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AJNR Podcasts
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The American Journal of Neuroradiology (AJNR) is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal that publishes Original Research and Review Articles relevant to the diagnostic, interventional, and functional imaging of the brain, head, neck, and spine. AJNR's monthly podcast includes Editor's Choices and Fellows' Journal Club selections. These podcasts are hosted by Wende Gibbs. Fellows' Journal Club podcasts feature a different institution each month. The Annotated Bibliography podcast is a journal sca ...
 
Timely and engaging discussions about advances in clinical research and practice, biomedical science, public health, and health policy.
 
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JNNP podcast
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JNNP's ambition is to publish the most ground-breaking and cutting-edge research from around the world. Encompassing the entire genre of neurological sciences, our focus is on the common disorders (stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, peripheral neuropathy, subarachnoid haemorrhage and neuropsychiatry), but with a keen interest in the Gordian knots that present themselves in the field, such as ALS. * The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content o ...
 
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The Science behind the Wim Hof Method | Dina and Matthias Wittfoth both majored in Psychology and hold PhDs in Neuroscience. They are avid fans of the Wim Hof Method which has helped them to take their lives to a new level both personally as well as professionally. This podcast is for you if you are eager to learn more about the scientific facts behind the Wim Hof Method from an educated and reliable source. Join us and find out why guided breathing, cold exposure, and mental focus are so ex ...
 
We are absolutely convinced that Alzheimer’s and other brain diseases are generally treatable and reversible. Early translational evidence supports this belief. The Evolving Past Alzheimer’s podcast brings you the highest caliber information about what you can do to identify, prevent, and treat Alzheimer’s disease. The show’s secondary goal is to use Alzheimer’s and cognition as a platform to explore consciousness and the human experience in it’s “second half of life.” Topics include emergin ...
 
Behavioral addictions, such as pathological gambling, kleptomania, pyromania, compulsive buying and compulsive sexual behavior, represent significant public health concerns and are associated with high rates of psychiatric comorbidity and mortality. Although research into the biology of these behaviors is still in an early stage, recent advances in our understanding of motivation, reward, and addiction, have provided substantial insight into the possible pathophysiology of these disorders. B ...
 
Insights from the psychiatric mind. Psychiatric Times (www.psychiatrictimes.com) invites you to listen to our regular podcast series.
 
David Vago, PhD and Lisa Dale Miller, LMFT, LPCC, SEP tackle the traditional Buddhist concept of "enlightenment" from their modern clinical points of view in a stimulating and fun discussion. Part 2 focuses on S-ART, David's neurobiological framework for describing the positive effects of meditation on self-awareness, self-regulation, and self-transcendence; Theravada, Mah?y?na and Vajray?na notions of awakening and not-self; secular mental training; different interventions for different psy ...
 
Stanislas Dehaene received his training in mathematics at the École normale supérieure in Paris, then completed a PhD in cognitive psychology with Jacques Mehler, post-doctoral studies with Michael Posner, as well as neuronal modelling studies with Jean-Pierre Changeux. He has been working since 1997 at the Orsay brain imaging center near Paris (Service Hospitalier Frédéric Joliot of the Commissariat à l'Énergie Atomique), where he directs the Cognitive Neuroimaging Unit since 2001. In Septe ...
 
David Vago, PhD and Lisa Dale Miller, LMFT, LPCC, SEP tackle the traditional Buddhist concept of "enlightenment" from their modern clinical points of view in a stimulating and fun discussion. Part 2 focuses on S-ART, David's neurobiological framework for describing the positive effects of meditation on self-awareness, self-regulation, and self-transcendence; Theravada, Mah?y?na and Vajray?na notions of awakening and not-self; secular mental training; different interventions for different psy ...
 
Stanislas Dehaene received his training in mathematics at the École normale supérieure in Paris, then completed a PhD in cognitive psychology with Jacques Mehler, post-doctoral studies with Michael Posner, as well as neuronal modelling studies with Jean-Pierre Changeux. He has been working since 1997 at the Orsay brain imaging center near Paris (Service Hospitalier Frédéric Joliot of the Commissariat à l'Énergie Atomique), where he directs the Cognitive Neuroimaging Unit since 2001. In Septe ...
 
Clinical Updates in Brain Injury Science Today (or CUBIST), a product of the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, is a podcast for health care providers. We tackle the controversial and breaking research that will help you feel connected to the latest information on traumatic brain injury. CUBIST is hosted by Inbal Eshel and produced and edited by Deborah Bailin. Subscribe through iTunes, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts.For more information on TBI, including provider tools, ...
 
The Institute for Science, Innovation and Society (InSIS) researches and informs key contemporary and emerging issues and processes of social, scientific, and technological change. We combine the highest standards of scholarship and relevance to pursue and disseminate timely research in the UK and worldwide. We collaborate with leading thinkers around the world and welcome them to Oxford as visiting researchers. We nurture early career researchers through research fellowships in our various ...
 
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Drs. Majid Khan and Haris Sair join Dr. Gibbs on the October podcast, discussing the radiologist's role in multidisciplinary treatment of osseous spinal metastases. (23:43)
 
In this Medical News podcast, Rebecca Voelker speaks with emergency physician Emmy Betz, MD, MPH, about safety issues concerning people with dementia who own or live in a home with firearms.
 
Editor-in-Chief Jeffrey Ross takes listeners on an audio tour of his October AJNR Blog Annotated Bibliography. (26:09)
 
Dr Robert Simpson (University of Glasgow, UK) discusses the merits and limitations of mindfullness based treatments for mental well-being in Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/90/9/1051By BMJ talk medicine.
 
Dr Robert Simpson (University of Glasgow, UK) discusses the merits and limitations of mindfullness based treatments for mental well-being in Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/90/9/1051By BMJ talk medicine.
 
Studying the Adolescent Brain, A New form of Dementia, Advances in Type 1 Diabetes Research, Telemedicine for Opioid Use Disorder, Vacations and Metabolic Syndrome, Modest Calorie Reduction for Cardiometabolic Health, and More in JAMA Medical News.
 
Join Dr. Gibbs for summaries of the September Editor's Choice articles, including advanced vascular imaging, functional imaging in mild TBI, and Fellows' Journal Club selections with a focus on spine imaging. (12:27)
 
Professor Helmar Lehmann (University Hospital of Cologne) provides an update on Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) and discusses recent advances in diagnosis and treatment. Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/90/9/981.longBy BMJ talk medicine.
 
Professor Helmar Lehmann (University Hospital of Cologne) provides an update on Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) and discusses recent advances in diagnosis and treatment. Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/90/9/981.longBy BMJ talk medicine.
 
Dr McEwen explains her study of older adults with cognitive decline and begins by explaining what are the subjective assessment she used in her studies to label cognitive decline. The effects on cognitive functioning social experience and physical challenge of a group exercise class was the focus of the study. Discussion of what is similar and ...…
 
Editor-in-Chief Jeffrey Ross takes listeners on an audio tour of his September AJNR Blog Annotated Bibliography. (28:13)
 
Cardiac Rehab, 13 Reasons Why and Youth Suicides, Peanut Oral Immunotherapy, Social Media and Medicine, Herpes Zoster Opthalmica, Mindfulness for Surgeons, Steps and Mortality and More in JAMA Medical News.
 
Applying for the National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF GRFP)can be a really stressful time! As the deadline approaches, PIA's own Stacy Shaw and Mark Straccia discuss some tips and tricks for strengthening your application (0:50). Then, Ben sits down with Dr. Janet Tomiyama, a reviewer for the NSF GRFP, to disc ...…
 
In this Medical News podcast, Jennifer Abbasi discusses recent advances in type 1 diabetes with Yale’s Kevan Herold, MD, and gets a patient perspective on the illness.
 
Editor-in-Chief Jeffrey Ross takes listeners on an audio tour of his August AJNR Blog Annotated Bibliography. (27:30)
 
For our twelfth episode, we sat down with Dr. Janet Tomiyama to discuss dieting, weight stigma, and how stress physiology impacts our health. Why doesn't dieting work? Is stress eating a real thing? How do social pressures affect our bodies and make weight loss even more difficult? And why does our society we even care about weight loss when it ...…
 
We're back on track...here's a really helpful discussion covering why neuropsychological testing is important if you are dealing with memory loss, cognitive impairment, Alzheimer's, Traumatic Brain Injury, and even problems with mood (such as anxiety and depression). Kristine Lokken PhD is a functional neuropsychologist with a passion for helpi ...…
 
Elizabeth Highton (podcast editor) is joined by Professor Alfonso Fasano (Toronto Western Hospital, Ontario, Canada) to discuss the overlapping phenomenology and diagnostic challenges in movement disorders and seizures. Read the paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/90/8/920.longBy BMJ talk medicine.
 
Elizabeth Highton (podcast editor) is joined by Professor Alfonso Fasano (Toronto Western Hospital, Ontario, Canada) to discuss the overlapping phenomenology and diagnostic challenges in movement disorders and seizures. Read the paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/90/8/920.longBy BMJ talk medicine.
 
In this Medical News podcast, Jennifer Abbasi interviews the director of the ABCD study, Gaya Dowling, PhD, about this long-term study of brain development and child health in the United States.
 
Drs. Greg Zaharchuk and Enhao Gong join Dr. Gibbs on the August podcast, describing their work applying artificial intelligence to tasks at the beginning of the imaging pipeline—acquisition and reconstruction—to enable faster, safer imaging. (23:52)
 
This Medical News podcast discusses the value of social media for health care. Read the article: Getting Social: Physicians Can Counteract Misinformation With an Online Presence
 
Dr. David Perez (Massachusetts General Hospital, USA) speaks with JNNP Podcast Editor, Elizabeth Highton about stepwise functional connectivity, a novel brain imaging technique, and how it might help us better understand the biology of functional neurological disorders. Read this month's Patient's Choice article here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/conte ...…
 
Dr. David Perez (Massachusetts General Hospital, USA) speaks with JNNP Podcast Editor, Elizabeth Highton about stepwise functional connectivity, a novel brain imaging technique, and how it might help us better understand the biology of functional neurological disorders. Read this month's Patient's Choice article here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/conte ...…
 
Scam Awareness and Dementia Risk, Cardiovascular Corner, Wild Health, Palliative Care Practices, Talking About Death, Vitamin C Drug Cocktail for Sepsis, Appendix and Parkinson Disease Risk, and More in JAMA Medical News.
 
Editor-in-Chief Jeffrey Ross takes listeners on an audio tour of his July AJNR Blog Annotated Bibliography. (26:15)
 
Dr Nate Bergman welcomes you back for season 2 of the Evolving Past Alzheimer's Podcast. This season we're talking Neuropsychology, new approaches that incorporate both the brain and body for better results, begin talking about transcranial electric stimulation approaches to Alzheimer's and issues of cognition. We will also continue to discuss ...…
 
Dr. Josh Hirsch joins Dr. Gibbs to discuss the recent controversies in the literature surrounding vertebral augmentation for osteoporotic compression fractures and the importance of a clinical care pathway for these patients. (27:04)
 
This Medical News podcast discusses how all physicians who treat seriously ill patients can integrate palliative care into their practices. Read the article: New Guidelines Aim to Expand Palliative Care Beyond Specialists
 
Opioid Prescribing Limits, TMAO and Heart Disease, Diversity in Public Health Schools, Sufentanil for the Battlefield, Menthol Cigarettes, Catch-up Sleep, Interval Training for Fat Loss, 'Broken Heart' Syndrome, and More in JAMA Medical News.
 
Editor-in-Chief Jeffrey Ross takes listeners on an audio tour of his June AJNR Blog Annotated Bibliography. (23:25)
 
Q & A with Patricia Boyle, PhD: Susceptibility to Scammers Might Signify Increased Risk of Dementia Read the article: Low Awareness of Scammers’ Tactics Linked to Dementia Risk in Cognitively Normal People
 
Dr. Susannah Pick (King’s College London, UK) discusses emotional processing in functional neurological disorder, and how further understand of emotional processing deficits may help contribute to a unified explanatory model for FND.By BMJ talk medicine.
 
Dr. Susannah Pick (King’s College London, UK) discusses emotional processing in functional neurological disorder, and how further understand of emotional processing deficits may help contribute to a unified explanatory model for FND.By BMJ talk medicine.
 
Join Dr. Gibbs for summaries of the June Editor's Choice articles, including developments in interventional stroke treatment, aneurysm imaging, machine learning, and more. (13:54)
 
High Fiber Diet Benefits, Arts and Medical Education, Skipping Breakfast, Wilderness Medicine, Eggs and CVD, Multiple Symptoms in Older Adults, Allergenic Inactive Ingredients, and more in JAMA Medical News.
 
Dr Shelly Coe (Oxford Brookes University, Oxford) discusses a new randomized control trial looking at the use of cocoa for management of fatigue in multiple sclerosis. Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/90/5/507By BMJ talk medicine.
 
Dr Shelly Coe (Oxford Brookes University, Oxford) discusses a new randomized control trial looking at the use of cocoa for management of fatigue in multiple sclerosis. Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/90/5/507By BMJ talk medicine.
 
Editor-in-Chief Jeffrey Ross takes listeners on an audio tour of his May AJNR Blog Annotated Bibliography. (26:40)
 
In this Medical News podcast, Jennifer Abbasi speaks with the author of a recent study in JAMA that looked at the association between dietary cholesterol and cardiovascular disease.
 
JNNP Associate Editor, Professor Nick Ward (Queens Square, London) tells us all about the Queen Square Upper Limb Neurorehabilitation programme, and specifically, what clinical gains in chronic stroke patients were observed after high intensity neurorehabilitation. Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/90/5/498…
 
JNNP Associate Editor, Professor Nick Ward (Queens Square, London) tells us all about the Queen Square Upper Limb Neurorehabilitation programme, and specifically, what clinical gains in chronic stroke patients were observed after high intensity neurorehabilitation. Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/90/5/498…
 
The May podcast features our ASNR President-Elect Robert Barr, describing the content of the 57th Annual Meeting in Boston. In addition, Dr. Gibbs summarizes our Editor's Choice articles, including subgroup analysis of the controversial LESS trial of epidural steroid injections, and Fellows' Journal Club selections, with a focus on pediatric im ...…
 
The Journal Club travels to the Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, Connecticut, where Vahe Zohrabian moderates the discussion of three recently published articles. (30:33)
 
US Maternal Mortality, Nonsugar Sweetened Beverages and Stroke, Mesh Implants, Rotavirus Vaccine and Type-1 Diabetes, Childhood Lead Exposure, BRCA Exchange, Consumer Chemicals and Early Puberty, and more in JAMA Medical News. View related article here.
 
The JNNP recently launched the patient editorial board in an effort to drive more meaningful patient outcomes. One of our newly appointment board members, Sharon Roman (Vancouver Canada) discusses why she believes the patient perspective leads to better healthcare and what the patient partnership looks like at the JNNP. Read Sharon’s editorial ...…
 
The JNNP recently launched the patient editorial board in an effort to drive more meaningful patient outcomes. One of our newly appointment board members, Sharon Roman (Vancouver Canada) discusses why she believes the patient perspective leads to better healthcare and what the patient partnership looks like at the JNNP. Read Sharon’s editorial ...…
 
Editor-in-Chief Jeffrey Ross takes listeners on an audio tour of his April AJNR Blog Annotated Bibliography. (33:50)
 
Russ Poldrack is back! For our eleventh episode, we sat down with Dr. Poldrack to discuss his book, The New Mind Readers: What Neuroimaging Can and Cannot Reveal about Our Thoughts. Our conversation addresses a number of the most pressing questions in psychology and neuroscience today. Why can we de-code some cognitive functions in the brain, b ...…
 
A special edition podcast - based on an essay discussing the value of medical conferences and whether it is time to consider what is gained from these events, and for whom. Emeritus Professor Michael Swash (The Royal London Hospital and Barts and the London School of Medicine) joins Elizabeth Highton to discuss the merits of the medical congres ...…
 
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