May-Britt Moser

For her work on the discoveries of cells that constitute a positioning system in the brain, Dr. May-Britt Moser shared the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2014.

Linda Buck

Dr. Linda Buck shared the Nobel Prize in medicine for helping discover odorant receptors and the organization of the olfactory system, learning more about how we smell the world around us.

Heather Berlin

Dr. Heather Berlin is a neuroscientist and the co-host of series like Science Goes to the Movies and Superhuman Showdown.

Amy F.T. Arnsten

Dr. Amy F.T. Arnsten leads the Arnsten Lab, studying neuroscience at Yale School of Medicine.

Susana Martinez-Conde

On most days, neuroscientist Susana Martinez-Conde works with other scientists. On others, she’s teaming up with magicians and sleight of hand experts.

Sandrine Thuret

Scientists used to think that the adult brain didn’t change, but Dr. Sandrine Thuret has shown that new neurons are still formed later in life.

Laura Manuelidis

February 29th is rare disease day, and today we’re featuring a scientist with a rare perspective on a rare disease: Dr. Laura Manuelidis.