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Probing Questions: An Interview with Professor Ken Wise

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Recognized as a MEMS pioneer and one of the world’s preeminent experts in microsensor technology, Professor Ken Wise is credited with changing the path of brain research with the development of the revolutionary Michigan Probe. Tune into the newest episode of the Probing Questions Podcast to listen to the full conversation where Dr. Wise highlights the breakthroughs of his research and his vision for the future of the field.

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Probing Questions: Career Day

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It’s Career Day at DBC and we want to know what motivates YOU! Check out this month’s episode of Probing Questions where we talk with Kari Hoffman and Adrien Peyrache about what drives the passion for their research. How did you get your start in neuroscience?

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PQP Ep. 1: ePhys Wishlist

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What brain probe are you dreaming about? Listen to Kari Hoffman, Ph.D., Vanderbilt University, Adrien Peyrache, Ph.D., McGill University, and Eran Stark, MD, Ph.D., Tel Aviv University throw around some ideas about what’s on their ePhys wishlists and where they would look if they had the right kinds of tools.

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Probing Questions Podcast

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In honor of International Podcast Day, Diagnostic Biochips is launching the Probing Questions Podcast! Produced in tandem with the video series, PQP let’s you stay up-to-date on DBC’s exclusive interviews with systems-level electrophysiology experts. Our first episode on ePhys Wishlists is out now! Let us know what you think by tagging us on Twitter at @DiagBiochips.

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Probing Questions: ePhys Wishlist

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Brian Jamieson asks Kari Hoffman, Ph.D., Vanderbilt University, Adrien Peyrache, Ph.D., McGill University, and Eran Stark, MD, Ph.D., Tel Aviv University what’s on their ePhys wishlists and where they would look if they had the right kinds of tools.

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Probing Questions

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Diagnostic Biochips founder and CTO Brian Jamieson talks with experts from the neuroscience community in the new series, Probing Questions. Tune in for our conversations about their work and the future of neurotechnology.

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