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Because all who eat, do so to move. We move in search of the next meal, the next idea, the next big thing. Join us as we uncover what moves experts on gut brain matters.

The Gastronauts Podcast Gastronauts

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Because all who eat, do so to move. We move in search of the next meal, the next idea, the next big thing. Join us as we uncover what moves experts on gut brain matters.

    Episode 14: Developing A Connection

    Episode 14: Developing A Connection

    In this episode, Dr. Kaltschmidt, an associate professor at Stanford University talks to us about her research on how neuronal circuits form as well as what she thinks is important to getting to the essence of science. 

    • 32 min
    Episode 13: Curb Your Consumption

    Episode 13: Curb Your Consumption

    In this episode, Dr. Kanoski, an associate professor from the University of Southern California, tells us about how the a region of the brain thought to be involved in memory plays a role in food consumption and energy regulation and how he's focused...

    • 33 min
    Food 3.0: The Future of Food

    Food 3.0: The Future of Food

    In this special episode, we have a recording from a prior Zoomside Chat around the future of food, featuring: Drs Giles Yeo, Darren Logan and Laura Boykin.

    • 51 min
    Episode 12: Mind The Microbes

    Episode 12: Mind The Microbes

    In this episode, we focus on the tiny critters that reside in our gut: the microbiome. We continue our double-header by talking to Dr. Carlotta Ronda from Columbia University on microbial engineering and Dr. Martina Sgritta from Baylor College of...

    • 38 min
    Why We Self-Medicate

    Why We Self-Medicate

    In this special episode, we have a recording from a prior Zoomside Chat around why we self-medicate. 

    • 37 min
    Episode 11: Jumpstart Your Career

    Episode 11: Jumpstart Your Career

    In this episode, we talk to two rising stars in their fields. Dr. Natale Sciolino from the NIEHS tells us about her research on the locus coeruleus and how some cells in here may play a role in feeding behaviors. Dr. Sofia Axelrod from Rockefeller...

    • 45 min

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