Welcome to the IEEE Brain Podcast Series. In this series, we interview some of the top subject matter experts in brain research and neurotechnology. IEEE Brain Podcasts provide you with access to the industry’s best of the best.
Q&A with Dr. Maria Giulia Preti, Research Staff Scientist, CIBM SP EPFL-UNIGE Section Maître-Assistante, University of Geneva
In partnership with IEEE Signal Processing Society. In this episode, Dr. Preti shares her research on functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and brain connectivity, and highlights the importance of analyzing signals when developing new methods for understanding the brain as well as treatments for brain pathologies.
Q&A with Dr. Damien Coyle, UKRI Turing AI Fellow at Ulster University, UK
In partnership with IEEE Computational Intelligence Society. In this episode, Prof. Damien Coyle, UKRI Turing AI Fellow at Ulster University, highlights recent advancements in non-invasive brain-computer interfaces for therapeutic applications and the potential of wearable, AI-enabled neurotechnology.
Q&A with Erika Ross, Director, R&D Applied Research at Abbott Neuromodulation
In partnership with IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. IEEE Brain Podcast Series special episode with Erika Ross, Director, R&D Applied Research at Abbott Neuromodulation. Erika shares insights on her education and career path, looks at case studies in the technology space, and offers advice to students and young professionals interested in this growing field.
Q&A with Dr. Jerald Yoo, National University of Singapore
In partnership with IEEE Circuits and Systems Society. IEEE Brain Podcast Series special episode with Dr. Jerald Yoo, Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, The N.1 Institute for Health at the National University of Singapore. Dr. Yoo shares insights on the benefits of advancing wearable health technology, particularly as it relates to the brain disorders such as seizures and epilepsy.
Q&A with Dr. Mark Stiles, National Institute of Standards and Technology
In partnership with IEEE Magnetics Society. In this episode, Mark Stiles, an active member of the IEEE Magnetics Society and a fellow at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, shares his insights on the society’s work as it relates to neuroscience and brain-inspired computing technologies. Mark also offers his advice to students and young professionals who might be interested in relevant technologies fields.
Q&A with Dr. Jose Carmena, University of California, Berkeley and Iota Biosciences
In this episode, Jose Carmena from UC Berkeley discusses his firsthand experiences moving from academia to launching the neuroscience startup Iota BioSciences. Jose informs on his company’s technology, provides insights on Neurotech evolution, and sheds light on challenges and opportunities in the technology space.
Q&A with Dr. Cristin Welle, Associate Professor, Departments of Neurosurgery and Physiology & Biophysics, University of Colorado
In this episode, Cristin Welle discusses her research that lies at the intersection between neural device technology and their implications in the nervous system. Having previously worked at the FDA focused on neural interface technology, Cristin provides valuable insights on entrepreneurial opportunities, regulatory issues, and the importance of promoting diversity in the neuroscience community.
Q&A with Dr. Christopher Rozell, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
Artificial Intelligence holds great promise in the advancement of neuroscience. This podcast features Dr. Chris Rozell, professor of electrical and computer engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and leader of the Sensory Information Processing Lab. As a member of IEEE Brain and an educator and researcher working on developing technology to enable interactions between the brain and artificial intelligence systems, Dr. Rozell shares his insights on the neuroscience landscape, informs on opportunities for technology advancement and offers advice for students and young professionals who might be interested in pursuing a career in this exciting field of study.
Q&A with Dr. Laura Specker Sullivan, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, College of Charleston
In partnership with IEEE EMBS. Ethics, as it relates to neuroscience, continues to grow in importance in light of ongoing advancements in neurotechnology. In this podcast, Laura Specker Sullivan, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the College of Charleston and Clinical Ethics Consultant at the Medical University of South Carolina, provides insights on ethical challenges and ways to ensure ethics are prioritized within neuroscience, and she gives advice how students might explore opportunities related to this growing field of interest.