[FUN_Mail] Research Seminars online?

Lom, Barbara balom at davidson.edu
Tue Mar 17 16:09:19 EDT 2020


Try iBiology.org – lots of seminars there by a wide range scientists for a scientific audience - some will be neuro topics, some will be new investigators, and some will be recognized names – it’s a pretty deep catalog.

FWIW – iBiology also has very good microscopy course resources and a nice series called Let’s Experiment introducing students doing research projects – I will be using both of those sections more than ever in the coming weeks.


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Date: Tuesday, March 17, 2020 at 3:38 PM
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Subject: [FUN_Mail] Research Seminars online?

Dear FUN colleagues,

I’m looking for online neuroscience research seminars…just like you might have at a research university weekly department lunch seminar…but available online.

Students in one of my classes were required to attend neuroscience research seminars and write a reflection about the research questions, techniques, and people. Typically, this can be done in person at Emory since we have several seminars a week that can fit this requirement. I’d like to mostly keep this assignment, but move it online, so I’m NOT looking for simplified K12 type videos or press releases, but real-deal, about an hour-long, research seminars.

Did we once have a list of TED-style talks featuring neuroscience? That may work for me, but I don't know if I made that up or if I just misplaced it? Maybe your departmental seminars are posted online? SfN has panels and professional development stuff online through neuronline, but I don’t really see the big talks?

I currently have:
Podcasts from our Center for Mind Brain and Culture (Emory’s CMBC) http://cmbc.emory.edu/connect/podcasts/index.html<https://nam10.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fcmbc.emory.edu%2Fconnect%2Fpodcasts%2Findex.html&data=02%7C01%7Cbalom%40davidson.edu%7C1caaeb8e6ff14712830e08d7caaacd79%7C35d8763cd2b14213b629f5df0af9e3c3%7C1%7C0%7C637200707264424060&sdata=N%2FzLAOILLU8PKW%2FsUnvMbKy4brF8RMRwypH53EwQtd4%3D&reserved=0>
Symposia recordings from the Center for Academic Research & Training in Athropogeny (UCSD and Salk CARTA) https://carta.anthropogeny.org/symposia/past_list<https://nam10.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fcarta.anthropogeny.org%2Fsymposia%2Fpast_list&data=02%7C01%7Cbalom%40davidson.edu%7C1caaeb8e6ff14712830e08d7caaacd79%7C35d8763cd2b14213b629f5df0af9e3c3%7C1%7C0%7C637200707264434053&sdata=xOo2BgzXfB0Ae1QTldQOD9qEqGuQaQM%2BrHza2ItdARo%3D&reserved=0>
Nobel Prize Lectures https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/lists/video-lectures-from-nobel-laureates-in-physiology-or-medicine<https://nam10.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.nobelprize.org%2Fprizes%2Flists%2Fvideo-lectures-from-nobel-laureates-in-physiology-or-medicine&data=02%7C01%7Cbalom%40davidson.edu%7C1caaeb8e6ff14712830e08d7caaacd79%7C35d8763cd2b14213b629f5df0af9e3c3%7C1%7C0%7C637200707264434053&sdata=wZ3pgo6moN1ulfQ13Myjmn8ShpF8vDLl5Kro55ACxOA%3D&reserved=0>

Thanks for any suggestions you have, and I appreciate you even reading this when you’re likely as discombobulated as I am.

Stay safe,

Leah Anderson Roesch, PhD
Pronouns: she, her, hers
Senior Lecturer, Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology Program (NBB)
Director, Undergraduate Research for NBB
At-Large Faculty Advisor, Neuroscience Graduate Program
Emory University
1462 Clifton Rd Room 304H
Atlanta GA 30322
leah.roesch at emory.edu<applewebdata://CDE76BE4-29A8-4060-85FF-489ECBED609A/leah.roesch@emory.edu>

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