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In this podcast series, editors-in-chief from the JACC family of specialty journals provide highlights and summarize key findings for select issues. Published by the American College of Cardiology, the JACC Journals publish peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of cardiovascular disease, including original clinical studies, translational investigations with clear clinical relevance, state-of-the art papers, and review articles. They are top ranked for impact factor and their manuscripts are ...
 
Thousands of patients every year are admitted to hospitals because of irregular, fast, or strong heartbeats. Each year at least one in 4 Americans is diagnosed with heart condition. And at that point there are some very important decisions to make for your future. The harsh reality is - your doctor will not have enough time to go over them in detail. This is where Heart Rhythm Center Podcast can help! We are your “what, why, and how” of palpitations, heart rhythm disorders, pacemakers, and d ...
 
As part of our mission to end cardiovascular disease, The Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation offers weekly cardiology Grand Rounds to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in cardiology. These weekly meetings feature topics from the following cardiac specialty areas: congestive heart failure, electrophysiology, cardiac imaging, interventional cardiology, heart disease prevention, cardiac surgery, vascular/endovascular and miscellaneous.
 
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Prof John O'Connor, head of teaching in UCD SBBS is my guest this week. He chats to me about his career in electrophysiology and his interests into how the immune system affects memory in a region of the brain called the hippocampus. We also discuss his latest work on stroke and preconditioning tissues for hypoxic insult. John also fondly recalls h…
 
Dr Elizabeth Wayne, assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon University is my guest this week. She chats to me about her fascinating work on immunoengineering in the context of cancer, how 'everything we need to fight cancer is inside our body' and how her research works to harness this. Throughout this episode Liz uses some hilarious analogies to de…
 
Prof Alan Kelly, professor in the school of food and nutritional sciences at UCC is my guest on the podcast this week. Alan delves into the world of food and dairy science in this episode. We chat about the 'science is still catching up with the art of food', the importance of food processing (contrary to popular belief) and how dairy processing is…
 
"Regulation of vocal precision by noradrenergic modulation of a motor nucleus" In this podcast, Editor-in-Chief, Nino Ramirez talks with Dr. Marc Schmidt (University of Pennsylvania) about his Research Article which explores recent theories of norepinephrine (NE) function regarding the stimulation of the norepinephrine function that NE can act dire…
 
Professor Jacintha O'Sullivan joins me this week to chat about her Translational Oncology research group in the Trinity Translational Medicine Institute at St James's hospital. She talks to me about her work on gastrointestinal cancers, both Colorectal and Oesophageal and how her studies on tumour microenvironment, metabolism and angiogenesis could…
 
Prof Emma Teeling, head of Zoology at UCD is my guest on the podcast this week. Emma talks about her fascinating research into bats and how uncovering the bat genome may unlock the secrets to health and longevity. Emma discusses how studying bats can impact human health by examining their mechanisms of ageing and inflammation, her field trips to Br…
 
Brian Pennie is my guest on the podcast this week. He talks about growing up surrounded by drug and alcohol abuse, how this lead him down a road of chronic heroin addiction and crippling anxiety, how he overcame these issues and where he is today, a PhD researcher in the Trinity Institute of Neuroscience. Brian's research now focuses on using inter…
 
In this podcast, new Editor-in-Chief Nino Ramirez talks with Dr. Monica Gorassini (University of Alberta) about her recent article which employed a "new method of estimating synaptic drive to multiple, simultaneously recorded motor units" in order to explore the contribution of persistent inward currents to self-sustained firing across motoneuron s…
 
Prof Laoise McNamara is my guest this week. She chats to me about her biomedical engineering research group in NUIG and her ongoing research in the field of mechanobiology . She also talks about her work on bone remodeling in the context of Osteoporosis and cancer metastasis. We also chat about the importance of effective science communication and …
 
Prof Marina Lynch, professor of cellular neuroscience in Trinity College Dublin is my guest this week. She chats to me about her research into neuroinflammation in Alzheimers disease, her findings on memory and coming up against criticism for going against the grain in her early days. Marina also chats about her experience in boarding school, her p…
 
In this episode I chat to Dr Tom Flanagan about his research career merging the fields of tissue engineering and cardiovascular research. He talks to me about his research experience in Germany, his work on umbilical cord tissue (including his own sons tissue!!) and how this work could drastically improve the surgical landscape for infants with con…
 
Welcome back to Season 2 of Unravelling Science! In this episode I chat to Prof Christine Loscher about her research into immune health and nutrition in DCU. We discuss the impact of your immune status on overall health, how we can mine & harvest immunomodulatory agents from our food and what supermarkets may look like in the future. Christine also…
 
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