Season 2 Transcripts
Episode 14: Developing A Connection (Julia Kaltschmidt, Stanford)
Dr. Kaltschmidt tells us how neurons in the spinal cord form connections with other nerves.
Episode 13: Curb Your Consumption (Scott Kanoski, USC)
Dr. Kanoski tells us how the hippocampus is involved in feeding behavior.
Episode 12: Mind The Microbes (Carlotta Ronda, Columbia; Martina Sgritta, Baylor)
Dr. Ronda tells us about how she thinks about modifying microbial communities in our gut. Dr. Sgritta tells us about how a particular bacteria can be used to treat autism spectrum disorder.
Episode 11: Jumpstart Your Career (Natale Sciolino, NIEHS & Sofia Axelrod, Rockefeller)
Dr. Sciolino tells us about how a region in your brain thought to regulate stress also governs eating. Dr. Axelrod tells us about how circadian rhythms work to govern our lives.
Episode 10: Food For Thought (Gary Schwartz, Einstein)
Dr. Schwartz tells us about how he thinks about researching how our body makes sense of food.
Episode 9: Beyond The Hypothesis (Hans Clevers, Utrecht)
Dr. Clevers shares both his research experiences and how he thinks about the scientific process.
Episode 8: Translating Disease Models (James Bayrer, UCSF)
Dr. Bayrer shares his work on intestinal organoids and irritable bowel syndrome and how we can optimize time management.
Episode 7: Developing Our Creativity (Gary Wu, UPenn)
Dr. Wu shares his experiences as both a physician and scientist and how we can develop the skills to think creatively and communicate effectively.