May 30, 2022
Dr Josh Siegle is a senior scientist working at the Allen Institute working on large-scale electrophysiology using tools like the Neuropixels probe. He is also heavily involved in the design and distribution of Open Ephys which is an open-source electrophysiology tool.
***This podcast is sponsored by Ripple Neuro, check out their Neuroscience Research Tools here***
Top three takeaways:
0:45 Ladan introduces the episode and the guest, Dr. Josh Siegle
4:00 "What is the Neuropixels probe and how does it work? Why is it important?"
8:00 What capabilities does working with IMEC bring?
11:15 How exactly were you working with IMEC?
12:30 Sponsorship by Ripple Neuro
13:15 How does the pitch of the Neuropixels probe compare to biology?
16:45 What is the Allen Institute like?
20:15 What kind of mix of people work at the Allen Institute?
21:15 "What's the stated aims of the Institute again?"
22:00 What is the Open Ephys project you had worked on before?
27:45 What is the Open Ephys training like?
29:30 Do companies love or hate Open Ehpys?
31:00 "Is there anything that we didn't talk about that you wanted to mention?"