Brainworks: Neuroscience for Kids

November 22, 2013

With the help of five kids, host Eric Chudler takes viewers on a journey inside of the brain. The show begins in the studio with an introduction to the nervous system. The kids then visit laboratories where they learn about automatic functions of the brain and how the electrical activity of the brain is recorded. Back in the studio, the kids see a real human brain and build their own model nerve cells and brains.

Brian Ross, MD, PhD, associate professor, residency program director, director of Obstetrical Anesthesia, director of the Patient Simulation Center

Eric Chudler, PhD., department of Bioengineering, research associate professor, Engineered Biomaterials, director of Education and Outreach, University of Washington

Kathleen Mulligan, PhD., department of Biological Structure, senior lecturer, University of Washington

Debra Rollevson, EEG and Clinical Neurophysiology, Registered EEG and EP Technologist, University of Washington

Originally published April 13, 2006