Brains & Bourbon Ep. 3: neuroinflammation, brain parasites, zombie mice, and Sazerac

Brains & Bourbon Ep. 3: neuroinflammation, brain parasites, zombie mice, and Sazerac

A new week, means a new episode of Brains and Bourbon! Our guest this week is Egle Cekanaviciute, a 5th year graduate student in Marion Buckwalter’s lab, who teaches us how to make a Sazerac, and talks to us about teaching, neuroinflammation, and brain parasites and zombie mice! This week, we have two versions: one shorter, one longer (including additional and expanded sections). The Shorter Version The Longer Version Download these podcasts or Subscribe via iTunes You can also stream or download the shorter version of the episode here: Brains & Bourbon Ep3 Neuroinflammation/Sazerac/EgleCekanaviciute SHORT or the longer version of the show here: Brains & Bourbon…

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Brains & Bourbon Ep.2: neuronal plasticity, religion, and green Chartreuse

Brains & Bourbon Ep.2: neuronal plasticity, religion, and green Chartreuse

A new week, means a new episode of Brains and Bourbon! Our guest this week is George Vidal, a 4th year graduate student in Carla Shatz’s lab here at Stanford, who talks to us about neuronal plasticity, and the intersection between science and religion, and shares with us his favorite cocktail — green Chartreuse. This week, we have two versions: one shorter, one longer (including additional and expanded sections). The Shorter Version The Longer Version Download these podcasts or Subscribe via iTunes You can also stream or download the shorter version of the episode here: Brains & Bourbon Ep2 Plasticity/Chartreuse/George Vidal…

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Brains & Bourbon Ep. 1: Attention and an Old Fashioned

Brains & Bourbon Ep. 1: Attention and an Old Fashioned

This summer we are launching a new podcast centered around the Stanford neuroscience community called “Brains and Bourbon,” 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. Our first guest is Nick Steinmetz, a 6th year graduate student in Kwabena Boahen and Tirin Moore’s labs here at Stanford, who talks to us about attention and monkeys, and shows us how to make an Old Fashioned cocktail.

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