Lost Worlds: Life on Mars?

Mars was once a very different planet, with rivers, lakes, and — potentially — life. NASA’s latest Mars rover is on a mission to find traces of past life. What happens if it does?
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This Podcast Will Kill You

Exactly Right

Ep 97 Snake Venom: Collateral Damage

How do you feel about snakes? Intrigued or terrified? In awe or creeped out? Of course, those aren’t the only options; the sight or thought of a snake can evoke many different emotions, but chances are indifference isn’t one of them. And is it any wonder? Some snakes can produce incredibly potent venoms that can seriously harm or even kill you, a characteristic that likely helped earn them their prominent role in many cultures and religions as a creature or god to be respected, if not feared. In this episode, we take a closer look at the diverse compounds that make up these venoms by exploring how they impact our bodies in the myriad ways they do and the current tools we have to combat their effects. Then we turn to evolution, not of snakes themselves but rather the role snakes may have played in primate evolution (snake detection hypothesis, anyone?) before discussing the historical development of antivenoms. We round out t

Short Wave


Let's Get Crafty With Agar Art!

Pull out your art supplies because it's time to get crafty--with agar! At the intersection of biology and art lies a creative medium that's actually alive. Scientists and artists practice etching designs on petri dishes with bacterial paint that can grow and multiply.Aaron Scott talks with science correspondent Nell Greenfieldboyce about her foray into the agar art world.Have another craft suggestion? Email the show at shortwave@npr.org.

Stuff To Blow Your Mind


Weirdhouse Cinema: Battle Beyond the Stars

It’s time to venture into the world of “Star Wars” knock-offs once more, this time with 1980’s “Battle Beyond the Stars!” Join Rob and Joe as they revel in this wonky space opera featuring a number of b-movie mainstays and future stars.

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Speaking of Psychology

American Psychological Association

Why can some people speak dozens of languages? with Ev Fedorenko, PhD

For those of us who speak only one language, the idea of learning twenty or thirty sounds impossible. But there are “hyperpolyglots” who have managed this remarkable feat. Evelina Fedorenko, PhD, of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, discusses what sets polyglots apart and what scientists might learn from studying them. She also discusses how language is processed in the brain, why it’s so much easier for kids to learn languages than adults, the relationship between language and thought and how we can think without language, and more. Links Ev Fedorenko, PhD Speaking of Psychology Home Page Sponsor Newport Health

The Joy of Why

Steven Strogatz and Quanta Magazine

Why Is Inflammation a Dangerous Necessity?

The immune system protects us from a full spectrum of pathogens, but without balance, it can end up hurting us over time, too. The immunologist Shruti Naik explains how our defenses can turn on us. The post Why Is Inflammation a Dangerous Necessity? first appeared on Quanta Magazine

All In The Mind

ABC Radio

Does guilt have a silver lining?

Guilt and shame are often used interchangeably, but researchers in emotion and psychology say they are distinct – and often motivate people into very different paths of behaviour.

For the feeling of guilt, at least, that might even push you into making unexpected positive changes.

The Brain Health Revolution Podcast

Sherzai M.D.

A Revolutionary and Empowering Approach to Preventive Medicine

This conversation between Dean and Ayesha is about the essence of changing habits. How do we empower communities to succeed in preventing diseases and living a healthy and empowered life?  Often, blunt ideas and useless terms, such "motivation" and "moderation" are thrown at individuals. But real, lifelong change is a lifestyle, which requires planning, and an understanding of one's strengths and limitation.  We invite you to check out The NEURO Academy, an incredible community of individuals on a journey together towards better brain health and ultimately, prevention of brain diseases. We offer a thriving platform for evidence-based articles, blogs, weakly live sessions of Q&A and cooking sessions with Ayesha, and on-demand courses that are included within the community. These courses are on brain-health related topics such as: - Comprehensive NEURO Plan with CME and CE certificates - Better

Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

Ginger Campbell, MD

BS 195 Neuroscience of Emotion with David Anderson

This month's episode is an interview with David J Anderson from Cal Tech. We talk about his new book The Nature of the Beast: How Emotions Guide US. We talk about how emotion CAN be studied in animals by using methods that focus on brain states rather than verbal descriptions. Dr. Anderson also explains why this experimental work is essential to developing more effective treatment of mental illnesses. This episode is a follow up to my discussion of The Neuroscience of Emotion: A New Synthesis by Ralph Adolphs and David J. Anderson in BS 151 (2018) Links and References: The Nature of the Beast: How Emotions Guide US by David J Anderson David Anderson,PhD. , California Institute of Technology Please visit http://brainsciencepodcast.com for additional references and episode transcripts.   Please Visit Our Sponsors: The Minor Consult podcast at theminorconsult.com TextExpander at textexpander.com/brain-science Announcements

Psychedelics Today

Psychedelics Today

PT328 – Courtney Watson, LMFT – Ancestral Veneration and Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy For (and By) QTBIPOC

In this episode, Joe interviews Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Founder of Access To Doorways, Courtney Watson. Watson talks about ancestral practices, Diasporic religions, & trauma healing for QTBIPOC communities. www.psychedelicstoday.com


Boston Children's

Breakthrough is a podcast about the science revolutionizing the future of pediatrics and what that means for children and their families. With rapidly advancing technology and discoveries, the healthcare industry is at the precipice of dramatic change. Boston Children’s is at the forefront of these advancements, changing the trajectory of some of the most prevalent and difficult diseases we face as humans.

Collective Insights

Neurohacker Collective

Gut-Brain Connection - Dr. Emmanuel Hanon - Cognition

We have a Collective Insights first for you! Today Naveen Jain, Founder of Viome, debuts as our guest host, along with fellow colleague Dr. Hanon, taking us on a thrilling discussion of how gut microbiome research is leading the future of disease prevention and longevity.


Santa Fe Institute, Michael Garfield

Dmitri Tymoczko on The Shape of Music: Mathematical Order in Western Tonality

Math and music share their mystery and magic. Three notes, played together, make a chord whose properties could not be predicted from those of the separate notes. In the West, music theory and mathematics have common origins and a rich history of shaping and informing one another’s field of inquiry. And, curiously, Western composition has evolved over several hundred years in much the same way economies and agents in long-running simulations have: becoming measurably more complex; encoding more and more environmental structure. (But then, sometimes collapses happen, and everything gets simpler.) Music theorists, like the alchemists that came before them, are engaged in a centuries-long project of deciphering the invisible geometry of these relationships. What is the hidden grammar that connects The Beatles to Johann Sebastian Bach — and how similar is it to the hidden order disclosed by complex sys

Frankly Speaking About Family Medicine


Cardiovascular Disease and Exercise - Frankly Speaking Ep 271

Credits: 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
CME/CE Information and Claim Credit: https://www.pri-med.com/online-education/podcast/frankly-speaking-cme-271
Overview: Given the prevalence of cardiovascular disease (CVD) in the United States, it is key for primary care providers to counsel patients on the importance of exercise for CVD prevention. This brief podcast explores data that will help clinicians understand the need to prescribe exercise and rehabilitation in the primary care setting. You’ll walk away with clear guidance to offer patients and ultimately improve outcomes in CVD as well as multiple chronic diseases.
Episode resource links:

Naci, H., & Ioannidis, J. P. (2015). Comparative effectiveness of exercise and drug interventions on mortality outcomes: metaepidemiological study. British journal of sports medicine, 49(21), 1414–1422. https://doi.org/10.1136/bjsports-2015-f557

Intelligent Design the Future

Discovery Institute

Hank Hanegraaff Interviews Animal Algorithms Author Eric Cassell, Pt. 1

On this ID the Future radio host Hank Hanegraaff interviews Animal Algorithms author Eric Cassell about insects and other small-brained animals with innate behaviors of astonishing sophistication—desert ants, leafcutter ants, honey bees, spiders, monarch butterflies, and many more. These appear to be hard-wired from birth with complex algorithms coded into their neural networks, and some of the algorithms seem to involve complex mathematics. Also mysterious: many of these innate abilities are do or die. So how could they have blindly evolved one small Darwinian step at a time? Also, how would genetic mutations generate the ability to make navigational calculations (as in the case of some birds) that for humans require spherical geometry? Listen in to learn more about this Read More ›


Vincent Racaniello

Immune 55: Cells that suck at their job

Immune reveals a CD8+ regulatory subset of T cell subset that suppress pathogenic T cells and are active in autoimmune diseases and infectious diseases including COVID-19. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Cynthia Leifer, Steph Langel, and Brianne Barker Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts. RSS, email Become a patron of Immune! Links for this episode KIR+CD8+ regulatory T cells (Science) Time stamps by Jolene. Thanks! Music by Steve Neal. Immune logo image by Blausen Medical Send your immunology questions and comments to immune@microbe.tv

The Naked Scientists Podcast

The Naked Scientists

Storing Energy: Watt does the Future Hold?

This week, should your house have a battery, the abandoned gold mine that's now pumping out power, and will your fridge talk to the grid in future to better manage your energy consumption? Continuing our theme of alternative energy, we turn to the questions of energy distribution and storage. Plus, why tyres may be worse for your health than exhaust emissions, will the 4-day working week work, samples from an early asteroid, and where chickens came from... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists

This Week in Virology

Vincent Racaniello

TWiV 909: Art of science

From ASM Microbe 2022 in Washington DC, Vincent and Michael speak with science artists Michele Banks and Jane Hartman about their work and their inspiration. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello and Michael Schmidt Guests: Michele Banks and Jane Hartman Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode Trilobite Glassworks (Jane Hartman) Artologica (Michele Banks) Science art with Michele Banks (TWiV 352) Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your virology questions and comments to twiv@microbe.tv

This Week in Microbiology

Vincent Racaniello

262: Spot on With T4SS Modulators

TWiM welcomes new host Petra, and explains how a small protein helps ensure that E. coli utilizes a preferred carbon source, and a screening strategy to identify inhibitors of the type IV secretion system that is essential for virulence of a variety of bacterial pathogens. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Michael Schmidt, Michele Swanson, and Petra Levin Subscribe to TWiM (free) on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Android, RSS, or by email. Become a Patron of TWiM! Links for this episode: A small protein regulates carbon utilization (PNAS) Inhibitors of type IV secretion systems (mBio) Letters read on TWiM 262 Music used on TWiM is composed and performed by Ronald Jenkees and used with permission. Send your microbiology questions and comments to twim@microbe.tv

Beat Your Genes Podcast


284: Dropout daughter, Autism, Social connections, Rethinking 10 paid dates?

In today's show, the drs discuss

1. I am worried about my daughter. She graduated with a perfect gpa while also modeling. After her degree, she moved to pursue modelling but she soon developed an eating disorder and quit.  Subsequently, she attended medical school but dropped out due to an illness caused by stress. She moved back home but she doesn’t want to work or go back to school. In fact, she barely leaves the house. Whenever I try to talk to her about it, she starts crying and we never get anywhere. I hate to see her waste her life like this. Please help, I don’t know what to do to help.

2. Any thoughts on autism or Asperger’s, particularly in women? I am a 35 year-old woman who has struggled in life in very specific ways. I’m trying to figure out if my issues are related to being on the spectrum or if they are simply a result of the combination of my big 5.

This Is Your Brain With Dr. Phil Stieg

Weill Cornell Medicine Brain and Spine Center

Searching for the "God Spot"

Whether you're a believer or not, God is taking up space in your head — the prefrontal cortex, to be exact. Jordan Grafman, PhD, of Northwestern University has been studying where religious belief systems are stored in the brain and how they overlap with moral, political, and social systems. This fascinating episode explores near-death experiences, how brain injury can influence belief, and how religion has been used to enforce cultural and social rules. Plus — the disappearing boundary between religion and politics in America.   To read the transcript: https://thisisyourbrainpodcast.com/category/podcast-season-3/ For more information about Dr. Grafman: https://www.feinberg.northwestern.edu/faculty-profiles/az/profile.html?xid=26439

Big Biology

Art Woods and Marty Martin

The rise of the mammals and fall of the dinosaurs (Ep 85)

What makes a mammal a mammal? How did mammals survive the KT event when dinosaurs mostly went extinct? And why did mammals become so dominant?
When we think of the Cretaceous, or the Jurassic, we immediately think of dinosaurs. But mammals were there too! Although they weren’t the mammals you would recognize today. So what is it that makes a mammal a mammal?
On this episode of Big Biology, we talk with Steve Brusatte, professor of Paleontology and Evolution at the University of Edinburgh. Steve is the author of a new book: The Rise and Reign of the Mammals, which charts the evolution of our own mammalian ancestors, from those living in the time of the dinosaurs, through mass extinctions, to the diversity of mammals that dominate Earth today. We also talk to Steve about some of the remarkable people behind the discoveries that comprise what we know today.
In the last half of the show, we talk about Steve

Genetics Unzipped

The Genetics Society

From Mendel's peas to personal genome sequencing, Genetics Unzipped brings you stories from the world of genes, genomes and DNA. In association with The Genetics Society.

The Upper Hand: Chuck & Chris Talk Hand Surgery

Chuck and Chris

Listener Mailbag w Discussion on Surgical Coding

Season 3, Episode 13.  Chuck and Chris review several listener questions and comments and then discuss coding.  We discuss our views on coding, review some cases and incorportate our clinical practice, academia vs private practice and refer to two different manuscripts. Coding Practices in Hand Surgery and Their Relationship to Surgeon Compensation StructureRyan M. Coyle, MD, , Amr M. Tawfik, BA,  Anna Green, MD,  Brian M. Katt, MD, y Steven Z. Glickel, MD    Journal of Hand Surgery Global Online 3 (2021) 161e166Use of a pedicled adipose flap as a sling for anterior subcutaneous transposition of the ulnar nerve.  Danoff JR, Lombardi JM, Rosenwasser MP.  J Hand Surg Am. 2014 Mar;39(3):552-5. We plan a newsletter launch soon.  Subscribe here:  https://wustl.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=c6fe13919f69cbe248767c4e8&id=10e0c1dd85 Survey Link:Help Chuck and Chris understand better what you like and what we can improve.  And be

The Brain Architects

Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University

Building Resilience Through Play

Additional Resources

These days, resilience is needed more than ever, and one simple, underrecognized way of supporting healthy and resilient child development is as old as humanity itself: play. Far from frivolous, play contributes to sturdy brain architecture, the foundations of lifelong health, and the building blocks of resilience, yet its importance is often overlooked. In this podcast, Dr. Jack Shonkoff explains the role of play in supporting resilience and five experts share their ideas and personal stories about applying the science of play in homes, communities, and crisis environments around the world.


Andres Bustamante, Assistant Professor, University of California Irvine School of Education

Laura Huerta Migus, Deputy Director, Office of Museum Services at Institute for Museum and Library Services

Cell & Gene: The Podcast

Erin Harris

Pivoting to Allogeneic CAR-T Therapies with Celyad Oncology’s CMO, Dr. Charlie Morris

Celyad Oncology’s CMO, Dr. Charlie Morris, shares the benefits and challenges of the allogeneic approach versus the autologous approach and why a non-gene edited shRNA approach may result in better efficacy and safety for CAR-T therapies.

Between the Biotech Waves

Nessan Bermingham PhD

Between the Biotech Waves—discussing recent developments and market dynamics impacting the biotech sector.

Talking Biotech with Dr. Kevin Folta


New Drugs that Repair Broken Genes

Many diseases do not have cures, yet from deleterious mutations in the genome. Many of these are rare disorders that do not benefit from extensive research or drug development. Current therapies mask symptoms more than solve the basis of the disorder. Dietrich Stephan of NewBase describes a novel custom drug design platform that shows amazing potential in animal models. A small oligonucelotide with a specific backbone can bind to its complementary sequence in DNA or RNA, derailing RNA polymerase, or dissociating other regulatory proteins.  The design is highly specific and shows great promise against a myriad of disorders, including Myotonic Dystrophy, Huntington's Disease, and various cancers. This episode features a deep dive into molecular biology, so please do not hesitate to ask questions, it is interesting technology. 

The Horse First: A Veterinary Sport Horse Podcast

Audrey DeClue, DVM

Episode 47: Guest Appearance on The Humble Hoof Podcast (Shivers-Stringhalt)

This episode is a guest appearance by Dr. Audrey DeClue on The Humble Hoof podcast with host Alicia Harlov.  They discuss the research and developments that Dr. DeClue has discovered in her journey of putting the horse first when tackling Shivers and Stringhalt. 

DNA Today: A Genetics Podcast

Kira Dineen

#179 Genetic Testing with Kira Dineen

This week we’re bringing you a special episode of DNA Today! Our host, Kira Dineen, was recently a guest on The Science of Everything Podcast, discussing genetic testing with host, James Fodor. Kira thoroughly enjoyed her experience being a guest on this podcast, so we’ve decided to also release the episode on the DNA Today podcast feed! To give you a teaser… we covered a range of genetic testing topics from the process and science behind the testing, types of conditions that can be tested for, and the difference between genotyping and sequencing. We even discussed direct-to-consumer genetic testing like 23andMe and ancestry including the potential (and current) uses for criminal justice. We speculated about social implications of the testing along with other futures that may be in store for genetic testing. On This Episode We Discuss:The process and science behind genetic testingTypes of conditions that can be tested forThe di

Hello PhD

Joshua Hall and Daniel Arneman, PhDz

172. Research Software Engineer

If you work in a lab, you’re collecting data. And as the volume of data increases, many researchers find they can’t process or analyze that data in a spreadsheet or stats program anymore. Instead, they’re writing code in Python, R, or C++ to do that processing for them. But this creates a new challenge: what […]
The post 172. Research Software Engineer appeared first on Hello PhD.

پادکست آذرخش مکری - azarakhsh mokri


پادکست های دکتر آذرخش مکری این پادکست غیر رسمی بوده و تنها برای دسترسی راحت تر خودمون ایجاد شده آذرخش مکری - azarakhsh mokri

BioTech IQ

Ammon Rivera

#44 Addressing One Of The World’s Biggest Drivers Of Disease: Inflammation With Jim Woody, M.D., Ph.D. - CEO 180 Life Sciences

TNF is a protein that contributes to inflammation. Anti-TNFs can be used to stabilize this and stop the inflammation. It's used for diseases like arthritis and psoriasis. Discover how clinical trials are done so these medicines and anti-TNFs can be utilized. Join Ammon Rivera as he talks to M.D., Ph.D. and CEO of 180 Life Sciences, Jim Woody about anti-TNFs and the trial process behind them. Jim's goal is to address one of the biggest drivers of disease – inflammation. Learn more about Jim's career as a venture capitalist. Find out why trials need to be uniform and randomized. And, discover what it takes to run a biotech company today.

Epigenetics Podcast

Active Motif

Epigenetic Clocks and Biomarkers of Ageing (Morgan Levine)

 In this episode of the Epigenetics Podcast, we caught up with Morgan Levine from Altos lab to talk about her work on Epigenetic Clocks and Biomarkers of Ageing.
The Levine Lab focuses on deciphering mechanisms that lead to epigenetic ageing, which can be measured by epigenetic clocks. Epigenetic clocks were first described in 2011 by Bocklandt et al.. Later-on, the Horvath and the Hannum clock were described by using a combination of CpGs to calculate biological/epigenetic age in contrast to chronological age.
The Levine Lab themselves worked on generating an advanced version of an Epigenetic clock, called "DNAm PhenoAge" that will now be used, and not only in human samples. The team now moves to mouse models and to cells in a dish and using those models to investigate the mechanisms behind epigenetic aging.

Liu, Z., Leung, D., Thrush, K., Zhao, W., Ratliff, S.,

The OTA Podcast

OTA Podcast Committee

Current OTA President Dr. Michael Archdeacon’s Career Pathway to Ortho Trauma, Research, and Leadership within the Orthopaedic Trauma Association

Listen in as Dr. Arun Aneja has an engaging conversation with current OTA President Dr. Michael Archdeacon: they talk through life experiences, personal focus areas, and career choices that led to leadership within the OTA organization. For additional educational resources visit https://ota.org/  Looking for CME?  OTA Podcast CME only on the ConveyMED Podcast App: Apple Store click here  Google Play click here  

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 Future.com. But in this conversation, Patrick and Alex discuss — with a16z bio general partner Jorge Conde — what is different about this moment in bio. 





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OHBM Neurosalience


S2 EP20: Turning the microphone around on Peter Bandettini

Over the thirty-nine episodes of this podcast, Peter Bandettini, PhD (twitter: @fmri_today), has guided interesting conversations with brain scientists of all types about the latest developments, controversies, findings, and challenges in the field of brain mapping. Of course, Dr. Bandettini is an impressive and fascinating scientist in his own right, so we on the Neurosalience production team thought it was time to turn things around and shine the spotlight on Peter.
About our "guest": Dr. Bandettini is Chief of the Section on Functional Imaging Methods at the National Institute of Mental Health, as well as Director of the Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Core Facility and Director of the Center for Multimodal Neuroimaging. Peter received a bachelor’s degree in Physics from Marquette University and his Ph.D. from the Medical College of Wisconsin, followed by postdoctoral training at the Mass

What Could Possibly Go Right?

Vicki Robin

#66 Tami Simon: Transforming Institutions to Reflect Our Values

Tami Simon hosts the popular Sounds True podcast, Insights at the Edge, which has been downloaded more than 20 million times. With its guiding principle “to disseminate spiritual wisdom”, Sounds True has grown into a multimedia publisher that has produced over 6,000 titles, has been included twice in the Inc. 500 list of the fastest-growing companies, and is North America’s leading publisher of spoken-word spiritual teachings. She is also the founder of the Sounds True Foundation, which is dedicated to bringing spiritual education to people who would otherwise not have access. She addresses the question of “What Could Possibly Go Right?” with thoughts including:The power in our reservoirs of energy and health, “the potency and glory of the very right, present moment”The translation of worry and grief into “constructive action, or letting go”That we should lean into what we're each inspired by and called to

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: http://razib.substack.com/

Aliens, Ghosts and Bigfoot Stories 2022

UFO Abduction and UFO Encounter Stories

What's A Scary Science Fact That The Public Knows Nothing About?

What's A Scary Science Fact That The Public Knows Nothing About?



Neville Sanjana Discusses Ways to Enhance CRISPR-Cas13 Knockdown in Human Cells

In this collaboration episode with NEB, we interview Dr. Neville Sanjana, a core faculty member at the New York Genome Center, about his recent publication in which chemically modified guide RNAs were used to enhance CRISPR-Cas13 knockdown in human cells.

Pri-Med Podcasts


Cardiovascular Disease and Exercise - Frankly Speaking Ep 271

Credits: 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
CME/CE Information and Claim Credit: https://www.pri-med.com/online-education/podcast/frankly-speaking-cme-271
Overview: Given the prevalence of cardiovascular disease (CVD) in the United States, it is key for primary care providers to counsel patients on the importance of exercise for CVD prevention. This brief podcast explores data that will help clinicians understand the need to prescribe exercise and rehabilitation in the primary care setting. You’ll walk away with clear guidance to offer patients and ultimately improve outcomes in CVD as well as multiple chronic diseases.
Episode resource links:

Naci, H., & Ioannidis, J. P. (2015). Comparative effectiveness of exercise and drug interventions on mortality outcomes: metaepidemiological study. British journal of sports medicine, 49(21), 1414–1422. https://doi.org/10.1136/bjsports-2015-f557


شهریار شهیر برزگر

هوپوکست 52: امواج محیطی در دستگاه آفرینش

امواج محیطی در دستگاه آفرینش / نویسنده:شهریارشهیربرزگر/گوینده:حسین رنجبرتوکلی

Anatomy On The Go

Seth Jump

Episode 54: Speaking the Lingo Part 1

Subjects you learn, sports you like, hobbies you enjoy — each of them has its own vocabulary, glossary of terms, lingo, if you will. Anatomy is no different. It has its own set of terms to describe structures in relation to each other, where they are located more generally, and even how they move. If you really master these terms, you can accelerate your ability to hardwire all this anatomy knowledge in your brain.To get all 54 episodes of the podcast, go to the following: https://anatomyonthego.supercast.comSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/anatomy-on-the-go/donations

Risky or Not?

Don Schaffner and Ben Chapman

319. Five Hour Sun Pasta

Dr. Don and Professor Ben talk about the risk of eating sun pasta incubated for five hours. Dr. Don - not risky ?? Professor Ben - not risky ?? brunchwithbabs on Instagram: SUN ☀️ PASTA SAUCE ? you’ll never make pasta in the summer the same again. Making this poolside at my daughters home! A family favorite ☀️… Veronica (@squirrelchomp) / Twitter What’s all the fuss about San Marzano Tomatoes?? Aren’t they just another Tomato? Can you tell me a bit about em please.

Pharma Launch Secrets


Welcome to Pharma Launch Secrets, a podcast by Evermed. We host honest, direct, actionable conversations with world-leading pharma launch experts that will help you stay up to date with trends and strategies to help you launch your product successfully.

Clinical neurology with KD

Krishnadas N C

Blood supply of the brain and arterial localisation of stroke.

In this episode, we will learn the brain's blood supply and various symptoms produced by the occlusion of an individual artery or its branches. We will use that knowledge to localise the artery involved in a stroke patient from the clinical symptomatology. For notes and images of the episode, visit Neurology Teaching Club. Say hello to us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Tumblr. For live classes, follow us on Clubhouse.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/krishnadasnc)


Biotechnology Innovation Organization

Science Helped Save the World from COVID. What will Vaccine Technology do Next?

2021 was the unofficial year of mRNA—and deservedly so. But the science behind the technology is not always easy to understand. In this episode, we will dive into the miracle technology that saved countless lives and talk about what it holds for the future. We also speak to a biotech company about its non-mRNA vaccine technology for COVID and why the healthcare ecosystem will always need multiple options.

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


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 →

Tiny Matters

The American Chemical Society

Bonus! Q&A with hosts Deboki and Sam

Bonus, bonus! This week on Tiny Matters, get ready to learn a bit about hosts Sam and Deboki. Who are they? Why do they love talking about science so much? Who are their science writing idols? Are they self-conscious about what their voices sound like? Answers to those need-to-know/certainly do-not-need-to-know questions are coming your way! 

Living Mirrors with Dr. James Cooke

Dr. James Cooke

Psychological attractors & the future of humanity | Living Mirrors #82

On today's episode I share some thoughts on psychological attractors and their significance for the future of human society. Credits: Animations by Janko Pješivac https://vimeo.com/user22957416

Looking at Lyme

Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation

Looking at Lyme is an educational podcast created by the Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation, designed to increase awareness and empower listeners with expert knowledge. Join host Sarah Cormode as she explores various perspectives about Lyme disease and its impact on human health. Throughout the series, we will learn alongside doctors, entomologists, geneticists, community leaders and other experts. Come learn how to stay safe in the outdoors!

Cellfie Life

Nikaela Aitken - MCAT review

Eukaryotes – Pick your Poison

Let's talk about the plasma membrane, the components of the cytoskeleton, the organelles, and introduce the different types of membrane transportation. We will review membrane fluidity, fluid mosaic model, and cell theory.

Science in 5

WHO - World Health Organization


What are the symptoms of Monkeypox? Who is at risk and how can we protect ourselves? Why is WHO concerned about it? WHO’s Dr Rosamund Lewis explains in Science in 5. 

American Journal of Infection Control: Science Into Practice

Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC)

#7 Using Technology for More Efficient Data Collection and Considering Improved Patient Care in Isolation

Listen as we speak with our guests about how technology can impact the daily work of infection preventionists, specifically using the electronic medical record (EMR) to better predict possible outbreaks, respond to them more quickly, and to better differentiate between community and hospital onset infections. Further, we'll discuss possible methods of improving patient outcomes while in isolation, the lack of quality evidence for effective interventions, and the need for future research in this area.

The Deep-Sea Podcast


021 – Collaborative data repositories and AI with Kakani Katija

We have often talked about how difficult it is the get data from the deep sea… but would you believe that the bottleneck to our understanding of the deep ocean, at least as far as visual data, is processing those images? Turning a picture of the deep sea into a list of species, habitat type, sediment type etc. is a time-consuming process that requires a wide range of skilled people.

Due to time/funding constrains a lot of valuable information is lost. A team looking at a specific question will have lots of information in their data that other teams could use.

A picture is worth a thousand data points.

We chat with Dr Kakani Katija, the co-founder of FathomNet, an open-source repository for labelled deep-sea imaging data. The platform is still in beta but it is hoped that it will allow scientists to easily and usefully share their amassed data in a single and easily searchable pla

Goat Talk with the Goat Doc

Cara Shepard

Breeding Season Thoughts 2021

Talking a little pause from calcium to talk about the fall breeding season. The leaves are turning in Maine and in a strange turn of events, I finished my 2021 breeding plan several weeks before it's actually needed!!! #signsoftheapocalypse. This episode is just my thoughts about how I approached a breeding plan for about 45 does for the 2022 milking season- things I think about, what options I use for bucks and why, how we are planning our timing for breeding and kidding for the next round. Questions, comments, thoughts about how you approach your breeding plan? Shoot me an email at goatdoccara@gmail.com, find the website at www.goatdoc.com, follow on instagram @goat_docLoving the podcast? You can support the podcast through the acast supporter feature here: https://supporter.acast.com/goatdocSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/goatdoc. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

This Week in Neuroscience

Vincent Racaniello

TWiN 30: Gut to brain spread of alpha-synuclein in Parkinson's disease

TWiN describes experiments demonstrating that gut injection of alpha-synuclein fibrils in mice converts endogenous alpha-synuclein to a pathologic form that spreads to the brain and leads to features of Parkinson’s disease. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Ori Lieberman, Jason Shepherd, Timothy Cheung, and Vivianne Morrison Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Links for this episode Gut-brain alpha-synuclein transport in PD (Neuron) Gut has a mind of its own (Colbert Report) Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your neuroscience questions and comments to twin@microbe.tv

Translating Aging

BioAge Labs

Building Community in the Longevity Biotech Space (Nathan Cheng)

On today’s episode of Translating Aging, Chris welcomes Nathan Cheng, the program director at On Deck Longevity Biotech (ODLB), to discuss how ODLB is cultivating new founders and connecting people in the longevity biotech space. Nathan writes about the longevity biotech industry in his Longevity Marketcap Newsletter, is the founder of Longevity List which aims to connect job seekers, companies and investors in the longevity industry, and is on a self-professed mission to end biological aging, Today, he tells us about the purpose of ODLB, its achievements thus far, and the bridge it hopes to build in the longevity biotech industry.
Nathan begins the conversation by discussing what On Deck is and why the company was formed. He briefly narrates his journey in tech, what increased his interest in the longevity space, and the mission of the ODLB, as well as how the fellowship works towards creating founders. H

The PathPod Podcast


Beyond the Scope: Thoracic Pathology and Powerlifting with Dr. Jennifer Sauter

In this segment, Beyond the Scope, we speak to pathologists about their pursuits and interests in and outside of pathology.
On this episode, host Dr. Sara Jiang (@Sara_Jiang) speaks with Dr. Jennifer Sauter (@JL_Sauter). Dr. Sauter is an Assistant Attending Pathologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York with expertise in thoracic pathology and cytopathology. 
How does a new WHO book come together? What's new in thoracic pathology? How does a pathologist get to be a national record holder in powerlifting? Hear about all these questions and more!
Cover powerlifting photo credits:
@watts.squats and @usapowerlifting on IG

Featured public domain music: US Army Blues, BugaBlue

Y Life Science

Bean Life Science Museum

This podcast highlights research and science projects happening in the College of Life Sciences at Brigham Young University. We will also cover life science and conservation efforts happening in the community.


Nature Biotechnology

CRISPR Screening Roundtable: Stegmaier and Doench

Kimberly Stegmaier and John Doench speak with senior editor Markus Elsner about the history and latest developments in the field of CRISPR screening.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Neuro Current: An SfN Journals Podcast

Society for Neuroscience

#2 Fallacies in Neuroscience

"The question before us then is what can be done to reduce the burden that these fallacies place on the field; what is our path forward?" — Karl Herrup, Fallacies in Neuroscience: The Alzheimer's Edition. "A fallacious argument is one that seems to be valid but is not so. Why are fallacies so commonplace in scientific papers, and why can we not detect them when we read them?" — Christophe Bernard, On Fallacies in Neuroscience. In this episode, Karl Herrup and Christophe Bernard explore how logical fallacies and unseen bias limit scientific advancement in their fields of Alzheimer's disease and epilepsy. Read more papers in eNeuro’s ongoing series on Experimental Bias. On Neuro Current, we delve into the stories and conversations surrounding research published in the journals of the Society for Neuroscience. Through its publications, JNeurosci, eNeuro, and the History of Neuroscience in Autobiography, SfN promotes discussio

Cows on the Planet

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

How much water does it take to make a burger?

CitationsBoulay, A.-M., Bare, J., Benini, L., Berger, M., Lathuillière, M. J., Manzardo, A., Margni, M., Motoshita, M., Núñez, M., Pastor, A. V., Ridoutt, B., Oki, T., Worbe, S., & Pfister, S. (2018). The WULCA consensus characterization model for water scarcity footprints: Assessing impacts of water consumption based on available water remaining (AWARE). The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 23(2), 368–378. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11367-017-1333-8Boulay, A.-M., Drastig, K., Amanullah, Chapagain, A., Charlon, V., Civit, B., DeCamillis, C., De Souza, M., Hess, T., Hoekstra, A. Y., Ibidhi, R., Lathuillière, M. J., Manzardo, A., McAllister, T., Morales, R. A., Motoshita, M., Palhares, J. C. P., Pirlo, G., Ridoutt, B., … Pfister, S. (2021). Building consensus on water use assessment of livestock production systems and supply chains: Outcome and recommendations from the FAO LEAP Partnership. Ecological Indicators, 124,

Spectrum Autism Research


Data irregularities surface for study of microRNAs in autism

The study, which investigated a microRNA’s links to autism, appears to contain duplicated and fabricated data, according to research integrity analysts. Those issues reflect a larger problem in the literature. The post Data irregularities surface for study of microRNAs in autism appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News.

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

Real Science Exchange

Balchem Animal Nutrition & Health

Why Heifer Maturity Matters

Guests: Dr. Gavin Staley, Diamond V and Dr. Al Kertz, ANDHIL LLCCo-host: Dr. Glen Aines, BalchemToday’s episode is focused on one of our most important resources: calves. Calves set the trajectory of our herd and represent our future productivity and profitability. In this Real Science Exchange episode, we will show how appropriate investment in young stock will pay off big in later years. Dr. Staley noticed in data there is a correlation between 10-week milk and the average annual herd of the whole dairy. (12:25)Dr. Kertz spoke on the importance of height in addition to the weight of a calf. Height is the best indicator of the frame that weight will be deposited on and there are some consequences to heifers and cows with too much weight. (20:10)Dr. Staley said it is worth the time to measure your dairy animals, somewhere in mid-lactation, to establish the genetic makeup and the genetic body condition score to know what you are aiming for. (31:46)

Hopkins Biotech Podcast

Hopkins Biotech Podcast

Rachel Soloff and Andrew McKnight: Pioneering Monoclonal Antibody Discovery and Development

Our episode features two leaders at the global specialty pharmaceutical company Kyowa Kirin. Kyowa Kirin has a particular focus on the discovery and development of novel, first-in-class medicines that have a profound impact on patients in multiple therapeutic areas. Rachel Soloff is an executive director of research with expertise in immunology and the discovery of novel monoclonal antibodies and small molecule therapeutic compounds for autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. She oversees the KK US-Research activities, which are focused on target discovery and validation, and leads candidate discovery for multiple innovative pipeline projects. Andrew McKnight currently holds the position of president and CSO at Kyowa Kirin Pharmaceutical Research. He is responsible for early-stage drug discovery within Kyowa Kirin’s Immunology & Allergy division. In this episode, we discuss the vari

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

Ask the Naked Scientists

Dr Chris Smith

How are some children geniuses?

Can trees produce more than 1 type of fruit? Why do some flowers only have a scent at night? What makes fruit taste sweet? How does the Google search engine work? How do motorcycle tyres grip the road? How are some children geniuses? What is myasthenia gravis? What's the difference between a sickness, a disease, an illness, an affliction, a malaise and a disorder? How does reverse swing work on a cricket ball? And how do tides work? Dr Chris Smith and Lester Kiewit have the answers... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists

Dr Paddy Barrett Podcast

Dr Paddy Barrett - Paddy Barrett interviews Dr Eric Topol, Prof Barry Schwa

Dr Paddy Barrett - Relaunching The Podcast

Welcome back everyone! After much deliberation I have decided to relaunch the podcast. I had originally intended to do so about 18 months ago but found that I did not want to limit the conversation to clinician burnout alone. The podcast is now called the 'Dr Paddy Barrett Podcast' and will be an exploration of topics much closer to home from a professional perspective as a preventive cardiologist. For me, health is about optimizing 3 parts. Lifespan, health span and soul span. The length of your life. The Quality of your life. Your sense of meaning and purpose. The first two are largely where I have spent my professional scientific life and the later, soul span, is much more aligned with what I learned during my explorations of clinician burnout and relates more to psychology, philosophy etc. This is just a quick 5 minute explainer. I hope to release new episodes in the coming months. Paddy Barrett

In conversation with...

The Lancet Global Health

Kara Hanson on financing primary health care

Zoë Mullan talks to lead author Kara Hanson about the main findings and recommendations of the Commission on financing primary health care.Read the full Commission:The Lancet Global Health Commission on financing primary health care: putting people at the centre

The Language Neuroscience Podcast

Stephen M. Wilson

Anatomy and neuropathology of progressive speech and language disorders, with Keith Josephs

In this episode, I talk with Keith Josephs, Professor of Neurology at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, about his work on the anatomy and neuropathology of progressive speech and language disorders.Josephs KA, Duffy JR, Strand EA, Whitwell JL, Layton KF, Parisi JE, et al. Clinicopathological and imaging correlates of progressive aphasia and apraxia of speech. Brain 2006; 129: 1385-98. [doi]Josephs KA, Hodges JR, Snowden JS, Mackenzie IR, Neumann M, Mann DM, et al. Neuropathological background of phenotypical variability in frontotemporal dementia. Acta Neuropathol 2011; 122: 137-53. [doi]Josephs KA, Duffy JR, Strand EA, Machulda MM, Senjem ML, Master AV, et al. Characterizing a neurodegenerative syndrome: primary progressive apraxia of speech. Brain 2012; 135: 1522-36. [doi]Josephs KA, Duffy JR, Strand EA, Machulda MM, Senjem ML, Lowe VJ, et al. Syndromes dominated by apraxia o

Cannabis Science Today

Emily Fata

#28 Using Psychedelics to Treat Trauma with Dr. Amanda Khan

Psychedelic-assisted therapy has been clinically proven to treat trauma, but the headlines sometimes gloss over the nuances of this process. Dr. Amanda Khan, a clinical psychologist, shares her experience offering ketamine assisted therapy and post-psychedelic integration sessions. While psychedelics (such as MDMA, ketamine, and ayahuasca) can be powerful molecules for evoking change, healing trauma is a complex process that requires intention, preparation, and integration. Dr. Khan shares her knowledge from the clinical and research realm and we talk about how to use psychedelics safely and effectively to treat trauma, whether it’s PTSD, moral injury, or the everyday painful experiences that leaves an impact on our psyche.  

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.

Hecha de Estrellas Podcast, con Alejandra Freile

Alejandra Freile

#37 Reputación vs. Integridad

En este capítulo:-La gran diferencia entre serle fiel a tu reputación y serle fiel a tu integridad.- El riesgo que corres cuando cuidas demasiado tu reputación.- El beneficio que ganas si cuidas tu integridad. - Cómo pasar de moverte desde las opiniones externas a moverte desde tu corazón.- Cómo hacer que tu reputación sea un efecto secundario de tu integridad. Sígueme en mis redes sociales:IG: @alejandrafreileTiktok: @alefreileTrabaja conmigo:www.alejandrafreile.com

Ask the Naked Scientists

Dr Chris Smith

Are my feet ageing faster than my face?

Why does my kiddie object to wearing shoes? What is spacetime and how does time dilation work? What is entanglement, otherwise known as spooky action at a distance? Are my feet ageing faster than my head? When a person dies, does their energy pass into their offspring? How does hyperloop technology work? Relebogile Mabotja and Dr Chris Smith have the answers... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists

Immunotherapy Talks with ACIR

Accelerating Cancer Immunotherapy Research (ACIR)

Reading research can be complicated — but it doesn’t have to be. In this podcast, ACIR digests the latest in cancer immunotherapy research into bite size pieces to help you stay on top of the field. Stay tuned to hear which expert will be invited on our next episode!

The Simple BioTech Podcast

James Ruhle

#14 - Tyler Golato - Decentralizing Drug Development For The Greater Public Good

Today is a very special episode where I will be discussing Biotech and Blockchain. Now you might be asking yourself - how do blockchain and biotech have anything to do with each other? That's exactly what i thought as well when I first heard of VitaDao. But after my conversation today I'm convinced that this is a collision of industries that was absolutely necessary. Vitadao is taking the world of crypto, and the world of BioTech and smashing them together in an explosion of innovation. VitaDao is a completely decentralized autonomous organization... also know as a DAO... now there's a high likelihood that that sounds like a foreign language, and that a lot of you have never heard of a decentralized autonomous organization.. fear not, we go deep into exactly what that means in this episode.VitaDao is allowing any investor to invest in the absolute cutting edge BioTech technologies

The Stem Cell Report with Martin Pera


Keeping the Is(lets) on the Prize: Treating T1D with Stem Cell-based Transplants

In this episode of The Stem Cell Report, Martin Pera is joined by Doulas Melton, a pioneer in the use of stem cell-based transplants to treat Type 1 diabetes, and Nayara Leite, a former postdoc in the Melton laboratory who now works for Vertex Pharmaceuticals, one of the companies currently testing stem cell-derived transplants for diabetes in clinical trials. Drs. Melton and Leite will talk about the concepts and issues around stem cell-based treatments for diabetes and their new paper that looks at ways to enhance the survival and function of the insulin producing islets.GuestsDouglas Melton, PhD, Harvard University  Nayara Leite, PhD, Vertex PharmaceuticalsHostMartin Pera, PhD – Editor-in-Chief, Stem Cell Reports and The Jackson LaboratoryTwitter: @martinperaJAXRead Their PaperGenetic manipulation of stress pathways can protect stem-cell-derived islets from apoptosis in vitroAbout Stem Cell

This Week in Parasitism

Vincent Racaniello

TWiP 204: Near a fast-flowing river

The TWiP team solves the case Two Ghanians Near A Fast-Flowing River, and discuss a promising new drug for treatment of African trypanosomiasis. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, Daniel Griffin, and Christina Naula Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Links for this episode Oral fexinidazole for African trypanosomiasis (Lancet) Hero: Madeline Albright Letters read on TWiP 204 Become a patron of TWiP Case Study for TWiP 204 Pregnant woman, 20 yo, living in eastern Ghana near Volta River delta. Often in river. In second trimester. Comes in with abdominal pain, bloody diarrhea. Ovoid forms seen in stool, 160 microns, have single lateral projections. Other ovoid forms 45×30 microns which contain polar bodies. Send your case diagnosis, questions and comments to twip@microbe.tv Music by Ronald Jenkees

The New Dermatologist

11-29 Media

Vulval Dermatology

This podcast outlines the diagnosis and safe treatment of common vulval conditionsFeaturing Consultant Dermatologists; Dr Victoria Akhras and Dr Julia Soo and General Practitioner Dr Janani BodhinayakeOne of twelve episodes, which will be released over the next few months.Visit the website for more information: https://www.thenewdermatologist.co.uk/

Outside Box

Atsushi & Tatsuya

良いストレスと悪いストレスの違いってなに・・・?習慣化したいけどどうすればいいの・・・?マッスルメモリーってなに・・・?こんなよくある疑問、悩みについて、AtsushiとTatsuyaの二人で、文献や記事をリサーチし、私たちの日常生活で気づいたことをシェアしてます!こころ・からだ・脳、、、つまり『人間』をテーマにしたポッドキャストです!これからの日常生活を良くすることを目指したヒントを提供するポッドキャストです!Outside Box→自分のいう"箱"の外側から物事を見る、考えることでの"気づき"の大切にしています!視点と考えが変われば、人生良くできると本気信じています。そんな二人がお届けする”人間”についてぜひ楽しんで聞いてください!お問い合わせはメール、SNSのDMからどうぞ!


Carmela García Doval

Los tres informes del clima

Antes de profundizar en el verano que nos espera, después del teaser que hemos tenido en España durante la última semana, hoy vamos a repasar qué nos ha dicho el IPCC y reflexionar sobre las posibles consecuencias... y es que esto nos va a salir muy caro, y los que van a salir ganando son los escarabajos.Entre capítulo y capítulo de Bacteriófagos os podéis mantener al día en cgdoval.es donde también encontraréis diferentes formas de apoyar a esta podcaster.

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.

JHLT: The Podcast


JHLT: The Podcast Episode 16: April 2022

Join Daniel R. Goldstein, MD, Editor-in-Chief of JHLT, and the JHLT Digital Media Editors for two interviews with first authors from the April issue of The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation. Both studies relate to viruses in thoracic organ transplantation—but not coronaviruses! Josue Villegas-Galaviz, MD (pictured), from the University of Kentucky, who is the first author of a paper entitled “Clinical outcomes of heart transplantation using hepatitis c-viremic donors.” Marty Tam, MD, and David Schibilsky, MD, interview Dr. Villegas-Galaviz about his multi-country journey to become a clinical and research fellow. They also explore the findings of his study, including its potential impacts on the practice of using Hep C positive donors in heart transplantation. Next, Erika Lease, MD, is in conversation with first author Jennifer Saullo, MD, PharmD (pictured), from Duke University, on her study: “Cytomegalovirus prevention in tho

Medical Affairs Unscripted

Zipher Medical Affairs Co., LLC.

Episode 11: Field Medical Team Optimization: Distinguish your organization by employing, cultivating, and developing high-performing MSLs, with guest, Christina Tankersley

With the pharmaceutical industry becoming more and more heavily competitive, knowing how to conduct an insightful and multidimensional assessment of your Medical Science Liaison (MSL) team to identify gaps and hire the right MSLs to not only accelerate a corporate competitive advantage, but also to cultivate the natural diversity of a proper team for internal peer-to-peer development and external stakeholder rapport is more critical than ever.   With an extensive and influential career in Medical Affairs (MA) at Sanofi Pasteur spanning more than two decades starting in the field and now the current Senior Director of the Field Medical Team in the Vaccines therapeutic unit at Sanofi Pasteur, Christina Tankersley, PharmD has mastered the know-how of building, training, and maturing a diverse, multidisciplina

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

Biotech Clubhouse

Biotech Club

Global Access Strategies: COVID Vaccines and Other Meds

This Biotech Clubhouse Session will cover insights into best practices for providing access to medicines in the developing from industry experts exploring learnings from Gilead Science’s HIV and Hepatitis C Access to Medicines Program. We take lessons from past efforts, look at the current COVID response, and discuss a path forward for low and middle-income countries’ access to COVID vaccines, as well as future life-saving medicines.
Guests: Clifford Samuel, Claudio Lilienfeld, Kash Rangan.
Host: Chris Garabedian. 
Full auto-generated transcript: click here
Originally aired on June 7th, 2021 on Biotech Clubhouse. Shared with permission

Science unscripted

DW.COM | Deutsche Welle

The omicron boosters are coming

We've been using the same batch of vaccines to deflect new variants. That's about to change — and in a way that could fundamentally alter the pandemic.

Meet the Microbiologist

Julie Wolf

Microbial Culture Collections and the Soil Microbiome with Mallory Choudoir

Dr. Mallory Choudoir, microbial ecologist and evolutionary biologist at the University of Massachusetts Amherst shares how she leverages microbial culture collections to infer ecological and evolutionary responses to warming soil temperatures. She discusses complexities of the soil microbiome and microbial dispersal dynamics, and introduces fundamental concepts about the intersection between microbes and social equity. Ashley’s Biggest Takeaways: Microbial culture collections are fundamental resources, serving as libraries where diverse species of microbes are identified, characterized and preserved in pure, viable form. Culture collections ensure conservation of species diversity and sustainable use of the collected microbes. For soil microbiologists, like Mallory Choudoir, culture collections provide the opportunity to connect patterns of genomic variation and microbial physiology to the conditions

Project Medtech Podcast

Project Medtech

Episode 98 | Jeremy Stackawitz, CEO at Senzo | Startup Mentality: Stop Being Afraid of What Can Go Wrong and Start Being Excited About What Can Go Right

In this episode, Jeremy Stackawitz and Duane Mancini discuss his current pre-commercial diagnostic company he is leading, how to choose your first indication for use when you are a platform technology, what about the second and third indication, what led him to Senzo, his experience with raising capital, the importance of naming of the rounds, what it is like being brought in to lead a company when you are not a co-founder, and so much more.
Jeremy Stackawitz LinkedIn
Senzo Website
Project Medtech Website
Duane Mancini LinkedIn
Project Medtech LinkedIn

Listen In - Bitesize Bio Webinar Audios

Bitesize Bio

The Listen In podcast from Bitesize Bio is a compilation of our best webinars to enjoy at your leisure, wherever and whenever. Each episode is an opportunity to gain the valuable insights you need to advance your research. From a crash course in developing fool-proof ELISAs to the latest applications and innovations in CRISPR/Cas9 and microscopy techniques, and much more—you'll hear about challenges encountered and discover practical solutions to achieve the best possible results. Tap into the experience and expertise of leading researchers and commercial specialists to drive your research projects forward efficiently and productively. Listen In now!

Straight from a Scientist Medical Research Education and Discussion Podcast

Connor Wander and Julian Dallmeier

Season 2 Episode 1: Neural Networks on Noradrenaline

This episode is about neural networks on noradrenaline- the key neuromodulator known to flip almost every switch in the brain!  Drs. Esteban Oryarzabal and Connor Wander break down how noradrenaline, or norepinephrine help regulate brain states useful for attention and task-switching.  The studies here cover a whole new way to interpret brain imaging studies, which could have huge implications for neuroscience everywhere! Youtube link: https://youtu.be/NyMQhw5NpG4 Please note that this episode is special- it's a preview from research that hasn't fully undergone peer review.  This means that the findings discussed are still highly preliminary, and could be subject to change.  That being said, it's an incredible body of work, and fascinating at a minimum!   Source Paper: "Chemogenetic Stimulation of Tonic Locus Coeruleus Activity Strengthens the Default Mode Network" https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.10.

Informatics in the Round

Kevin B. Johnson, MD, MS

Informatics, the EHR and LGBTQ+: Another issue out of the closet!

In this episode of Informatics in the Round  we have a small but MIGHTY team.


Sarah Bland, a leader in Vanderbilt’s Center for Precision Medicine is here, and offers her usual insight coupled with wit!

We’re happy to introduce you all to Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld, who is the Senior Associate Dean and Director of the Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Endowment, and Professor of Anesthesiology Medical College of Wisconsin.  But wait, there’s more. Jesse is chair of the American Medical Association Board of Trustees, a commander in the U.S. Navy and combat veteran,  the head of perioperative informatics at Vanderbilt before leaving for Wisconsin, and so much more.  


All the guests today have one or more non-heteronormative characteristics on our “problem list.”  We’re all in the SOGI remarkable group.  We are all in the LGBTQ+ tribe.  We’re all gay!


QOVES Glow Up | Science Based Advice To Max Out Your Looks

QOVES Studio

The Browridge

The human browridge is a matter uniquely defining characteristic we see on faces. It is incredibly masculinizing and as we covered on our sister podcast 'Deep Dive,' came about as an example of facial buttressing to protect our early ancestor's eyes from claw related attacks, but how does this feature affect modern humans? Find out as we discuss it in this episode!

In The Flow: Conversations with Pioneers in Pediatric Heart Failure

Neha Bansal

This podcast aims to capture the stories of trailblazers and pioneers in the field pediatric heart failure and transplantation. These leaders represent a unique tribe and I will attempt to document their contributions in maturing this field from nothingness to the incredible successes today. We should never forget where we came from and the backstory is in the struggles and even failures. A historical analysis of ideas and events uniformly brings modesty, widening of horizons and a sense of wonderment. That is the aim of this podcast. To get in touch, email me at intheflow.peds@gmail.com

In conversation with...

The Lancet Public Health

Amanda Paluch on the association between daily steps and mortality risk

Amanda Paluch discusses a new, large, international evidence synthesis, looking at the association between daily steps and mortality risk.Read the full article:Daily steps and all-cause mortality: a meta-analysis of 15 international cohorts

CABTalks by Synthace

Fane Mensah and Synthace

Cloud Computing in R&D - If You’re Not Using It, You’re Already 5 Years Behind

John Conway is a cloud lab evangelist and founder of 20/15 Visioneers and has over 30 years of experience working with biopharma companies tackle their R&D challenges in a multitude of capacities to drive forward changes through technology, strategy and change management.
In this podcast, Jon talks about the R&D journey he has taken in the last 30 years, change management over the decades, the changes that we as an industry need to make and ultimately - the bright future that awaits us.
He shares his insight on biopharma’s approach to data environments, utilizing computer-aided biology technologies and what biopharma culture needs to change in order to realize the ideal standard of data environments - “that anybody in the field should be able to take it and completely understand the data set and do what they want to do with it.”

Coffee Chats with Researchers

Coffee Chats with Researchers

Ever wanted to sit down with your favorite researcher or practitioner and chat about all the cool things they do? Well look no further than our Coffee Chat series! We’re traveling around to sit with some coffee and take a few minutes to discuss the awesome work happening in the field of violence against women and gaps in work that still exist.

The Code of Life

Oh Boy Productions

Tune in on the newest in genomics, DNA, virology, diseases, and more. Brought to you by GenomeBC; for more information on their work, visit www.genomebc.ca

ASCB's Pathways Podcast

American Society for Cell Biology

Pathways Podcast is produced by the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) and features news and interviews for anyone interested in the life sciences.

Tales of Transformation

Deloitte US

Health Equity

This episode of Tales of Transformation examines health equity and ways the health care ecosystem is working together to address social, economic, and environmental drivers

Illumina Genomics Podcast

Illumina, Inc.

Pharmacogenomics: Barriers and Opportunities to Implementation

CannMed Coffee Talk

Medicinal Genomics

Preserving Humboldt County’s Legacy Genetics with Lelehnia DuBois & Daniel Hendricks

Lelehnia DuBois and Daniel Hendricks are longtime Humboldt County residents who are working to preserve the unique culture and cannabis genetics that have developed in the region. Along with other collaborators, they have created The Humboldt Grace Legacy Project for the purpose of working to protect, authenticate, and validate legacy cannabis genetics through collaborative design. 

Lele is the Founder and Board Chair of Humboldt Grace, whose mission is to empower the community in rural northwest California through education, events, and projects that promote and share the culture of the region. Lele grew up in two worlds. Her father lived on the Southern California beaches while her mother had a homestead deep in heart of the Emerald Triangle. It was with her mother where Lele experienced much of the trauma associated with the war on drugs, including raids, family

The Dermatology Podcast


E57: Urticaria: From Underlying Mechanisms to Treatment Landscape

What is the prevalence of urticaria? How do the pathophysiological mechanisms differ among its chronic and acute subtypes? What is the role of autoreactivity? Are there any comorbidities with atopic diseases and mental health disorders? Join us as Prof. Jan Gutermuth interviews dermatologist, allergologist and renown urticaria expert Prof. Marcus Mauer, diving into the underlying mechanisms and therapeutical options of urticaria.

Conversations on Health Care

Community Health Center, Inc.

Dr. Anthony Fauci on Childhood Vaccine Delay & Political Divisiveness: ‘We Are at War With a Common Enemy’, Not the Time to Fight With Each Other

This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter welcome Dr. Anthony Fauci back to the show, two years after his first appearance discussing the novel coronavirus spreading around the world. The Chief Medical Advisor to the Biden White House and long-time Director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the NIH expressed concern over the ongoing political divisiveness impacting our ability to contain COVID outbreaks leading to almost 1 million deaths in this country. He says FDA...
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Healthcare Goes Digital

Impetus Digital

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. […]

Investigating Breast Cancer


How Diet and Lifestyle Influence Your Breast Cancer Risk with Dr. Graham Colditz

Can cancers resulting from lifestyle choices be preventable? What foods should you be eating to reduce your risk of breast cancer? And what non-lifestyle decisions should be considered when looking to reduce their risk?

Dr. Graham Colditz, a BCRF investigator since 2004, has spent decades diving into these questions and more. Dr. Colditz is an internationally recognized leader in cancer prevention. As an epidemiologist and public health expert, he has a longstanding interest in the preventable causes of chronic disease, particularly among women. He is also interested in strategies to speed translation of research findings to prevention strategies that work.

The Clerk Commute

Alex D'Souza and Meg Watson

The Clerk Commute is a medical content podcast designed for third and fourth year medical students in Canada. Whether you roll out of bed to a downtown hospital or indulge in a multi-modal public transit commute, we hope you learn and enjoy! This podcast is hosted by Alex D'Souza and Meg Watson, second year medical students at the University of Toronto Medical School.

The Metabolomist podcast

biocrates life sciences

In this interview podcast you can learn how scientists and entrepreneurs create the future of metabolomics. Learn about their struggles, stresses and successes to shape the story of metabolomics as it is today and what they believe about the future of the field.

Patient Empowerment Program: A Rare Disease Podcast

n-Lorem Foundation

Join the nano-rare disease community! Interviews features leading physicians, scientists, biotech experts, and patient advocates. Lessons teach core concepts about drugs. Our host Dr. Crooke has led the creation of antisense technology and his foundation, n-Lorem, is using this powerful technology to discover, develop, and provide personalized experimental antisense oligonucleotide medicines to nano-rare patients for free, for life. n-Lorem is a non-profit organization established to apply the efficiency, versatility and specificity of antisense technology to charitably provide experimental antisense oligonucleotide (ASO) medicines to treat patients (less than 30 patients) that are the result of a single genetic defect unique to only one or very few individuals. The advantage of experimental ASO medicines is that they can be developed rapidly, inexpensively and are highly specific. n-Lorem was founded by Dr. Stan Crooke, who founded IONIS Pharmaceuticals in 1989 and, through his vision and leadership, established the company as the leader in RNA-targeted therapeutics. This podcast is produced by n-Lorem Foundation and hosted by Dr. Stanley T. Crooke, who is our Founder, CEO and Chairman. Our videographer is Jon Magnuson. Our producers are Kira Dineen, Jon Magnuson, Kim Butler, and Amy Williford. To learn more about n-Lorem, visit nlorem.org. Contact us at podcast@nlorem.org.

Contagious Conversations

CDC Foundation

27. Relationships Matter

“We can’t do the work alone. That is why it is important to have partnerships in our communities.” Hear Dr. Mysheika Roberts discuss this idea and more, as she takes listeners through her own journey in community-centered public health. Plus: how critical relationships helped build trust and shape responses to the COVID-19 pandemic in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Roberts is the Health Commissioner for the City of Columbus, Ohio, leading a team of more than 500 public health professionals focused on neighborhood-based approaches that address the social determinants of health, from safe affordable housing and education to jobs and violent crime, to decrease health disparities. Dr. Roberts has a 20-year public health background at local, state and national levels. She built a solid foundation in public health early in her career by investigating outbreaks in Ohio for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and leading an STD clinic and hepatitis preventio

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 withit’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.

Species Hall of Fame

Quentin Wheeler PhD

the latest and greatest species discoveries qwheeler.substack.com

Journal of Special Operations Medicine

Journal of Special Operations Medicine

Winter 2021 JSOM Podcast

In this episode of the JSOM Podcast, Alex and Josh start by reviewing, "Use of Walking Blood Bank at Point of Injury During Combat Operations: A Case Report" by Gaddy, et. al. Associate Editor Rico Pesce and guest reviewer Pete Moreno review "Comprehensive Ultrasound Course for Special Operations Combat and Tactical Medics" by Fatima, et. al. Lastly, Alex and Josh review a 2-part series on Stress Inoculation Training. Part 1 is "The Development and Preliminary Evaluation of a Psychological Performance Training Protocol"; Part 2 is "A Pilot Study Among Explosive Ordnance Disposal Special Warfare Enablers", both by Jackson, et. al. Don't forget to follow us on our Social Media platforms @jsomonline https://jsom.us/Podcast.

Endocrine Disruptors

Katherine Hatcher

Minisode 10: Liver Basics, Part 2: Structure and Detoxification

Today's minisode features Katherine briefly discussing the overall structure of the liver and how this structure helps the liver do its job. She talks about hepatocytes and portal triads, as well as what liver detoxing is really about. Tune in where ever you listen to podcasts to learn more about the general structure of your liver and how it does its job to metabolize drugs and toxins in your body. Connect with us! Website: endocrinepod.com Twitter: twitter.com/endocrinepod Instagram: instagram.com/endocrinepod Facebook: facebook.com/endocrinepod Don't forget to support us on Patreon at patreon.com/endocinrepod. For as little as $1 a month, you can know about upcoming interviews and episodes, as well as ask guests questions about their work.

Tiny Expeditions - A Podcast about Genetics, DNA and Inheritance

HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology

Can science create the perfect craft beer?

Join us for this tiny expedition into the world of craft beer. We will learn how scientists are trying to create regional varieties of barley and hops that can be grown across the US and using gene edited yeast to make fun and unique craft beer flavors.To go behind the scenes and learn more about barley, hops, and yeast, visit "Can science create the perfect craft beer?". 

The Struggling Scientists

Suzanne and Jayron

Episode 27: Cutting Edge Research?!?..... Can you gamefy your way into Nature?

Today we discuss a very interesting paper recently published in Nature. This paper proposes that people that grew up in the city are less good at navigating than people who grew up in the countryside. And even more excitingly they investigated this in a very interesting way... with a mobile game! Listen to this episode to learn more!Paper: Entropy of city street networks linked to future spatial navigation abilityby Coutrot et al., 2022 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-022-04486-7If you have any questions, comments, suggestions, or papers we really need to read definitely reach out to us! Email: thestrugglingscientists@hotmail.comwebsite: thestrugglingscientists.com




Everything about fungi for NEET and USMLE

The eLife Podcast

Dr Chris Smith

Human birth trigger genes, and clam cancer

This month, the genes linked to human birth onset, signs hunter gatherers already had a taste for cereals before farming came along, how sunflowers balance UV protection, aridity resistance and attractiveness to pollinators, a contagious cancer that can jump the species barrier, and inside the eLife Ambassador Programme... Get the references and the transcripts for this programme from the Naked Scientists website

Bio from the Bayou

James Zanewicz

Short conversations about connectivity, business development, innovation, entrepreneurship + commercialization in the Biotech Ecosystem. Originating from the city of resilience and rebirth, New Orleans, Louisiana. Visit us on our website: https://biofromthebayou.com/


Alix Ventures

BIOS Podcast brings together cutting-edge insights from Life Science industry leaders at the forefront of innovation. Join us in hearing from Founders, Investors, Professors, & Pharma operating at the intersection of Technology & Biology. By Alix Ventures: Driving Patient Impact - Supporting early stage Life Science startups engineering biology to drive radical advances in human health. Learn more @ BIOS.community / Alix.vc __________________________________ Alix Ventures, by way of BIOS Community, is providing this content for general information purposes only. Reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement nor recommendation by Alix Ventures, BIOS Community, or its affiliates. The views & opinions expressed by guests are their own & their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them nor any entity they represent. Views & opinions expressed by Alix Ventures employees are those of the employees & do not necessarily reflect the view of Alix Ventures, BIOS Community, affiliates, nor its content sponsors.

Angus at Work

Angus Beef Bulletin

A podcast for the profit-minded cattleman. Brought to you by the Angus Beef Bulletin, we have news and information on health, nutrition, genetics, marketing and management.

The Bioinformatics CRO Podcast

The Bioinformatics CRO

Alex Shalek - new technology for systems biology

Alex Shalek, Associate Professor of Chemistry at MIT, discusses new methods and technologies in systems biology that have enabled advances in the diagnosis and treatment of autoimmune diseases and cancer.  The Bioinformatics CRO is a fully distributed contract research company that serves the computational biology needs of biotechnology companies, with a focus on genomics. https://www.bioinformaticscro.com/

Molecule to Market: Inside the outsourcing space

Raman Sehgal

From Sweden with Science

In this episode of Molecule to Market, you’ll go inside the outsourcing space of the global drug development sector with Hans J Johansson, Global Applications Director at Purolite. Your host, Raman Sehgal, discusses the pharmaceutical and biotechnology supply chain with Hans, covering:

A career spent developing ideas and creating products that produce new applications for customers and commercial success.
Driving the Purolite business unit from the ground-up from a lab bench to a commercial scale life science based franchise.
Hans’ lifelong habits and approach that have enabled him to have a successful career.
An insight into Sweden’s vibrant life science hub - Uppsala.
The development of new technologies that will increase yield while reducing environmental footprint... a sign of things to come!

Hans J Johansson is Global Applications Director at Purolite Life Sciences, Llantrisant, Wales. He h

Biblical Genetics

Dr. Robert Carter

Apples are the perfect fruit…for discussing how things were designed to change

The apple gives us several excellent illustrations for understanding biblical genetics. The genetics of the apple tree is super complicated, yet always fascinating. From one domestication event several thousand years ago we now have over 10,000 apple varieties, and this does not include the many wild species of apple-like trees. How does this fit within biblical genetics? Tune in to find out!

Filming location: Raven Rock State Park, Lillington, North Carolina

Notes and links:

Species Designed to change video series:

Part 1 God Deliberately Engineered Life to Change, but How Much Change is Allowed?
Part 2 Speciation and the Limits of Change
Part 3 Classifying the Created Kinds Leads to Fascinating Results
Part 4 The Amazing Braided Baramin Concept is Intrinsic to Creation

Species were designed to change article

Stroke Alert

Negar Asdaghi, MD, MSc, FRCPC, FAHA

Stroke Alert March 2022

On Episode 14 of the Stroke Alert Podcast, host Dr. Negar Asdaghi highlights two articles from the March 2022 issue of Stroke: “Natural Course of Cerebral Cavernous Malformations in Children” and “Direct Oral Anticoagulants Versus Warfarin in Cerebral Venous Thrombosis (ACTION-CVT).” She also interviews Dr. Mohammad Anadani about his article “Magnitude of Blood Pressure Change After Endovascular Therapy and Outcomes.” Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        1) Are direct oral anticoagulants a reasonable alternative to warfarin for treatments of patients with cerebral venous thrombosis? 2) What are the predictors of first and recurrent intracerebral hemorrhage in patients with cerebral cavernous malformation? 3) Is there an optimal blood pressure target after successful endovascular thrombectomy? We have the answers and much more in today's podcast. This is the latest in Stroke. Stay with us. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Welcome to anoth

Back in Control Radio Show with Dr. David Hanscom, MD

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network

Dr. Hanscom believes that each human being has a deep drive to thrive and give back. This force is frequently compromised by chronic pain, which has been documented to have a similar impact on your quality of life as terminal cancer. Life becomes one of survival. Through his own personal ordeal, he discovered that chronic pain is curable by systematically using established medical practices in a self-directed manner. The key is connecting to your own healing capacity.

The Sheep Show podcast

Jill Noble

How many sheep can I run on my farm?

This is a challenging one and most of the research on this comes from Australia where they refer to this as a Dry Sheep Equivalent or DSE.  This is how many sheep can have have per hectare on your property.  In measuring the energy requirements of livestock, we use a 50 kg wether as the standard. Other areas use a 45 kg wether. A 50 kg wether maintained at constant weight has a dry sheep equivalent (DSE) rating of 1. There are lots of variables to consider - your soil and pasture, your fertilising program, do you have any other livestock or free loading wildlife and what is the weather doing, as well as what breed of sheep you are running - so many things to consider! Have a listen and let me know if you are any the wiser after this episode!!https://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/agriculture/budgets/livestock/sheep-gross-margins-october-2015/background/dse

Adverse Reactions

Anne Chappelle, PhD, and David Faulkner, PhD

Anthropogenic Ghosts on the Coast

While no longer national news, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill is still impacting the ecological health of the Gulf of Mexico and the livelihoods of the communities that rely upon the gulf’s aquatic life, as Robert “Joe” Griffitt of the University of Southern Mississippi reveals. Dr. Griffitt and co-hosts Anne Chappelle and David Faulkner discuss how ecotoxicology is both an applied and a basic science, as well as how scientific discovery is not always a linear process. About the GuestRobert “Joe” Griffitt, PhD, is a Professor at and Director of the University of Southern Mississippi School of Ocean Science and Engineering. Ecotoxicology, toxicogenomics, and bioinformatics are the focus of Dr. Griffitt’s research. Specifically, his lab investigates the impacts of metallic nanoparticles in aquatic and marine ecosystems and the effects of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill on the northern Gulf of Mexico. In both cases, his lab uses a combina

Sounds of Science

Charles River

Ep. 49: Sex Parity in Animal Research

Sex discrimination is not just something that happens with people. In many animal studies, males have historically been used more often than females, resulting in a significant sex bias that has snowballed since we started using mice and rats in research. Liz Nunamaker, Director of Animal Welfare for Charles River, joins me to discuss what this bias means for animals and patients.

Safety with Scientists

Safety Partners

Safety with Scientists gives insight and information from leaders and organizations within the biotech and life science industries, with a focus on safety. Safety Partners is a portal into a rich array of EHS experience and expertise, giving you a wealth of knowledge at your fingertips. Our workplace safety and compliance programs are smart, tailored, and right-sized. Safety Partners is proud to be recognized as a Certified Women-Owned Business. https://www.safetypartnersinc.com/

Phage Therapy Today

Steven Yang

The Phage Therapy Today is the pod dedicated to leaders in the phage therapy industry. We bring you insights into current advancements and challenges in this exciting sector from academia, financial, regulatory, manufacturing and entrepreneurial perspectives. Each episode features accomplished guests serving various roles in developing our bacteriophage-evolved community. If you are a believer in the future shaped by phage therapy and want to share you exciting work with our community, email us at 'phagetherapytoday@gmail.com' Phage believers, hear me! Tonight, let us shake this cave.



Healthcare may finally be ready to enter the digital age in full force. This podcast will explore the trials, tribulations, and successes of founders, investors, and researchers determined to change the health system using digital technology including AI, machine learning, and much more. This podcast will be especially insightful for those looking to become an early-stage founder in the health tech sector. Come join us on a journey of discovery to listen, learn and find out how they plan to ReBootHealth.

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...

nf-cast - the bioinformatics podcast

Seqera Labs

Episode 5: Dr. Evan Floden – CEO and Co-founder of Seqera Labs

In this Podcast, Rob Lalonde of Seqera Labs speaks with Dr. Evan Floden, CEO and co-founder of Seqera Labs. Rob and Evan talk about the history of Nextflow, breaking bad, and the future of bioinformatics. Evan also provides a live demo of Nextflow Tower.

New Creative You - Creativity Podcast

Pedja Gee

Team Creativity - How to Organize a Creative Team

In the times that are rapidly changing it is of utmost importance for every company to form a team of creative professionals. Discover the basic principles of organizing creative people. To gain exclusive access to NCY secret page that contains free e-books, please follow this link. For show notes, please visit NCY website.

PSM Psicología & Salud Mental

Rod Arriola

"Comienza el año con el pie correcto"

¿Estas cansad@ de no lograr tus objetivos de año nuevo? Acá te doy tips para empezar con el pie correcto el año nuevo. Gracias por escuchar, puedes seguirme en redes como @rodblau. Visita www.salud-mental.org si necesitas ayuda psicológica.

Neuromodulation Today & Tomorrow

Machine Medicine Technologies

Machine Medicine Interview Series focuses on neuromodulation. Our guests come from all sorts of different backgrounds with the common ground the love of neuromodulation. Usually, we discuss about experiences, plans or the latest updates and publications in this field. More info here: https://machinemedicine.com/interview-series/

The APsolute RecAP: Biology Edition

Melanie Kingett, Brad Kingett, Zach Caruso

The APsolute Recap: Biology Edition - Testing Strategies

The exam is almost here! Deep breath! It's one test, on one day. 90 minutes for 60 multiple choice and 90 minutes for 6 FRQs testing all 8 Units of Biology. Pace yourself and trust your gut. A few strategies to help you: Read and rank the FRQs (2:30). Answer the prompt (4:11). Read past unfamiliar terms (4:35). And don’t leave anything blank! (5:19)The Question of the Day asks (6:29) True or False. Error bars are 2 times SEM above the average.Thank you for listening to The APsolute RecAP: Biology Edition!(AP is a registered trademark of the College Board and is not affiliated with The APsolute RecAP. Copyright 2021 - The APsolute RecAP, LLC. All rights reserved.)Website:www.theapsoluterecap.comEMAIL:TheAPsoluteRecAP@gmail.comFollow Us:INSTAGRAMTWITTERFACEBOOKYOUTUBE

Beyond Clean Podcast

Beyond Clean Podcast

Half-Truths and Misinformation: How #FakeNews on Social Media Hurts the Sterile Processing Industry

In this episode of Articles On-The-Go, Hank Balch warns against the danger of misinformation and SPD group-think on Social Media:  -- "Because we often do not know the people on the other end of these social media platforms—what they know and what they don’t—putting the lives of our patients on the line to trust their answers is not a wise or sustainable solution. As helpful as most of these users are trying to be, the end result is often an unintelligible mix of opinions, humor, personal asides, short quips, half-truths, and misinformation..." #sterileprocessing #wefightdirty #beyondclean

Future Cities

Future Cities

Infrastructure for Visible Cities

Dr. Sybil Derrible (@SybilDerrible) is the creator of the Actionable Science for Urban Sustainability (AScUS) society, and former chair of the International Society of Industrial Ecology's Sustainable Urban Systems section. He is an Associate Professor of Civil, Materials, and Environmental Engineering at the University of Illinois Chicago. His work embraces the growing complexity of cities, exploring our changing relationships with the built environment, natural environment, and cyber technologies, through innovative techniques that reveal the changing networks and behaviors that define urban dynamics. He is interviewed in today's podcast by Dr. Mikhail Chester (@mikhailchester), a professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment at Arizona State University.Infrastructure Misfits (un)Society:http://www.infrastructurecomplexity.org/Metis Center for Infrastructure and Sustainable Engineering | Arizona Sta

Ortho Science BYTES Podcast

Ortho Clinical Diagnostics

A monthly podcast for lab professionals covering current advancements in science and technology that can impact better patient care.


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

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 mocchabot@yahoo.com.
All the best,
The CHRG Therapy Team

Theory and Practice

GV and Google AI

Geoffrey Hinton on the Exploration of Thought

What is a thought? Some may think that question is quite abstract, but it has huge implications for science and computer design.If we cannot define a human thought, how can we know if a computer can think? Only then can true Artificial Intelligence be achieved.This week we speak to the “godfather of deep learning”, Professor Geoffrey Hinton, a cognitive psychologist and computer scientist. He is now an emeritus Professor at the University of Toronto, and an engineering fellow at Google.Our wide-ranging discussion reflects on Professor Hinton’s journey into this field, his instrumental role in the deep learning revolution, and an analysis of when, if ever, computers might achieve the next level of intelligence.Theory and Practice is a presentation of GV and Google AI.This season we'll dive deep into the languages of life through explorations of the "dark genome", genome editing, protein fold

Chief Complaint Podcast

Zach Sielaff

CC:64 - Staffing Ratios, COVID Vaccine, Nursing Questions

Episode 64 is here! Zach and LJ get back together to talk about nurse staffing ratios and what they mean, the COVID vaccine and its rollout and adoption, and finally they ask each some questions about nursing itself. Enjoy!Music:You're There by The Mini VandalsAll Night by Ikson

A view on


Episode 6: Manufacturing of Exosomes

Putting Manufacturing First: Codiak Moves Swiftly into Clinical Trials with Exosome-based Treatments 

Sriram Sathyanarayanan, Codiak’s CSO, and Linda Bain, their CFO, share how the company moved into clinical trials in under 6 years.


Exosomes, extremely small vesicles shed by all cell types, promise to become a viable delivery system for treatments of many diseases. But until recently, manufacturing them at a commercially viable scale has been unfeasible. That is why in 2015 the company Codiak took a two-pronged approach to developing exosome-based treatments: prioritizing both the engineering and manufacturing tracks from the outset. A mere six years after the company was launched, this approach has proven effective, with two promising studies in the clinic for tumor treatments, while most other developers are still at the starting blocks.

The exosome field today holds the kind of promise t

The Microscopists

BiteSize Bio

The Microscopists interviews Ed Boyden (MIT)

The G Word

Genomics England

Tamsin Berry: The World of Life Sciences

"The big realisation for me working in life sciences is if we didn't have [this] industry, to translate this amazing science that comes out of academic institutions into usable products, then we wouldn't be able to benefit as individuals."
We join Chris Wigley and special guest Tamsin Berry in today's episode of, The G Word. Tamsin is Partner at Population Health Partners, and former Director of the UK government’s Office for Life Sciences.
They discuss the importance of Life Sciences and what it is, focusing on the impact this particular research has on individual lives. They discuss how Tamsin became a part of the life science world and her journey to becoming Director of the Office of Life Sciences. They also discuss the importance of research funding and genome understanding.

Knowing Neurons

Knowing Neurons

Human Cognition and Frontiers for Young Minds with Robert Knight

Knowing Neurons interviews Dr. Robert Knight about his research in the field of human cognition and his work as Chief Editor for Frontiers for Young Minds, a scientific journal that is reviewed by children. Learn more about Robert’s research at https://knightlab.neuro.berkeley.edu and explore Frontiers for Young Minds at https://kids.frontiersin.org.

Written and produced by Ayushe Sharma, Chaoqun Yin, Danny Kusko and Elizabeth Burnette.

Music Used:
"Bleeping Demo" by Kevin MacLeod
Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/7012-bleeping-demo
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0
"Pamgaea" by Kevin MacLeod
Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4193-pamgaea
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0

The Skin Science Podcast with Thomas Hitchcock, Ph.D.


The Skin Science Podcast, hosted by Crown’s Chief Science Officer, Thomas Hitchcock, Ph.D. and assisted by Angela McDonald, Senior Director of Education for Crown Aesthetics, features in depth discussions about all things Skin Science. Whether it’s the skin microbiome, acne or SPF selection, to therapeutic and aesthetic treatment options and more, our discussions will challenge your thinking about Skin Science topics.


Forough Fereydouni

ما اینجاییم تا با هم یاد بگیریم که چطور از علم روانشناسی در زندگی روزمره مون استفاده کنیم

SA Podcast | پادکست سا

Armin Ahmadzadeh

نگاهی متفاوت به موضوعات موضوعات ساده اما مهم

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

Growing Pulse Crops

Pulse Crops Working Group

Intercropping and Organic Pulses with Clair Keene, Ph.D.

https://www.ndsu.edu/agriculture/ag-home/directory/clair-keene (Dr. Clair Keene) joins us to talk about both intercropping and incorporating pulses into an organic rotation. At the time of our interview, Clair was the extension specialist in cropping systems at the Williston Research Extension Center where she supported farmers directly as well as conducted research and extension outreach with county agents and other stakeholders. Since that time her title has changed to assistant professor and agronomist at North Dakota State University, but her research interests remain in crop rotation, weed management, cover crops, soil health, organic agriculture, and perennial forages. 
We’re going to talk about the intercropping work Clair has participated in as well as some of her efforts to help farmers that want to transition to organic systems in the state. Clair does a great job of blending the agronomic and econo

DeciBio Precision Medicine Chats


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A Walk on the Wild Side: A Veterinary Podcast

Dr. Kyle Kansman, DVM

"Speak Up for a Species": The Florida Manatee

On this month's segment of "Speak Up for a Species" here on A Walk on the Wild Side, we are highlighting the Florida Manatee (Trichechus manatus latirostris ). Listen in as host Kyle Kansman, a 4th-year veterinary student at Michigan State University, talks about the Florida Manatee, the threats against their population, and why 2021 has been the deadliest year on record.    At the end of the episode, Kyle brings back "Fact or Fiction", a true or false game for you to test your knowledge and see if you qualify as a manatee maniac.  For updated and current information on the Florida Manatee, please also visit https://myfwc.com/research/manatee/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/walkonthewildside_vetpodcast/?hl=enWebsite: https://a-walk-on-the-wild-side-a-veterinary-podcast.podsite.io/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/awalkonthewildsidepodcast/Music by MBBhttps://www.youtube.com/c/mbbmusichttps

Discovery Matters

Discovery Matters

49. Discovery Makers: Mustapha Bittaye

Meet Discovery Maker Mustapha Bittaye, a postdoctoral researcher at the Jenner Institute who helped create the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine. Born in The Gambia, a scholarship took Mustapha to the UK to study Microbial Proteomics, and from then onwards he has made truly amazing contributions to human health globally.
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The Life Science Rundown

The FDA Group

Inspection Alternatives Are Driving More FDA Enforcement Actions: What It Means for Industry

Product sampling and remote records requests accounted for most import alerts and drug GMP warning letters over FDA's fiscal year 2021. They may play a key role post-pandemic.  
As remote records reviews conducted during the pandemic accounted for a growing share of warning letters, experts have advised the industry to prepare for remote FDA oversight to continue even after routine site inspections resume and the pandemic recedes.  
The FDA, which historically relied solely on on-site inspections as a basis for drug adulteration warning letters, only based 28% of warning letters issued in the first 11 months of fiscal year 2021 on-site inspections, with 62% based on sample testing and 10% on remote records reviews.  
In this episode, we sit down with former FDA professional, Larry Stevens, RAC, to talk about how inspection alternatives may become a perma

The Functional Breeding Podcast

The Functional Dog Collaborative

Claire Apple: Farmcollies and the American Working Farmcollie Association

Claire Apple is on the board of the American Working Farmcollie Association (AWFA). This week, Claire and I talk about what farmcollies are and what they do, how to think about populations of dogs who aren't just one breed, and registering dogs on merit. Come learn about dogs who do a really complex and multifactored job! For more about Claire, you can find her on Facebook or check out her training page, ncdogtraining.com. To learn more about AWFA, check out farmcollie.com.

Autobiology with Jennifer Little-Fleck

Jennifer Little-Fleck

The Biology Entertainment Podcast. Quirky stories to explain how your body works. Jennifer Little-Fleck is a full-time medical writer, and having worked in the field of molecular biology, immunology research, and pharmaceutical sales training, brings knowledge of these topics to you so you can learn how to become the expert on your own biology. The underlying principle is this: no two people work exactly the same way because no two people experience the 4 major influencers the same way: —Genetics —Environment —Nutrition —Biochemistry.Not even twins! Two things that Jennifer absolutely recommends: 1. Take Vitamin C with every meal and before bed (1000 mg) 2. Use digestive enzymes with every meal. Check out the website for more information on each episode: https://www.autobiology.net.Reach me on IG @autobiologywithjenniferCheck out her favorite brand BiOptimizers for special offers and discounts at https://autobiology.net/links/products/I am a VERY proud affiliate of Bioptimizers, and at no cost to you, may receive a commission on anything you might purchase.

The JADPRO Podcast


Diagnosing and treating cancer is complex and requires a team effort. Nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and pharmacists are crucial members of the cancer care team. In a podcast by the Journal of the Advanced Practitioner in Oncology (JADPRO), we hear from clinicians about what it means to support and guide people on their cancer journey.

Making Sense of Science

Matt Fuchs

The Future of Brain Health with Percy Griffin of the Alzheimer's Association

Today's guest is Percy Griffin, director of scientific engagement for the Alzheimer’s Association, a nonprofit that’s focused on speeding up research, detecting Alzheimer’s earlier and other risk reduction measures. Percy has a doctorate in molecular cell biology from Washington University. He’s led important research on Alzheimer’s, and he's a gifted science communicator. His bio is linked in the show notes, below.The topic of our conversation is the present and future of the fight against dementia. Billions of dollars have been spent by the National Institutes of Health and biotechs to research new treatments for Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia, but so far there's little to show for it. Last year, Aduhelm became the first drug to be approved by the FDA for Alzheimer’s in 20 years, but there have been red flags about its effectiveness, side effects and cost.Meanwhile, 6.


maria jones - yuva yoga

A podcast about teaching chair yoga to older and less able adults. With lots of chair yoga teacher training insights from my courses.

The BioProcess Insider Expression Platform

Dan Stanton

Dendreon‘s leap into the cell therapy CDMO space

Dendreon, a pioneer in the cell therapy space through its commercial product Provenge, has relaunched itself as a contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO).

BioProcess Insider speaks with Maria Cho, the VP of Business Development and Corporate Strategy, about Dendreon's strategic growth efforts in the cellular immunotherapy space and how it is embracing its proven success in the field to support others.



Precision Technology to Monitor and Predict Animal Health

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The Lancet Infectious Diseases

Beate Kampmann, Karen Keddy, and Peter Ghazal on applying big data to childhood infectious diseases in LMICs

Prof Beate Kampmann, Dr Karen Keddy, and Prof Peter Ghazal discuss a new cross-journal Series in The Lancet Infectious Diseases and EBioMedicine addressing the potential for and challenge of applying big data to childhood infectious diseases in LMICs.Read the full Series:https://www.thelancet.com/series/big-data-childhood-infections-LMICs 

پنجره آگاهی

Peyman Rahiminejad

پنجره آگاهی جایی است برای شنیدن، فهمیدن و زیبا زیستن؛ صدای آگاهی را با ما تجربه کنید


Institute of Biostatistics and Analyses

It is Clinical Data Management Best Practices podcast by IBA. Scientists need professional Data managers and Tools to be able to make the right decisions and establish their hypotheses correctly. We bring you interviews with leading specialists in Data Management, Biotechnology, Life Sciences, and Digital Health.


Bitesize Bio

The 'Cryo-Talk' podcast from Thermo Fisher Scientific and Bitesize Bio brings you the world’s most prominent Cryo-electron microscopists. In each episode of this engaging series, host Eva Amsen explores the fascinating world of cryo-electron microscopy through the eyes of the experts and delves beyond the electron beam into what drives them in their careers, their inspirations, and passions.

#ExpertAnswers - an InsideScientific Podcast


#ExpertAnswers is a podcast by InsideScientific, the online environment for Life Science webinars, virtual events, interviews and educational content that helps you do your best work. On this channel, we will be featuring discussions with experts as they answer some of the best questions from recent webinars. Check out our sister podcast #ShareScience for even more great life science content!

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Principles Of Anatomy And Physiology: Introduction To The Human Body

Jessica Giggles

Nursing BSCN

Reading study notes for the commute to class

Cell Culture Dish Podcast

Brandy Sargent

Streamline the ADC Path to the Clinic with One-stop Drug Development and Critical Technology Advancements

In this podcast, I talked with Dr. Jimmy Li, CEO of WuXi XDC, a WuXi Biologics subsidiary. We discussed the reasons for the formation of WuXi XDC, which was established via a joint venture between WuXi Biologics and WuXi STA, a WuXi AppTec subsidiary, and how one-stop drug development organizations greatly streamline a pathway to the clinic. He also shares new technologies available to make the development of Antibody Drug Conjugates (ADCs) more efficient and effective. 

Public Health Out Loud

Dr. Jim McDonald and Dr. Philip Chan

What Can We Do About Climate Change?

In this week’s episode, Dr. Jim McDonald and Dr. Philip Chan talk about something that impacts the health of every person living on this planet: climate change. Learn more about what climate change actually means and how it’s already impacting Rhode Island from guest expert Dr. Stephen Porder. Dr. Porder is a Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, a Fellow in the Institute at Brown University for Environment and Society, and the Assistant Provost for Sustainability at Brown University. How do the subtle, slow-moving impact of climate change threaten our health? What are some practical solutions that can help slow the effects of climate change? Download this week’s episode to find out.  

Pharma Market Access Insights - from Mtech Access

Mtech Access

Population to Person: How will the NHS translate population health management into impactful, person-centred service change?

What does population health management mean for the NHS, for patients, and for industry? How will the NHS translate population health management into impactful service change and what will this look like for patients?Tom Clarke (Director, Mtech Access) explores all this and more with guest speaker Dr Steven Laitner (GP, Parkbury House Surgery). Steven and Tom explore how the NHS can translate the theory of population health management into practical service changes that improve care for patients. They consider the role data will play, the challenges of limited data and whether a busy and tired health service can utilise population health data effectively. They also consider where and how Pharmaceutical and Medtech companies can support the NHS with population health management and service improvement.This episode was first released as a live webinar on



#38 Latent dynamics

Allen Instituteでのラボミーティング形式、リフレッシュ方法、PDF日本語訳の活用、等について雑談。フラッシュ論文紹介は、分スケールの周期を持つ反復する発火シーケンス@MEC、mPFCから海馬への長距離抑制性入力が起点となるdis-disinhibition回路、異なる個体の神経活動を類似した潜在空間に埋め込む手法、など。(5/23収録)
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SfN:Society for Neuroscience 北米神経科学会。世界最大の超巨大神経系学会。
Cosyne Meeting
近所のメキシコ料理屋の美味しいブリトー(El PelonのEl Guapo, guacamole追加がオススメ)
論文その1:Minute-scale oscillatory sequences in medial entorhinal cortex 
論文その2:Top-down control of hippocampal signal-to-noise by prefrontal long-range inhibition
Meno Witterによる、PFCから海馬への直接投射は無いよ、の論文
Rajasethupathy et al
No evidence from complementary data sources of a direct projection from the mouse anterior cingulate cortex to the hippocampal formation 
Peter Somogyiラボ
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《美國醫學會-精神醫學期刊》(JAMA Psychiatry)今天刊登了一篇我們的評論,分析「對失眠認知行為治療」(CBT-I),不一定要透過改善失眠,CBT-I 本身的許多元素,就有預防憂鬱症的效果。而且 CBT-I 本身預防憂鬱的效果,佔了80%左右的效應。 這篇評論分析一篇發表在JAMA PSychiatry隨機分派臨床試驗,將291位60歲以上有失眠困擾但是沒有憂鬱症的長輩,分成接受2個月CBT-I 實驗組,以及給予標準睡眠衛教的對照組,並且追蹤他們的睡眠與憂鬱症狀3年。結果發現CBT-I組在接下來3年發生憂鬱症的比率顯著比對照組低。 #為什麼治療失眠可以預防憂鬱症呢? 失眠本身就是憂鬱症的危險因子,因此治療失眠,憂鬱症的風險就降低了,這是非常直覺的想法。但有沒有可能CBT-I中改變認知、放鬆練習等技巧,就可以直接預防憂鬱症?此外,如果透過治療失眠來降低憂鬱症的風險,如果不是採用CBT-I,而是用安眠藥物來治療失眠,理論上應該也能預防憂鬱症。 這個複雜的因果關係推論,可以採用「中介效應分析」(mediation analysis)計算:CBT-I 對憂鬱症防治的效果,有多少比例是透過改善失眠,進而預防憂鬱症的「中介效應」(mediation effect);也可以算出多少比例的效應是不需要透過改善失眠,就預防憂鬱症的「直接效應」(direct effect)。如果「中介效應」的比例越高,則代表改善失眠是較重要的關鍵,任何可以改善失眠的藥物或者是藥物合併心理治療,都可能達到預防憂鬱症的效果;如果是「直接效應」的比例較高,則代表預防憂鬱的效果,是來自於「認知行為治療」本身的特性,如果採用藥物或其他的治療方式,可能就不會有同樣的效果。 #中介效應分析預防憂鬱的因果推論 從原始論文的圖表數據以及附錄資料中,我們推算出CBT-I對憂鬱症防治的效果中,中介效應的比例(proportion mediated)大約是23.9%。原研究團隊也採用我們所提供中介效應的分析方式,從原始數據估算,在短評的回應中也提到他們算中介效應的比例是20%,與我們的估計非常相近! 這代表CBT-I能預防憂鬱,大約有20%是透過改善失眠而預防憂鬱的;而有

Lionhearted Dentists with Dr. Steve Rasner

Dr. Steve Rasner

Tired of insurance-driven dentistry? Want your independence back? Dr. Steve Rasner shares protocols and strategies that will allow you to regain your independence and elevate your practice to extraordinary levels of success.


John Latimer

Conservation Conversations: History and Projects of Northern Waters Land Trust

Northern Waters Land Trust has a mission to preserve land to protect water

Science Rehashed

Science Rehashed Inc.

A Fireside Chat with Ali Khademhosseini

In the words of Dr. Ali Khademhosseini, "There is no question that tissue engineering will one day transform medicine.” After his first research experience at the University of Toronto, Dr. Khademhosseini fell in love with tissue engineering and its significant and life-changing impact on healthcare. Today, at the Terasaki Institute in Los Angeles, Dr. Khademhosseini focuses his research on developing various approaches to merge microfabrication techniques with hydrogel biomaterials to generate complex 3D tissues that mimic the natural cellular environment. In addition to being the author of more than 500 journal papers and speaker at more than 300 invited lectures, he is also the recipient of more than 60 major national and international awards and has been selected by Thomson Reuters as one of the World’s Most Influential Minds for five consecutive years. In this episode, Dr. Ali Khademhosseini tells us his story of discovery an

The Rounds Table

Dr. John Fralick and Dr. Michael Fralick

Episode 39 – Hypertension in Pregnancy and Oral Mircrobiome Therapy in Recurrent C. difficile Infection

Welcome back Rounds Table Listeners! We are back today with our Classic Rapid Fire Podcast! This week, Drs. Mike and John Fralick do a Rapid Fire session to discuss two recent papers exploring if an oral microbiome replacement therapy reduces risk of recurrent C. difficile infection and if treating mild chronic hypertension in pregnancy improves ...
The post Episode 39 – Hypertension in Pregnancy and Oral Mircrobiome Therapy in Recurrent C. difficile Infection appeared first on Healthy Debate.




The Aristotle Project

Adam Voight

The Refutation of Hedonism - "Nicomachean Ethics" III.4

Here Aristotle deals with the opinion that the ultimate goal of action is the experience of pleasure and the avoidance of pain. This will take us back to the doctrine that the soul has three parts or faculties and to a discussion about how they relate.

BioHackers Podcast

David James Clarke IV and Alex Feltus

Welcome to the BioHackers Podcast! Each week, David and Alex welcome a world-class BioHacking guest to explore interesting topics within the BioHacker movement, including Chaos Theory, AI in Biosciences, Climate Change, and BioHackathons. BioHackers are a community of digital biotechnicians dedicated to solving many of the world’s toughest problems by closing the data-driven R&D workforce demand gap. This ecosystem of skilled data workers work together to mitigate climate change, inequality in education, cancer, hunger, cultural resilience, and global digital transformation.

EBRC In Translation


10. DNA Synthesis with a Twist w/ Emily Leproust

In this episode, we interview Dr. Emily Leproust, CEO and co-founder of Twist Bioscience, a leading and rapidly growing synthetic biology and genomics company that is well-known for its disruptive DNA synthesis platform. We talk to Dr. Leproust about the future of DNA synthesis, making cloning obsolete, and eating challenges for breakfast.This episode was recorded in September 2021. During the interview, Emily mentions the publication of an article "last week" that happened in September of 2021. You can find this article here.For more information about EBRC, visit our website at ebrc.org. If you are interested in getting involved with the EBRC Student and Postdoc Association, fill out a membership application for graduate students and postdocs or for undergraduates and join today!

Doctor Entrepreneur Podcast

Dr. Glenn Vo

If you are a Health Care Professional that wants to grow their business or make an impact beyond the four walls of your practice, then this is the podcast for you. Dr. Glenn Vo will be connecting with Entrepreneurs and Industry Leaders to not only share their stories but to share their pearls of wisdom to get you inspired.

ASBMR Speaks


ASBMR Speaks is the only podcast dedicated to discussing the latest developments in bone, mineral and musculoskeletal research. The American Society for Bone and Mineral Research (ASBMR) is a professional, scientific and medical society established to bring together clinical and experimental scientists who are involved in the study of bone and mineral metabolism.

Game Changers in Medicine

Dramatic Health, Inc.

Game Changers in Medicine is a groundbreaking medical history podcast about the serendipitous events, chance encounters, and unlikely heroes and heroines behind some of the world’s most significant medical discoveries. Through oral histories, memoirs, and other first-person accounts, we get to know the scientists whose curiosity, innovation, and dogged determination contributed to game-changing medical discoveries that almost didn’t happen—and which continue to define patient care today.Created by Dramatic Health co-founder Sean Moloney, who serves as executive producer, with host Dr. Rubin Pillay, Professor of Medicine and Business, Assistant Dean for Global Health Innovation, School of Medicine, and Chief Innovation Officer at UAB Health System, University of Alabama at Birmingham. New episodes monthly.


The American Phytopathological Society (APS)

Robotics Revolution: Part 2

Phytopatholobot & scouting from space Special Guests: Katie Gold and Yu Jiang.

Somos SLPs

Camille Wagner Rodriguez

Somos SLPs es un podcast en español dedicado a la Patología del Habla y Lenguaje y en especial para ese 8% de clínicos que tiene mucho que decir. En este espacio de conversación y aprendizaje hablaremos sobre temas relacionados a ser SLP y en específicos sobre aquellos temas relacionados a la evaluación, tratamiento y manejo de individuos de habla hispana.

JACI: In Practice Issue Highlights

Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice (JACI)

The editors of The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (JACI): In Practice give a brief summary of each monthly issue, including a description of the theme reviews and other feature articles, and then a presentation of the Highlights of each of the Original Articles within.

Circulation on the Run

Carolyn Lam, MBBS, PhD

Circulation April 12, 2022 Issue

This week, please join author Enrico Ammirati and Guest Editor Stephane Heymans as they discuss the article "Prevalence, Characteristics, and Outcomes of COVID-19–Associated Acute Myocarditis." 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-host. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, 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. Well, Carolyn, this week's feature on this April 12, we are going to review COVID-19–associated acute myocarditis, looking at the prevalence and the outcomes. But before we get to that feature discussion, how about we grab a cup of coffee and discuss some of the other articles in the issue, and maybe there could be a quiz in there somewhere. Dr. Carol

The Drug Discovery World Podcast

Drug Discovery World (DDW)

What does gene-based medicine have to offer?

This is the latest episode of the free DDW podcast, “What does gene-based medicine have to offer?”. It covers two narrated articles written for Volume 22, Issue 3 – Summer 2021 of DDW.   The articles are called “Lipidomics in biomedical research: chance and challenges” and “Exploring gene-based medicine’s true potential”.  In the first article, Afrisha Anderson, a Product Manager at Merck KGaA, discusses the opportunities and challenges in lipidomics. In the second article, Christopher Doyle, PhD, Director, IBC Services at WCG, explains why he thinks vaccines for infectious diseases are just the tip of the iceberg when thinking about the promise of gene-based medicines. 

The Accad and Koka Report

Michel Accad and Anish Koka

Ep. 205 Stanley Goldfarb on Taking CRT Out of the Exam Room

Our guest is Dr. Stanley Goldfarb, author of the recently-released https://www.amazon.com/Take-Two-Aspirin-Call-Pronouns/dp/1642938491 (Take Two Aspirins and Call Me By My Pronouns), a book that details the intrusion of critical race theory and identity politics into medical education and medical practice. He is a former Associate Dean for Curriculum at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine and returns to the show to discuss his book and the new organization that he is leading to push back against the new trend.
Stanley Goldfarb: https://twitter.com/one1iron (Twitter)
https://donoharmmedicine.org/ (Do No Harm)

https://accadandkoka.com/episodes/episode102/ (Ep. 102) Curriculum Subverted: An Academic Leader Pushes Back Against Woke Medicine (with Stanley Goldfarb)
https://accadandkoka.com/episodes/episode141/ (Ep. 140) Amy Wa


Cindy Buckmaster

RAW Truth 2: Shift Happens

Over 95% of the animals involved in biomedical research are mice. These animals are incredibly important models for human disease because 85% of the genes that drive biological function in people and mice are identical, so genetic contributions to human disease can be strongly inferred by manipulating mouse genes. Large litters and short lifespans (about 2 years) also give us a unique opportunity to study disease and age progression across hundreds of mice in a single study. It's hard to overstate the value of research mice for understanding health and disease in people and other animals, but there are variables lurking within them that can throw study findings into a tailspin if we aren't watching. What are these "reproducibility" snatchers? And how can we manage them to drive the strongest science possible? Todd Little, an expert in mouse models of human disease, will give us the RAW Truth today - on GetReal!