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Best Baylor College of Medicine podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Baylor College of Medicine podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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They’ve done their research so you don’t have to.Body of Work is an exploration of health topics in the news and important matters facing science with experts from Baylor College of Medicine. Scientists, physicians and specialists from diverse disciplines discuss the impact of hot-button issues on healthcare, research, community and education.
 
Future Technologies Poised to Transform Our Lives For The Better are the focus of this podcast. Almost here means these technologies are Now Here, or Just Around The Corner. Listen to the latest future tech news & interviews, featuring Artificial Intelligence, 3D printing, stem cells, regenerative medicine, Bitcoin, Blockchain & other cutting-edge stuff.
 
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Gastrointestinal (GI) cancers such as esophageal and stomach cancer are on the rise worldwide, with under-resourced populations being particularly affected. Early detection of GI changes that can lead to cancer requires endoscopy, a procedure that involves the insertion of a thin tube into the body to image the tissues, identify signs of disease, a…
 
Neuroepigenetics entails processes that involve the neuro system. Dr. Isabelle Mansuy explains her research by exploring: How epigenetics determines cellular formation and is therefore fundamental in development. How life experiences can affect germ cells and how this is transmitted across generations. Why experiencing trauma at a young age will ca…
 
Quantgene combines deep genomics with AI to detect cancer very early. When you listen, you'll hear Mr. Bhakdi explain: What information they are able to glean from a blood test regarding cancer presence. The difference and benefit of a "liquid biopsy" or blood test compared with a conventional tumor biopsy. How this test is able to recognize mutati…
 
On today’s episode, Dr. Price shares his insight and information on a range of fascinating topics, including the following: How microbiota and viruses interact How oral microbes in mice have been shown to produce different phenotypes What purpose is served by each of the two separate lifestyles carried out by viruses in bacteria Whether or not viru…
 
“One of the unanticipated developments that really came from nano is that we evolved from chemistry, physics, engineering, medicine, toxicology, and so forth, and we learned to adopt each other’s approaches and adopt each other’s problems,” says Dr. Paul Weiss, UC Presidential Chair, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry, and Distingu…
 
Greg Paulsen, Director of Applications Engineering at Xometry (xometry.com), discusses the work they do at Xometry, including an overview of on-demand manufacturing services. Paulsen heads the Applications Engineering team that is responsible for handling special case projects that demand specialized attention to material selection, design-for-manu…
 
Is natural talent a real thing? Are human beings fundamentally different in that some are born with special capabilities, and others just aren’t? How are very high levels of performance attained? And how would the answer to these questions impact who receives access to limited resources? These are a few of the questions that Karl Ericsson has been …
 
Ben Atkinson, of the Functional Health podcast (FunctionalHealthInfo.com), is a nutritionist and health enthusiast. In this informative podcast, Ben talks about holistic wellness, functional medicine, and overall holistic health. Ben’s podcast, and site, is a complete resource guide for all kinds of important information regarding professional reco…
 
Renowned herbalist and nutritionist Donnie Yance talks about plant-based treatments with a focus on cancer management specifically. When you listen, you'll better understand How plants, by enduring stress during growth, develop compounds that help humans bodies handle their own stress. Why plant medicine can work together with traditional cancer tr…
 
Consumer wireless broadband connection uses better technology than the industrial sector. Mr. Kantor explains why and how Ondas is changing this through software defined radio projects and other technologies. When you listen, you'll hear: Why consumer and industrial networks can't work with the same technology for wireless broadband connections. Wh…
 
P. Shannon Pendergrast, PhD, Chief Science Officer at Ymir Genomics (ymirgenomics.com), discusses his company’s work in biomarker identification techniques. Dr. Pendergrast holds a PhD from the Rutgers University Waksman Institute of Microbiology in Molecular Genetics. He completed his post-doctoral training at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories. Dr. …
 
Dr. Annila, biophysics professor, explores the time and space relationship in this podcast. When you listen, you'll hear him discuss: Why he thinks Darwin's theory of natural selection can be approached through physics. How questions we ask about aspects of human existence change if we consider that everything is quanta (photons). If everything is …
 
Dr. Robin Smith, Lecturer in Physics at Sheffield Hallam University, UK, delivers an insightful overview of his work in nuclear physics research topics and experiments in nuclear physics. Dr. Smith earned his Ph.D. in nuclear physics at the University of Birmingham under the guidance of Dr. C. Wheldon and Prof. M. Freer. He is a distinguished lectu…
 
Anita Öst, Medical Faculty at Linköping University, provides an overview of the current state of epigenetics research as she discusses epigenetic inheritance in humans. Anita seeks to understand and thereby manipulate epigenetic metabolic programs that are set up by parental cues as well as early life events in an effort to design new treatments f…
 
Michael D. West, PhD, founder and CEO of AgeX Therapeutics, Inc. (agexinc.com), delivers an insightful overview of the effects of aging and the cellular aging mechanism. Dr. West received his PhD from Baylor College of Medicine with a concentration in the biology of cellular aging. He has spent the better part of his academic and business career fo…
 
It’s a belief that can be traced to the Ancient Greeks and Egyptians: the gut is the seat of emotion. Until recently, however, this idea hasn’t been given much attention in the world of modern science and research. On today’s podcast, gastroenterologist, author of over 320 peer-reviewed articles, and professor of physiology at the UCLA Microbiome C…
 
In this podcast, Dr. Jose Colon explains The different types of sleep interferences we may face. The efficacy of home-sleep studies versus sleep facility studies. Short and long-term sleep health benefits like significant concentration improvement. Triple board-certified author Dr. Jose Colon brings his expertise to this podcast by addressing many …
 
In today’s episode, Dr. Stasha Gominak discusses the gut microbiome, the benefits of vitamin D in terms of the microbiome, the importance of B vitamins, and how the microbiome affects sleep in general. As a neurologist with restless leg syndrome, Dr. Gominak has interesting insight on what it feels like to experience involuntary movements that inte…
 
Historically, researchers have performed clinical research studies exclusively on males. Dr. Nichole explains: Why this was the case and how this led to less effective medicine and treatment. What are laws and measures the medical community has taken to correct this off balance look at gender in health care. Why it is important to consider sex and …
 
OpGen uses genomics and informatics to improve management of patient infections by detecting antibiotic-resistant microbes. Mr. Jones describes How they do this by identifying the DNA of bacteria within hours rather than the days current tests take, and with more effective pathogen detection. Why this polymerase chain reaction test is able to be sp…
 
After Dinesh Thankur discovered the failings of a generic drug manufacturer in India, he's been on a campaign for change. When you listen to this discussion, you'll learn Why overseas drug companies are able to get away with producing these spurious drugs. How the middle player in the United States generic drug market, the Pharmacy Benefit Manager,…
 
Peter Jay Hotez, Dean for the National School of Tropical Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine, discusses vaccinations, the anti-science movement, and other critical issues regarding modern medicine. Additionally, the discussion covers global health issues, vaccination for hookworm infection, and other important information on vaccines. As a vaccin…
 
The truth is that most people who have sleep problems don’t really need to see a doctor about it; they just need to understand the problem, understand the challenges they’re having, and understand sleep, and then be given some ways to resolve it without using medications or medical devices or surgery,” says Jonathan Parker, who has worked as a dent…
 
Robert Munro, author, expert in human and machine intelligence, discusses his work, and the intersection between artificial intelligence (AI) and human intelligence. Munro discusses his background and what drove him to dig into AI, detailing the data side of AI and machine learning algorithms. He cites the example of autonomous vehicles, in that th…
 
Veronika Kralj-Iglic, PhD is a physicist and Chair of Biomechanics at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia who has done a variety of work in the field of medicine, classical physics, quantum physics, and orthopedics, but who says her favorite work has revolved around extracellular vesicle research. Why? According to Dr. Kralj-Iglic, it’s because o…
 
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