Best neuroanatomy podcasts we could find (Updated November 2018)
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PB With J's (Physiology of the Brain With Jacob and Joseph) hopes to connect society and science in a unique and engaging manner. Together, we'll explore and navigate the wondrous world of neuroscience, with all of its quirks, nuances, and mysteries. So come along for the ride - we're excited to learn and share together.
 
Brain Science is hosted by Ginger Campbell, MD. It explores how recent discoveries in neuroscience are unraveling the mystery of how our brains make us human. Full show notes and episode transcripts are available at http://brainsciencepodcast.com.
 
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BS 151 is a discussion of The Neuroscience of Emotion: A New Synthesis by Ralph Adolphs and David J. Anderson. We talk about key ideas from the book and relate them to several previous episodes about emotion including interviews with Jaak Panksepp, Lisa Feldman Barrett and Luis Pessoa. Details show notes and episode transcripts will be availabl ...…
 
Dr Beerend Hierk is an Assistant Professor and Dr Katerina Bogomolova is a PhD student at Leiden University Medical Centre in Holland. In this episode I talk to Beerend and Katerina about anatomy teaching at LUMC and the development and evaluation of an innovative mixed reality app. You can download the free Mixed Reality app – Dynamic Anatomy ...…
 
Dr Jane Holland is a Senior Lecturer in Anatomy at the Department of Anatomy, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), Dublin. In this episode we talk about Jane’s entry into anatomy educator after a surgical career, the links between surgery and anatomy, blended anatomy curricula and her anatomy scholarship on supporting repeating anatomy ...…
 
Dr Thomas Shiozawa is the Gross AnatomyTeaching Coordinator at the Institute of Clinical Anatomy and Cell Analysis, Eberhard Karls University Tübingen, Germany. In this episode we talk about Thomas’s entry into anatomy education, medical and anatomy education in Germany, teaching professionalism and anatomy scholarship. You can follow Thomas on ...…
 
In this episode I visit the Body Worlds Exhibition in London. To find out more about the Body Worlds Exhibition in London and plan your trip, please visit their website here. You can follow Body Words using the Twitter Handle: @BODY_WORLDS, @BodyWorldsLDN and #BodyWorlds. To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast V ...…
 
BS 150 is my 4th interview with Dr. Seth Grant, the molecular biologist who has discovered surprising things about the evolution of the synapse, including the fact that vertebrates have much more complex synapses than invertebrates. In this interview we talk about his latest paper in Neuron in which his team has developed a method for mapping t ...…
 
In this episode I visit the University of Malaya, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia as part of the Faculty of Medicine’s eHealth Research Carnival. During my trip I had the opportunity to speak to Prof Jamunarani on Medical Education at UM and also their MBBS programme, and Associate Prof Vinod Pallath on Faculty Development. To find out more about the ...…
 
In this episode we listen to a debate held at the AMEE 2017 meeting. Professor Paul McMenamin, from Monash University in Australia, chaired the debate under the question: “Do we really need cadavers anymore to learn anatomy in undergraduate medicine?” Speaking for the motion was: Dr Adam Wilson, an Assistant Professor, from the Department of Ce ...…
 
This brief announcement is to correct a mistake I made in BS 148. For several months I have been talking about my trip to Australia in 2019. I have posted this brief audio to clarify that October 1 was the first day to put down your deposit for the trip (not the deadline). The dates in Australia will be May 20-30, 2018 and I have included the P ...…
 
Dr Mike Todorovic and Dr Matt Barton are both lecturers at Griffith University, in Queensland, Australia. In this episode I talk to Dr Matt and Dr Mike about teaching healthcare students anatomy & physiology, their radio show on ABC Radio Brisbane and the wonders of podcasting. To find out more and access their excellent teaching resources visi ...…
 
Brain Science 149 is an episode for listeners of all backgrounds. It is an interview with Dr. Dean Burnett, author of Happy Brain: Where Happiness Comes From, and Why. We look beyond the hype about dopamine and consider how our social nature impacts our happiness. Complete show notes and episode transcripts are available at http://brainsciencep ...…
 
BS 148 is the interview with pioneering neuroscientist Dr. Eve Marder, which I originally recorded back in 2009. I am reposting it now as a follow-up to last month's review of Charlotte Nassim's excellent biography Lessons from the Lobster: Eve Marder's Work in Neuroscience. The topics discussed in this interview are just as relevant as they we ...…
 
Professor Trudie Roberts is the Director of the Leeds Institute of Medical Education, School of Medicine, University of Leeds in the UK. Trudie is also the President of the Association of Medical Education in Europe. In this episode I talk to my boss on all things medical education. We talk about the development of medical education as a discip ...…
 
Dr Stefanie Attardi is an Assistant Professor in Histology and Gross Anatomy, at Oakland University, William Beaumont School of Medicine, Department of Biomedical Sciences in the United States. In this episode Stefanie joins me to discuss her work on an Online Anatomy Course and her series of papers in Anatomical Sciences Education. We also tal ...…
 
BS 147 is a discussion of the new biography Lessons from the Lobster: Eve Marder's Work in Neuroscience by Charlotte Nassim. This is an intellectual biography of one of neuroscientists least know pioneers. Dr. Marder was interviewed on this podcast back in BSP 56, which is also now free to download. In this episode I take you through some of Dr ...…
 
Early Career Anatomy Educators In this episode I am joined by PhD students from both Indiana University, Bloomington in the United States, and the University of Leeds in the UK to discuss their current anatomy education training programme and interest in anatomy education. We also talk about challenges and solutions to anatomy teaching and scho ...…
 
Dr Jennifer McBride is an Associate Professor of Surgery, the Director of Virtual Anatomy Education&Director of Histology at Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland in the United States. In this episode Jennifer joins me to discuss her work on the assessing the level of anatomy education across US medical school ...…
 
Dr Leah Kaminsky is a Physician and Award-Winning writer based in Melbourne, Australia. In this episode Leah joins me talk about eponyms in anatomy, medicine and the wider world. We also talk about Leah’s writing and work as a General Practitioner. You can follow Leah on Twitter using the Twitter handle: @leahkam To find out more about Leah and ...…
 
Dr Sarah Channon is a Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Anatomy at the Department of Comparative Biomedical Sciences, Royal Veterinary College in the United Kingdom. In this episode the Anatomy Education Podcast visits Sarah in London to discuss her approach to teaching veterinary anatomy. We talk about a range of educational challenges from acquir ...…
 
Dr Krista Rompolski is an Assistant Teaching Professor at the Health Sciences Department, College of Nursing and Health Professions, Drexel University in the United States. Krista joins me to talk about the differences and similarities of teaching both physiology and anatomy to health care professionals. We also discuss Krista’s experience of t ...…
 
This is an interview with MIT neuroscientist, Dr. Alan Jasanoff about his book The Biological Mind: How Brain, Body, and Environment Collaborate to Make Us Who We Are. We talk about what he calls the "cerebral mystique" and why it is important to remember because the brain is embodied it is not autonomous. The Mind is the result of the interact ...…
 
Professor Harold Ellis started his medical training in September 1943 at the tender age of 17 during the Second World War at Oxford University. For this episode I visited Kings College London, where Harold still teaches medical students, and talked at length about his medical training, career as a surgeon and then a Clinical Anatomist. To conti ...…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast visited Las Vegas, Nevada for the 2018 meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE). In this bonus podcast I am joined by some familiar friends from the show to catch up on their work and discuss the conference highlights. You can follow IAMSE using the Twitter Handle: @IAMSEand vis ...…
 
Dr Wendy Lackey-Cornelison is an Assistant Professor in theDepartment of Biomedical Sciences, Western Michigan University, Homer Stryker MD School of Medicine, United States Wendy joins me for a wide ranging chat about anatomy education. We discuss here approach to Team-Based Learning and the anatomy laboratory. We also talk about introducing h ...…
 
Dr Jac Saorsa is a visual artist, writer and researcher within medical education. She is also the Founder and Director of The Broadway Drawing School in Cardiff, United Kingdom. Jac joins me from Cardiff for the second podcast that discusses the role of Art in Anatomy. In a wide-ranging conversation Jac outlines her interest in human anatomy an ...…
 
Leonard Shapiro is an Observational Teacher in Human Anatomy at the Department of Human Biology, University of Cape Town, South Africa. Leonard joins me from sunny South Africa for the first of two podcasts that discuss the role of Art in Anatomy. In a wide-ranging conversation that touches on Leonard’s general interest in human anatomy and his ...…
 
BS 145 celebrates the return of Dr. Maryanne Wolf who was featured back in BSP 29 when we talked about her bestseller Proust and the Squid: The Story and Science of the Reading Brain. In this episode we talk about her recent book Tales of Literacy for the 21st Century. Our focus is two-fold. First we consider the implications of the fact that w ...…
 
Dr Lindsey Fitzharris is an award winning medical historian and author. Her recent book The Butchering Art has been widely praised and in this episode Lindsey joins me to discuss her interest in Victorian medicine and how Joseph Lister transformed the brutal world of Victorian surgery. To buy Lindsey’s Book – The Butchering Art – please visit t ...…
 
Dr Eiman Abdel Meguid is Senior Lecturer (Education) at the School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences at Queen’s University, Belfast in Northern Ireland. Eiman continues the theme of blended learning on the podcast and joins me for a wide-ranging chat on her approach to this type of curriculum delivery. We talk about her recent revi ...…
 
Dr Rod Green is an Associate Professor in Human Anatomy at the College of Science, Health and Engineering, La Trobe Universityin Australia. Rod joins me for a really interesting chat about all things blended learning and how this type of curricula can support student engagement. We talk about the use of synchronous discussion boards in gross an ...…
 
Dr Gabrielle Finn is a Senior Lecturer in Medical Education at the Centre for Education Development, Hull York Medical School in the United Kingdom. Gabrielle joins me for a chat about anatomy pedagogy and professionalism. We discuss the use of body painting to support anatomy education and how to deliver an anatomy curriculum that doesn’t invo ...…
 
This is an interview with Dr. Angela Friederici, author of Language in Our Brain: The Origins of a Uniquely Human Capacity. Her book is an extensive review of decades of research, but this interview provides an accessible introduction to listeners of all backgrounds. Don't miss our new monthly Facebook live sessions where listeners can submit q ...…
 
Professor Michael Hortsch is a Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology and of Learning Health Sciences, at the University of Michigan, Medical School in the United States. Michael joins me for a wide-ranging chat about his career in anatomy education and his recent work on student perceptions of lecture capture and the impact on performance ...…
 
Dr Jason Organ is an Assistant Professor in Anatomy and Cell Biology at Indiana University School of Medicine in the United States. Jason joins me for a chat about all things science communication. We discuss the general approach to effective science communication and how this is taught at Indiana University. We also talk about Jason’s involvem ...…
 
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Ahmad Elmansouri is a Medical Student and Dr Scott Border is a Principle Teaching Fellow at the Centre for Learning Anatomical Sciences, at the University of Southampton, United Kingdom. Ahmad and Scott join me for a chat about the recent National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy Competition that was held last weekend. We also discuss the recent pape ...…
 
Dr Margaret McNulty is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology at the Indiana University School of Medicine, in the United States. Margaret joins me for a fascinating conversation on teaching gross anatomy to veterinary and medical students. We discuss the logistics of teaching gross anatomy to veterinary students a ...…
 
BS 143 is an interview with Dr. Elkhonon Goldberg, author of Creativity: The Human Brain in the Age of Innovation. We explore the roles of both the pre-frontal lobes and the right cerebral hemisphere, and we consider how the rapid rate of change may actually be decreasing the incidence of dementia by forcing older people to learn new skills rat ...…
 
Dr Polly Husmann is an Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology at Indiana University, School of Medical, United States. Polly joins me from sunny Florida whilst on vacation to discuss her recent paper on Learning Styles with co-author Professor Valerie Dean O’Loughlin. We also talk about Polly’ previous work on assessing study skills in ...…
 
Dr Gerard O’Keeffe is a Senior Lecturer in Anatomy and Neuroscience in the Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience, and a Fellow at the Centre for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning, at University College Cork, Ireland. Gerard joins me for a chat about his entry into anatomy education and his anatomy education scholarship on how ...…
 
Dr Jon Wisco is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physiology and Developmental Biology, Brigham Young University, Utah, United States Jon (and his special guest Kiwi) joins me for a wide-ranging chat about his approach to anatomy education including service learning and the Anatomy Academy. We also discuss lecture theatre and laborato ...…
 
Dr Lisa Lee is an Associate Professor at the Department of Cell and Developmental Biology, School of Medicine, University of Colorado in the United States Lisa joins me for a wide-ranging chat about her career path into anatomy education and her work in the Pathology Department at Creighton University. We also discuss her recent anatomy scholar ...…
 
BS 142 is an interview with neuroscientist Michael Graziano about his latest book The Spaces Between Us: A Story of Neuroscience, Evolution, and Human Nature. We explore the discovery of peripersonal neurons and discover how deeply they are imbedded in our daily lives. For show notes and complete transcripts go to http://brainsciencepodcast.com ...…
 
Dr Adam Taylor is a Senior Lecturer in Anatomy and Director of the Clinical Anatomy Learning Centre at Lancaster Medical School, Lancaster University, United Kingdom. Adam joins me for a wide-ranging chat about his career in anatomy education and how he goes about balancing a high teaching load with basic science research into arthritis. We als ...…
 
Dr Kat Sanders is a Lecturer in Clinical Anatomy at the Centre for Anatomical and Human Sciences, Hull York Medical School, United Kingdom. Janet Philp is the Head of Administration for Biomedical Sciences at the University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom. Kat discusses her background and journey into anatomy education, and how she approaches neur ...…
 
Dr Michelle Lazarus is a Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Human Anatomy Education, Monash University, Australia. Michelle joins me for a wide ranging chat about her entry into anatomy education and approach to scholarship. We also discuss the ‘hands-offs’ approach she employs in her anatomy teaching and highly successful Ask Anatomist initiati ...…
 
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