Ep. 33: Brain Imaging of Chronic Pain with Anton Rogachov and Connor Wander

This week we talked with Anton Rogachov, a 5th year PhD student in Dr. Karen Davis’s Lab at the University …

Ep. 32: Search and Destroy in HIV Therapy Part II – with Aaron Devanathan and Connor Wander

In our second interview with Aaron Devanathan, a PhD student in the Kashuba Lab at UNC Pharmacy, we dive deeper …

Ep. 31: The Microbiota-Gut-Brain Axis: From eubiosis to dysbiosis and back: useful biomarkers for clinical treatment with Miguel Mateas

Today, back by popular demand is Miguel Mateas, a Clinical Nutritional Neuroscientist who studies how the microbiota affects the brain.  Diversity …

Ep. 29: Fasting, Keto, and Injuries with Exercise Physiologist Alyssa Olenick

We talked to Alyssa Olenick, also known as Little Lyss Fitness for her online fitness presence and training programs, about …

Ep. 28: Cognitive Rehab using Virtual Reality with Faviola Dadis

We spoke with Faviola Dadis, the CEO of NeuroReality who is using the company to fund her PhD research.  NeuroReality …

Ep. 27 – Free and Open Science: Reworking peer review and null results with Sander van Bree

 Science isn’t perfect and one of it’s biggest problems revolves around the publishing process, by which scientists share their …

Ep 26: Traumatic brain injury and CTE Roundtable with Connor and Julian

Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that is associated with traumatic brain injury (TBI). CTE is mainly …

Ep. 25 – Straight from a Scientist Update Episode

  Hey SFS listeners! Julian and Connor meet up online to discuss the past, present, and future of SFS.  Thanks …

Episode 24: Search and Destroy in HIV Therapy with Aaron Devanathan

Our final ComSciCon interview is with Aaron Devanathan.  Aaron studies HIV infection and elimination in the Department of Pharmacy at …

Episode 23: The Role of Apoptosis with Georgia Smith

  We had the chance to talk with Georgia Atkin-Smith about different types of cell death, autoimmune disorders, and the …