Resources Mentioned in Episode:
- Maggie’s Research Paper: “Temperature Robust Activity Patterns Arise from Coordinated Axonal Sodium Channel Properties” https://journals.plos.org/ploscompbiol/article?id=10.1371/journal.pcbi.1008057
- Dr. Wolfgang Stein’s Crab Lab: https://www.neurobiologie.de/
- MBL Friday Evening Lectures: https://www.mbl.edu/friday-evening-lectures/
- Society for neuroscience Chicago chapter https://chicagosfn.org/
References Mentioned in Episode:
March of Progress, image, from “Evolution of Man” 1965. Mentioned by Maggie as being her first inspiration when coming up with an image to make a parody of.
Maggie’s Crab Eye of Sauron meme
2-minute Neuroscience: https://www.neuroscientificallychallenged.com/
Troublemaking crab from photo story: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carcinus_maenas
This has a wide variety of videos on different aspects of neuroscience, but the most relevant one is on Receptors and Ligands.
This is more focused on the stomatogastric ganglion, but it is a classic video set of our field. The speaker is Dr. Eve Marder who is the big name in the STG community and among neuroscientists. Additionally, iBiology has amazing neuroscience resources beyond just this segment
Maggie’s mentioned book (at 40min) is entitled, “Rumo” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rumo_and_His_Miraculous_Adventures