Doyens of neuroendocrinology

NeuroEndoNow is in the throws of recording podcasts with our doyens to create a repository of memorable interviews.

These doyens have made a significant impact in the field of neuroendocrinology and I’m sure you will enjoy listening to them all.

If you have any suggestions for who you would most like to hear about, do let us know!

We hope you enjoy these podcasts.

In this episode Professor Ashley Grossman of the University of Oxford and St Barts in London interviews Prof Sir Steven Bloom, Head of Endocrinology at the Imperial College London. In this podcast, they discuss his career, his life’s work, and expectations for the future.

In this episode Professor Rebecca Reynolds interviews Professor Stafford Lightman about his life’s work which has spanned over 30 years.

In this episode, Professor Gareth Leng talks with another doyen of neuroendocrinology, Professor Hal Gainer about his work over the last 60 years.

In this episode Professor Tony Plant from the University of Pittsburgh discusses Ernst Knobil. Read more about Ernst Knobil: In Memoriam: Ernst Knobil (1926–2000) Endocrinology. 2001. 142:5047–9.

In this episode Professor Robert Millar, Editor-in-Chief of Neuroendocrinology, talks with Professor Sergio Ojeda about Don McCann, one of the leading experts in the field. Prof Ojeda, Senior Scientist at the Oregon National Primate Research Center, did his postdoctoral training in Don McCann’s lab.

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