NEUROSCIENTISTS TALK SHOP

Apr 24 2020 41 mins 1.3k

Neuroscientists Talk Shop is the University of Texas at San Antonio's (UTSA) Neurobiology Podcast, showcasing the current research of internationally renowned guest Neuroscientists. Each episode features a moderated discussion with a cross section of UTSA Neurobiology faculty, highlighting the featured guest's research, and the state of the art in the field at hand.







































Future Frameworks in Theoretical Neuroscience Workshop, Part 2
Feb 07 2019 34 mins  
This episode is a panel discussion recorded as the conclusion of a two part series showcasing Present & Future Frameworks in Theoretical Neuroscience, an international workshop hosted by Horacio Rotstein (NJIT) & Fidel Santamaria (UTSA) through support of NSF’s Brain Initiative (see episode 194 for Part I). Part II is a round table with a new group that recaps the themes of the workshop and reports on the main themes of the discussions that occurred in each of the five workgroups. Many trainees were involved in the workshop, and two of them join the panel to highlight the value and necessity of fresh voices to any discussion about the future of theoretical neuroscience. Workshop co-organizer Fidel Santamaria leads the panel. Duration: 34 minutes Panel:(in alphabetical order, pictured left to right) Habiba Azab, PhD student, Ben Hayden lab, UMN - Student perspective on Organizing Theories Workgroup Carmen Canavier, Professor & Vice Chair, LSU Health Krešimir Josić, Professor, Univ of Houston; Chair, Gulf Coast Consortium for Theoretical & Computational Neuroscience Farzan Nadim, Professor, NJIT-Rutgers Newark. Organizing Theories Workgroup Horacio Rotstein, Professor, NJIT, Workshop organizer and Co-chair Matthew Singh, PhD student, Braver lab & Ching lab, WUStL Fidel Santamaria, Professor, UTSA, Workshop organizer and Co-chair Recorded at the Emily Morgan Hotel, San Antonio TX. acknowledgement: JM Tepper for original music.






























































































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