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Weill Cornell Medicine Brain and Spine Center
This Is Your Brain With Dr. Phil Stieg
Dr. Phil Stieg, Neurosurgeon-in-Chief of New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center and founder and Chairman of the Weill Cornell Medicine Brain and Spine Center, introduces his new podcast, which will explore different aspects of our most important and complex organ – the brain. In each episode, this world-renowned neurosurgeon will present a view into how the brain works, what can go wrong, and what we know about how to fix it. Get life-saving information and timely advice on how to live a brain-healthy life.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 104 ratings
I absolutely love this podcast!
Dr. Steig brings curiosity, intellectual rigor, and genuine humanity to all interviews. The experts who come on the show speak well with knowledge, compassion and a sense of purpose. This is one of my favorite podcasts.
Wishitate via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/05/21
Love and depression
The talks with Helen Fisher about love and connection were very interesting and informative. The subject of depression was approached in a novel way and described so well. I regularly listen to this podcast. Thank you.
Sammyj75 via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 05/13/21
Finally !
I was so happy to hear the recent episode on menopause and brain health. As I get closer to menopause, I really appreciate hearing about what the medical and scientific communities are learning about menopause . More research is clearly needed on this very important topic!
hHelennn via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/30/21
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