From Our Neurons to Yours Podcast
May 25 2023 | From Our Neurons to Yours
In this episode, psychiatrist Nolan Williams discusses transcranial magnetic stimulation for major depressino and its implications for the future of psychiatry on “From Our Neurons to Yours”, a podcast from the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute.
May 11 2023 | From Our Neurons to Yours
In this episode, neuroscientist and pediatric oncologist Michelle Monje helps us understand the mystery of the persistent "brain fog" that often plagues Long COVID patients.
Apr 27 2023 | From Our Neurons to Yours
New techniques for growing human brain tissue in the lab are fueling a revolution in scientists' ability to observe human brain development, trace the origins of psychiatric disorders and develop new treatments. Featuring Stanford psychiatry professor Sergiu Pasca.
Apr 13 2023 | From Our Neurons to Yours
Biologist Lauren O'Connell shares the neuroscience behind familial bonds across the animal kingdom— and what this could teach us about our own experience as partners and parents.
Mar 30 2023 | From Our Neurons to Yours
Touch is one of the most important human senses. It lets us connect with the world – and each other. Roboticists like Allison Okamura – today’s podcast guest – think we should be building technology that helps us reconnect through the power of touch.
Mar 16 2023 | From Our Neurons to Yours
Will we soon be able to rejuvenate our brains? We talked with Tony Wyss-Coray, the director of the Knight Initiative for Brain Resilience at Wu Tsai Neuro, to learn more.
Mar 9 2023 | From Our Neurons to Yours
Are bionic eyes in our future? In today's podcast, we talk to Professor EJ Chichilnisky of the Stanford Artificial Retina Project about how electronic implants could reverse blindness in people with retinal disease.
Mar 2 2023 | From Our Neurons to Yours
Institute affiliate Erin Gibson explains why we should pay attention to our circadian rhythms
Feb 23 2023 | From Our Neurons to Yours
Institute affiliate Keith Humphreys explains why we think of addiction as a disease
Feb 16 2023 | From Our Neurons to Yours
Wu Tsai Neuro faculty scholar Julia Kaltschmidt answers: "Is your gut a 'second brain'?"