Brain Region Involved in Fever and Illness with Dr Jessica Osterhout

Brain Regions Involved in Fever and Illness with Dr Jessica Osterhout Brain Explained

New neurons have been discovered that generate fever and illness in the brain. Want to learn more about them and how they where discovered then listen in to the latest podcast episode. Dr Jessica Osterhout's Twitter Dr Jessica Osterhout's University Profile The Paper Brain Explained Twitter Brain Explained Website
  1. Brain Regions Involved in Fever and Illness with Dr Jessica Osterhout
  2. Genes and the Brain Through Life with Dr Rachel Brouwer
  3. How Neurons Know Where To Go With Dr Titas Sengupta
  4. Tangled Blood Vessels With Dr Ethan Winkler
  5. Dancing Molecules and Regenerative Gels with Professor Samuel Stupps

New neurons have been discovered that generate fever and illness in the brain. Want to learn more about them and how they where discovered then listen in to the latest podcast episode.

Dr Jessica Osterhout’s Twitter
Dr Jessica Osterhout’s University Profile
The Paper
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Genes and the Brain Through Life with Dr Rachel Brouwer

Want to learn about how genetic differences might affect your brain then come and listen to the most recent episode of Brain Explained where we explore just that. You’ll learn about the first-ever long-term study in this area and it does not disappoint. It is truly something to look forward to.

Brain Regions Involved in Fever and Illness with Dr Jessica Osterhout Brain Explained

New neurons have been discovered that generate fever and illness in the brain. Want to learn more about them and how they where discovered then listen in to the latest podcast episode. Dr Jessica Osterhout's Twitter Dr Jessica Osterhout's University Profile The Paper Brain Explained Twitter Brain Explained Website
  1. Brain Regions Involved in Fever and Illness with Dr Jessica Osterhout
  2. Genes and the Brain Through Life with Dr Rachel Brouwer
  3. How Neurons Know Where To Go With Dr Titas Sengupta
  4. Tangled Blood Vessels With Dr Ethan Winkler
  5. Dancing Molecules and Regenerative Gels with Professor Samuel Stupps

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How Neurons Know Where To Go With Dr Titas Sengupta

Brain Regions Involved in Fever and Illness with Dr Jessica Osterhout Brain Explained

New neurons have been discovered that generate fever and illness in the brain. Want to learn more about them and how they where discovered then listen in to the latest podcast episode. Dr Jessica Osterhout's Twitter Dr Jessica Osterhout's University Profile The Paper Brain Explained Twitter Brain Explained Website
  1. Brain Regions Involved in Fever and Illness with Dr Jessica Osterhout
  2. Genes and the Brain Through Life with Dr Rachel Brouwer
  3. How Neurons Know Where To Go With Dr Titas Sengupta
  4. Tangled Blood Vessels With Dr Ethan Winkler
  5. Dancing Molecules and Regenerative Gels with Professor Samuel Stupps

Episode Description

This episode is with Dr Titas is looking at retrograde zippering which is another way that neurons are able to correctly grow towards their correct final destination. What exactly does this system involve and how does this work? Listen in to learn all about it and we also explore why the C.elegans is a good model for neuroscience research- depending on the question you are asking.

I am also looking for individuals who would be interested in contributing to the blog. It would involve posts about the recent neuroscience that has been published preferably that week. You would try to explain the science in an easy to understand manner and would also want to delve into the significance of the findings. If this is something that interests you I would delighted to hear from you – please join the Brain Explained LinkedIn Contributors Page.

Link to paper

Dr Titas Sengupta Twitter page

Link to website

Tangled Blood Vessels With Dr Ethan Winkler

Brain Regions Involved in Fever and Illness with Dr Jessica Osterhout Brain Explained

New neurons have been discovered that generate fever and illness in the brain. Want to learn more about them and how they where discovered then listen in to the latest podcast episode. Dr Jessica Osterhout's Twitter Dr Jessica Osterhout's University Profile The Paper Brain Explained Twitter Brain Explained Website
  1. Brain Regions Involved in Fever and Illness with Dr Jessica Osterhout
  2. Genes and the Brain Through Life with Dr Rachel Brouwer
  3. How Neurons Know Where To Go With Dr Titas Sengupta
  4. Tangled Blood Vessels With Dr Ethan Winkler
  5. Dancing Molecules and Regenerative Gels with Professor Samuel Stupps

Listen in to learn more about arteriovenous malformations (AVM) a condition that leads to tangled blood vessels in the brain and spinal cord. This increases an individual’s likelihood of stroke. This week we will be exploring research that profiled the cells the blood vessels to find what changes occurred in these cells compared to normal samples. listen in to find out about this amazing research that could have wide-ranging implications.

Dr Ethan Winkler’s Twitter

Dr Ethan Winkler’s University Profile

The paper  

Dancing Molecules and Regenerative Gels with Professor Samuel Stupps

Summary

Episode 11 is all about dancing molecules and how they could be used to help improve spinal cord regeneration. Listen in to learn how proteins that move faster are more effective with Professor Samuel Stupps.

Link to paper – https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.abh3602

Professor Stupp’s Lab Website – http://stupp.northwestern.edu/

Prof. Stupp’s Twitter- https://twitter.com/SamuelStupp

Useful Links:

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Transcription

Episode 10: Concussions and Smartphones with Dr Prasanna Acharya

Brain Regions Involved in Fever and Illness with Dr Jessica Osterhout Brain Explained

New neurons have been discovered that generate fever and illness in the brain. Want to learn more about them and how they where discovered then listen in to the latest podcast episode. Dr Jessica Osterhout's Twitter Dr Jessica Osterhout's University Profile The Paper Brain Explained Twitter Brain Explained Website
  1. Brain Regions Involved in Fever and Illness with Dr Jessica Osterhout
  2. Genes and the Brain Through Life with Dr Rachel Brouwer
  3. How Neurons Know Where To Go With Dr Titas Sengupta
  4. Tangled Blood Vessels With Dr Ethan Winkler
  5. Dancing Molecules and Regenerative Gels with Professor Samuel Stupps

Research looking into the effects of phones and concussions. An odd mix but interesting. Listen in to learn more. We’ll be talking to Dr Prasanna.

Link to dissertation work – https://digitalcommons.lsu.edu/gradschool_dissertations/5339/

Ketamine with Dr Argel

Episode Description

Illinois College – new faculty Monday 17 August 2020 Photos by Steve & Tiffany of Warmowski Photography http://www.warmowskiphoto.com 217.473.5581 – 200817

https://anchor.fm/brain-explained/embed/episodes/Special-Episode-Number-1—Ketamine-with-Dr-Argel-e1c61si

Come and listen to the first special episode. A conversation with Dr Argel who I meet through the Society of Neuroscience. We talk about his journey into neuroscience and his work covering memory and studies into neuroinflammation and ketamine.

Lab website

Twitter account

Team Flow with Professor Mohammad Shehata

Description

Want to know how we work well in teams? Then listen in to the latest episode exploring team flow with Professor Mohammed Shehata. Flow is our ability to enter that state where everything aligns and we are able to focus entirely on the task at hand.

– The eNeuro paper (the journal article here)

News coverage including The Times Magazine London (here), Psychology Today (here and here), IFL Science (here), TVN (here), Science Alert (here), SciShow News (here), and more (here).

– Mohammad Shehata’s LinkedIn

– Mohammad Shehata’s Twitter :@Mohamma_Shehata

Dopamine, Active Sensing and Blood Flow with Professor David Kleinfield

Episode Description

I’m back on track. Here is the next episode. In this episode we explore dopamine signalling in the brain. Why? Because dopamine is the main signalling compound in your brain for reward. So eat a bar of chocolate, get a new job, pass your exams and you get a dose of dopamine. But the research by Professor David Kleinfield is even more important because it shows that mice can control their release of dopamine, which might explain why we can do things that to others seem strange such as climbing mountains. That isn’t all, listen in to learn about his other research around the role of the vasculature in the brain and how senses work.

Resources:

David Kleinfield  lab website

The main paper

Two other interesting papers (which can be found on his website):

Ultra-slow oscillations in fMRI and resting-state connectivity: Neuronal and vascular contributions and technical confounds.

Brain microvasculature has a common topology with local differences in geometry that match metabolic load.

Hope you enjoy the resources and looking forward to seeing you soon.

Neurospirituality with Professor Michael Fergurson

Episode Description

Episode 6 will be looking at  the brain regions involved in spirituality and Religiosity which is another word for religion. Therefore, I am extremely grateful to give you this unique episode. This episode will be of interest as over 90% of percent of people have some sort of spiritual practice and the other 10% will want to know how the brain is linked to spirituality and religion and what it means. Not only is this research interesting but it can help people make electrical stimulation therapy which is becoming even more common to reach the forefront.

Neurospirituality course syllabus:

Twitter for Professor Michael Ferguson:

Biological Psychiatry article access:

NeuroMichael YouTube channel: