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I am the host of the Greg Suess Podcast, an amateur podcast that discusses regular topics in the world. Topics include, science, sports, pop culture, and politics. Check out all content from us at GregSuess.comThe Greg Suess Podcast may contain copyrighted material that has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. We are using such material available in an effort to improve the quality of content of our viewers. Such improvements do not increase the propriety of the podcast nor decrease in anyway the quality or image of said copyright material. We believe this constitutes a ‘fair use’ of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law.

Latest Episodes

The Greg Suess Podcast S04 E04: Chet Sherwood

On today's episode, Greg sits down with Chet Sherwood, professor of anthropology at George Washington University. They discuss the relationship between the fields of neuroscience and anthropology (2:15), techniques used to study comparative neuroanatomy (5:40), how social interaction influences brain development between non-human primates and humans (9:54), how the nature of looking at non-human primate brains necessitates collaboration (20:50), predicting future changes in brain size and structure (25:29), and the unique circumstance of being a scientist in Washington DC (30:13).

36 MINFEB 21
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The Greg Suess Podcast S04 E04: Chet Sherwood

The Greg Suess Podcast S04 E03: Kenton Sanders

On today's episode Greg sits down with Dr. Kenton Sanders, Professor and Chair of Integrative Neuroscience at the University of Nevada School of Medicine to discuss his training in comparative biology (1:38), the evolution of electrophysiology as a field the last forty years (4:28), comparing and contrasting classical central pattern generators with novel electrical gut cells (8:27), the role of calcium in muscle contraction (10:27), uncovering the link between gastrointestinal diseases with muscle contraction dysfunction (18:42), the diversity and multi-disciplinary nature of neuroscience (25:31), the perks of living in Reno, NV (27:48), and future research directions (30:48).

36 MINFEB 16
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The Greg Suess Podcast S04 E03: Kenton Sanders

The Greg Suess Podcast S04 E02: Ron Davis

On today's episode, Greg sits down with Dr. Ron Davis, Professor and Chair of Neuroscience at the Scripps Research institute Florida to discuss the pioneering of molecular/genetic techniques in neuroscience (2:21), the science of active forgetting as a component of learning and memory (8:05), current research in mitochondrial therapeutics (18:55), and the challenges/adventure of creating a neuroscience program from scratch (21:44).

27 MINFEB 15
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The Greg Suess Podcast S04 E02: Ron Davis

Latest Episodes

The Greg Suess Podcast S04 E04: Chet Sherwood

On today's episode, Greg sits down with Chet Sherwood, professor of anthropology at George Washington University. They discuss the relationship between the fields of neuroscience and anthropology (2:15), techniques used to study comparative neuroanatomy (5:40), how social interaction influences brain development between non-human primates and humans (9:54), how the nature of looking at non-human primate brains necessitates collaboration (20:50), predicting future changes in brain size and structure (25:29), and the unique circumstance of being a scientist in Washington DC (30:13).

36 MINFEB 21
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The Greg Suess Podcast S04 E04: Chet Sherwood

The Greg Suess Podcast S04 E03: Kenton Sanders

On today's episode Greg sits down with Dr. Kenton Sanders, Professor and Chair of Integrative Neuroscience at the University of Nevada School of Medicine to discuss his training in comparative biology (1:38), the evolution of electrophysiology as a field the last forty years (4:28), comparing and contrasting classical central pattern generators with novel electrical gut cells (8:27), the role of calcium in muscle contraction (10:27), uncovering the link between gastrointestinal diseases with muscle contraction dysfunction (18:42), the diversity and multi-disciplinary nature of neuroscience (25:31), the perks of living in Reno, NV (27:48), and future research directions (30:48).

36 MINFEB 16
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The Greg Suess Podcast S04 E03: Kenton Sanders

The Greg Suess Podcast S04 E02: Ron Davis

On today's episode, Greg sits down with Dr. Ron Davis, Professor and Chair of Neuroscience at the Scripps Research institute Florida to discuss the pioneering of molecular/genetic techniques in neuroscience (2:21), the science of active forgetting as a component of learning and memory (8:05), current research in mitochondrial therapeutics (18:55), and the challenges/adventure of creating a neuroscience program from scratch (21:44).

27 MINFEB 15
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The Greg Suess Podcast S04 E02: Ron Davis

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