Our Sense of Smell – Brainwaves of COVID and Alzheimer’s with Thom Cleland PhD

In this episode of Evolving Past Alzheimer’s, Dr. Nate Bergman talks with Dr. Thom Cleland, professor of theoretical and systems neuroscience at Cornell University. This is a more theoretical episode that gives us some idea about what might be happening with the rhythms of an Alzheimer’s or POST-COVID brain. Dr. Cleland’s research is particularly focused on the mammalian olfactory system and on the emergent dynamical networks that govern communication and information transfer among brain areas. They talk about brain circuits, neuronetworks and how this relates to our sense of smell and Alzheimer’s in general.

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