Season 2

 
Fix You (Cover)

Fix You (Cover)

When you're an Indian PhD candidate, there's always a Plan B! A cover of Coldplay's 'Fix You.'

99 Problems (Cover)

99 Problems (Cover)

A cover of Jay Z and Linkin Park's '99 Problems/One Step Closer' in honour of one of the rockstars of memory research - Endel Tulving.

Wasn't Expecting That (Cover)

Wasn't Expecting That (Cover)

What is the best way to talk about life as a PhD? Through music and by destroying a beautifully, tragic love song (Sorry Jamie Lawson!)

BBC @ The Fringe 2015

BBC @ The Fringe 2015

Here is a repeat performance of my 'What? Where? When?' set, which I was very kindly given a chance to perform at The Fringe as part of Bright Club. Fast-forward to 8:22 to learn how NOT to operate a loop pedal.

Grid Cells & The 'Aha!' Moment

Grid Cells & The 'Aha!' Moment

We look at a recent Guardian article titled 'The brains behind the 'Aha!' moment' based on the Carpenter et al. (2015) paper 'Grid cells form a global representation of connected environments.'

What? Where? When?

What? Where? When?

Here is my third Bright Club stand-up set at The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh where I talk about Episodic Memory.

The Episodic Memory Song

The Episodic Memory Song

A satirical take on the field of episodic memory research including a brief literature review and future research directions.

Time Strategies & Memory

Time Strategies & Memory

As part of the Living Links Public Engagement Prize Talk, here's a look at two different time strategies (when vs. how long ago) that we use to recall the time an event happened and why we need to assess if rats can use similar time strategies to humans.

Reflections: John O'Keefe @ BNA 2015

Reflections: John O'Keefe @ BNA 2015

Prof John O'Keefe recently gave the BNA 50th Anniversary Lecture and The 2015 Wolstencroft Memorial Award Lecture on 'The Journey of the Hippocampal Cognitive Map' at the 2015 BNA Festival of Neuroscience, Edinburgh. Here are some of my reflections on that talk.

The Morris Water Maze

The Morris Water Maze

The Morris Water Maze is a behavioural task designed by Prof Richard Morris in the late 1970’s as a way of testing hippocampal function in spatial learning and memory.

Rate Me

Rate Me

Here is my second Bright Club stand-up set where I talk about why you're better off dating a Neuroscientist over a Psychologist.

Season 2 Trailer

Season 2 Trailer

It's time to kick off a brand new season of Our Memories, Our Selves! Check out what we have in store for you this time. And, as always, thank you for your time.