The Society for Neuroscience annual conference remains the largest international conference for neuroscience research, hosting upwards of 25,000 neuroscientists each year. GradCast had the opportunity to interview two conference attendees about their cutting-edge research for Neuroscience 2018. In part 1 of this 2-part series, hosts Roger Hudson and Viki Tellios learn about novel methods associated with the classical fear conditioning paradigm, from work done by Peter Zambetti from the University of Washington. As well, Roger Hudson along with Joyla Furlano interview Jamal Williams from Princeton University about his research testing the interaction between classical and jazz music on event segmentation within the brain.
To learn more about Peter Zambetti's work: http://faculty.washington.edu/jeansokk/index.html
Contact info for Jamal Williams: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hosts: Joyla Furlano, Roger Hudson, & Viki Tellios
Produced by Roger Hudson and Chantal Lemire