Karl Herrup and Christophe Bernard philosophically discuss fallacy traps in neuroscience, in an episode of the webinar series SfN Journals: In Conversation. Here is a teaser for the episode available to watch on-demand.
Share your thoughts here about post-publication review. Do you see advantages or potential pitfalls? Is it the future for neuroscience research? Add your comments in this discussion post.
Dr. Mahima Sharma, currently advancing her research career at the Buck Institute, emphasizes how interdisciplinary collaboration is critical for extending benchwork science translatability as we discuss her recent first author eNeuro publication.
In this study, authors find an important new locus of compensatory synaptic strength changes in the early developing chick autonomic nervous system.
Meet Dr. Kimron Shapiro, currently an Emeritus Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at University of Birmingham. Kim’s research focuses on understanding how the brain stores and retrieves multimodal events, particularly auditory and visual.
This image shows 3D reconstructions of Little skate photoreceptor terminals (orange) and postsynaptic partners (yellow and blue) obtained from serial block-face electron microscopy data.
Dr. Hugo Calligaro, currently in the lab of Dr. Satchidananda Panda at Salk Institute for Biological Studies, tells us about his interest in circadian rhythms and discusses the unexpected findings from his recent first author publication.
This paper investigates spatial and temporal patterns of key enzymes involved in purine synthesis.
Dr. Matthew Colonnese gives behind-the-scenes details about his eNeuro paper and cogitates on the implications of his surprising findings, in an episode of the webinar series SfN Journals: In Conversation. Here we provide a teaser for the episode available to watch on-demand.
Dr. Paul Baudin, currently completing his medical degree at the Sorbonne Paris Nord university, tells us how his Ph.D. broadened his conceptualization of neurological diseases and treatments, and emphasizes the importance of publishing negative data.
- Discussion | Rethinking Peer Review: Is Post-Publication the Future of Neuroscience?
- Reviewer Spotlight: Dr. Kimron Shapiro
- Editor’s Pick: New insights on compensatory synaptic mechanisms during development
- Beyond the Paper: A Conversation with Dr. Mahima Sharma
- Snapshot in Neuroscience: Reconstructing Photoreceptor Terminals