This podcast focuses on the people, the science and the challenges in neuroscience.
The director of the Emotional Brain Institute discusses the Cajun music scene in Louisiana and how memories change with time.
The senior research manager at Meta Reality Labs talks about neural networks and his time at the Milton Hershey School.
The Nobel Prize winner talks about PIEZO 1 and 2, proprioception and the viral photo of him and his son from the 2021 Nobel Prize announcement.
The leader of the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute talks about what drew him into the autism field, and his departure from — and return to — the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The director of the University of Pittsburgh’s Autism Center of Excellence talks about her new work investigating suicidality in autistic adults.
The NIH neurologist talks about her research, her family and how mental health labels can be limiting.
In this episode of “Synaptic,” Kasari talks about the need for inclusion in educating autistic children, what drew her into the autism research field, and growing up on the family farm.