Cerebrum editor Bill Glovin’s monthly interviews with top neuroscientists who discuss their research-based articles, their personal stories, and how their work has the potential to make a difference in people’s lives. Listen to some of these engaging and memorable interviews, read the latest Cerebrum articles, and explore the most complex organ in the human body.
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Podcast with Gérard Karsenty, author of That Feeling in Your Bones
Gérard Karsenty, M.D., Ph.D., author of our Cerebrum story “That Feeling in Your Bones,” discusses his groundbreaking research regarding osteocalcin, a hormone that triggers a “fight or flight response” and possibly much more.
Podcast with Marc Brackett, co-author of Emotional Intelligence Comes of Age
Marc Brackett, Ph.D., co author of our Cerebrum story "Emotional Intelligence Comes of Age," talks about his path to the field and how becoming a fifth degree black belt in Aikido and his own experience with therapy has informe...
Podcast with Gregory Berns, author of Decoding the Canine Mind
Gregory Berns, M.D., Ph.D., author of our Cerebrum cover story, “Decoding the Canine Mind,” explains the challenges scanning the brain of a dog, what motivated him to specialize in canine cognition, and more.
Podcast with Lee Alan Dugatkin, author of Jump-Starting Evolution
Lee Alan Dugatkin, Ph.D., coauthor of How to Tame a Fox, discusses his Cerebrum article "Jump-Starting Evolution" and other significant findings since the book was published.
Podcast with Roger E. Beaty, author of The Creative Brain
Roger E. Beaty, Ph.D., author of “The Creative Brain,” discusses how creative thinking works in different domains and contexts.
Podcast with Jerold Chun, author of The Gene Conundrum in Alzheimer’s Disease
Jerold Chun, M.D., Ph.D., professor and senior vice president of Neuroscience Drug Discovery at Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute, discusses a genetic approach to solving Alzheimer’s disease, plus a promising t...
Podcast with Keely A. Muscatell, author of Brains, Bodies, and Social Hierarchies
Keely A. Muscatell, Ph.D., author of "Brains, Bodies, and Social Hierarchies," discusses new research that ties income and other factors to stress and emotional responses.
Podcast with Maheen Mausoof Adamson, author of Rewiring the Brain: Zapping with Precision
Maheen Mausoof Adamson, Ph.D., a Stanford professor and senior scientific research director for the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, discusses the neuromodulation field, its potential, and what inspires her research.
Podcast with Michael Lipton, author of Rethinking Youth Sports
Michael L. Lipton, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.R., discusses his Cerebrum article, his long career studying mild traumatic brain injury, and the ethical implications of kids playing contact sports.
Podcast with Howard Hurtig, author of The Many Faces of Parkinson’s Disease
We chat with the founder of the of the Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Center at the University of Pennsylvania and former chair of neurology at Pennsylvania Hospital.
Podcast with Susan Magsamen, author of Your Aesthetic Brain: A Growing Case for the Arts
On research aimed at the intersection of brain sciences and the arts—and how our response to aesthetic experience can amplify human potential.
Podcast with Karen Moxon, author of Mind Over Matter: Cognitive Neuroengineering
On the future of machine-brain interface, and the emerging technology’s privacy and other ethical concerns.
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