Brain Matters the Podcast is an exciting way for anyone to learn about the fascinating world of neuroscience directly from the researchers who have dedicated their lives to uncovering the mysteries of the brain. Our mission is to make neuroscience accessible, relatable, and intriguing while still respecting the integrity of the science we love.
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On this episode, Anthony spoke to Dr. Roderick MacKinnon (Professor, Rockefeller University, HHMI) about ion channels, studying what fascinates you, and the importance of thinking childishly. more
On this episode, Matt spoke to Dr. Richard Tsien (Professor & Chair, New York University). Dr. Tsien has a diverse career, contributing many important findings to the field of cellular and molecular neuroscience, with a primary focus on understanding... more
On this (50th!) episode of Brain Matters, Anthony talks to Dr. Fred Wolf (Assistant Professor, UC Merced). Dr. Wolf is interested in how alcohol and other drugs of abuse change our genes when we take them. Using the fruit fly as a model organism, he ... more
I am a post-bac researcher getting ready to apply to graduate school in neuroscience. It can be over whelming at times and listening to this podcast has really helped me feel invigorated in the search for the right program. I love hearing about the research and I think the hosts ask great questions. I also love getting to hear some more personal stories and insight from the professors that they interview. Thanks for the great work!
Very informative podcast, the host asks excellent questions and has some very high-caliber experts in the field as guests. They do get into the nitty-gritty technical parts of neuroscience, which I personally love. However, this could be difficult for people outside of biology. more
And caretaker band great. Thank You!
I’ve subscribed to over twelve specialized neuroscience podcasts over the years. I can say without reservation (2019-01-16) that I turn to yours FIRST, as my most important and my most entertaining podcast. I even enjoy the music. I’ve learned to trust you guys so much that I’ve embarked on a journey to listen to every past show, even though initially it seemed of little interest. But the cochlear joke? I’ve HEARD quite enough of that lately. It SOUNDS to me like you need a new line.
Great podcast! Have a lot of information for brain enthusiast like me!
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Brain Matters launched 10 years ago and published 53 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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