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Best Cvr podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Cvr podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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What is a virus? How do they cause disease? What can we do to stop them? Find out here, in the podcast from the Medical Research Council (MRC)-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research (CVR), brought to you by our staff and students.
 
A podcast about Honda cars from the R-Type Civic to the CRV.News, views, opinions and advice on all things Honda and Acura.Honda Talk is pesented by Ian Wright and Matt Eugenio.
 
The Coachella Valley's realest podcast! With special guests, live podcasts around the valley, and much more.
 
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Season 3 Episode 10: In this episode of Contagious Thinking Connor and Elihu are talking with Dr Laura McCoy about why study and continue to study broadly neutralizing antibodies against HIV, and the role of B cell biology in HIV infection and vaccine responses. She also discusses her career so far, and gives advice to PhD and early career research…
 
Season 3 Episode 9: In this episode of Contagious Thinking Jack and Elena are talking with Dr Rachel Edgar about about her research investigating how the circadian clock of a host can affect viral infection, and how viruses can exploit our body clocks to aid their replication and spread. She also discusses her career so far, and gives advice to PhD…
 
Today on the Contagious Thinking podcast, Douglas and Elena are joined by Professor Rune Hartmann from Aarhus University who tells us about his work on understanding type III interferons, their role in immunity and viral infection and their evolution. He also describes some of his work with fruit flies and has some great advice for young scientists…
 
In this episode, ex-postdoc Dr Connor Bamford will be speaking with Dr Rachel Ulferts from the Francis Crick Institute in London after she came to Glasgow recently to present her fascinating work.Dr Ulferts is currently a postdoc in the lab of Dr Rupert Beale at the Crick where she works on influenza virus and a cell process known as autophagy - or…
 
HUSH-ing HIV - A Podcast with Professor Paul LehnerSeason 3 Episode 6: In this episode of Contagious Thinking Jack and Arthur are talking with Professor Paul Lehner about HIV and silencing of these viruses by the newly discovered HUSH complex. Paul talks about his career so far and his research on HIV. He further explains how he and colleagues disc…
 
In this special episode for our Spanish speakers listeners, Mila and Elihu are talking with Carolina Lopez about how viruses interact with the immune system during infection. As viruses copy their genomes, a large number of defective copies are made. Carolina studies the different forms of a virus, including those with regular and defective copies …
 
Season 3 Episode 4: This week Jack and Douglas are talking ticks with Professor Pat Nuttall, where we hear about how changing conditions are increasing the risk of tick-borne viruses and how these viruses benefit from the peculiar properties of tick saliva.You can find our previous content on arboviruses over at cvrblog.myportfolio.com, email us at…
 
In this episode we’re welcoming Professor Paul Griffiths, from the Royal Free hospital and University College London. Professor Griffiths - who is a clinician by training - came to the CVR in Glasgow earlier this year to give a seminar. Connor (an ex CVR-postdoc) caught up with Paul in this episode and discuss his favourite virus, human cytomegalov…
 
Professor Ann Palmenberg from the University of Wisconsin-Madison talking to us about her journey through academia as a virologist, her views on vaccines and women in science. As always, you can find our previous content at cvrblog.myportfolio.com/, email us at cvrcontagiousthinking@gmail.com or tweet us @CVRblogFeaturing: Ann Palmenberg, Connor Ba…
 
This is the third season of the refreshing virology podcast. In this episode, we’re starting off with Dr Juan Fontana, a structural biologist from the University of Leeds. Juan speaks with fellow postdoc Connor Bamford, about his career so far in Virology, how cryoEM works, and how he uses this technique to study deadly human viruses.As always, you…
 
In this final episode, we change gears, from innate immunity to virus biology and evolution. Today, postdocs Connor and Elihu talk with Dr. Robert Gifford, CVR’s resident evolutionary virologist and senior research fellow. Rob’s lab combines sequence data and software development to explore virus genomics and coevolution of viruses and their hosts.…
 
Season 2 Episode 7: Today Connor's following on the theme of innate immunity started by Greg and Adam in the last two episodes and is joined by Dr Marlene Dreux, Team Leader in immunovirology at the Centre International de Recherche en Infectiologie (CIRI) in Lyon, France. Marlene combines cell biology, viruses and immunity to find out how our cell…
 
Season 2 Episode: 6I hope you enjoyed last week’s episode with Jack, Douglas and Greg Towers because now we’re continuing on that theme and speaking with Dr Adam Fletcher, a fellow innate/intrinsic immunity enthusiast, like Greg.Adam (https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=cEzmpPEAAAAJ&hl=en), has led work on fantastic papers onto the detailed…
 
Season 2 Episode 5: Having heard about Dr Liz Wright's work with HIV and Cryo EM last week, this week Jack and Douglas take a deep dive into the HIV field with Professor Greg Towers. Having established a enduring interest in HIV virology at a young age, Prof. Towers and his lab - based at University College London - work on some of the fundamental …
 
Season 2 Episode 4: It’s hard to get anywhere in microbiology without a microscope, and the cutting edge right now is cryo-electron microscopy, where samples are frozen in clear ice, so they stay in their natural state when they’re viewed.In this week’s episode, Connor is joined by Dr Liz Wright from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, who explain…
 
Season 2 Episode 3: This week we're discussing sepsis, a major complication of infection (from bacteria AND viruses) which can lead to multiple organ failure and death. Following on from the first two episodes in this series, influenza virus in one such infection that can lead to sepsis. The only treatments for sepsis are indirect drugs that target…
 
Season 2 Episode 2: Today we are discussing another virus everyone is familiar with, especially now the winter season is here, influenza. But today we are changing tack, and bringing some physics into the mix.Joining us (postdocs Shirin Ashraf and Connor Bamford) is Dr. Nicole Robb, from the University of Oxford. Dr. Robb is a virologist, who likes…
 
Season 2 Episode 1: Today we’re welcoming a very special guest to Contagious Thinking, Prof Yoshihiro Kawaoka, the 2018 Sir Michael Stoker Prize winner.The Stoker prize is an annual lecture awarded to an influential virologist, chosen by everyone who is not a group leader or PI at the CVR. Previous winners include David Baltimore, Beatrice Hahn and…
 
Matt Eugenio and Ian Wright convene again to talk all about Honda.By Ian Wright
 
In the last episode of our current series Jack, Yasmin and Andrew are joined by renowned virologist and Nobel laureate Professor David Baltimore, the 2017 winner of the CVR's Sir Michael Stoker Award, to discuss his career. David and his lab have been involved in key developments in virology such as discovering reverse transcriptase (and therefore …
 
This week Connor, Jack and Andrew are joined by Professor Ian Goodfellow from the University of Cambridge to hear about his career so far in virology and his recent work in helping stop viruses in Africa including during the recent West African Ebola outbreak. If you like this podcast check out some of our previous content about viruses like ebola …
 
This week Jack and Douglas are joined by Professor Jean-Luc Immler to hear about the immune system of insects, and the value of researching fruit flies.If you like this podcast check out some of our previous content about arboviruses over at cvrblogs.myportfolio.com.Music: The Zeppelin by Blue Dot Sessions (freemusicarchive.org/music/Blue_Dot…_Zepp…
 
This week Jack is joined by Professor Thomas Schulz to hear about the Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus, the most common cause of tumours in men in sub-Saharan Africa, and how herpesviruses mask themselves from our immune systems.If you like this podcast check out some of our previous content about herpesviruses over at cvrblogs.myportfolio.c…
 
Join Connor Bamford and Andrew Shaw for this week’s episode where we’re thinking bigger than we have before this series. Think about how influenza virus and similar viruses like varicella zoster virus - or the chickenpox virus- behave on the global scale.In this episode we're joined by Dr Kevin Bakker, a postdoc in the lab of Dr Daniel Streicker he…
 
This week on Honda Talk, Matt and Ian are joined by brand expert and advocate HondaPro Jason. We get the HondaPro origin story, and Jason brings us the scoop on the all-new Honda Insight. We also get the story of his Civic Type-R and discuss the new Accord and Acura's.By Ian Wright
 
This week Jack, Connor and Andrew are joined by Dr Gulsah Gabriel to hear about the barriers influenza virus must overcome to breakinto a cell. These barriers are important for dictating which hosts can be infected by different types of influenza virus. If a strain of virus can overcome barriers in a new host, it can rapidly spread through a popula…
 
This week, Jack and Connor are joined by Dr Yohei Yamauchi to hear about how an influenza virus particle is unpacked after breaking into a cell. This is an incredibly important part of the viruses life cycle as all viruses must enter into our cells in order to cause an infection. You can find out more about Yohei’s work over at his lab's website, h…
 
This week Matt and Ian are joined by photographer and and car enthusiast Jim Donnelly.By Ian Wright
 
In the first episode of our new series, Jack is joined by PhD student Bernadeta Dadonaite from the University of Oxford to hear about how the flu virus arranges its genome inside the virus particle. Bernadeta studied the flu genome structure by using a technique called 'SHAPE-Map', which stands for: Selective 2'-hydroxyl acylation analyzed by prime…
 
This week Matt and Ian went to the Eibach Honda meet at Fontana Speedway in a Honda Type-R. Join them as they come home in the Type-R for their thoughts and opinions. Spoiler: It's awesome.By Ian Wright
 
Matt and Ian are joined this week by Jordan Faulkner. Matt and Jordan recently took the Honda Clarity Hybrid on a range testing expidition to San Fransisco and share their suprising results. We also talk about the story of the time Honda trolled GM using a Chevy Impala.By Ian Wright
 
Matt and Ian drop some Honda trivia before talking about the latest news. Honda won an award almost as important as a Both Hand Drive Car Of Choice Award. The new Insight is on the way and Ian forgot he wrote about it, and the Acura RDX hit the spotlight at the Detroit Auto Show. Also: SPOON.By Ian Wright
 
This week Matt and Ian look back at 2017 and the Honda cars they have reviewed and then talk about what they want to check out in 2018. It was the year of the Civic and between them they experienced the Civic Sport, the Touring Sedan, The Si and Type-R. They also experienced the Acura TLX together. Of course, the Accord Coupe cropped up… because Ac…
 
This week Matt drove a Civic Type-R and gives us the low down and drops a little surprise. We also talk about Honda’s electric dreams and wonder what they will do with hybrids.By Ian Wright
 
CVR Contagious Thinking Episode #24: World AIDS Day with HIV expert Professor David Robertson, PI and head of bioinformatics at the CVR.Today, the 1st of December marks World AIDS day. A day designed to raise awareness of those 37 million people infected with HIV (and the potential for that number to grow) and this year aims to end Isolation, Stigm…
 
Matt and Ian are back again to talk Honda. This week they cover Honda based stories including: Motor Authority has decided the best car to buy in 2018 is the Civic Type-R, and Carmax has paid $20,000 for a well advertised ’96 Accord. Honda UK has a problem with Brexit and someone in America has the perfect EG Civic. Don't forget you can support Hon…
 
Matt and Ian are back to talk about Honda. They are excited at the Type-R crate engine announced at SEMA. On top of that, the idea of a new S2000 type car will not die. In fact, it's been warmed up by Honda itself.By Ian Wright
 
Happy Halloween from all at the CVR!About this time last year in 2016 we made an episode of Contagious Thinking (which I encourage you all to have a listen to/see link at the end) about vampire bats and the deadly rabies virus that they can carry and spread across Latin America. Vampire bats can carry the rabies virus and pass it to a person or a f…
 
This week Matt and Ian talk about Hondas unveiling of a sport EV, an automated cooler and then follow up about the Acura TLX A-Spec after taking it for another drive on a tight road. Visit our Patreon for the After Dark podcast feed and more: https://www.patreon.com/bothhanddrive Links: Honda Sports EV Concept: https://honda-tech.com/articles/honda…
 
This week: Matt has been driving an Acura TLX A-Spec and dropped by the hastily constructed Honda Talk recording studio to talk about it.By Ian Wright
 
Matt and Ian are joined by Bradley Brownell after he went to preview and experience the next generation of Honda's flagship.By Ian Wright
 
In this episode of Contagious Thinking Elihu and Connor talk with Steve Polyak from the University of Washington in Seattle USA about how some drugs stop viruses from infecting us. In particular we chat about his work on a drug Arbidol that can block many viruses and is actually an over-the-counter medicine in Russia and China. All life lives in a …
 
This episode: Ian and Matt review the end of an era: The 2017 Honda Accord Coupe.By Ian Wright
 
This week Matt and Ian talk about Honda's Urban EV Concept car and get introspective about electronic driving aids and where the automotive industry is going.By Ian Wright
 
This week is a trial run. Ian goes for a drive in a 2017 Accord with you as a passenger. There's is a small sound issue, but if this goes down well enough to do again, we'll fix that.By Ian Wright
 
This week Ian and Matt have conversation then answer questions about the Honda S2000.By Ian Wright
 
This week Matt and Ian talk about the upcoming 2018 Honda Accord and the big changes it will bring with it. They then take some questions, including one about the Acura NSX.By Ian Wright
 
This is the origin of the Honda Talk podcast. Matt came on the Both Hand Drive podcast with Ian, and they ended up talking about Hondas for the Majority of the episode. A bond was formed, and a new podcast was born.By Ian Wright
 
In the latest episode of Contagious Thinking, join CVR PhD student Jack Hirst and postdoc Connor Bamford as they chat with Dr Charles Masembe about his work on some of Africa's most important animal viruses. Charles works currently on a virus called African swine fever virus (ASFV), which causes a deadly disease in domestic pigs that can cause grea…
 
Welcome to Contagious Thinking, the podcast from the MRC-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research. In this episode 20, we’re discussing the respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, a virus which will infect all of us before we’re three years old and can be deadly in the very young or old. Moreover, RSV has a particularly high burden of disease a…
 
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