A collection of profiles highlighting the stories of Women in Neuroscience.
Dr. Indira Turney
48:22In this episode, Nancy interviews Indira, a postdoc at Columbia University who studies the impact racism and lived experiences have on the aging brain.
Dr. Lucina Uddin
50:47In this episode, Megan interviews Lucina, a professor at UCLO who studies the organization and dynamics of large-scale brain networks underlying cognitive flexibility.
Dr. Talia Lerner
49:51This episode features Nancy’s interview with Talia, an Assistant Professor at Northwestern University who studies the neural circuits basis of motivation, reward learning and habit formation.
Dr. Aya Osman
52:28This episode features Catie’s interview with Aya, a postdoc (and a professional model) who studies how the gut microbiome and the brain interact in the context of autism spectrum disorder.
Dr. Ann Hermundstad
1:23:59This episode features Daniela’s interview with Ann, a Group Leader at HHMI’s Janelia Research Campus who studies studies strategies for representing sensorimotor information that support efficient circuit computations and guide flexible behavior.
Dr. Preeya Khanna
48:14In this episode, Nancy interviews Preeya, a Postdoctoral fellow at UCSF & UC Berkeley (joint program) who develops technologies that help with rehabilitation in disorders that affect the motor system.
Dr. Letisha Wyatt
51:05In this episode, Nancy interviews Letisha, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurology at OHSU and Director of its Diversity in Research initiative.
Dr. Carsen Stringer
1:10:49In this episode, Daniela interviews Dr. Carsen Stringer, a Group Leader at the HHMI Janelia Research Campus who studies visual computation and the neural representations of behavioral states.
Dr. Maria Lehtinen
35:31In this episode, Catie talks with Maria, an Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School who studies cerebrospinal fluid signaling in health and disease.
Dr. Gabrielle Gutierrez
44:16In this episode, Dakota interviews Gabrielle, who is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Washington. She uses information theory to understand how neural circuits encode sensory information. She’ll be starting her own lab as an Assistant Professor at Barnard College in 2022!