniela Sammler, a researcher investigating neurocognitive functions related to language and music, and how they might complement each other. A number of fascinating areas are discussed including her work her working on methods for recording human brain activity during complex tasks such as playin…
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In this episode, hosts Joe and Lesley sit down with Nancy Padilla-Coreano, a Principal Investigator at the University of Florida, to discuss the expanding field of social behavior and her work into the brain mechanisms behind social dominance and social competence.Be sure to check the multimedia platform Stories of Women in Neuroscience co-founded …
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In this special two-episode conference podcast, Joe brings you scientific highlights from the 2022 Society for Neuroscience Meeting. In Part 2 Joe discusses new technologies for comparative connectomics and transcriptomics with Dr. Justus Kebschull, cognitive decline in aging C. elegans with Dr. Rachel Arey and thalamic-cortical circuits and our re…
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In this special two-episode conference podcast, Joe brings you scientific highlights from the 2022 Society for Neuroscience Meeting. In Part 1 Joe catches up with some old friends to chat about their latest science and career journeys. He discusses network development with Dr. Gordon Smith, double spines with Dr. Won Chan Oh, and evolutionary adapt…
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In this episode, Lesley has a chat with Dr. Sang Jeong Kim about his research on the neural mechanisms of pain and plasticity. Dr. Kim is the Director for the Neuroscience Research Center and a professor at the Seoul National University, College of Medicine in South Korea.Do you enjoy listening to the podcast? Feel free to like this episode and fol…
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Locomotion is a universal motor action expressed as the output of many integrated brain functions, with brainstem circuits acting as the gate between brain areas regulating innate, emotional, or motivational locomotion and executing spinal motor circuits. In this episode, Joe and Lesley have a chat with Dr. Ole Kiehn about his research on the relat…
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In this episode, hosts Lesley and Anant chat with Harvard University Assitant Professor, Dr. Nicholas Bellono about studying signal processing and how molecular and anatomical features in octopuses may have evolved to support their voracious foraging behavior within seafloor environments.Do you enjoy listening to the podcast? Feel free to like this…
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Sleep is a highly conserved behavior among the animal kingdom, appearing as distant as jellyfish and elephants. It is generally believed that sleep serves a crucially important yet mysterious “core function” that is shared among all animals and that drives its evolution, but the evidence behind this hypothesis is lacking.In this episode, Lesley has…
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In this episode, hosts Joe, Lesley, and Jeremy bring you scientific highlights from the recent Sunposium23 conference. They sit down with three of the invited speakers to chat about their latest research. They discuss how the brain encodes memories in both a stable and flexible manner with Dr. Denise Cai, the complexity of brain-wide serotonin func…
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In this episode, hosts Lesley and Joe chat with the Max Planck Society President-elect, Dr. Patrick Cramer. Dr. Cramer is a chemist and molecular biologist currently serving as Managing Director at the Max Planck Institute for Multidisciplinary Sciences in Göttingen, Germany. In June 2023, he will become the next president of the 75-year-old Max Pl…
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In this episode, host Joe chats with Dr. Lukas Groschner, a Max Planck NeuroMEETS invited speaker, about his curiosity-driven research into the molecules and mechanisms that mediate information processing in flies. Don't miss Dr. Groschner's story of being inspired after listening to a past episode of the podcast. For more information about the Neu…
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In this episode, hosts Joe and Jeremy catch up with Dr. Ed Boyden on the many applications of his neurotechnologies such as optogenetics and expansion microscopy, the power of combining these technologies to establish a computational model of a small organism, and Dr. Boyden's latest technology- signaling reporter islands.Do you enjoy listening to …
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In this episode, hosts Joe Schumacher and Anant Jain chat with award-winning research scientist, educator, and advocate Erin Calipari about a new role for dopamine in the brain, drug addiction, and steps we can take to increase diversity and equity in academia.Do you enjoy listening to the podcast? Feel free to like this episode and follow us to he…
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In this episode, hosts Jeremy and Ingo chat with Dr. Valentina Emiliani. Dr. Emiliani's lab has pioneered the use of wave-front shaping for neuroscience. In particular, they demonstrated a number of new techniques based on computer-generated holography to gain 3D optogenetic control of neural populations.Max Planck Florida's Neurotransmissions Podc…
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In this episode, hosts Misha and Ingo chat with Dr. Stephen Lammel. Dr. Lammel’s lab at UC Berkley explores the circuitry behind neuropsychiatric diseases with a focus on the dopamine reward system in the brain.Max Planck Florida's Neurotransmissions Podcast Website: https://www.mpfi.org/news-media/podcastSocial Media: @MPFneuroTwitter: https://twi…
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Dr. Yuki Oka is an assistant professor at CalTech where his research focuses on understanding the neural and molecular basis of motivated behaviors toward homeostatic regulation. The long-term goal of our research is to understand how the brain integrates internal body state and external sensory information to maintain homeostasis in the body.Liste…
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In this episode, Jeremy and Joe talk with Dr. Hillel Adesnik, Associate Professor at the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of California, Berkley. Together they explore Dr. Adesnik’s work understanding the neural basis of perception, the challenges facing this area of study, and the philosophy of how we understand the conce…
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In this episode, Dr. Mark Churchland talks with MPFI postdocs Jeremy Chang and Alex Gribizis about his research into the function of the motor cortex. Dr. Churchland's lab at Columbia University studies the role of neural activity that affects movement. He takes us through a brief history of this field of study, the limitations of brain-machine int…
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In this episode, Joe and Misha talk to Dr. Mackenzie Mathis about deep learning with artificial neural networks. She takes us through her experience developing computer vision tools like DeepLabCut, as well as her research into adaptive motor control at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne (EPFL).…
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On this episode of Neurotransmissions, Dr Jeff Lichtman professor of Neuroscience at Harvard University and our guest from the 2nd episode of Neurotransmissions is back to visit during MPFI’s annual imaging course. We were lucky enough that Dr. Lichtman spared a bit of time to sit down with Misha and Alex to discuss recent progress that has been ma…
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On this career-focused episode Joe, Audrey, and Jeremy catch up with friend of the podcast Dr. David Schneider. When Dr. Schneider was last on the podcast (Episode 15), he was a postdoctoral fellow newly on the job market looking for an independent position. Now he is running his own lab as an Assistant Professor of Neural Science at New York Unive…
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As they say, “Better late than never!”. We've been digging back into our archive and found this once thought to be a lost interview with Dr. Indira Raman from 2018! Join Joe, Audrey, and Matt as they sit down with Dr. Raman, the Bill and Gayle Cook Professor in the Department of Neurobiology at Northwestern University, to discuss what we know and d…
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How can quantitative methods help us understand how the brain works? On this episode Joe, Jeremy, and Alex are joined by Dr. Peter Dayan the director of the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tubingen, Germany. They'll discuss the different computational approaches taken to understand how the brain works, Dr. Dayan's own work using …
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In this episode, Joe and Misha talk to Dr. Rodrigo Quian Quiroga, author of the new book “NeuroScience Fiction” and researcher who famously identified the Jennifer Aniston neuron. They dive into everything from Dr. Quiroga’s work with concept cells to his fascinating look at the convergence of neuroscience with futuristic sci-fi. They also explore …
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On this episode Jeremy and new guest co-host Alex Gribizis chat with Dr. W. Martin Usrey, Professor and Chair of the Department of Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior and the University of Davis. With Dr. Usrey we learn more about the structure of the visual system, the interactions between these different structures, and things Dr. Usrey has le…
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In this episode, Joe and Misha talk with Kaela Singleton, Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Cell Biology at Emory University and co-founder and president-elect of Black in Neuro. We learn about her research into Menkes Disease, how her career in science has evolved throughout the years, and the work she is doing to help raise visibility and …
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How does the clinic influence the bench? Joe, Jeremy, and Audrey are joined by Dr. Peter Tsai Assistant Professor in the departments of Neurology and Neurotherapeutics, Neuroscience, Pediatrics, and Psychiatry at UT South Western. Learn how Dr. Tsai's experience in the clinic led him down a path of investigating the surprising role of the cerebellu…
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How did an ancient virus help shape the human brain? In this episode, Joe and Jeremy sit down with Dr. Jason Shepherd, Assistant Professor of Neurobiology and Anatomy, Biochemistry and Opthalmology & Visual Sciences at the University of Utah School of Medicine, to discuss the role of Arc (activity-regulated cytoskeleton-associated protein) in the r…
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Cells that fire together wire together. Hebbian mechanisms of plasticity, summarized by that simple phrase, have dominated the field of learning and memory for decades. However, they present limitations when applied to many behavioral paradigms. On this episode Jeremy, Audrey, and Andre sit down with Dr. Jeff Magee, Howard Hughes Medical Institute …
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On the final episode recorded live from the Society for Neuroscience Conference 2019, Jeremy sits down with Dr. Kurt Thoroughman, Associate Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Washing University in St. Louis, and Director of the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Cognitive Neuroscience program. Learn about how NSF is structure…
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At the 2019 Society for Neuroscience Conference in Chicago Misha catches up with an old friend of the podcast Dr. Lauren Ullrich (Ep #13), Scientific Program Manager at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. Learn about the process of applying for funding from the NIH and how Dr. Ullrich's new podcast 'Building up the Nerve' i…
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Our series of interviews at the Society for Neuroscience Conference 2019 in Chicago keeps on rolling as Jeremy sits down with Dr. Marina Picciotto Charles B.G . Murphy Professor of Psychiatry and Professor in the Child Study Center of Neuroscience and of Pharmacology, Deputy Chair for Basic Science Research in the Dept of Psychiatry, Deputy Directo…
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The neuro-revolution is coming. In this episode Jeremy sits down with Drs. Greg Gage and Etienne Serbe in Chicago from Backyard Brains. From an exciting challenge centered around the SfN conference to programs centered around designing new experiments, learn about how Backyard Brains is bringing new opportunities to learn about neuroscience to the …
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Once again Neurotransmissions traveled to the annual Society for Neuroscience conference to chat with some new and old friends. In the first episode of our five-part miniseries, Misha is joined by Tavita Garrett former MPFI post-baccalaureate and current graduate student at Oregon Health & Science University to chat about postbac programs, the path…
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Our two-part series of interviews with Dr. Bert Sakmann continues as he explains to Joe and Misha how he got interested in neuroscience, his work on characterizing ion channels, the finer points of electrophysiology and the importance of synapses. If you have not had a chance yet, make sure to check out part one of our conversation with Dr. Sakmann…
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How does a Max Planck Institute end up in Florida? On this special 50th episode we have the first part of a two-part series of interviews recorded in June 2016, with Dr. Bert Sakmann, Nobel Prize Recipient and the Inaugural Scientific Director of Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience. Joe and Misha sit down with Dr. Sakmann as he recounts t…
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How does language get processed in the brain? New research is taking our understanding of how the brain processes language and speech beyond Broca and Wernicke's areas. This week Joe and Misha are joined by Dr. David Poeppel Director of the Department of Neuroscience at the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics in Frankfurt and Professor of…
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In this episode, Misha and Andre are joined by Dr. Bernardo Rudy, Valentino D.B. Mazzia, MD, JD Professor of Anesthesiology, Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative Care, and Pain Medicine and Professor, Department of Neuroscience and Physiology at New York University. Learn the curious path Dr. Rudy took to obtaining two PhDs, his labs work on…
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How visual is the visual cortex? In this episode, Joe and Jeremy are joined by Dr. Nathalie Rochefort, Sir Henry Dale Fellow and Chancellor's Fellow at the Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences at the University of Edinburgh to discuss why long-held views about the function of the visual cortex are being challenged today. Learn how Dr. Rochefort went…
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What approaches are researchers taking to understand which neurons talk to each other in the brain? Joe and Misha sit down with Dr. Moritz Helmstaedter, Scientific Director and Head of the Department of Connectomics at the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in Frankfurt Germany. They'll discuss the current state of connectomics, the approaches…
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We dug up another episode from our archive for you to enjoy this week. Misha, Joe, and guest co-host Dr. Helena Decker, MPFI's Head of Scientific Communications, sit down with Dr. Roberto Lent, head of the Laboratory for Neuroplasticity of the Institute of Biomedical Sciences, Federal do Rio de Janeiro. They will discuss Dr. Lent's efforts in count…
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