C, D, E, F, G, A, Brain: Music as Therapy

By: Cecilia Bove, 1st year student in the Neuroscience Graduate Program You may recall from my “Meet a Scientist” interview that I grew up in a music-rich home. I like to say that I can fluently speak Italian, English and Music – because it is, in all respects, a language. Music can make us feel without saying … Continue reading C, D, E, F, G, A, Brain: Music as Therapy

This is Why There are So Many Defibrillators in Casinos

By: Jordan Gaines Lewis, 4th year PhD candidate in the Neuroscience Graduate Program My brief experience in a casino was pretty typical, I’d say. Flashing lights. The faint smell of booze. Not much chatter among patrons. The sounds of dice rolling, machines buzzing, and coins clanking. The same butts inhabiting the same stools for hours on end. … Continue reading This is Why There are So Many Defibrillators in Casinos