Stuff To Blow Your Mind


The Monstrefact: Donkeys of Dune

In this episode of STBYM’s The Monstrefact, Robert discusses the oft-forgotten Kulons of the planet Arrakis…
Learn more about your ad-choices at

This Podcast Will Kill You

Exactly Right

COVID-19 Chapter 12: Control, Take 2

That’s right, we are rebooting our Anatomy of a Pandemic series in which we cover various aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic that has held the world in its grip since early 2020. Since our first episodes in the series dropped in March of this year, we have learned quite a lot about the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the disease it causes, patterns in its transmission, and of course, how we can best control it. In our first episode back, we focus on this last facet by exploring what we now know about policies and practices that work best to slow the spread of this virus and dive into some of the nuance surrounding masks, infection hot spots, and traveling. For this episode, we were so delighted to chat with Dr. Saskia Popescu, infectious disease epidemiologist and infection preventionist and Assistant Professor of Biodefense at George Mason University (interview recorded December 4, 2020) (Twitter: @SaskiaPopescu). As always, we wrap up the episode by di

Short Wave


Fighting Bias In Space: When There's A New Telescope, Who Gets To Use It?

The James Webb Space Telescope's mirrors are almost in place and soon it'll be a million miles away from Earth, ready to provide clues to the history of the universe. Naturally, many scientists have research they'd like to do that involve the telescope. Today on the show, Emily talks with correspondent Nell Greenfieldboyce about who gets time on it, and how decision-makers are working to stay focused on the proposed science instead of who will be doing it, in the hopes of making the process fair for all proposals.For more of Nell's reporting, check out, Who gets to use NASA's James Webb Space Telescope? Astronomers work to fight bias. ( can email Short Wave at ShortWave@NPR.Org.



The building blocks of the universe

Most of the matter in the universe is dark matter, an invisible, untouchable, mysterious substance. Scientists don’t know what exactly dark matter is, despite decades of searching. But recently, they got a new clue in the form of an extremely tiny dancer.
This episode is a remix of two prior episodes of Unexplainable, which has been airing on broadcast radio through a partnership with American Public Media.

For more, go to
It’s a great place to view show transcripts and read more about the topics on our show.
Also, email us!
We read every email.
Support Unexplainable by making a financial contribution to Vox!
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Speaking of Psychology

American Psychological Association

Healing pain by treating the mind, with Tor Wager, PhD

More than 20 percent of U.S. adults suffer from some form of chronic pain. For many, effective treatment remains elusive, with medications and even surgeries giving little in the way of relief. But in recent years, psychologists’ research has begun to suggest that at least for some people, the answer to chronic pain may come not from healing the body but from treating the mind. Dr. Tor Wager, of Dartmouth University, discusses the relationship among our thoughts, feelings and beliefs about pain and the actual physical pain that we feel, what pain looks like in the brain, and how new research findings are leading to effective new treatments for pain.

All In The Mind

ABC Radio

The damage done by emotionally immature parents (and how to heal)

How would you describe your parents?

Nobody's perfect, of course, but some parents leave more of a mark than others.

On All in the Mind this week, we look at the life-long impact of having 'emotionally immature' parents.

This episode was first broadcast on 30 May 2021.

Psychedelics Today

Psychedelics Today

PT286 - Joe Tafur, MD - Vital Psychedelic Conversations

In this episode of the podcast, Kyle interviews Joe Tafur, MD, in the first episode of a new series featuring teachers from Vital, our new 12-month certificate program. Tafur discusses Indigenous wisdom and the transpersonal.

This Week in Virology

Vincent Racaniello

TWiV 841: Unmasking immunity

TWiV provides an update on immunity to Omicron, results of a randomized controlled trial of face masks, and a study of correlates of protection against respiratory syncytial virus infection in the upper and lower respiratory tract of nonhuman primates. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, Rich Condit, and Amy Rosenfeld Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode Omicron escape from serum antibodies (pdf) Pfizer/BioNTech update on Omicron (Pfizer) Randomized trial of masking for COVID-19 (Science) Upper and lower respiratory tract correlates of protection for RS virus (Cell Host Micr) Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Weekly Picks Dickson – Cities at Night Amy – I’m an E.R. Doctor in Michigan, Where Unvaccinated People Are Filling Hospital Beds Rich – International Dark Sky Association Vincent – SARS-CoV-2 variants Listener Picks Keith – Ventusky Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees

Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

Ginger Campbell, MD

BS 192 Nina Kraus talks about Sound and the Brain

This month's episode of Brain Science is an interview with Nina Kraus, author of "Of Sound Mind: How Our Brain Constructs a Meaningful Sonic World." Dr. Kraus has spent 30 years exploring how the brain processes sound. We explore why sound processing involves much more that just the auditory cortex as well how the sounds we experience change our brains, both for better and for worse. Links and References: Of Sound Mind: How Our Brain Constructs a Meaningful Sonic World by Nina Kraus Nina Kraus, PhD, Northwestern University BrainVolts website Please visit for additional references and episode transcripts.   Please Visit Our Sponsors: TextExpander at Announcements: Please visit and let me know what you think of the updated website. Get free gift "5 Things You Need to Know about YOUR Brain when you sign up for the free Brain S

Science in 5

WHO - World Health Organization

COVID-19: Why are experts concerned about Omicron?

If Omicron is less severe, why are people ending up in the hospital and dying from it? Is it true that everyone will eventually get Omicron? Why is it important to reduce transmission? WHO's Dr Maria Van Kerkhove explains in Science in 5. 

Frankly Speaking About Family Medicine


Contraception: When Do We Start Them? - Frankly Speaking Ep 252

Credits: 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™   CME/CE Information and Claim Credit:   Overview: For patients who would like to prevent pregnancy, many options—both hormonal and nonhormonal—exist. Despite the availability of multiple options, many patients do not use them because of either a lack of knowledge or a lack of access, the latter being especially true in uninsured and non−English-speaking communities. Research has shown over the years that while unintended pregnancies have decreased in the United States, more can be done, and primary care providers can play an important role in helping to further decrease and eliminate barriers to contraception.   Episode resource links: Lesnewski, R. (2021). Initiating Hormonal Contraception. American Family Physician, 103(5), 291-300. Guest: Mariyan L. Montaque, DNP, FNP-BC   Music Cred

This Week in Microbiology

Vincent Racaniello

255: Fleaing The Plague

TWiM reveals a study showing that positive interactions among bacteria are far more common than previously thought, and how acquisition of a single gene enabled Yersinia pestis to expand the range of mammalian hosts that sustain flea-borne plague. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Elio Schaechter, Michele Swanson, and Michael Schmidt Subscribe to TWiM (free) on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Android, RSS, or by email. Become a Patron of TWiM! Links for this episode: Positive interactions are common among bacteria (Sci Adv) Expansion of mammal hosts for flea-borne plague (PLoS Path) Hurling fleas (TWiM #80) Music used on TWiM is composed and performed by Ronald Jenkees and used with permission. Send your microbiology questions and comments to

The Brain Health Revolution Podcast

Team Sherzai M.D.

Thriving Plant-Based Athletes | Robert Cheeke

Dear friends, we're thrilled to be back after a long pause, and bring you another episode of the Brain Health Revolution Podcast. In this episode, we discuss the revolution we have been experiencing in the world of athletics as many of the top athletes are moving towards a plant predominant or a healthy vegan lifestyle, and in the process, changing the world of sports and athletics. Our guest is Robert Cheeke, who is an athlete, best selling author and all around amazing human. Robert grew up on a farm in Corvallis, Oregon where he adopted a vegan lifestyle in 1995 at age 15, weighing just 120 pounds. Today he is the author of the books, Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness, Shred It!, Plant-Based Muscle, and the New York Times Bestseller, The Plant-Based Athlete. He is often referred to as the “Godfather of Vegan Bodybuilding,” growing the industry from infancy in 2002, to where it is today. As a two-time natural bodybuilding champion, 

Collective Insights

Neurohacker Collective

HomeGrownHumans – Christopher Bache – Psychedelics - Hosted by Jamie Wheal

Christopher Bache shares his courageous and outrageous thought experiments and lived experience with therapeutic psychedelics and his inquiry into the mystical. He brings his interdisciplinary set of frameworks ranging from comparative religion to transpersonal psychology, to his own lived experience of what were the types and classifications and categories of experiences he had. Full episode transcript can be viewed here:

Intelligent Design the Future

Discovery Institute

A Plea to Parents: Don’t “Butt Out” of Your Kids’ Education

On today’s ID the Future, host Robert Crowther sits down with writer Andrew McDiarmid to discuss his recent New York Post article, “Word to the Wise: Progressives Forget that Parents are in Charge of Kids’ Education.” The two discuss recent dustups in the news in which parents were told to butt out of the public education of their children. This is profoundly wrongheaded and for a variety of reasons, McDiarmid argues. McDiarmid, a Discovery Institute senior fellow, advocates for greater parental involvement, rather than less, and he and Crowther then apply the principle to the narrower question of how evolution is taught in the public high schools. In many districts evolutionary theory is taught as unquestionable dogma, with none of Read More ›


Vincent Racaniello

Immune 50: Red blood cells are immune sentinels

Immune reviews evidence that toll-like receptor 9 on the surface of red blood cells binds DNA, leading to uptake by macrophages and innate immune activation. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Stephanie Langel, Cynthia Leifer, and Brianne Barker Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts. RSS, email Become a patron of Immune! Links for this episode DNA binding to TLR9 on red blood cells (Sci Transl Med) Time stamps by Jolene. Thanks! Music by Steve Neal. Immune logo image by Blausen Medical Send your immunology questions and comments to





Facebook| Telegram | 電子報

Tiny Matters

The American Chemical Society

Tiny Matters is a science podcast about things that are small in size but big in impact. Every other Wednesday, join hosts Sam Jones and Deboki Chakravarti as they unpack the little stuff that makes the big stuff in our world (both good and bad) possible. Tiny Matters is a production of the American Chemical Society, a non-profit scientific organization based in Washington, DC. Executive producer, writer & host: Sam Jones, PhD Host: Deboki Chakravarti, PhD Sound design & theme: Michael Simonelli Artwork: Derek Bressler


Santa Fe Institute, Michael Garfield

Multiscale Crisis Response: Melanie Moses & Kathy Powers, Part 2

COVID has exposed and possibly amplified the polarization of society. What can we learn from taking a multiscale approach to crisis response? There are latencies in economies of scale, inequality of access and supply chain problems. The virus evolves faster than peer review. Science is politicized. But thinking across scales offers answers, insights, better questions…Welcome to COMPLEXITY, the official podcast of the Santa Fe Institute. I’m your host, Michael Garfield, and every other week we’ll bring you with us for far-ranging conversations with our worldwide network of rigorous researchers developing new frameworks to explain the deepest mysteries of the universe.This week on Complexity, we conclude our conversation (recorded on December 9th last year) with SFI External Professors Kathy Powers, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of New Mexico, and Melanie Moses, Director of the Mo

This Week in Neuroscience

Vincent Racaniello

TWiN 24: Social transmission of maternal behavior with Ioana Carcea and Robert Froemke

Ioana and Robert join TWiN to discuss their work demonstrating that rodents acquire maternal behavior by social transmission from an experienced mother to a virgin female how to care for a litter via endogenous oxytocin. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello and Timothy Cheung Guests: Ioana Carcea and Robert Froemke Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiN! Links for this episode Oxytocin neurons and social transmission of behavior (Nature) Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your neuroscience questions and comments to twin@microbe

The Naked Scientists Podcast

The Naked Scientists

Plastics: climate friend or foe?

Surely a day doesn't go by without you using plastic. It's a marvel of material science. But hidden behind its convenience, plastic poses serious enviornmental challenges. Is this versatile and ubiquitous material contributing to the climate problem or helping us solve it? Plus, in the news this week: as Omicron spreads across the globe, we get the low-down on how the new variant differs from those we have already seen, one researcher thinks he might have fouind our solar system's missing 9th planet and printer-ink that 'lives'! Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists

Genetics Unzipped

The Genetics Society

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Beat Your Genes Podcast


273: Guys & promiscuous women, Does my BF treat me bad or he just high T?

In today's episode, Dr. Lisle discusses:

1. Why do men sometimes pair-bond/fall in love with obviously promiscuous women(promiscuous reputation, clubbing/partying often, always scantily clad)? Maybe I'm having a hard time understanding because I'm a young woman. I would love to hear your thoughts!

2. What pair-bond behavior do highly testeronized men show? My boyfriend of 1 year remembers minute details about me, pays for all our dates, sends me food when he's not with me, and has bought me a new MacBook Pro, iPhone, Tiffany's jewelry, flowers every month, and teddy bears but he is not very verbally or physically affectionate. He has never initiated sexual activities with me either, although I can tell he enjoys when we do them. He's very jealous and possessive, insulting other men's abilities and intentions with me and always telling me to dress more modestly. In addition to

The Horse First: A Veterinary Sport Horse Podcast

Audrey DeClue, DVM

Episode 44: Positional Lameness in Sport Horses

When body lameness in your horse only occurs when they’re moving, it is positional lameness. In this episode, Dr. Audrey DeClue breaks positional lameness into two parts and urges more critical, rational thinking within the veterinary profession in order to put structures together and create a more accurate diagnosis. She’ll discuss how positional lameness is a subset of body lameness, but worth examining to create better outcomes for horses in general.

Aliens, Ghosts and Bigfoot Oh My! Stranger Things Happen Everyday.

UFO Abduction and UFO Encounter Stories

UFO Attacks Family in Australia ? UFO Sightings In Australia

UFO Attacks Family in Australia ? UFO Sightings In Australia

Pri-Med Podcasts


Contraception: When Do We Start Them? - Frankly Speaking Ep 252

Credits: 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™   CME/CE Information and Claim Credit:   Overview: For patients who would like to prevent pregnancy, many options—both hormonal and nonhormonal—exist. Despite the availability of multiple options, many patients do not use them because of either a lack of knowledge or a lack of access, the latter being especially true in uninsured and non−English-speaking communities. Research has shown over the years that while unintended pregnancies have decreased in the United States, more can be done, and primary care providers can play an important role in helping to further decrease and eliminate barriers to contraception.   Episode resource links: Lesnewski, R. (2021). Initiating Hormonal Contraception. American Family Physician, 103(5), 291-300. Guest: Mariyan L. Montaque, DNP, FNP-BC   Music Cred

Bio Eats World

Andreessen Horowitz

Discovery, Translation, and the State of Bio Today

On this episode, we are taking a pulse-check on the state of the intersection between biology, healthcare, and technology with two scientists that sit at another intersection, that of academia and industry: Alexander Marson and Patrick Hsu, who are professors at UC San Francisco and UC Berkeley, respectively, who both use cutting edge gene editing technology to create next generation therapies, and are prolific biotech founders. Patrick also recently co-wrote an article on Fast Grants, one of the speediest sources of emergency science funding during the pandemic, which you can read about on our media site But in this conversation, Patrick and Alex discuss — with a16z bio general partner Jorge Conde — what is different about this moment in bio. 

Naked Neuroscience, from the Naked Scientists

Katie Haylor

Inside the Mind

This month we're pondering the mysterious mind - what is it? Are us humans unique in having one? And where does the brain fit in? Plus we chat over some of the latest neuroscience news with local experts... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists

DNA Today: A Genetics Podcast

Kira Dineen

#163 Rachel Pastiloff & Krystle Davis On Prader-Willi Syndrome

On this episode we are joined by 2 guests, Rachel Pastiloff and Krystle Davis, who share their insight on Prader-Willi Syndrome. On This Episode We Discuss:Genetic causes of Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS)Challenges faced by caregivers of patients with PWSPWS symptom management Harmony Bioscience’s phase 2 clinical study in PWSRequirements for study participationCheck out some commonly asked questions and additional caregiver perspectives on Prader-Willi, and follow Rachel on Instagram to stay up to date on her journey.Refer your patients to Knowrare to join the study here.  Stay tuned for the next new episode of DNA Today on December 3rd where we will be interviewing two experts from the Parkinson’s Foundation on diversity in Parkinson’s research! New episodes are released on the first and third Friday of the month (with some bonus episodes). In the meantime, you can binge over 160 other episodes


شهریار شهیر برزگر

اپيزود40 هوپوکست- و خدايي که در این نزدیکیست- قسمت پانزدهم

ابعاد دیگر خود را پیدا کن.تو فقط آن چیزی که فکر می کنی نیستی.در پادکست چهلم هوپوکست وجه دیگری از جنسیت می پردازیم.نویسنده: شهریارشهیربرزگر/گوینده:حسین رنجبر توکلی.

Talking Biotech Podcast

Kevin M. Folta

328 – The Importance of Telling Ag’s Story

  One of the criticisms of farmers is that they fail to engage the public to show what they do. It is understandable, their days are busy, competition is stiff, and farming selects for folks [...]
The post 328 – The Importance of Telling Ag’s Story first appeared on Talking Biotech Podcast.

This Week in Parasitism

Vincent Racaniello

TWiP 201: Tiny and hairy

The TWiP team solves the case of the Man with a Cat and Ring Enhancing Lesions, and discuss domestic mammals as reservoirs for Leishmania donovani on the Indian subcontinent. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, Daniel Griffin, and Christina Naula Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Links for this episode Reservoirs for Leishmania (Transboundary Emerg Dis) Support MicrobeTV at Parasites Without Borders Letters read on TWiP 201 Become a patron of TWiP Case Study for TWiP 201 Older male, >65, abdominal pain over last several months, getting worse, otherwise feels well. No change in weight. Past medical, surgical unremarkable. Social: grew up in rural inland China. As adult lived in large city. Always active and healthy, eating fish and leafy vegetables. Move to US 10 years before illness. No pets. No toxic habits. HIV negative. Unremarkable exam. Labs: elevated white count, platelets low, not anemic. Differential on wh

Blood Podcast

American Society of Hematology

Belumosudil for chronic GVHD, mechanistic insights into VITT, and factors driving molecular response in IFNα-treated MPNs

First on today’s podcast, we’ll review results of a randomized phase 2 study demonstrating that inhibition of ROCK2 with belumosudil is well tolerated and effective in patients with steroid-refractory graft-versus-host disease. Next, we’ll review the work of researchers who have uncovered new insights into the immunopathogenesis of vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia. And we’ll close with a report of a prospective longitudinal analysis that elucidates the dynamics of mutated hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells during therapy with interferon-alpha in patients with BCR-ABL1 negative myeloproliferative neoplasms.

The APsolute RecAP: Biology Edition

Melanie Kingett, Brad Kingett, Zach Caruso

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Hello PhD

Joshua Hall and Daniel Arneman, PhDz

075. When Research Sucks (R)

It’s inevitable.  At some point in your research career, you’re going to get that sinking feeling. Your experiments will all fail, your PI will get on your case about finishing that paper, and your graduation date will drift maddeningly out of reach. So what can you do when your research starts to drag you down? […]
The post 075. When Research Sucks (R) appeared first on Hello PhD.

Cannabis Science Today

Emily Fata

Your discovery point for scientific and medical research on cannabis.

The Brain Architects

Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University

COVID-19 Special Edition: Mental Health Vital Signs

The devastating toll of the pandemic has underscored the critical importance of connecting what science is telling us to the lived experiences of people and communities. In March of 2020, we recorded episodes exploring the impact the coronavirus pandemic could have on child development. Now, a year later, we wanted to continue these conversations and discuss what we've learned, what needs to change, and where we go from here.

Additional Resources

In the final episode in this special series, host Sally Pfitzer speaks with Dr. Nancy Rotter, a pediatric psychologist and the Director of Psychology in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Ambulatory Care Division at Massachusetts General Hospital. They discuss how the pandemic changed conversations around mental health, why we need to integrate mental health into the context of overall health,


Carmela García Doval

Historia de vitaminas

Empezamos el año con un poco de historia de las vitaminas, sobre sus descubrimientos y dónde encontramos algunas... más allá del supermercado. Si estamos planificando nuestra nueva dieta, es algo que hay que tener en cuenta. Y una cosa nos queda clara: las cosas integrales son mucho mejores. Entre capítulo y capítulo de Bacteriófagos os podéis mantener al día en donde también encontraréis diferentes formas de apoyar a esta podcaster.

Beyond Clean Podcast

Beyond Clean Podcast

Even though their tools and equipment touch nearly every surgical patient in the world, how much do you really know about the people, processes, and products used in the Sterile Processing industry? Beyond Clean offers a creative look into the inner workings of a healthcare industry surrounded by challenges, disrupted by change, and committed to getting it right -- every instrument, every time. The team at Beyond Clean will bring on some of the biggest names in surgical instrument reprocessing and provide commentary on the biggest issues facing Sterile Processing professionals, facilities, administrators, manufacturers, and vendors. Join us every week as we explore the hidden world of one of the most important aspect of safe surgical care.

Discovery Matters

Discovery Matters

A collection of stories and insights on matters of discovery that advance life sciences. Brought to you by the curious people at Cytiva.

The Lab at azcentral

In each new season, the bioscience team at examines a new element of scientific research to show you what it means for how we live today.  Season one is all about “weird science.” You’ll find fish that swim in the desert, tiny insects in cage matches and robots that talk to plants. It all sounds pretty strange.  But behind some of their weirdest scientific experiments, researchers are learning some things that are life-and-death serious. The changing climate, the future of degenerative neurological diseases, the future of human life itself ... some of it might someday depend on these weird cases.

Naked Genetics, from the Naked Scientists

Phil Sansom

COVID In Your Genes: The Risk Factors

Do our genes control how we respond to COVID? The question has been nagging at the world since the pandemic began. Now we have the answer - and it's yes. In this programme, geneticist Nathan Pearson uncovers the specific bits of DNA that make you more likely to catch coronavirus, as well as the bits that might make you sicker.... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists

Razib Khan's Unsupervised Learning

Razib Khan

Razib Khan engages a diverse array of thinkers on all topics under the sun. Genetics, history, and politics. See:

Anatomy On The Go

Seth Jump

Episode 53: The Fascinating Cranial Nerves

We have these fascinating nerves called cranial nerves that are absolutely vital...they provide us with the basic senses we use on a daily basis, enable us to maintain our balance, and even make expressions with our face, like that quizzical look you might have on your face when your kid or younger relative tells you a poorly formed joke. Join me in episode #53 learn more.To get all episodes of the podcast, go to https://anatomyonthego.supercast.comSupport this podcast at —

Future Cities

Future Cities

Climate Gentrification in Coastal Cities

In this episode, a diverse team of graduate students discuss their research on climate gentrification in the Eastern coast of the United States and their personal stories about why they are inspired to study this topic. They share perspectives on the importance of interdisciplinary science in their own professional development and the value of an interdisciplinary approach to tackling wicked problems like climate change gentrification. The team also reflects on the importance of team science with peers in building confidence and establishing an essential network of support as early career researchers.Learn more about the the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center at and connect with this month's guests:Kelsea Best: Twitter, LinkedInAzmal Hossan: Twitter, LinkedInSharif Islam: Twitter, LinkedInZeynab Jouzi: Twitter, LinkedInTimothy Kirby: Twitter, LinkedInBecca Nixon: TwitterRichard A. Nyiawung: Twitter, L

Goat Talk with the Goat Doc

Cara Shepard

Dr Cara Sammons-Shepard, DVM is a practicing veterinarian in Maine and New Hampshire, and when on the road, the majority of her patients are goats. She and her husband have owned and operated a commercial farmstead creamery since 2009. In this podcast, Dr Shepard discusses different topics related to goat medicine and husbandry. Support this show See for privacy and opt-out information.

Risky or Not?

Don Schaffner and Ben Chapman

229. Giving a Raw Turkey to a 13 Year Old

Dr. Don and Professor Ben talk about the risks of giving a raw turkey to a 13 year old to take home from school as a prize. Dr. Don - not risky ?? Professor Ben - not risky ?? Merch — Risky or Not? DANCE Synonyms: 54 Synonyms & Antonyms for DANCE | 7 Fun Facts About Turkey Trots | ACTIVE Management of Risk of Microbial Cross-Contamination from Uncooked Frozen Hamburgers by Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizer | Journal of Food Protection Contamination by Meat Juice When Shopping for Packages of Raw Poultry | Journal of Food Protection

Stroke Alert

Negar Asdaghi, MD, MSc, FRCPC, FAHA

Stroke Alert January 2022

On Episode 12 of the Stroke Alert Podcast, host Dr. Negar Asdaghi highlights two articles from the January 2022 issue of Stroke: “Efficacy of Intravenous Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Motor Recovery After Ischemic Stroke: A Neuroimaging Study” and “Cumulative Concussion and Odds of Stroke in Former National Football League Players.” She also interviews Dr. Mike Sharma about his article “Frequency and Patterns of Brain Infarction in Patients With Embolic Stroke of Undetermined Source: NAVIGATE ESUS Trial.” Dr. Negar Asdaghi: 1) Can repeated concussions increase the risk of stroke in professional athletes? 2) Does stem cell therapy enhance the recovery from ischemic stroke? 3) ESUS stands for “embolic stroke of unknown source.” Is ESUS just a fancy new term, or is there more to it than meets the eye? These are some of the topics that we will discuss in today's podcast. We're covering the best in Stroke. Stay with us. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         Welcome t

This Is Your Brain With Dr. Phil Stieg

Weill Cornell Medicine Brain and Spine Center

Our Emotional Memory

Where were you on 9/11, and why do you remember it so clearly? Dr. Elizabeth Phelps, a Harvard neuroscience professor who studies the effect of trauma on memory, explains how highly emotional events get stored in our brains. Find out why we are so confident that these "flashbulb memories" are completely accurate, even though the evidence suggests otherwise. Plus... the "Michael Moore effect" that can influence what we think we remember.

Headlines of the Future


Many great inventions of humankind are based on science and research – and had a tremendous impact on improving people’s lives. We are again looking at science and technology as we are confronted with pressing global challenges from climate change to environmental degradation to feeding and caring for a growing and aging population. Join our host, Kate Hayes, as she talks to visionary scientists, thought leaders and entrepreneurs, to explore how science and technology of today are paving the way for tomorrow’s innovations, ensuring a better future for all.

The Accad and Koka Report

Michel Accad and Anish Koka

Ep. 180 A New Yorker Speaks Truth to Power

Our guest is Eli Klein, a gallery owner in Manhattan who became a scourge to governor Andrew Cuomo for his handling of the pandemic.
Eli Klein: (Twitter) and (Website)
WATCH ON YOUTUBE: (Watch the episode) on our YouTube channel.
Support this podcast

Big Biology

Art Woods and Marty Martin

Stability and change: Lessons from the Serengeti (Ep 72)

Why is the Serengeti such a special ecosystem? Why does it support so many different species, and what ecological processes regulate the enormous population sizes of its dominant large-bodied herbivores?
On this episode, we talk with Tony Sinclair, professor emeritus of zoology at the University of British Columbia, about his new book “A Place Like No Other: Discovering the Secrets of Serengeti”. Since the 1960s, Tony has studied the bottom-up and top-down processes that regulate wildlife populations in the Serengeti. We talk about how he discovered the major rules of regulation, the unique geography and climate of the Serengeti, the major forces driving wildebeests on epic annual migrations, and the roles that elephants play in stabilizing ecosystems into alternative stable states. We also talk with Tony about the controversial topic of rewilding degraded ecosystems. Tony argues that effective strategies for rewi

Her Brain Matters

Samantha Renzulli

Female adolescence is not easy, especially when you don't know what's going on inside. Join this brainiactivist as she demystifies the growing teenage brain and what you didn't learn about yourself in health class. For young female-identifying women by a young female-identifying woman.

Cell & Gene: The Podcast

Erin Harris

Cellevolve Bio's Dr. Derrell Porter on the Need for Diversity and Inclusion in Biotech

Cellevolve Bio's founder and CEO. Dr. Derrell Porter shares his experience with starting up a cell therapy company and why we, as an industry, need to advocate for more Black leaders and leaders of color in the biotech industry.

CannMed Coffee Talk

Medicinal Genomics

Brought to you by Medicinal Genomics

Naked Archaeology, from the Naked Scientists

Diana O'Carroll

Where did the Nazca Lines come from? Who built Stonehenge, and what secrets lie concealed within Egypt's pyramids? To find out, join the Naked Archaeologists as they undress the past...

A Walk on the Wild Side: A Veterinary Podcast

Kyle Kansman

Ep. 5- Avian Orthopedics

On this episode of A Walk on the Wild Side, join host Kyle Kansman (Michigan State 2022 DVM candidate) and wildlife veterinarian Dr. Nicki Rosenhagen (DVM at PAWS Wildlife Center) as they make their way through the avian skeleton & talk all things avian orthopedics! Listen in and learn about common causes of orthopedic injuries (such as trauma, anthropogenic effects, and metabolic bone disease), initial stabilization and diagnostics for fractures, and how to manage fractures and joint luxations based on anatomic location.  Thanks for listening in and hope you enjoy the episode!Instagram: walkonthewildsidepodcast@gmail.comMusic by MBB

Ask the Naked Scientists

Dr Chris Smith

Can memories be artificially implanted?

What boils fastest, a glass or plastic kettle? Do animals adapt to their surroundings? Why do I feel sleepy when I take a trip to the coast? What's an itch? Why can I hear my husband snoring, but not me doing it myself? Can we artificially insert memories into the brain? Why do the colour of the sea vary in different locations? Why is entropy not a force? What is in it for a virus? Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists

The Molecular Cell Biology Podcast

Germán Rosas-Acosta, MSc, PhD.

In this show, we explore the inner functioning of our cells, the little structures that form every tissue, every organ, and every system in our bodies. In every episode we formulate a specific set of questions related to a set of molecular events that take place in the cell, and address them trying to provide relevant analogies that may make them fairly understandable by everyone.

Hopkins Biotech Podcast

Hopkins Biotech Podcast

Beyond the Horizons: Leaving my PhD

Beyond the Horizons is a mini podcast series about different career paths and relevant professional development topics to discover what lies beyond. Join Ken Igarza (MS Neuroscience), to learn more about his career journey as a NSF-GRFP Graduate Researcher. Hosted by Ona Ambrozaite, Chemistry Ph.D. candidate at Johns Hopkins University, Co-Chair for the Graduate Representative Organization (GRO) and Senior PHutures Fellow. Brought to you by PHutures, an innovative and empathy-driven career hub focused on creating equitable and accessible opportunities for doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows at Johns Hopkins University and beyond. 

The Genomics Lab

Olivia Grant

Spatial transcriptomics with Dr Patrick CN Martin

In today's episode I spoke again to Dr Patrick CN Martin from the Biotech research and innovation centre at the University of Copenhagen, about spatial transcriptomics. Patrick is a post doctoral researcher who has been working on ST and more specifically, this pre print which we also took a deep dive into, on todays episode! Patricks new tool, named Vesalius (stay tuned to find out why) is able to decipher tissue anatomy from ST data by converting transcriptomic information into a color code for image segmentation. 
The tool is able to successfully detect tissue architecture in mouse embryo and brain from high resolution ST data by incorporating image processing algorithms. Vesalius is a tool to perform high-resolution in silico anatomization and molecular characterization from ST data. 
If like me, you feel unclear on what exactly is ST and how it works, stay tuned to learn lots! Even if you do know what

PT Snacks Podcast: Physical Therapy with Dr. Kasey Hogan


You only have X amount of time in a given day. If you are a Physical Therapist or a Student Physical Therapist, you may also find that the time and energy you have left is precious, but the list of concepts you want to review or learn is endless. Build the habit of listening to small, bite-sized pieces of information to help you study, and save you time to live the rest of your life. Kasey Hogan, PT, DPT, OCS will be covering anatomy, arthokinematics, therapeutic exercise, patient education, and so much more. Tune in to learn on a time budget so you can continue to move your practice forward!

What Could Possibly Go Right?

Vicki Robin

In this interview series sponsored by Post Carbon Institute, Vicki Robin, activist and best-selling author on sustainable living, talks with provocative thought leaders about emerging possibilities and ways humanity might step onto a better, post-pandemic path.


Knowable Magazine

What are the limits to what’s knowable — and how does our thinking about big questions in science and technology evolve over time? Take an audio journey with Knowable Magazine from Annual Reviews as we explore puzzles as diverse as the existence of black holes and how to build an artificial heart — with plenty of surprises along the way.

Contagious Conversations

CDC Foundation

24. The Modernization of the Public Health System

In this episode of Contagious Conversations, Dr. Anand Parekh breaks down the critical population health and policy issues facing the United States now—plus what's needed in a public health workforce of the future. Dr. Parekh is the chief medical advisor for the Bipartisan Policy Center. Prior to joining the BPC, he served for ten years at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, playing instrumental roles in the implementation of the Recovery Act’s Prevention and Wellness Fund, the Affordable Care Act, and HHS’ Multiple Chronic Conditions Initiative. Dr. Parekh is a board-certified internal medicine physician, a fellow of the American College of Physicians, and an adjunct assistant professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins University.  For a full episode transcript, visit   Key Takeaways: [1:53] Dr. Parekh discusses his role at the Bipartisan Policy Center. [3:52] What is Dr. Parekh’s f

Clinical neurology with KD

Krishnadas N C

Clinical neurology with KD is a podcast hosted by Dr Krishnadas NC, a neurologist with over 15 years of experience in teaching medical students. In this podcast, you will learn over 12 episodes of how to localise a lesion in neurology based on history taking and physical examination. The podcast is meant for medical students and to make them enjoy learning neurology. Medicine, paediatrics, critical care, psychiatry, neurology residents, general practitioners and nurse practitioners will also find it beneficial. Notes, images and other resources for the podcast are available at website

Spectrum Autism Research


Why was a study about autism cited by a paper on plant beauty?

Autism studies are appearing in the reference lists of entirely unrelated papers, suggesting what a few scholars worry is a plot to manipulate citations.
The post Why was a study about autism cited by a paper on plant beauty? appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News.


Cindy Buckmaster

RAW Truth 1: Stressed Animals - Shaky Science

About half of the studies published from research with animals are questionable because they can't be replicated. The research community has been trying to rein this unacceptable manifestation of sloppy science practices in for over a decade with limited success. A good deal of focus has been placed on strong, unbiased study design and complete, transparent reporting of findings. But no one is talking about the most central feature of all of these studies - the research animals themselves. How do their personal experiences and welfare impact research findings and contribute to this ongoing "reproducibility crisis"? And what factors should we be tracking to improve animal welfare, scientific integrity and hope for the sick and dying? Dr. Jeremy Turner, a researcher with decades of experience studying research animals,  joins us today to share his experiences and offer solutions.



Kiana Aran Chats About her Nature Award and New Non-Profit

In this episode, we chat with Dr. Kiana Aran, the CSO of Cardea Bio and associate professor at Keck Graduate Institute, who recently won the Nature Research Award for Inspiring Women in Science. Dr. Aran talks about her experience being a nominee and award winner, her early days and scientific journey, and the launch of her new non-profit, Aran Nebula.

Rounds to Residency (from MedSchoolCoach)

Chase DiMarco

4.15 Chiropractics, Allopathic, Osteopathic Differences in Approach to Pain Medicine - Part 2

On Part 2 of our episode with Dr. Mitchell Cohn, he continues his discussion on osteopathy: what makes good and bad research, the politics behind different therapies, and how it’s different from chiropractic. [00:51] Science is Ever-Evolving [04:30] How We End Up With Bad Information [08:48] Politics Behind PRP and Prolotherapy [11:05] Difference of Osteopathic Manipulation from Chiropractic Adjustments [15:33] Chiropractors are Also Physicians Full show notes

Epigenetics Podcast

Active Motif

The Effect of Vitamin D on the Epigenome (Folami Ideraabdullah)

In this episode of the Epigenetics Podcast, we caught up with Folami Ideraabdullah from the University of Chapel Hill to talk about her work on the environmental modulation of the epigenome during development.

The lab of Folami Ideraabdullah focuses on studying how environmental factors modulate the epigenome. In particular the team investigates how Vitamin D levels influence epigenetic processes and, hence, the susceptibility for diseases like adipositas. Folami Ideraabdullah started with a genome-wide screen of DNA Methylation patterns that are observed after Vitamin D depletion. This work was then followed up by investigating the impact of Vitamin D depletion on mouse sperm DNA methylation.



Xue, J., Schoenrock, S. A., Valdar, W., Tarantino, L. M., & Ideraabdullah, F. Y. (2016). Maternal vitamin D depletion alters DNA methylation at imprinted loci


John Latimer

Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate.

The Dermatology Podcast


E50: Editor’s Picks January 2022

Join us as we go through the JEADV Editor's Picks of January 2022:

(1) Dermatologic origin of a fatal C. ciferrii systemic infection
(2) Emollient use in hot environments among neonates for eczema prevention: how much is enough?
(3) Non-invasive visualization of human skin
(4) Acute self-limiting erythema multiforme after SARS-CoV-2 vaccination
Read the Editor's Picks here:

The Future of Healthcare: Live With Intent

Thomas Reichart, Justin Tomlinson

For the past two decades, Thomas Reichart and Justin Tomlinson, authors of Live With Intent, have been consulting leaders in the global healthcare industry. The hosts continue to inspire and advise thought leaders and experts to think beyond their roles, functions, and companies to actively shape the future of patient-driven medicine. Subscribe and become part of creating the future of healthcare.

The Language Neuroscience Podcast

Stephen M. Wilson

Language development and perinatal stroke, with Elissa Newport

In this episode, I talk with Elissa Newport, Professor of Neurology and Rehabilitation Medicine at Georgetown University Medical Center, about her work on the neural and cognitive underpinnings of language development, including statistical learning, language after perinatal stroke, lateralization, plasticity, the critical period, and more.Saffran JR, Aslin RN, Newport EL. Statistical learning by 8-month-old infants. Science 1996; 274: 1926-8. [doi]Newport EL, Landau B, Seydell-Greenwald A, Turkeltaub PE, Chambers CE, Dromerick AW, Carpenter J, Berl MM, Gaillard WD. Revisiting Lenneberg’s hypotheses about early developmental plasticity: Language organization after left-hemisphere perinatal stroke. Biolinguistics 2017; 11: 407-22. [doi]Olulade OA, Seydell-Greenwald A, Chambers CE, Turkeltaub PE, Dromerick AW, Berl MM, Gaillard WD, Newport EL. The neural basis of language development: Changes in lateralization over

Channel Your Enthusiasm

Channel Your Enthusiasm

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Genome Insider


Stories where genes and genomes are key to solving energy and environment challenges. Hear diverse voices in science talk about their groundbreaking research to better understand — and harness — the superpowers encoded in plants, fungi, microalgae, environmental viruses, and bacteria to contribute to a more sustainable world. Join host Alison F. Takemura, PhD, for regular episodes to get an intimate look at the life around us.

Conversations on Health Care

Community Health Center, Inc.

Conversations On Health Care features in-depth discussions on health policy and innovation with industry newsmakers from around the globe. The podcast is produced by Community Health Center, Inc., Connecticut’s largest provider of medical, dental and behavioral healthcare to the underserved, and hosted by Founder, President and CEO Mark Masselli and Vice President and Clinical Director Margaret Flinter.

Science Will Win


BONUS – Into the Pfizer Lab: Making a Gene Therapy

In this special bonus episode, Adam Rutherford explores a different aspect of gene therapy - how do you actually make one? Expert guests discuss the highly complex task of scaling-up manufacturing from the small amounts needed for research, to creating batches big enough for clinical and commercial scale. And once that hurdle has been cleared, how do they address the additional challenge of storing and transporting the medicine at ultra-low temperatures?Featuring guests:Bert Bruce, Regional President, North America, Rare Disease, PfizerBob Smith, Senior Vice President, Global Gene Therapy Business, Rare Disease, Pfizer Sonal Bhatia, Chief Medical Officer, Rare Disease, Pfizer

The Upper Hand: Chuck & Chris Talk Hand Surgery

Chuck and Chris

Deep Dives on Surgical Technique: TFCC Repair

Season 2 Episode 46.  Chuck and Chris discuss TFCC injuries and repair.  We briefly review examination diagnosis but the deep dive focuses on repair technique.  The importance of foveal TFCC injury and repair is highlighted.Sign up for The Upper Hand Podcast Newsletter: always, thanks to @iampetermartin for the amazing introduction and conclusion  And thanks to Eric Zhu, aspiring physician and podcast intern.

Naked Scientists, In Short Special Editions Podcast

The Naked Scientists

Ichthyosaur found in Rutland

The astonishing discovery of this jurassic era creature has been covered on our show before, but this recording features special insight into the dig itself. Mark Evans from the British Antarctic Survey and Emily Swaby from The Open University describe the significance of finding the skeletal remains of this marine reptile to Harry Lewis... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists

MY OT Journey

Jtribe Radio

OT's role in Geriatrics, Home modification and Aging in Place

Monique Chabot, OTD, MS, OTR/L specializes in geriatrics, Living in Place and design. She has worked in a variety of settings over the course of her career. Monique received her Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Studies from University of North Texas, Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University and her Doctoral degree in Occupational Therapy from Boston University. Monique is currently pursuing a PhD at Jefferson East Falls. 
When she is not working as a clinician or completing school work, Monqiue enjoys gardening and growing vegetables. She spends a great deal of time completing knitting, sewing and embroidery. Monique also plays the violin and accordion with a string band for the Mummers in Philadelphia. 
Monique can be reached via email at
All the best,
The CHRG Therapy Team

The Lonely Pipette : helping scientists do better science

Jonathan Weitzman & Renaud Pourpre

TLP #10 : A season has ended - Renaud & Jonathan

In this episode Renaud and Jonathan share their tips and thoughts about the first season of The Lonely Pipette podcast.Renaud and Jonathan tell their own ‘origin stories’And we discuss the origins of the podcast and what we have learnedWe talk about non-linear careers in scienceWe discuss the #HSDBS mission and how we are both committed, in our own ways, to helping scientists do better scienceWe talk about highlights from Season 1 and share some of the joys of listener feedbackAnd we make some promises for Season 2Subscribe and receive the next season in you mailbox To send us feedback and ideas for season 2 : find out more about Renaud find out more about Jonathan learn more about the soundtrack :Music by Amaria - Lovely Swindle

BioTech IQ

Ammon Rivera

Increase your IQ and understanding of the Biotech industry by listening to interviews with key business leaders who have built successful companies and departments. We discuss everything from the science, clinical operations, clinical development, safety/PV and more! We address how each function plays an important role in the drug approval process. We also discuss the people that make up these departments. Get ready to hear about cutting edge development and the people who make it happen!

Tales of Transformation

Deloitte US

Behavioral Health

This episode of Tales of Transformation explores the renewed focus on the global behavioral health crisis in response to the pandemic and how digital engagement and partnerships can improve outcomes.


Alix Ventures

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The PathPod Podcast


Beyond the Scope: Former New York City Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Barbara Sampson

In this segment, Beyond the Scope, we speak to pathologists about their pursuits and interests in and outside of pathology. On this episode, our host Dr. Nicole Jackson (@NicoleJacksonMD), an Associate Medical Examiner at the King County Medical Examiner's Office, speaks with Dr. Barbara Sampson, the first woman to lead the New York City Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. We'll hear their conversation about mentorship and leadership, as well as cutting edge techniques being used to identify decedents, find undiagnosed genetic diseases, track the opioid crisis, and manage the COVID-19 pandemic. What was it like to be in a New York City Medical Examiner on 9/11? How is the COVID-19 pandemic similar and different? What surprising public health discovery did Dr. Sampson play a role in as a Medical Examiner?
Featured public domain music: US Army Blues, BugaBlue

OHBM Neurosalience


S2 EP12: Maurizio Corbetta. Attention, Clinical Use of Neuroimaging, and a provocative theory for what Resting State fMRI actually is

Maurizio Corbetta is Full Professor and Chair of Neurology in the Department of Neuroscience at the University of Padua, Italy. He is also the founding director of the new Padua Neuroscience Center, a highly interdisciplinary research programme centered on the idea of brain networks in health and society.
After receiving is M.D. from the University of Pavia in Italy, he carried out a residency in Neurology at the University of Verona. In 1990 he moved to US, carting out a fellowship in NeuroImaging at Barnes Hospital at Wash U in St. Louis. While in St. Louis, he worked his way up to being the Norman J. Strupp Professor of Neurology, and Professor of Radiology, Anatomy, Neurobiology Bioengineering and Neuroscience at Wash University, as well as Director of Stroke and Brain Injury Rehabilitation at the Rehabilitation Institute of St. Louis

Chief Complaint Podcast

Zach Sielaff

Welcome to the Chief Complaint podcast, a show about all things nursing. Join nursing student Zach and experienced RN LJ as they give you the low down on patient care, nursing practice, and professional issues. Tune in each week on Friday for new episodes! If you have a question you'd like us to answer on the air, or just want to get in touch, send us an email at or tweet at us @ChiefPod. Talk to you soon and, as always, be sure to take care of yourselves, and take care of somebody else.

Journal of Special Operations Medicine

Journal of Special Operations Medicine

The podcasts in this feed will review select articles from our academic, peer-reviewed journal. We also offer monthly interviews with leaders in the TEMS and TCCC communities, providing valuable insight into the latest and greatest information in the world of tactical medicine.

Illumina Genomics Podcast

Illumina, Inc.

Pharmacogenomics: Barriers and Opportunities to Implementation


ladi kian

من کتابهایی که برای خودم کاربردی بودن رو میخونم و امیدوارم برای شما هم مفید باشه.تمرکزم روی فنگ شویی و استفاده از این هنر-دانش در زندگی روزانه هست تا باعث آرامش هرچه بیشترما بشه .

nf-cast - the bioinformatics podcast

Seqera Labs

Episode 4: Cedric Notredame – The Centre for Genomic Regulation

In this Podcast, Rob Lalonde of Seqera Labs speaks with Cedric Notredame, head of the Notredame Lab at the Centre for Genomic Regulation in Barcelona, Spain. In this far-ranging discussion, Rob and Cedric talk about cloud, pipelines, and trace the evolution of Nextflow from its early days as a research project to its current role in the global COVID effort.

Living Mirrors with Dr. James Cooke

Dr. James Cooke

Unaccountability and the Collective Shadow | Living Mirrors #78

On today's episode I share some thoughts on unaccountability and the collective shadow.  

Lessons from Lab and Life

Lydia Morrison

Episode #37 - Interview with Karmella Haynes: Synthetic Biology and the future of epigenetic medicine

Hear from Professor Karmella Haynes, whose work focuses on using synthetic biology to fine tune approaches to epigenetic medicine. 

Plants are People too: Botany Podcast

Tom Groves

Loosely based around the topics of botany, ecology and evolution of plants this podcast is designed to bring attention to and broaden the botanical knowledge of it's audience. Primarily focusing on the native flora of New England. The majority of the topics and botanical species discussed will pertain to the Northeast region of the United States but not exclusive to this area. Intermittently, there will also be episodes on cannabis and it's cultivation. Enjoy.

Veterinary Surgery Podcast

Jolle Kirpensteijn

Cat ear issues and checklist manifesto with Dr. Ameet Singh

And we are back! We discuss c chronic otitis externa in the cat thanks to a great article in JFMS and have a great interview with Dr. Ameet Singh about why checklists are so important in human and veterinary surgery. So excited that we are on a roll again

The Sheep Show podcast

Jill Noble

All things ovine, sheep farming and learning more about sheep and shepherding. Learn about breeding animals and being a sheep farmer.

KGI: Innovation in Applied Life Sciences & Healthcare

Keck Graduate Institute

Join our Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) community as we share behind-the-scenes insights on the innovation and collaboration taking place on campus. On this podcast, we share conversations with students, faculty, staff, alumni, and other guests. Visit our website at and follow us on social media @KeckGrad.

بهتره بدونی!

Oxygen Group

ارزهای دیجیتال، رمز ارز، بیت کوین

نگاهی به دنیای زیبای ارزهای دیجیتال.

Translating Aging

BioAge Labs

DISCO: A New Model for Entrepreneurship in Longevity Biotech (Dr. James Peyer — Cambrian Biopharma)

Dr. James Peyer, PhD, is the Founder and CEO of Cambrian Biopharma, a Distributed xDevelopment Company developing therapeutics targeting the biological drivers of aging.
Cambrian Biopharma brings together experts, scientists, and experienced company builders in a new model of entrepreneurship related to health span and aging. Dr. Peyer was previously the founder of Apollo Ventures, a successful venture capital firm focused on the longevity biotech space. He has spoken on the topic of longevity biotech and investing for Bloomberg, The Economist, TEDx, Longevity Leaders, ETH Zurich, and the Max Planck Institute on the Biology of Aging.
Today, Dr. Peyer joins host Chris Patil to discuss venture capitalism in the longevity space and the new models that are changing the game. After discussing his previous experiences with VC, Dr. Peyer introduces the Distribut

Medical Biochemistry

Ling Hwang

Citric Acid Cycle (2021)

In this episode, I discuss about the Citric Acid Cycle that is part of cellular respiration; and the synthesis of glucose in Gluconeogenesis when the body is in fasting state.

Cellfie Life

Nikaela Aitken - MCAT review

Cell-fie Life is an educational science podcast currently geared to creating a comprehensive review for the MCAT. If you have questions, suggestions, or comments, please email me at or visit the website,

The OTA Podcast

OTA Podcast Committee

OTA 2021 Annual Meeting Notable Paper P107 - Outcomes of Intramedullary Nailing Versus External Fixation in the Treatment of Open Tibial Fractures: Three to Five Year Follow-up Study of a Randomized Clinical Trial

Join host Dr. Paul Whiting as he chats with paper author Dr. Abigail Cortez about the results of a randomized clinical trial comparing IM Nailing to External Fixation in management of open tibial fractures. This paper was presented at the OTA 2021 Annual Meeting. For additional educational resources visit Looking for CME?  OTA Podcast CME only on the ConveyMD app: Apple Store click here  Google Play click here


Fifty Years, Michael Chavez, Seth Bannon

Screening for Enhanced RNA Vaccines with Kathrin Leppek, Gun Woo Byeon, and Hannah Wayment-Steele

Episode Summary: When COVID-19 hit and society decided to use mRNA vaccines for the first time, many questions remained about whether RNA itself was ready for the challenge. But three scientists at Stanford University who had barely worked with each other before the pandemic realized that RNA’s limitations were merely a design challenge and not an issue with the substrate itself. Through emails and zooms, Kathrin, Gun, and Hannah built a tool to massively test RNA designs. With it, they screened for RNA with better functionality, increasing the stability and expression of the protein they encode and ultimately creating a platform to improve these life-saving vaccines. Episode Notes:About the AuthorsHannah, Gun, and Kathrin had all been separately researching various aspects of genetics and RNA before the pandemic.When COVID hit and RNA vaccines were being built, the three realiz

Joyful Microbe

Justine Dees, PhD

Geosmin: the smell of soil and rain

If it rained where you are today, you may have noticed that delightful earthy smell. It’s wonderful, right? Well, you can thank microbes for making a chemical called geosmin.But what is geosmin, what microbes make it, and why? Here, I’ll answer those questions, share a few places you may encounter geosmin without realizing it, and hopefully not disappoint you too much when I reveal the context where geosmin can be a problem. After listening to this episode, you’ll be armed with detailed knowledge about this microbially-produced perfume that you can share with your friends so they too can find delight in the microbial world.JOYFUL MICROBE SHOW NOTES: MICROBE TWITTER: MICROBE INSTAGRAM: MERCH:

Endocrine Disruptors

Katherine Hatcher

We are a weekly podcast where we chat with the scientists behind your favorite hormones. But these just aren't any conversations with scientists. Each week, we highlight a new interview with real scientists who study hormones in any capacity, highlighting the diversity of hormones as well as the folks who study them. Visit our site to learn more!

Informatics in the Round

Kevin B. Johnson, MD, MS

Who, Me? My Road to Informatics

Hello and welcome to Informatics in the Round,  a podcast designed to help everyone become a part of the dialog about topics in biomedical informatics. 

I’m Kevin Johnson, a physician and informatics researcher at the University of Pennsylvania. @kbjohnsonmd on Twitter, on the web! 

In this episode of Informatics in the Round  I’m joined by a half dozen guests.  

Sarah Bland, a leader in Vanderbilt’s Center for Precision Medicine is here, along with her son Bradley.

Dr. Yaa Kumah Crystal, a clinical informatics expert and role model for African American women, is here with her son Jude.

Jane Bach (songwriter and storyteller extraordinaire) is here

Shannon Rich (my very smart and very courageous friend) is here.

Why all these guests? Because today’s topic is all about me and my new Children’s book called Who, Me? I’m a Biomedical Inf

Real Science Exchange

Balchem Animal Nutrition & Health

Balchem Real Science Exchange isn’t just any old boring podcast. You’ll get to know top researchers like you’ve never known them before. Go behind the scenes and hear the conversations that take place over a few drinks with friends. Join us as we discuss the hot topics in animal science and share a range of new ideas.

AMIA: For Your Informatics


For Your Informatics Podcast created by and for members to inform and inspire the informatics community towards action around opportunities for women in AMIA to improve health and healthcare. As a part of this mission, in 2018 champions of the Women in AMIA initiative, Drs. Wendy Chapman, Jessie Tenenbaum, Deepti Pandita, Merida Johns, and Laurie Griggs, started the Women in AMIA (WIA) Podcast. The WIA Podcast was an outlet to share opportunities for women in AIMA, to promote equal opportunity and treatment of women in biomedical informatics, and to increase the number of women in the biomedical informatics pipeline. Now, renamed ‘For Your Informatics’ Podcast where we explore the limitless world of medical informatics. ‘For Your Informatics’ Podcast is still led by the Women in AMIA and showcases talented individuals at all career stages and share paths to reveal the limitless and diverse world of biomedical and health informatics professions and its diverse voices to inspire greatness in the field. We recognize that women are not the only underrepresented group in AMIA or biomedical informatics, and the podcast content is valuable to everyone. While the podcast remains produced by women, we hope to capture the interest of all people interested in the informatics world. Our core values are inclusivity, diversity, education, and leadership. Our mission is to attract people from underrepresented groups into the biomedical informatics field, to create podcasts that can be used in multipurpose settings, to add underrepresented groups to the AMIA/biomedical informatics pipeline, and to teach practical aspects of biomedical informatics.

Chasing Compliance: The Global Regulatory Podcast


Chasing Compliance, presented by Global Regulatory Writing & Consulting, is a podcast focused on regulatory strategy, achieving and maintaining regulatory compliance, and the influence of regulation on healthcare overall. Guests include highly accomplished regulatory professionals, medical writers, scientists, engineers, and clinicians giving their take on some of the most complicated and challenging topics in clinical development.

The G Word

Genomics England

Join Chris Wigley, CEO of Genomics England, for discussions about all things genomics.





Vital Science

Charles River

Can MILs Strike a Killer Blow to Cancer?

From a young age, Kim Noonan knew what she wanted in life — a career in science and a desire to help.When her mother succumbed to gastric cancer, it drove her even more to help people, especially cancer patients. Today, she’s at the forefront of a potentially game-changing development in cancer therapy — using bone marrow-infiltrating lymphocytes (MILs) designed to target and kill cancerous tumors of all shapes and sizes.Find out how her early work with myeloma patients started her road to discovering MILs, the origin of WindMIL Therapeutics, challenges associated with manufacturing MIL-based therapies, and what the future holds for this revolutionary treatment.Learn more about WindMIL Therapeutics and the science behind their work with bone marrow immunology.SHOW NOTES
Cell and Gene Therapy Services
Oncology Research and Drug Development
The Link Between a Consistent Cell Supply and Successful Cell Therap

The Taproot

Plantae / American Society of Plant Biologists

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Primary Immune Deficiencies Made Simple

Dr. Sagar Bhattad, MD, DM

Lively and educative discussion on Primary Immune Deficiencies. Simplifying complex topics and providing valuable clues to the diagnosis. Target audience - young parents, Pediatricians and physicians. Dr. Sagar Bhattad is currently based in Bangalore at Aster CMI hospital. He is the first DM super-specialist in India in Pediatric Immunology and Rheumatology.

SKRAPS of Science & Innovation

Arun & JoJo from SKRAPS Studio

SKRAPS is your podcast where we, on your behalf explore the stories of sparks of scientific brilliance in science and innovation. SKRAPS is the word sparks spelt backwards and also a play on the idea that ideas are written on back of a napkin or scraps of paper. We explore stories of people in science, while elaborating on the scientific details so that experts and non-experts can relate to science better in today's whimsical world that acts to spread mis-information.


Candle Podcast

پادکست کندل مجموعه ای ای است که با همکاری مشترک انجمن احیا و آکادمی گپبوک و میزبانی پوریا بحیرایی و مهرسا شرع الاسلام و تولید می شود.در هر اپیزود از این مجموعه تلاش می شود با دعوت از پژوهشگران و افراد فعال در زمینه های علوم اعصاب،علوم شناختی و رفتاری به موضوعات روز و جذاب این حیطه ها بپردازیم

In conversation with...

The Lancet Respiratory Medicine

Wisia Wedzicha on a vaccine for COPD

Wisia Wedzicha discusses findings of a trial of a vaccine for the prevention of COPD exacerbations and provides her insights for future research.Read the full article:Non-typeable Haemophilus influenzae–Moraxella catarrhalis vaccine for the prevention of exacerbations in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

Greenhouse and Indoor Cultivation Podcast


The Greenhouse and Indoor Cultivation Podcast, presented by GroAdvisor. will teach you strategies to grow your business, get the most out of your cultivation systems, and advance your horticulture career.

Sounds of Science

Charles River

Ep. 44: Vaccine Vials and COVID Innovations

Lawrence Ganti, president of SiO2 Materials Science, joins me to discuss ramping up production of his innovative vaccine vials to distribute COVID-19 vaccines. We also discuss how the pandemic in general affected scientific innovation and medical product manufacturing, and what it could mean for the future of medicine.

Books and Ideas with Dr. Ginger Campbell

Ginger Campbell, MD

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Love and Love Alone

Love and Love Alone

Born to Love & Love Alone, Live to Love & Love Alone, Die to Love & Love Alone Support this podcast:

Adverse Reactions

Anne Chappelle, PhD, and David Faulkner, PhD

Season 2 of Adverse Reactions will premiere in early 2022. An interview podcast bringing you the people and stories behind the science of how biological, physical, and chemical agents may cause adverse reactions to public, animal, and environmental health. This podcast is presented by the Society of Toxicology (SOT) and hosted by SOT members Anne Chappelle and David Faulkner. About Anne After graduating from the University of Delaware with a BS in biology in 1991, Anne Chappelle accidentally found her calling when she worked a gap year in an industrial toxicology laboratory. As it turned out, toxicology was the perfect marriage of protecting both human health and the environment. She then went on to receive her PhD in pharmacology and toxicology from the (now) University of the Sciences in Philadelphia in 1997, focusing on upper respiratory tract toxicity. For the last 20+ years, as a toxicologist and risk assessment expert for the chemical industry, Anne has been thrilled to not work in a laboratory anymore. Along the way, she has added a few more titles: spouse; DABT; Principal of Chappelle Toxicology Consulting, LLC; occasional blogger at My Toxic Life; and most life changing (and expensive): Mom. She is thrilled to be partnered with David to add podcast co-host to the list because it gives her the opportunity to “channel my inner Terry Gross.” About David David Faulkner’s interest in science started at age five with a few Bill Nye the Science Guy VHS tapes and hasn’t diminished since. A lifelong artist and science fan, David has worked in nearly every mass communication medium to share his love of science with the world. Now, as an early career toxicologist, David is living out his dream of co-hosting a science podcast! With a budget! And a producer! And super cool guests! And an awesome co-host! David thinks Bill would be proud. David attended the University of Michigan, where he completed a BS in microbiology, a BA in English language (emphasis in creative writing), and an MPH in environmental health sciences, and the University of California Berkeley, where he completed a PhD in molecular toxicology under the supervision of Dr. Chris Vulpe. He has held postdoctoral appointments at the Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and just started a new position as a toxicological risk assessor. He also is a full-time parent to two adorable purple velvet plants: Planthony Bourdain and Marie Planthoinette. Disclaimer The viewpoints and information presented in Adverse Reactions represent those of the participating individuals. Although the Society of Toxicology holds the copyright to the production, it does not vet or review the information presented nor does presenting and distributing the Adverse Reactions podcast represent any proposal or endorsement of any position by the Society.

The Naked Body, from the Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

Naked Body: Heart of the matter

Our hearts are one of the hardest working organs we've got, but how do they work? Cardiologist Rohin Francis tells us how... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists


Michelle Greenfield

48. A Tribute to Winter the Dolphin

On this final Aquadocs episode of 2021, Michelle interviews Dr. Shelly Marquardt, veterinarian at Clearwater Marine Aquarium, as a special tribute to Winter the Dolphin. Winter, one of the bottlenose dolphins at Clearwater was found in the coastal waters of Florida in 2005. She was caught in a crab trap that resulted in the loss of her tail. Over the years, her team has worked tirelessly to provide unique enrichment for her unique  morphology, including a silicone tail to help with her unnatural swimming patterns (tail moving side to side instead of up and down). Sadly, Winter recently passed away on November 11, 2021. Despite incredible life-saving efforts by Dr. Marquardt and experts from around the country who flew in to help her, Winter passed away from intestinal torsion. This episode was recorded a few weeks prior to her passing and tells her incredible rescue story from a veterinary perspective. We are releasing this episode as

Mundo de los Microbios

Gary Toranzos, Cesar Arias

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Life Science Rundown

The FDA Group

The Life Science Rundown is a podcast for life science professionals hosted by The FDA Group. We dive deep into topics across the RA/QA/Clinical space, covering news, exploring trends, and picking the brains of expert guests.

Repro Radio

Repro Radio

A monthly podcast by repro scientists for academics, farmers, vets, students, clinicians, industry members and curious minds. #ForTheLoveOfRepro

The Suffrage Science podcast: How women are changing science

Suffrage Science

Elspeth Garman

Kat speaks with Elspeth Garman (Suffrage Science Life Sciences awardee, 2020), Professor of Molecular Biophysics at the University of Oxford, namesake of the 'Garman limit' and pioneer in X-ray crystallography. Elspeth reveals how her adventures abroad as a teenager landed her with much more than she could have imagined, and the trials and benefits of pivoting from nuclear physics to life sciences.


the bioinformatics chat

Roman Cheplyaka

#64 Enformer: predicting gene expression from sequence with Žiga Avsec

In this episode, Jacob Schreiber interviews Žiga Avsec about
a recently released model, Enformer. Their discussion begins with life
differences between academia and industry, specifically about how research
is conducted in the two settings. Then, they discuss the Enformer model,
how it builds on previous work, and the potential that models like it have
for genomics research in the future. Finally, they have a high-level discussion
on the state of modern deep learning libraries and which ones they use in their
day-to-day developing.


Effective gene expression prediction from sequence by integrating long-range interactions (Žiga Avsec, Vikram Agarwal, Daniel Visentin, Joseph R. Ledsam, Agnieszka Grabska-Barwinska, Kyle R. Taylor, Yannis Assael, John Jumper, Pushmeet Kohli

You Don't Live in The World You Think You Do: TRUE Alien, Bigfoot and Ghost Stories


You Don't Live in The World You Think You Do: TRUE UFO, Bigfoot and Ghost Stories are TRUE Paranormal stories told by people who have experienced Ghosts. From Nurses sharing terrifying last words of patients as they die to Demons who attack Military units in Iraq. Ghost Stories, Bigfoot Stories that WILL make you a believer in the Paranormal. Bigfoot, also commonly referred to as Sasquatch, is a purported ape-like creature said to inhabit the forests of North America. Ghost In folklore, a ghost is the soul or spirit of a dead person or animal that can appear to the living. In ghostlore, descriptions of ghosts vary widely from an invisible presence to translucent or barely visible wispy shapes, to realistic, lifelike forms. Wikipedia Alien Extraterrestrial life, sometimes colloquially referred to as alien life, is hypothetical life that may occur outside Earth and which did not originate on Earth. Wikipedia

American Journal of Infection Control: Science Into Practice

Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC)

#5 Working Together for Healthcare Worker Safety: The Gown-Glove Connection

Listen as our hosts talk with Dr. Selcen Kilinc-Balci, an author of a National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) study that illustrates the importance of looking closely at how gowns and gloves work together to protect healthcare workers. The discussion provides insight into what can be done now to help protect healthcare personnel, and what may be considered as part of future standards development.

Everyday Neuro: Psychology and Neuroscience Podcast Series

Dr Janine Cooper: Cognitive Psychologist, Neuroscientist, Neuropsychology,

Everyday Neuro 017: The Art of Relaxation - Learn Effective Ways to Reduce Tension and Anxiety

In Episode 17, I discuss the topic of relaxation and how we can engage in breath work to help reduce tension and anxiety. I talk with Tessa Hughes, an experienced mindfulness practitioner about the benefits that mindfulness and meditation can bring to our thinking and wellbeing.



Welcome to Bio-DIVE-rsity! A new creature-feature podcast about the splendors of the ocean's creatures and the issues currently affecting them. Using science as a guide, we tackle both the common and the rare, the exotic and the ugly. Let's descend!

The Deep-Sea Podcast


Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Public Health Out Loud

Dr. Jim McDonald and Dr. Philip Chan

Public Health Out Loud is a podcast that delves into the broader public health concerns and issues facing everyday Rhode Islanders. From discussions about safeguarding against future pandemics to actionable plans for families to help keep their loved ones safe from preventable diseases, Public Health Out Loud is a no nonsense resource for listeners who want to stick to the facts. With all that’s going on in the world at every hour of the day, podcast hosts Dr. James McDonald and Dr. Philip Chan promise to deliver accurate, light-hearted, and informative public health updates that matter to you. This podcast is brought to you by the Rhode Island Department of Health.


Jesse Noar

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Functional Breeding Podcast

The Functional Dog Collaborative

The Functional Breeding Podcast is about how to breed dogs for function and for health, behavioral and physical. It is brought to you by the Functional Dog Collaborative, an organization founded to support the ethical breeding of healthy, behaviorally sound dogs. The FDC's goals include providing educational, social, and technical resources to breeders of both purebred and mixed breed dogs, helping us all learn more about how to breed good companions who are fit for sports or work. You can find out more at or at the Functional Breeding facebook group, which is a friendly and inclusive community.

GI EndoCast

Boston Scientific Endoscopy

Management of Distal Biliary Obstruction | Dr. Rabindra Watson

Dr. Rabindra Watson, formerly of California Pacific Medical Center, now the Director for Center of Metabolic Health & Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at Cedars Sinai Medical Center, shares his insight regarding one of the most widely debated & published GI topics, managing distal biliary obstruction.

PV Roundup - Medical News Podcast

PeerDirect Publishing

The PV Roundup - Medical News Podcast delivers advances, headlines and buzz from the world of medicine in less than three minutes. Designed for clinicians with stories selected by the PeerDirect editorial board. Visit us at to sign-up for our newsletter.

Investigating Breast Cancer


Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Breast Cancer Research with Dr. Connie Lehman

Effective medicine has always relied on clear and verifiable diagnoses. Of course, for patients, the wait and uncertainty of diagnostics can be especially trying.

BCRF investigator since 2019, Dr. Connie Lehman, is among the scientists and practitioners trying to change that. And she’s doing it in myriad ways to drastically reduce wait times and detect cancers earlier. Dr. Lehman is a professor of radiology at Harvard Medical School, and chief of Breast Imaging and co-director of the Avon Comprehensive Breast Evaluation Center at the Massachusetts General Hospital.

The Bioinformatics CRO Podcast

The Bioinformatics CRO

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Straight from a Scientist Medical Research Education and Discussion Podcast

Connor Wander and Julian Dallmeier

Ep56- Unlocking Genetic Regulation

  VIDEO WITH VISUAL AIDS ON YOUTUBE!!   How did you get so put together?  DNA is the blueprint, but it doesn't determine everything.  DNA gets turned into RNA, and then finally into proteins that help build your body and brain.  But there are SO many steps in that process that affect the final product- you.   The sum of these steps is a process called genetic regulation.  Genetic regulation makes sure that not all of our genes are expressed and turned into protein at the same time and same place- that would be a mess! This episode is all about genetic regulation by long, non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs, pronounced "link-R N A").  LncRNAs are long segments of RNA that serve non-traditional functions in the genome.  Although recently discovered, lncRNAs seem to be involved in everything from the genetic regulation of development to diseases like cancer.  LncRNAs could help rewrite the field of genetic regulation, and might be the biggest s

The Genomics Life

Kelly Moffat

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Biotech Clubhouse

Biotech Club

The Hub for Biotech Conversations


Davor, Rahul, Bec and Scott

COVID-19 – Clinical Diagnosis and Management

This episode is for everyone who is sick of COVID-19 but needs to finally learn how to diagnosis and manage it, rather than how to out-argue your uncle about whether the plan-demic will end democracy. We go through diagnosis, testing, … Continue reading →

Science unscripted

DW.COM | Deutsche Welle

Did you really 'choose' your romantic partner?

Your sexuality may be connected to your birth order, and staying with a partner has surprisingly little to do with love.

The Drug Discovery World Podcast

Drug Discovery World (DDW)

Building on current drug discovery methods

The articles are called “The new synthesis: How synthetic DNA technology is changing drug discovery” and “In vitro drug interaction data critical in drug repurposing”. The first was written by Dr Tim Brears, CEO of Evonetix and Dr Raquel Sanches-Kuiper, Director of Biology at Evonetix. The second was written by Madison Knapp, Marketing Communications Specialist, and Dr. Brian Ogilvie, Vice President of Scientific Consulting, at SEKISUI XenoTech. In “The new synthesis: How synthetic DNA technology is changing drug discovery”, Dr Tim Brears and Dr Raquel Sanches-Kuiper explore applications of synthetic DNA in drug discovery and development, the benefits and limitations of current methods, and the opportunities offered by emerging DNA synthesis technologies. In the wake of Covid-19 interest in repurposing a drug for a different indication to the one it was developed for has been high. In “In vitro drug interaction data critical in drug

The Qualitalks Podcast


Incorporating GxPs to Your Company's DNA [Troy Fugate]

In this podcast episode, our guest is Troy Fugate, a pharma industry and GMP veteran with 30+ years of experience in the field. Now, he is the Vice President at Compliance Insight, Inc. They help businesses overseen by the FDA navigate the regulatory process, achieve compliance, and develop best practices for manufacturing innovative drugs, medical devices, and biologics.
Troy believes that the single most challenging issue leaders face is incorporating GMPs into their company culture. The leaders don't know how to blend GMPs into their mission and vision with the right passion. Only then can employees see the whole vision and understand the "Why". Not just to do things because "it's required by the GMPs" but to see the value in those actions.
Listening to the podcast or watching the clip, you will learn:

How to establish a unified quality mission across a pharma organization

Cell Culture Dish Podcast

Brandy Sargent

Increasing speed and efficiency of biotherapeutic drug development with stable pools

In this podcast, we talked with Dr. Alison Porter, Head of Expression System Sciences, Lonza, about the use of stable pool expression to reduce drug development timelines. Highlights included the implementation of stable pools in current workflows, expected titers, and cutting-edge applications of the technology.

Naturalist Selections

Sarah McPeek

Naturalist Selections showcases graduate student and postdoc authored work in The American Naturalist, a premier peer-reviewed journal for ecology, evolution, and animal behavior research. Catch up on exciting new papers you may have missed from the journal, and meet some truly brilliant early career naturalists!

Meet the Microbiologist

Julie Wolf

Neglected Tropical Diseases and Pandemic Prevention With Peter Hotez

Peter Hotez talks about the global impact and historical context of neglected tropical diseases. He also highlights important developments in mass drug administration and vaccine research and shares why he chose to publish the third edition of Forgotten People, Forgotten Diseases during the COVID-19 pandemic. Ashley's Biggest Takeaways Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) are chronic and debilitating conditions that disproportionately impact people in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).  Many of these diseases are parasitic, such as hookworm infection, schistosomiasis and chagas disease; however, in recent years, several non-parasitic infections caused by bacteria, fungi and viruses, as well as a few conditions that are not infections, including snake bite and scabies (an ectoparasitic infestation), have been added to the original NTD framework (established in the early 2000s).  What do most NTDs have

پادکست فارسی Radio Zheen

danial anvari

رادیو ژین، پادکستیه که ما در هر اپیزودش تلاش میکنیم با نگاهی تازه تر به یکی از دغدغه های انسان بپردازیم به طوری که بتونیم شمارو مشتاق کنیم که یکم بیشتر درموردش وقت بزارید و فکر کنید. و در آخر هر اپیزود هم یه داستان کوتاه متناسب با موضوع همون اپیزود تعریف میکنیم.

Forschungsquartett – Das Podcast-Radio

Verfälscht Geschichtstourismus die Geschichte?

Ob in Kairo, Moskau oder Berlin: Im Urlaub wollen immer mehr Menschen Geschichte erleben. Der Geschichtstourismus boomt. Aber was macht der Hype mit der Geschichtsvermittlung und welche Auswirkungen hat er auf die lokale Bevölkerung?

>> Artikel zum Nachlesen:

Growing Pulse Crops

Pulse Crops Working Group

This show features the latest in research, agronomy, and economics of pulse crops (peas, chickpeas, lentils, etc.). Demand for these nutrient-dense, high-protein foods continues to grow. There is also interest from farmers to include more pulses into diverse rotations for benefits like nitrogen fixation and soil health. But the industry continues to face challenges, and we are eager to address these head on. So if you’re a pulse grower or in any way interested in these important crops, hit subscribe and stay tuned for future episodes. We’ll be back with plenty of information about challenges pulse farmers are facing throughout the U.S. and what solutions are working. Brought to you by the Pulse Crops Working Group with support from the North Central IPM Center and USDA NIFA.

EBRC In Translation


9. Building Cells and SynBio in Space w/ Kate Adamala

In this episode, we interview Dr. Kate Adamala, an assistant professor at the University of Minnesota and a leader in Build-a-Cell, an international community of scientists and policymakers working on building synthetic cells. We talk to Dr. Adamala about building cells from the ground up, life beyond planet Earth, and the definition of life.

BioTech Nation Radio Podcast

BioTech Nation

Episode 19-37 Smart Cities, Smart Doctors, Smart Security, Smart Drug Design

On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with

it’s all about data – who’s collecting it, and why, and how it can serve us, and maybe not. Lee Omar from Red Ninja talks about smart cities around the world, and the art of listening before you build. Tech Nation Health Chief Correspondent Daniel Kraft shows us we can crowdsource medical questions, while Tech Nation Regular Contributor Gary Davis reminds us that we love free stuff, and we pay for it with our data. Then Krishnan Nandabalan, the CEO of InveniAI sees continued value in the data used for drug approval after the drug is approved.

Axial Podcast

Joshua Elkington

Conversations with great founders and inventors in life sciences. Axial partners with great founders and inventors. We invest in early-stage life sciences companies such as Appia Bio and Seranova Bio often when they are no more than an idea. If you or someone you know has a great idea or company in life sciences, Axial would be excited to get to know you and possibly invest in your vision and company. We are excited to be in business with you - email us at Read our newsletter:

Podcast•Learn Biology•Megha

Megha Srivastava

LEARN BIOLOGY ~Podcast by Megha Srivastava, Easiest way to learn and understand the subject. Learn with Fun and also gain tips to be the topper in the subject of Biology. Check my another Podcast:- Listen to Motivation Website :- For your queries you can mail me at

MyNDTALK with Dr. Pamela Brewer

MyNDTALK with Dr Pamela Brewer

Daily 30 minute relationship and mental health information conversations hosted by Pamela Brewer. Monday focus is men, Tuesday focus is on transitions, Wednesday focus is on women, Thursday (Thoughtful Thursday) we hear from clinical experts, Friday (Friday : On The Psychological Side) takes an expansive look at the world at large from a psychological perspective.


Dr. Ruairi Robertson

Season 2, Ep. 6: Infection Biomes | Prof. Brett Finlay

Infectious diseases have largely been replaced by chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer in the Western world. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has shown us that humans are still at significant risk from microbial-diseases. In this episode, Dr. Ruairi Robertson speaks with Prof. Brett Finlay from University of British Columbia, one of the world’s leading experts on infectious diseases. Prof. Finlay discusses his career studying infectious microbes and how this led him to shift focus to all of the other microbes in our body. He discusses the influence of the gut microbiome on infection susceptibility, fulfilling Koch’s postulates for the gut microbiome and the influence of early life gut microbes on ‘modern plagues’ such as asthma and allergies.


Prof. Finlay is one of the scientific co-founders of Microbiome Insights along with Dr. Bill Mohn. Between them, they have published mor

From Lab to Launch by Qualio


Improving Healthcare Access for Vulnerable Populations in 2021

This past year—much like the year before—has put increasing pressure on professionals working in life sciences and healthcare. We hear the inspiring and sobering stories from those on the front lines of life sciences who are making a real difference to save lives. To celebrate the strong tailwinds behind us and the people who helped pave this road to success – notably amid an ongoing pandemic – Qualio is donating for the 2nd year in a row 1% of annual revenue. We call this initiative 1% For All Life. Every year we will continue to support organizations that ensure underserved communities receive the healthcare they need.At Qualio, we share a core belief that everyone deserves to live a long, happy and healthy life. We are continuing our work to extend this mission by supporting organizations that align with our shared values. After nearly two years in a global pandemic, we feel strongly that we must continue to s

Safety Signals

Saama Technologies

If you’re a pharmacovigilance, benefit risk management or epidemiology professional, or another stakeholder concerned about drug safety, Safety Signals is the podcast for you. You’ll hear from leading practitioners, scientists, and technologists who are working hard to make pharmaceuticals as safe and effective as possible.

【イリョラジ】 医療で未来を想像するラジオ


第38回:映画『ターミネーター: 新起動/ジェニシス』から考える、SF映画に入り込めないとき


Personal Genomics - A Podcast from the Center for Cancer Genomics

National Cancer Institute

Personal Genomics is a podcast about people—people working in genomics research and facing a variety of scientific, technological, and personal challenges. From repurposing video games, to building something new and amazing, to becoming a patient, there’s a lot that happens behind the scenes that we don’t often talk about. The Center for Cancer Genomics from the National Cancer Institute brings you personal stories from real people about the organic, messy process that is research. If you have questions about cancer or comments about this podcast, email us at or call us at 800-422-6237. And please be sure to mention the Personal Genomics podcast in your query.

Flow Stars

Bitesize Bio for Beckman Coulter, Inc.

Candid conversations with the big hitters of flow cytometry presented by Dr Peter O'Toole. Brought to you by Beckman Coulter Life Sciences and Bitesize Bio. Flow Stars is a podcast from Beckman Coulter Life Sciences and Bitesize Bio that interviews some big hitters in the flow cytometry world. Your host is Dr Peter O'Toole (University of York), an engaging and energic personality who knows how to throw a few curveballs to keep his guest on their toes. This series takes us through the highs and lows of life in flow cytometry, looking back at guests' careers and forward to the future of this technology. Whether you already have your feet firmly in the field or are just cheering from the side lines, each episode entertains, informs, and inspires in equal measure.

SLAS Technology Authors Talk Tech

Dave Pechter, M.S.M.E.

We invite you to "get behind the science" with SLAS Technology Editorial Board Member and Podcast Editor Dave Pechter, M.S.M.E. (PerkinElmer, Cambridge, MA) and hear from our featured SLAS Technology authors! This podcast series is a chance for readers to meet the people behind the journal science and hear directly from them about their work, their motivations, as well as the context and potential impact of their work. Watch for a new featured author interview with each published issue!

Recipes for Success

EpiVax, Inc.

Making therapeutics safe. Making vaccines effective.

National Pharmaceutical Congress Podcast

Skin Spectrum Weekly

Created in response to industry requests, NPC Podcast Host Peter Brenders interviews an esteemed series of guests with pertinent questions about the pharma industry.


Diana Munoz

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Ready for Anything


Medical podcast by a Emergency Medicine physician and nurse that reviews real life medical cases.

EYE on Yellow Fever

Eliminate Yellow Fever Epidemics (EYE) Strategy

Yellow fever is one of the world’s most deadly diseases. If you think it’s a disease that can only be found in tropical climates, think again. Even with a single shot vaccine, the risk of outbreaks of yellow fever is significant and growing globally. EYE on Yellow Fever is a ten-part series that takes you inside a concerted global effort to ensure that yellow fever does not become the next big global health threat. EYE on Yellow Fever is a series by the Eliminate Yellow Fever Epidemics (EYE) Strategy, which operates in 40 countries with over 50 partners, including the World Health Organization, Gavi - the Vaccine Alliance, UNICEF, the US Centre for Disease Control and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Find out more about the EYE Partnership by going to

Learn Moor Truth : Learning Moor Chronicles

Adal Dey - "A.D."

A journey with perspectives of consciousness as an Amer'ican, Al-Moroccan Moor and the heritage, history, social science, and other associated elements. Honest, earnest, truthful, at times explicit in expressive thoughts and viewpoints to share for collective interest. Proclaim YOUR nationality, know yourself. Informative | Organic | Genuine | Authentic A Noble and Majestic Man Endeavor. Reserves all rights. Support this podcast:

The EQ.IQ in Science Podcast

Experimental Designs Consulting, LLC

You are invited to listen to the first episodes, to be released on Tuesday, September 7th. New episodes will be available every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month. Experimental Designs Consulting is launching a new podcast exploring the ins-and-outs of starting a new lab. Join Nick and Damien as they share over 30 years of experience on everything there is to know about putting together a new lab, leading the development of your team, and bringing your scientific vision to reality. Whether you’re kicking off your own startup biotech company or starting as new biomedical research faculty, these two lab startup gurus have the tips and tricks to guide both you and your team towards success.

Bioprocess With The Bozenhardts

Matt Pillar, Chief Editor, BioProcess Online

Bioprocess with the Bozenhardts dives deep into biopharma facilities design trends and equipment selection with Herman and Erich Bozenhardt, two of the foremost minds in the bioprocess engineering space. Produced by Bioprocess Online and hosted by Chief Editor Matt Pillar, Bioprocess with the Bozenhardts will help biopharma leaders create and maintain safety, efficiency, and quality standards in their bioprocess operations.

Top of the NOGN

Ethan McCurdy & Carla Golden

A biweekly podcast exploring cutting-edge neuroscience, technology, and culture. Seriously, what could be better?

The Phase 3 Biotech Leadership Podcast

Alex Cooke

A podcast to share the tools, tips, tricks and routines of the best biotech executives in the industry in order to help develop the next generation of biotech leaders and expedite the launch of new therapies and transform the lives of patients' all over the world.

Science Boosters


Conversations with the movers and shakers in the life science space, the latest on the evolution of QA, and valuable tips on boosting digital optimization in your company. Scilife is an intuitive cloud-based platform where life science companies can manage all QA and non-QA-related processes in a centralized, controlled, and compliant way.


Armin und Gordon

Wir sind Gordon und Armin. Wir sind beide Fachärzte für Anästhesiologie und haben eine Leidenschaft für Kinderanästhesie, die wir gerne teilen möchten. In unserem Podcast möchten wir uns auf der einen Seite über die allgemeine und spezielle Kinderanästhesie anhand praktischer Beispiele und Fälle unterhalten. Auf der anderen Seite möchten wir Experten für Interviews gewinnen. So sollen Gespräche (Talk!) aus der Praxis für die Praxis entstehen. Viel Spaß beim Hören!

Question of the Week, from the Naked Scientists

Dr Chris Smith

How do we prevent space collisions?

This week, Matt contacted us asking "With three space missions currently converging on Mars how do the nations avoid orbital collisions? Do they share data, do they have transponders or space traffic control etc?". Katie King spoke with Chris Bridges, academic at Surrey Space Centre in the University of Surrey to find out how we keep our spacecraft from colliding.... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists

People, Parasites and Plagues

David Peterson and Liliana Salvador

People, Parasites and Plagues is a podcast aimed at delivering information about the fascinating pathogens among us from the impressive professionals who study them.Join our hosts Dr. David Peterson and Dr. Liliana Salvador, two infectious disease researchers from the University of Georgia, as we explore the past, present, and future of science.Tune in every other week for a new and enlightening episode as we unpack the details surrounding some of Earth’s most perplexing diseases.

In conversation with...

The Lancet

Jie Qiao (in Chinese) on reproductive health in China


Quick Fire Science, from the Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

Kidney Transplants

The waiting list for kidney transplants is one of the longest. Here's Phil Sansom with the QuickFire Science of kidney transplantation, including why a person would need a kidney transplant, and how the procedure is carried out... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists


Biotechnology Innovation Organization

Antimicrobial Resistance: The Silent Pandemic

We are on the precipice of a looming crisis. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is the evolution of deadly pathogens like bacteria and fungi to resist all current antimicrobial medicines. In this episode, we talk about how the dwindling supply of new antibiotics is fueling this silent pandemic, and why we need a continued pipeline of new antibiotics to avoid this crisis.Guests:Ankit Mahadevia, Spero TherapeuticsHenry  Skinner, AMR Action FundMary Dwight, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 

PSM Psicología & Salud Mental

Rod Arriola

"Aceptando tu Autoimagen"

¿Te ha pasado que no te sientes comod@ con tu cuerpo? No te preocupes, hice un Podcast donde te doy algunos consejos y te digo como dejar a un lado esas ideas y empezar con la aceptación. Gracias por escuchar, puedes seguirme en redes como @rodblau. Visita si necesitas ayuda psicológica.

Conversations in Clinical Trial Readiness

ArcheMedx Inc.

Are Virtual SIVs the Future?: Interview with Jennifer Brandl

Jennifer Brandl is the Associate Director of Clinical Operations at Kezar Life Sciences. She has 15 years of experience as a researcher and clinical operations specialist, and she is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Data Science from the University of Wisconsin.Jennifer credits her prior experience at a smaller biotech company with giving her a critical foundation in clinical conduct and study execution. At Kezar, she leverages this expertise and her passion for research to support the company’s development of pioneering therapies and to change the lives of patients.Episode HighlightsThe elements of Jennifer’s expertise that have especially helped her drive success in the trials she managesThe benefits of functional service provider outsourcing modelsHow Kezar’s patient-centric nature had the company well prepared to navigate the COVID-19 pandemicThe greatest challenges Jennifer and Kezar experienced due to



#32 Emotional intent of a PD soon-to-be a PI

CaltechのDavid Andersonラボのポスドクで、最近Johns Hopkinsの独立ポジションを確保された苅郷友美さん(@TomomiKarigo)にお越しいただき、これまでのキャリア、ビビッドなジョブハントの経験談、直近の論文の裏話などを伺いました(9/5収録)
Shote notes:

苅郷さん google scholarページ
David AndersonラボHP
2014年のLee et al.
Dayu Lin 2011年の論文
孤独になったら緑色に:Social Isolationでタキキニンが上がる、の論文 
Remedios et al.
ERC Starting Grant
Johns Hopkins のNeuroscience Department
Johns HopkinsのKennedy Krieger Institute
University of Southern California のBiology Department, Neuroscience
Pietro Perona ラボHP
DavidとのMachine Vison系論文
DavidとPietroコラボの新しいtracking & behavior classifier論文
Doris Tsao (CaltechのHP, 最近バークレーに移動)
Teaching Statement: 何を書くか、等はこちら(PDF)
Diversity Statement: 差別や不平等に対する考え方・これまでの貢献など。書き方

The Brain Made Plain

Jonathan Peelle

The Brain Made Plain features interviews with neuroscientists from all over the world about how our brains work. Topics include sensory and motor systems, learning, memory, language, music, and more. Suitable for class assignments or home listening! Hosted by card-carrying cognitive neuroscientist Dr. Jonathan Peelle.




PhenoTips Speaker Series: A Genetics Podcast


PhenoTips hosts thought leaders and experts in the field of genetics and genomics to discuss cutting-edge technologies, techniques, and emerging disciplines in genetic counseling, clinical genetics, and bioinformatics. Learn more at

Circulation on the Run

Carolyn Lam, MBBS, PhD

Circulation January 25, 2022 Issue

Please join authors Christopher Granger and Anthony Carnicelli, as well as Associate Editor & Editorialist Shinya Goto as they discuss the article "Direct Oral Anticoagulants Versus Warfarin in Patients With Atrial Fibrillation: Patient-Level Network Meta-Analyses of Randomized Clinical Trials With Interaction Testing by Age and Sex" and accompanying Editorial "Patient Level Meta-Analysis: End of the Era for DOAC Developmental Trial in AF Patients?" Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. We're your co-hosts. I'm Dr. Carolyn Nam, Associate Editor from the National Heart Center and Duke National University of Singapore. Dr. Greg Hundley: And I'm Dr. Greg Hundley, Associate Editor, Director of the Pauley Heart Center at VCU Health in Richmond, Virginia. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Greg, I'm so excited about our feature discussion today. It is a

Cows on the Planet

Dr. Tim Mcallister, Dr. Kim Stanford, Dr. Kim Ominski

Science-based information on beef, cattle, and their environmental impact. Check out our facebook page in the link below for more on our podcast!

Lab Notes

Allen Institute

Fire Inside: The quest to understand & prevent rheumatoid arthritis

In the early '80s, Linda Sloate was a 30-year old mom raising three little kids when she became one of an estimated 20 million people worldwide living with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). It has been a 40-year struggle filled with dozens of treatments and surgeries. Today there is new hope for patients as researchers have come together for a collaborative project to uncover how RA begins – and how to stop it in its tracks.

Science Lives

Peter Coward

Mark Beaman, Winemaker

In this episode, I speak with Mark Beaman, Winemaker for Sebastiani Vineyards & Winery in Sonoma, California. After growing up on a farm in rural Washington, Mark attended Whitman College, where he focused on geology because it combined his love of science, being outdoors, and being physically active. After earning a BA in geology-environmental studies, Mark spent two years in Africa as a Peace Corps Volunteer. Needing work after returning home, he took a job as lab technician at a winery in Washington, which led to other jobs in wineries in California and Hawaii. We’ll talk about all these experiences and of course find out what his job is like.

The Bio Busters


The Bio Busters: a podcast about all things science.



Naturistic is a podcast about ecology, evolution, plants and animals in a conversational format that even a casual science fan will enjoy. The most exciting and groundbreaking discoveries about life on Earth are made through scientific research. For better or worse, these findings are published in the dry, scholarly format of peer-reviewed science journals. The Naturistic podcast brings that knowledge to you in the form of an hour-long conversation between friends and perpetually curious biology enthusiasts. In each episode, biologist Nash Turley, PhD, decodes scientific studies on a specific topic of biology and discusses them with co-host and biology lightweight, Hamilton Boyce.

In conversation with...

The Lancet Neurology

Giuseppe Citerio on frailty and TBI

Giuseppe Citerio (University of Milano-Bicocca, Milan, Italy) discusses the implications of a study from the CENTER-TBI project of the effect of frailty on 6-month outcome after traumatic brain injury, which is published in the February issue of The Lancet Neurology. 



起心N维在无穷, 存在至简正弦涌, 一切呈现投影重, 零维全息万有中! 大家好!欢迎收听由《全息生命科学院》FM出品的《刘丰老师分享合辑》 播音:张婉琦 【 刘丰】简介:科学语境系统集成倡导传播者心能缘机构核心发起人国际全息生态协会首席专家北京十方缘老人心灵呵护中心顾问委员会主席畅销书《开启你的高维智慧》、《心路-从大学看人生》作者。        刘丰老师以科学语境深入有缘进入的法门和修炼体系。本着求同尊...

Pharma Market Access Insights - from Mtech Access

Mtech Access

The evolving NHS: How can Pharma and Medtech support the NHS in 2022? - NHS Insights Panel Discussion

Pharma and Medtech professionals put questions to our panel of NHS associates as we reflected on the operational, structural, and clinical challenges the NHS has faced in 2021 and how Pharma and Medtech can best support the NHS in 2022.We were joined by some of Mtech Access’s closest and most insightful friends:- David Thorne (Director, Mtech Access and Well Up North PCN) our Policy expert- Patrick McGinley (Head of Costing and Service Line Reporting, Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust) our Hospitals and Finance expert- Liz Cross (Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Attenborough Surgery, Watford) our Primary Care and Clinical expert- Ewan Maule (Interim Chief Pharmacist, North East and North Cumbria ICS) our System and Medicines expertThis podcast was originally broadcast as a live webinar on 10th December 2021.Learn more at