Pablo Barrecheguren



Doctor en Biomedicina. En Materia, JotDown Spain, Principia, Neurocosas, TED, Big Van Ciencia e Imperial College.


Qué es la optogenética

What is optogenetics?


639viewsBy Dr. Pablo Barrecheguren Of all the techniques developed in neuroscience over the last few years, optogenetics is probably the one that has most quickly become standardized as a work tool in laboratories. Its use…

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brainbow

Brainbow: How to Colorize a Brain


1.4kviewsBy Dr. Pablo Barrecheguren In 1906, the Nobel Prize in Medicine was shared between Camilo Golgi and Santiago Ramón y Cajal. Golgi was largely awarded for creating a type of staining that marked neurons and…

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¿Qué es la magnetorecepción?

What is magnetoreception?


959viewsBy Dr. Pablo Barrecheguren (@pjbarrecheguren) The area of perception is one of the most diverse fields of neuroscience due to the large number of senses that exist in the animal kingdom. Apart from the five…

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Organoides: la nueva técnica para fabricar un cerebro

Organoids: the new technique to create a brain


2.5kviewsBy Dr. Pablo Barrecheguren (@pjbarrecheguren) One of the biggest obstacles facing neuroscience is the difficulty of obtaining in vivo information from a human brain. Certainly there are techniques, such as functional magnetic resonance or intracranial…

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Todo sobre la memoria

All about memory


3.9kviewsBy Dr. Pablo Barrecheguren (@pjbarrecheguren) We tend to think of our intellectual capacities as single chunks and yet abilities such as memory are rather a structure made up of different compartments. All of them are…

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Videojuegos contra problemas neurológicos: el ejemplo pionero contra el ojo vago

Video games help treat neurological problems: a pioneering example for combating lazy eye


2.8kviewsBy Dr. Pablo Barrecheguren (@pjbarrecheguren) Nowadays, the video game industry is one of the most important in the world, with a large part of the population consuming this type of product (e.g., 42% of the…

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Olor a parkinson

Parkinson’s smell


3.4kviewsBy Dr. Pablo Barrecheguren (@pjbarrecheguren) Of the five senses, smelling is perhaps the least valued nowadays, even when we all have strong emotional memories associated with some odor. For example, we all remember our grandparents’…

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Pintando el alzhéimer

Painting Alzheimer’s


4kviewsBy Dr. Pablo Barrecheguren (@pjbarrecheguren) All artists sign their work, however, by the end of 1999, William Utermohlen could barely remember his signature. Born in Philadelphia (1933), William was a famous American artist living in…

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