6: Fast food, 6-year-old justice, and HIV prevention

This week we learn about eating fast food after a workout, xenophobic 6 year olds, and HIV prevention.

Guests: 

Rob Wagner

Rob has a B.S. in Cellular and Molecular Biology and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Microbial Ecology at San Diego State University. He has previously worked in biotech research and and now applies this knowledge toward understanding complex natural systems. Rob likes citizen science, scientific outreach, teaching science to kids, teaching science to adults and puzzling over puzzles that can be solved with statistics.

Chris Roth

Chris is obsessed with the scientific method and cut his teeth in the technology world, building early versions of countless online platforms including walkyourcity.org and teachable.com as a software engineer. He spends far too much time reading studies on Google Scholar and PubMed only to later question their validity.

Hosts: 

Jaime Devine

Jaime K Devine is an interdisciplinary neuroscientist whose research focuses on how behavior and biology, specifically sleep and health, interact. She has a PhD in Neuroscience from Brandeis University and a Certificate in Sleep Medicine from Harvard Medical School. She is also a dedicated science communicator, runner, working mother and nerd.

Role: 

Joshua Jackson

Joshua Conrad Jackson is a PhD student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He studies how culture changes over time, and the impact of cultural change on human cognition and behavior. Outside of research, he enjoys traveling and long-distance running.

Role: 

Cameron Spencer

Cameron is a designer and web developer. He is the founder of Lab 43.