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Jim Hudspeth

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617: Restoring a Sense of Hope for People with Hearing Loss Through Research on Hair Cell Regeneration - Dr. Jim Hudspeth

People Behind the Science Podcast - Stories from Scientists about Science, Life, Research, and Science Careers

Dr. Jim Hudspeth is the F.M. Kirby Professor at The Rockefeller University, and he leads the Laboratory of Sensory Neuroscience there. In addition, he is a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator. In the lab, Jim studies hearing to address common hearing problems and to understand how the ear is able to accomplish impressive feats such as allowing us to hear very high frequencies, sensing extremely small vibrations, and  detecting sounds across a large range of amplitude or power. As a resident of New York City, Jim enjoys spending his free time taking in the spectacular art work at the Metropolitan Museum, the Neue Galerie, and the Museum of Modern Art. He and his wife also like to sample great restaurants in the city and indulge in excellent theater performances. Jim received his bachelor’s degree in biochemistry, as well as his MD and PhD, from Harvard University. Afterward, he completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden. Jim has since served on the faculty at California Institute of Technology, the University of California, San Francisco, The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center before joining the faculty at Rockefeller. Jim has received the Charles A. Dana Award for Pioneering Achievements in Health and the W. Alden Spencer Award from the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Additionally, he is a recipient of the Ralph W. Gerard Prize from the Society for Neuroscience, the K.S. Cole Award in membrane biophysics from the Biophysical Society, the Award of Merit from the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, and the Guyot Prize from the University of Groningen. He is also a member of the National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. In our interview, Jim shares more about his life and science.

47mins

9 Aug 2021

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듣는 것에 대한 아름답고 신비한 과학 | 짐 허즈페스(Jim Hudspeth)

TEDTalks 건강

여러분의 귀가 어떻게 작동하는지 궁금한 적이 있으신가요? 이 유쾌하고 매력적인 강연에서 생물물리학자 짐 허즈페스는 듣는 것을 가능하게 해주는 미세한 집단인 유모세포들의 아주 간단하지만 놀랍게도 강력한 메커니즘에 대해 설명합니다. 그리고 정말 조용할 때, 여러분의 귀가 여러분에게 어떻게 독특한 소리들을 보내기 시작할 것인지 알려줍니다.

15mins

13 Mar 2020

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A bela e misteriosa ciência de como escutamos | Jim Hudspeth

TEDTalks Saúde

Você já pensou como nossos ouvidos funcionam? Nesta palestra agradável e fascinante, o biofísico Jim Hudspeth demonstra a maravilhosa simplicidade e o surpreendente funcionamento das células ciliadas, a força motriz microscópica que torna possível a nossa audição, e explica como, quando tudo está bem silencioso, os ouvidos começam a emitir um espectro de sons único para nós.

15mins

13 Mar 2020

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La fabuleuse et mystérieuse science de comment vous entendez | Jim Hudspeth

TEDTalks Santé

Vous êtes-vous déjà demandé comment fonctionnent vos oreilles ? Dans cette charmante et fascinante conférence, le biophysicien Jim Hudspeth démontre la mécanique merveilleusement simple et pourtant étonnamment puissante des cellules ciliées, les centrales microscopiques qui rendent l'audition possible - et explique comment, lorsque c'est vraiment silencieux, vos oreilles commencent à émettre un spectre de sons qui vous est propre.

15mins

13 Mar 2020

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The beautiful, mysterious science of how you hear | Jim Hudspeth

TED Talks Daily (HD video)

Have you ever wondered how your ears work? In this delightful and fascinating talk, biophysicist Jim Hudspeth demonstrates the wonderfully simple yet astonishingly powerful mechanics of hair cells, the microscopic powerhouses that make hearing possible -- and explains how, when it's really quiet, your ears will begin to beam out a spectrum of sounds unique to you.

15mins

13 Mar 2020

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La increíble y hermosa ciencia de cómo escuchamos | Jim Hudspeth

TEDTalks Salud

Alguna vez te has preguntado cómo funcionan tus oídos. En esta encantadora y fascinante exposición, el biofísico Jim Hudspeth presenta la increíble simpleza pero a la vez asombrosa fuerza de la mecánica de las células ciliadas, el microscópico motor que nos permite escuchar. Y explica cómo, cuando está realmente callado el ambiente, tus oídos comienzan a emitir un espectro de sonido único para cada uno.

15mins

13 Mar 2020

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The Greg Suess Podcast S03 E09: Jim Hudspeth

Greg Suess Podcast

On today's show Greg talks with Dr. Jim Hudspeth, an expert in hearing and audition to discuss his inspiration to scientific research (2:18), why has hearing research lagged behind other sensory neuroscience research (5:41), why frogs are a good model to study audition (7:51), the foundation of audition research and what we are doing to fix hearing loss (7:57), his unique style of lecturing (21:31), writing textbooks (23:34), and the pros and cons of working at an elite biomedical research facility (26:08).

30mins

11 May 2018

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276: Restoring a Sense of Hope for People with Hearing Loss Through Research on Hair Cell Regeneration - Dr. Jim Hudspeth

People Behind the Science Podcast - Stories from Scientists about Science, Life, Research, and Science Careers

Jim is the F.M. Kirby Professor at The Rockefeller University, and he leads the Laboratory of Sensory Neuroscience there. In addition, he is a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator. Jim received his bachelor’s degree in biochemistry, as well as his MD and PhD, from Harvard University. Afterward, he completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden. Jim has since served on the faculty at California Institute of Technology, the University of California, San Francisco, The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center before joining the faculty at Rockefeller. Jim has received the Charles A. Dana Award for Pioneering Achievements in Health and the W. Alden Spencer Award from the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Additionally, he is a recipient of the Ralph W. Gerard Prize from the Society for Neuroscience, the K.S. Cole Award in membrane biophysics from the Biophysical Society, the Award of Merit from the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, and the Guyot Prize from the University of Groningen. He is also a member of the National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Jim is here with us today to tell us all about his journey through life and science.

47mins

26 Jun 2015