Best Interdisciplinary podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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SynTalk
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SynTalk (short for Synthesis Talk) is a freewheeling interdisciplinary talk show with a philosophical approach to understanding the world from a long term perspective. SynTalk believes that all understanding lies on nodes, and it therefore brings together concepts, ideas and impulses from different epistemological categories. SynTalk usually deals with disciplines such as art, mathematics, computer science, literature, logic, sciences, social sciences, philosophy, psychology, media, music, m ...
 
Multiple sclerosis is a disease where patients and their caregivers must face difficult, life-altering news regarding disease progression, increased functional disability, and diminished quality of life. Providing an explanation for the diagnosis of MS requires that physicians and the multidisciplinary team improve the "scientific and human quality of the information given to their patients" and that physicians are adept at articulate and empathetic counseling techniques. In this neuroscienc ...
 
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Akademipodden
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The Young Academy of Sweden is a interdisciplinary academy for a selection of the most prominent, younger researchers in Sweden. Its operations rest on four pillars: internationalization, outreach, science policy, and transdisciplinarity. The Academy is an independent platform that provides younger researchers with a strong voice in the science policy debate and that promotes science and research, often focusing on children and young adults. In the Academy young researchers meet across insti ...
 
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Re:thinking
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Re:thinking is an interdisciplinary podcast exploring ideas at the intersection of philosophy and technology.
 
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TOA.life Podcast
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Exploration. Access. Expertise.
 
A collection of lectures organised by the Humanities Society of Wolfson College, Cambridge.Our aim is to act as a forum for stimulating ideas across the boundaries between the Humanities and other fields of study. We offer a programme with international and interdisciplinary interest, featuring talks on a range of cultural contexts, themes, and from a range of historical periods and perspectives, with a balance between early career researchers, up and coming scholars, and world class professors.
 
“Whatever we call reality is a fantasy that has got studdorn and blocked and become obscured to the flow of psychic energy in it,” James Hillman. In this weekly podcast, we are going to explore relevant topics through an interdisciplinary lens drawing from the work of James Hillman, archetypal psychology, critical theory, somatic depth psychology, and post-jungian theory.Joyously subverting the current paradigm our culture is locked into.
 
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YU Ideas
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Welcome to YU Ideas, an initiative hosted by the Office of the Provost of Yeshiva University.At Yeshiva University, we believe that our Judaic voice can impact the global conversation. YU Ideas brings the Yeshiva University community’s vast interdisciplinary resources to bear on important topics relating to one of four themes of central significance to human society: Education, the Marketplace, Leadership, and Values in the world of tomorrow.
 
Get a glimpse of outstanding fundamental research! In this podcast, scholars from all over the world talk about everything from the relationships between dogs and humans to the unforeseen consequences of glaciers’ retreat. CAS (Senter for grunnforskning / Centre for Advanced Study) hosts three international and interdisciplinary research groups each year. 799785
 
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CAA Conversations
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Podcast by CAA
 
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Nature Podcast
Weekly
 
The Nature Podcast brings you the best stories from the world of science each week. We cover everything from astronomy to zoology, highlighting the most exciting research from each issue of Nature journal. We meet the scientists behind the results and providing in-depth analysis from Nature's journalists and editors.
 
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Human Current
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The Complexity Podcast. Stories, interviews & casual conversations about the systems that shape our world & our work. Drawing inspiration from science, business and everyday life, we explore how understanding complex systems can help us make sense of the world.
 
Project Oncology® presents a wide array of oncology topics designed to educate and enlighten practitioners on late-breaking discoveries, novel treatment options, evolving methods of patient management, and more. This series provides cutting-edge updates on cancer biology, diagnosis, and multidisciplinary management, as well as evidence-based recommendations to achieve optimal patient outcomes.
 
Strength and Conditioning Journal is the professional journal of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). The purpose "SCJ Podcasts" is to highlight current topics in the journal related to the field of strength and conditioning. The NSCA and SCJ are committed to the mission of integrating the practical experience of professionals in our field with evidence-based research to provide practitioners with the most accurate information available. The "SCJ Podcasts" will be a ver ...
 
Exploring the interaction between the medium of comics and the discourse of healthcare. Episodes include conversations with comic authors, academics and healthcarers, plus select presentations from our international Comics & Medicine Conferences. Our podcast is hosted by MK Czerwiec, and new episodes are generally released weekly in .m4a format with embedded images to go along with the audio. Visit graphicmedicine.org to view our podcasts in either .m4a or .mp3 (audio-only).
 
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BioScience Talks
Monthly
 
BioScience Talks , published by the American Institute of Biological Sciences, is the monthly discussion podcast of the journal BioScience.
 
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Dad AF Podcast
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Parenting, but without all the fluffy BS.
 
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All Autism Talk
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"Connecting the Autism Community One Podcast at a Time" Our podcast offers a friendly conversation with inspiring individuals in the autism community. Our aim is to provide valuable insights and information as well as access to support in communities throughout the United States. Join us! Know an inspiring group or individual we should talk to? We would love to hear from you at moreinfo@autismtherapies.com
 
Global Health Conference Midwest (GHCM) is an opportunity for professionals, faculty, and students to connect, collaborate, and learn about pertinent and emerging topics in global health. GHCM represents professionals, graduates schools, undergraduates, faculty, community organizations, and community members. The purpose of the conference is to catalyze action in Global Health by providing insight into global health issues, promoting a common voice for those interested in global health, fost ...
 
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Methods
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Methods is a podcast from the National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM). The centre conducts research and training in social science research methods, aiming to advance methodological understanding and practice across the UK social science research community. Through 15 minute interviews with researchers, Methods highlights the latest developments in social science methods research, showcasing innovative ideas and new research findings and demonstrating their impact.
 
The STEMcast Podcast is hosted by Dr. Reagan Flowers and is designed to inspire and advance STEM perspectives. Dr. Flowers interviews STEM + Art + Communications professionals from all walks of life and discusses the significance of C-STEM in their professional and personal life. You can expect a new episode each month with a complimentary newsletter.
 
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UAB MedCast
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The Official Podcast of UAB Medicine, knowledge that will change your world.
 
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We Are FOUND
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FOUND is a welcoming and inclusive Christian faith community. We come from all walks of life. We love our neighbour no matter what they believe. We work towards the most good for all people.
 
PeerView Press is an independent, professional medical publishing company focused on gathering and reporting information pertaining to clinically relevant advances and developments in the science and practice of medicine. As publishers of PeerView Publications, PeerView Press is solely responsible for the selection of publication topics, the preparation of editorial content and the distribution of all materials it publishes.
 
PeerView is an independent, professional medical publishing company focused on gathering and reporting information pertaining to clinically relevant advances and developments in the science and practice of medicine. As publishers of PeerView Publications, PeerView is solely responsible for the selection of publication topics, the preparation of editorial content and the distribution of all materials it publishes.
 
movement research is one of the world's leading laboratories for the investigation of dance and movement-based forms. Valuing the individual artist and their creative process and vital role within society, Movement Research is dedicated to the creation and implementation of free and low-cost programs that nurture and instigate discourse and experimentation. Movement Research strives to reflect the cultural, political and economic diversity of its moving community, including artists and audie ...
 
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The episode opens with Alice Jaggers and host MK Czerwiec discussing Graphic Medicine News. That segment is followed by Whit Taylor‘s keynote address from the 2018 Comics & Medicine conference in White River Junction, Vermont. See the main website post on this episode for images and links to all the comics whit mentions. Download episode.…
 
In this episode, Haley talks with Dr. Mihaela Ulieru, a scholar of distributed intelligent systems, Founder and President of the IMPACT Institute for the Digital Economy, and Chief Alchemist at Endor. Ulieru talks about the interplay between society and technology and its effects on our humanity. She shares many paradoxical examples for how tec ...…
 
Advances and Challenges in Refining the Use of Cancer Immunotherapies Through Biomarker Testing: Practical Guidance for Pathologists on the Front Lines of the Immuno-Oncology Revolution
 
The Central Role of Biomarker Testing in Piecing Together the Immuno-Oncology Puzzle: Essential Guidance for Pathologists to Maximize the Potential of Cancer Immunotherapies
 
This week, the links between atherosclerosis and sleep-deprivation, and how team size affects research outputs.
 
In recent years, calls to preserve greater swaths of the Earth's land- and seascapes have grown. In particular, numerous conservationists have called for the protection of half of the planet's surface, a bold initiative that would preserve much of the world's existing biodiversity and ecosystem function. However, the path to such a "half-Earth" ...…
 
In her new book Leading While Muslim (Rowman & Littlefield, 2018), Dr. Debbie Almontaser examines the lived experiences of American Muslim principals to determine whether global events, political discourse, and the media coverage of Islam and Muslims post-9/11 have affected their leadership and spirituality. Leading While Muslim is intended to ...…
 
Management of patients with Central Airway Obstruction can be difficult, but new therapeutic and diagnostic tools are now available that are beneficial to most patients and almost all airway obstruction can be relieved expeditiously. Hitesh Batra, MD examines how the most comprehensive approach to treatment is offered at UAB and that the manage ...…
 
In this episode preview, we share a clip from our interview with Dr. Mihaela Ulieru, a scholar of distributed intelligent systems. Ulieru is also Founder and President of the IMPACT Institute for the Digital Economy and Chief Alchemist at Endor. In this clip, Ulieru talks about how leaders can identify whether or not their business is "blockcha ...…
 
Monica Zandi is a writer, educator, and graduate art student at Hunter College.Stephanie Cortazzo is a multimedia artist who recently had a show entitled "Cosmic Crisis" and is in the Brooklyn Collage Collective (http://www.brooklyncollagecollective.com/).
 
*In this episode we mention a Free Development Screening - details listed below. Date/Time: Saturday, Feb 9th, 9am to 12pm Location: AST Learning Center - West Loop, 670 W. Hubbard St., suite 200, Chicago, IL 60654 RSVP or get more information at 312.635.8989 or email angelina.guzman@autismtherapies.com Sharief Taraman, M.D. is Chief of General ...…
 
Forty-five years after film legend Bruce Lees sudden death at age thirty-two, journalist and bestselling author Matthew Polly has written the definitive account of Lees life. An authoritative biography, Bruce Lee: A Life features dozens of rarely seen photographs of Lee, who made martial arts a global phenomenon, bridged the divide between East ...…
 
This week, virtual drug discovery, and a new addition to the CRISPR toolkit.
 
Rose Liljenquist is an Open Educational Resources (OER) librarian at Gerald Sherratt Library, Southern Utah University. Anne Diekema is also a librarian at Gerald Sherratt Library and an assistant professor at Southern Utah University.
 
Angela Barrow is the Manager of Corporate Emergency Preparedness and Response at Chevron. She has more than 20 years of Crisis and Emergency Management experience and currently has oversite of the Emergency Management Program and Regional Advisors, whose core responsibilities span the globe to support the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe, Eurasia ...…
 
In this episode, Angie talks with Biophysical Scientist and author of Crashes, Crises, and Calamities, Dr. Len Fisher. Fisher gives many in-depth examples for how sudden change, or critical transitions, can happen within complex adaptive systems. He unpacks how interconnectedness, unintended consequences, runaway effects, and emergence all infl ...…
 
This week, the female chemists who helped build the periodic table, and harnessing the extra energy in Wi-Fi signals.
 
James Davies Jr., MD, director of the UAB Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery, is the first surgeon in the Southeast to implant the new Edwards Inspiris heart valve. He joins the podcast to discuss how since it was developed for patients with aortic valve disease, the Inspiris valve is made of specially treated bovine tissue that may help it las ...…
 
Emil Robinson and Squeak Carnwath discuss trust and voice in the studio, and how they approach teaching painting. Emil Robinson is Assistant Professor in the School of Design at the University of Cincinnati. Squeak Carnwath is an artist who maintains a studio in Oakland, California, and is a Professor Emerita from UC Berkeley.…
 
In this episode preview, we share a clip from our interview with Biophysical Scientist, writer and broadcaster, Dr. Len Fisher. Fisher introduces the concept of systemic risk and critical transitions in complex adaptive systems.
 
This week, the effects of recessions on public health, and simulating supermassive black holes.
 
This episode I speak with my friend, and found of Everyday Girl Dad, as well as Masculinity Makeover - Mike Reynolds.We talk about the predictable, and sad, reaction to the new Gillette ad, toxic masculinity, #MeToo, as well as the male body, and how Mike is redefining how he sees his own self image. As always, don't forget to subscribe to the ...…
 
On this episode Zack talks talks to philosopher & novelist Rebecca Goldstein about her recent books, philosophy, and much more.
 
After UAB’s first ERAS surgery in 2015, the health system saw improvements in lengths of stay and pain scores for colorectal surgery patients. The initiative won a UAB Health System Innovation Award in 2016, and the positive results have prompted other surgical service lines to begin coordinating their own ERAS pathways. UAB aims to grow the su ...…
 
Of what womb are you born? Are there good & bad animals? ‘Where’ is there no Law? Are the outlawed animal-like? Who gets to be a citizen of the polis? Are Pandavas princes in the forest? Are the freer nobler? Does the wolf look down upon the dog? Are animals truly in the open? Are humans, in a sense, the most abandoned? Is the jungle still with ...…
 
Rachel Clarke is professor of New Media Art at California State University, Sacramento. Her work intertwines themes of nature, culture, and technology; combining physical and virtual modes of making.Peter Williams is a new media artist specializing in interactive installation, and an assistant professor at California State University, Sacramento.…
 
Amy Weinstock is offering a free parent workshop on January 31, 2019 in partnership with Advances Learning Center in Wilmington, MA. More information here or email: information@advancesonline.com Amy Weinstock is the Director of the Autism Insurance Resource Center at the University of Massachusetts Medical School’s Eunice Kennedy Shriver Cente ...…
 
In this episode, Haley talks with systems thinker, entrepreneur and pragmatic implementer, Tanuja Prasad. Prasad shares details about her relationship with complexity, including how it has shifted her perspective about life, work and science. She beautifully describes the complex, nonlinear nature of systems and explains many practical concepts ...…
 
This week, investigating introns’ roles, and reanimating a fossil.
 
Vasectomy can sometimes, but not always, be reversed. Reversal is a more complex operation with greater success rates if performed less than 10 years after the original surgery. Peter Kolettis, MD discusses the certain criteria in which vasectomy reversal is possible and when to refer to the specialists at UAB Medicine.…
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Suhail K. Kanchwala, MD Improving his patients’ post-surgical experience was Dr. Suhail Kanchwala's goal when he sought to develop a new method for autologous breast reconstruction. The result of his search has brought a new technique to the field, along with an array of benefits for patients, including reductio ...…
 
Are you in (deep) passionate love? Or, have passions calmed down? Do revolutions happen spontaneously, & what maintains them? How do we keep various commitments? Do you imagine yourself as an object? What bores you? Could we, sometimes, experience boredom in a deep kind of way? Can human relationships be authentically mediated by objects? Is co ...…
 
This month’s episode features Susan Squier’s full keynote from this year’s Graphic Medicine conference at the Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction, Vermont. Her talk is titled “Graphic Medicine: The Scales of Comics Work.” You will hear Susan introduced by Juliet McMullin. The images Susan cites directly in her talk can be found o ...…
 
Could traits trend? What do you want to detect? Are there many more rare species than common species? When is the past representative of the future? Are all models wrong and precarious? What, then, is evidence? Can surprises be modeled? Do unlikely events often happen in very likely ways? Are correlations higher on extremes? Are rare species mo ...…
 
Surveying the View From the Driver’s Seat in Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Bringing Into Focus Hepatology’s Key Role in Guiding HCC Care Down the Path to Improved Outcomes
 
Nick Sireau’s sons have a rare genetic disease called alkaptonuria, which can lead to body tissues becoming brittle, causing life long health issues. In this Podcast Extra, Geoff Marsh speaks to Nick and to the physician Dr Lakshminarayan Ranganath about their search for a treatment for alkaptonuria.…
 
Dr. Barbara Bergstrom is an assistant professor of art education at Bowling Green State University. Dr. Darden Bradshaw is an assistant professor of art education at the University of Dayton.
 
In this episode preview, we share a clip from our interview with systems thinker, entrepreneur, and pragmatic implementer, Tanuja Prasad. Prasad shares some of her favorite aspects of complexity science.
 
This week, detecting intergalactic radio bursts, and seeing what’s in store for science in 2019.
 
New tools are making it easier to understand not only our genetic code but also the ways that the code's three-dimensional structure contributes to gene expression. This understanding will be vital in the search for cures to diseases with multiple and complex causes, such as lupus. On this episode of BioScience Talks, we discuss one such tool. ...…
 
Is repair a form of creation? When can the new and the old coexist? Is the idea of ‘new’ itself, human and, new? Is this understanding always subject/context dependent? Why don’t we sometimes notice the new? What’s new for the deer in the savannah? Is memory history? When is the old also obsolete? Do events have both a past and a future? How is ...…
 
Kirk Maynard is a mixed media artist born in Brooklyn, New York in 1993. He received his BS in Visual Arts Education from Andrews University in 2014 and is currently an MFA student at New Jersey City University. A second generation Guyanese-American, Maynard's work focuses on the political undercurrents of culture and identity in America.Alexan ...…
 
In this special round-up episode of the Nature Podcast, a few of our regular reporters choose their favourite podcast piece of 2018, and explain why they enjoyed making it.
 
Is Earth one system? How stable is New York? What sort of a person are you? How does the structure of your networks change the way you behave? How do you find out if something is good? Are societies with (Royal Family-like) strong hubs bad for social learning? Can atmosphere be thought of in terms of networks? Are unstable solutions more likely ...…
 
Molly Ola Pinney is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Global Autism Project, a nonprofit organization that increases the capacity of local individuals working with children with autism worldwide. The Global Autism Project has grown to an organization that has served ten countries so far and is well on its way to achieving its goal ...…
 
In this last GM podcast episode of 2018, Matthew Noe and MK Czerwiec discuss the Graphic Medicine year in review and they look forward to 2019. Listen to the episode to hear our picks for notable books of 2018, highlights of 2018, and what we are looking forward to in 2019. Support for this podcast comes from Penn State College of Medicine, Dep ...…
 
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