Early diagnosis of cerebral palsy (CP) and other conditions can prompt earlier treatment to help babies get the best possible start in life. In our latest podcast episode, we discuss results from four recent research studies examining new approaches for diagnosing CP and predicting outcomes. Listen to this episode to learn more!

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Dr. Honglei Chen shared his research on environmental causes of neurodegenerative diseases, focusing particularly on evidence linking olfaction, environmental exposure, and Parkinson's disease in this new podcast episode!

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In this new podcast epiosde, Dr. Fiona "Boo" Maisels takes us on an adventure through her career as a conservation researcher. From early studies on feral sheep in Cyprus to her work in the tropical forests of Africa, Boo shares stories, scientific successes, advice, and more!

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Excited to share this new podcast episode with Dr. Katherine Dimitropoulou and Dr. Tapomayukh Bhattacharjee on their innovative research working with people with disabilities and other stakeholders to develop robots that can assist with activities of daily living like feeding and dressing. open.spotify.com/episode/0a0vd

It was wonderful to catch up with Gammon Earhart and hear about her latest research projects in this new podcast episode! Gammon and her collaborators are using innovative approaches like self-generated rhythmic cues (singing), mobile applications, and mindfulness to improve aspects of gait and physical activity in people with Parkinson's disease.

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Dr. Aryn Gittis shared insights about basal ganglia circuits and the new deep brain stimulation protocol that she is developing which leverages knowledge of these circuits and neuron firing patterns to provide longer-lasting effects.

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A baby's movement patterns can provide a window into their developing nervous system, and I was thrilled to speak with Dr. Colleen Peyton about her research on early movements that can help predict development of cerebral palsy in this new podcast episode!

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I am beyond excited about this interview with Dr. Robert Langer! Bob shared his career path, the story behind the development of novel therapeutics for cancer and blindness, his work with many biotech companies (including Moderna), what it's like being in his lab, what he likes to do outside of science, and more. Bob is one of the most prominent scientists (220+ major awards) and most prolific inventors (1,000+ patents) in medicine. He was also impressively down-to-earth and friendly!
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New podcast episode! Making good choices every day to promote health and wellbeing is challenging, but people with neurological conditions face additional barriers. Dr. Kim Waddell discusses her research using behavioral science to motivate adults who have had a stroke or have Parkinson's disease to increase their physical activity, her career path, influential mentors, life outside the lab, and more.

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Hello everybody. Now I have a job posting up for a Research Technician to do all of the mouse neuroscience things. Re-toot s'il vous plaît. Here is the info: monell.org/research-technician

The chemical TCE and related chemicals like PCE have been used for a wide variety of purposes for many years, but evidence is mounting linking exposure to these chemicals with adverse health effects, including cancer and Parkinson's disease. I had a chance to speak with Dr. Sam Goldman about his recently published studies examining Parkinson's disease risk in veterans exposed to TCE at Camp Lejeune and also a cluster analysis investigating Parkinson's disease diagnoses in people who worked near a contaminated site. Listen to learn more!

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At LAMPIRE Biological Laboratories, Inc., Dr. John Majercak is working at the cutting edge of antibody discovery and development. Hear more about his career in industry research, scientific challenges and successes, advice, and more in our new podcast interview!

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In this new podcast episode, Dr. Lin Tian discusses her research creating molecular tools to study neural circuits, understand neurological disorders, and develop better therapeutics. She also provides insight into her career path, recent successes, advice, and more.

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Advances in neurosurgical treatments like focused ultrasound and deep brain stimulation are moving the field towards more personalized care for Parkinson's disease. To learn more, tune in to my conversation with Dr. Doris Wang in this new podcast episode in partnership with The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research!

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In this new podcast episode, Dr. Amy Eichner tackles the topics of dietary supplements, research chemicals, novel substances, and biologics, as well as the important work that the team at USADA is doing to educate athletes and support clean sport.

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New podcast episode! Dr. Carlos Portela shares how an early love of airplanes sparked his interest in science and engineering, his current research on new types of architected materials, challenges and successes along the way, advice, life outside the lab, and more.
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In the latest episode of The Parkinson's Research Podcast, I had a chance to sit down with Dr. Antonella Santuccione Chadha to talk about her work with the Women's Brain Project and the importance of considering sex and gender factors in Parkinson's disease research, policy, and healthcare.

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In this new podcast episode, Dr. Taylor Hutchison discusses her research using the James Webb Space Telescope to study distant galaxies in the universe, her path to becoming an astrophysicist, traveling to Northern Chile to conduct research using the large mountaintop telescopes there, her interests outside of science, and more.

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Dr. Huw Morris has spent more than twenty five years researching Parkinson's disease and parkinsonian syndromes, and he shares highlights from recent work in this podcast episode, including studies on the genetics and pathogenesis of Parkinson’s disease and other parkinsonian syndromes.

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In our 750th episode of People Behind the Science, Dr. Alan Saltiel discusses his interests outside the lab, the impacts of an influential mentor, his experiences working in drug discovery, his exciting research on the pathways and signaling involved in how cells manage energy in diseases like diabetes and obesity, and more.

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