Ep. 42: Neuronal Apoptosis- The Cautious and the Willing with Dr. Mohanish Deshmukh and Connor Wander

This episode is all about neuronal apoptosis.  In Dr. Mohanish Deshmukh’s eyes, some cells are willing to undergo apoptosis, while …

Ep. 41: Alzheimer’s Disease Research roundtable with Drs. Cynthia Lemere, Charles Glabe, and Lea T. Grinberg

  This week’s episode marks the 2nd of a series focused on Alzheimer’s disease (AD) research.  All episodes were recorded …

Ep. 38: Wood Thrushes and Canadian Wildlife Ecology with Alex Israel

For Part Two in our wildlife ecology series, we talked with Alexandra Israel, a Master’s student at York University about …

Ep. 37: Conservation and Rainforest Ecology with Stephanie Martin

This week we kick off part one of a two part series on conservation and ecology.  We talked to Stephanie …

Ep. 36: Behavioral Nutrition and Weight Management with Rachel Paul

For this episode, we talked to Dr. Rachel Paul, also known as The College Nutritionist, about her work in behavioral …

Ep. 34: Lab to Life 1 with Dr. Lisa Crose from Camargo Pharmaceutical Services

This episode is part of a new series put on by UNC Pharmacology.  Lab to Life exposes students, staff, and …

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 …

The Microbiota-Gut-Brain Axis: What, Why, and How to Maintain Gut and Brain Health

CLICK HERE FOR MOBILE VERSION (VERTICAL) This article focuses on a breakdown of a recently published review paper on the …