In this episode, Vinoy talks to Julie Williams, who visited our Center in early 2020. Williams is professor at Cardiff University and Centre Director at the UK Dementia Research Institute. A short bio: A world leader in the genetics of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia and former Chief Scientific Advisor to the Welsh Government, Prof Julie Williams leads the UK Read more…


You can read the March 2020 edition here. The theme: mental health!


In this episode, Vinoy talks to one of our own PIs, Pierre Vanderhaeghen. He is head of the stem cell and developmental neurobiology lab. The major research goal in Vanderhaeghen’s laboratory is to unravel some of the key mechanisms controlling the development of the cerebral cortex, from stem cells to neuronal circuits, in link with human brain Read more…


In this episode, Vinoy talks to Fred Gage, director of the Salk Institute in California and head of the Laboratory of Genetics. He visited us as part of our Methusalem Lecture Series. Gage’s work concentrates on the adult central nervous system and unexpected plasticity and adaptability to environmental stimulation that remains throughout the life of all mammals. Read more…


Read the 2019 Dec edition online: Ego’s in science PI interview with Sandrine Thuret PhD interview with Damya Laoui


Read the 2019 Sept edition online: Supporting the next generation of science PI interview with Ludo Van Den Bosch PhD interview with Luk & Idoya from Somersault18:24


Read the 2019 June edition online: Biased leadership? PI interview with Joris de Wit PhD interview with Jeroen Aerts


Read the 2019 March edition online: Publication obsession? PI interview with Adrian Liston PhD survival tips, and much more!


In this episode, Vinoy talks to Alison Goate, Professor of Neuroscience, and Director of the Center on Alzheimer’s Disease at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She visited our Center as part of our Methusalem Lecture Series and a podcast episode was definitely a must. Listen now!


In this episode, Vinoy talks to Sarah Tabrizi, professor at University College London and the UK Dementia Research Institute. Tabrizi’s research at the Huntington’s Disease Centre, UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology seeks to discover effective disease-modifying treatments that prevent or reverse the neurodegenerative process in Huntington’s disease. She leads a research group that follows two distinct Read more…

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