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Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine is a research-intensive medical school that fosters powerful collaborations on a thriving academic medical campus. We are driven by our mission to transform the practice of medicine and profoundly impact human health beyond the individual patient. We believe better answers only come from discovery.
 
Ipse Dixit is a podcast on legal scholarship. Each episode of Ipse Dixit features a different guest discussing their scholarship. The podcast also features several special series. "From the Archives" consists historical recordings potentially of interest to legal scholars and lawyers. "The Homicide Squad" consists of investigations of the true stories behind different murder ballads, as well as examples of how different musicians have interpreted the song over time. "The Day Antitrust Died?" ...
 
Murder and madness, witches and war: Librivox presents a recording of Macbeth, perhaps Shakespeare's best known tragedy. Macbeth, a general in King Duncan's army, is given a prophecy by a trio of witches: he himself will become king. Fired by ambition and goaded by his ruthless wife, he murders Duncan and assumes the throne. More killings follow as Macbeth attempts to retain his crown, until he discovers that prophecies are not always what they seem. (Summary by Laurie Anne Walden) Cast: Dun ...
 
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COVID-19 vaccines are being doled out across the nation, almost exclusively to adults. Pfizer's vaccine has been authorized for ages 16 and up and Moderna's vaccine for 18 and up. So when might younger children be vaccinated for COVID-19? And what needs to happen before then? Northwestern's William Muller, MD, PhD, offers insight.…
 
It’s that time again! Very fun episode this week. I was delighted to talk to Chris Hillman about his work with The Byrds and The Flying Burrito Brothers, as well as the process he went through to write his recent autobiography. We chat about memory, his songwriting process, and what people misunderstand about him. You might not recognise the name B…
 
In this episode, Martha Buskirk, Professor of Art History and Criticism at Montserrat College of Art, discusses her new book "Is It Ours?: Art, Copyright, and Public Interest," which will be published by the University of California Press. Buskirk begins by reflecting on why art and copyright should care about each other. She describes particular e…
 
In this episode, Judge Lee Rudofsky of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas discusses the work of a federal judge. Judge Rudofsky begins by describing his path to the judiciary, as well as the nomination and confirmation process. He explains the experience of learning how to do the job of judging and what he looks f…
 
In this episode, the Honorable James E. Baker, Professor of Law at Syracuse University College of Law, Director of Institute for Security Policy and Law, and Professor of Public Administration in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, discusses his new book "The Centaur’s Dilemma: National Security Law for the Coming AI Revolution," …
 
In this episode, Steve Fuller, Professor of Sociology at the University of Warwick, discusses his new book, "A Player's Guide to the Post-Truth Condition: The Name of the Game" which is published by Anthem Press. Fuller begins by explaining what he means by the "post-truth condition," and how it affects the way we think about the production of know…
 
Prediction Markets provide an exchange for trading based on the outcome of events. Most prediction markets are centralized- they operate like a casino, where betting takes place under the supervision of one central governing organization. This makes the market less efficient than it otherwise might be: the central organization is a business, and it…
 
Drs. Carl Regillo, Nadia Waheed, Anat Loewenstein, and Jeffrey Heier join to discuss their respective talks at the Angiogenesis 2021 meeting, including the port delivery system phase 3 results, gene therapy for geographic atrophy, home OCT monitoring with artificial intelligence, and faricimab phase 3 results for AMD.…
 
In this episode, Robert Anderson, Professor of Law at Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law, introduces ScholarSift, a new analytics platform for law reviews he created with co-founder Trent Wenzel. He discusses initially identifying the need for a platform like ScholarSift and distinguishes it from other search functions with which listeners …
 
How are you? This episode Steve Hackett returns to Sending Signals to discuss his remarkable new album “Under A Mediterranean Sky”. We discuss the effect of location and geography on creating music, and for some reason, the movies of Jack Hawkins. Also this episode Steve Rothery puts up with my disparaging remarks about their 1999 record “Marillion…
 
Dr. Rachitskaya highlights the upcoming Vit-Buckle Society webinar on reproductive planning for ophthalmologists on February 17th. To register, visit https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_IVviENn2QoqwOJMWBKT7MQ.By Jayanth Sridhar
 
In this episode, Michael Higdon, Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Professor of Law at the University of Tennessee Knoxville College of Law, discusses his article "If You Grant It, They Will Come: The History and Enduring Legal Legacy of Migratory Divorce." Higdon begins by explaining what migratory divorce is, and why it developed in resp…
 
In this episode, Scott J. Shapiro, Charles F. Southmayd Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy at Yale Law School, discusses the DocProject, a new program of the Media Freedom and Information Access Clinic at Yale Law School. Shapiro describes the origins of the DocProject, and the kinds of advice it provides to documentary filmmakers about p…
 
Blockchain technology has a wide variety of potential applications. Fields such as finance, supply chain management, and even voting have seen innovations driven by the development of distributed applications built on blockchains, called DApps. However, developing a DApp on a blockchain often requires low-level knowledge about cryptographic protoco…
 
Since SARS-CoV-2 was discovered in Illinois over a year ago, Northwestern scientists have been tracking the evolution of the disease in the Chicago area. Ramón Lorenzo-Redondo, PhD, research assistant professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases, is part of the team leading this work. He talks about the team's research, the new COVI…
 
What would happen if you took red state rural voters on a walk into the woods with left-wing environmental activists and experimental music fans? Our guest this episode knows the answer. BRIAN HARNETTY is a composer and an interdisciplinary artist using sound and listening to foster social change. While Brian studied composition at the Royal Academ…
 
Ms. Joy Woodke from the AAO joins to discuss 2021 E/M coding changes, review common scenarios, and how to adjust usage of E/M versus eye codes.Relevant Disclosures: Ms. Woodke is a coding and practice management executive at the American Academy of OphthalmologyYou can now claim CME credits via the AAO website. Visit https://www.aao.org/browse-mult…
 
In this episode, Steph Tai, Professor of Law at the University of Wisconsin Law School, discusses their article "Legalizing the Meaning of Meat," which is published in the Loyola University Chicago Law Journal. Tai begins by explaining the historical development of the meaning of meat, and different kinds of foods that have been considered meat in …
 
In this episode, Giorgio Angelini and Arthur Jones, the filmmakers of the documentary "Feels Good Man," which won the Sundance 2020 Special Jury Prize, and Louis Tompros of WilmerHale, discuss artist Matt Furie, his character Pepe the Frog, Pepe's memeification and appropriation by the alt-right, and Furie's legal battle to save Pepe. They describe…
 
Hello again! This episode I’m joined by author Mike Gayle, and drummer Andy Williams from the band Doves. Both guests were excellent company and I hope you enjoy it. As you will hear, Mike has a history in music and teen journalism. His first novel “My Legendary Girlfriend” was published in 1998. Last year he released his 17th book, the excellent “…
 
Dr. M. Ali Khan joins the podcast to discuss his recent publication concerning vitreoretinal fellow perceptions of private equity acquisitions of retina practices. The paper can be found here (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33359546/). Relevant financial Disclosures: None You can now claim CME credits via the AAO website. Visit https://www.aao.org…
 
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