Dr Joseph Galea was a guest on WCNeuro back in season 2 talking about motor learning, stroke rehabilitation and the encounters of being mugged in this post-doctorate life which is he oddly well adjusted over. In this catch up we ask him how his lab has been handling not only running research over the past six months but also his plans to move to more remote testing in the future and capitalising on the lockdown to create new experimental methods that can be run on a smartphone to thousands of happy participants. We also talk with him about his experience of the academic hiring freeze, the ways he has supported his staff and his positive suggestions for moving from the academic world to the corporate world. This is a great episode to listen to for those who want to see what is happening in universities right now.
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