Best Phenotype podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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This Week in Evolution is a podcast on the biology behind what makes us tick.
 
This Week in Evolution is a podcast on the biology behind what makes us tick.
 
Discussions about the science of nutrition, dietetics and health. The podcast that educates through nuanced conversations, exploring evidence and cultivating critical thinking. Hosted by Danny Lennon.
 
This 90-minutes symposium was presented at NACFC Anaheim 2011, offering information on the current treatment options for patients with cystic fibrosis, as well as information on emerging therapies. The topics include:- CFTR gene modifiers: what are they & how they work- The importance of the CFTR genotype/phenotype interaction- The role of gene modifiers in determining CF presentations- Using gene-targeted therapies to implement individualized treatment
 
Digital Health Today features the innovators, leaders and pioneers reshaping health and wellness. From patients and clinicians, to inventors and investors, we speak with guests from around the world to share their insights, experience and knowledge from the front lines of health tech innovation. Tune in, subscribe and become a part of the digital health community!
 
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The Taproot
Monthly
 
The Taproot is the podcast that digs beneath the surface to understand how scientific publications are created. In each episode, we take a paper from the plant biology literature and talk about the story behind the science with one of the authors.
 
Here at Drug Discovery World (DDW) we've been publishing articles written by leading experts in the Drug Discovery, Pharmaceutical, and BioPharmaceutical industries for over 20 years. DDW has grown as a quarterly business review of drug discovery and development, and now we've created this podcast to allow you to listen to our articles on the go. In our journal and this podcast, we cover topics surrounding: drug discovery; drug development; business; chemistry; enabling technologies; informa ...
 
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Red Ice Radio
Weekly
 
Headquartered in Sweden and North America, Red Ice Radio is a talk radio program hosted by Henrik Palmgren, predominately focusing on issues concerning European survival. Henrik interviews authors, researchers and commentators for two hours, three times a week. The second hour is available for members. The show is independent, commercial free and supported by members, available on demand directly from redice.tv.
 
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JNNP podcast
Monthly
 
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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Thorax podcast
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Thorax, the official journal of the British Thoracic Society, publishes influential clinical and experimental research in respiratory medicine, paediatrics, immunology, pharmacology, pathology, and surgery. The focus is on work that advances scientific understanding and impacts clinical practice. http://thorax.bmj.com/* The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content of this podcast does not constitute medical advice and it is not intended to function as a substitute for ...
 
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NIH Collaboratory
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This podcast covers topics from the NIH Collaboratory Grand Rounds series related to advances in clinical research, particularly pragmatic clinical trials and clinical research that engages healthcare delivery systems as partners. Visit rethinkingclinicaltrials.org to learn more.
 
Welcome to Sleep Talk snapshots where we aim to bring you the latest updates in sleep as they occur.
 
On the Spectrum of Health Podcast, Dr. Christine Schaffner shares a spectrum of health and wellness information ranging from chronic illness to organic skin care and anti-aging. Dr. Schaffner sits at a unique vantage point in that she sees patients struggling with chronic illness from all over the world at the Sophia Health Institute (founded with Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt). She also created the Bella Fiore Organic Med Spa & Klinik in Seattle, Washington. Dr. Schaffner is passionate about shar ...
 
José-Alain Sahel studied medicine at the Medical School of Paris University and ophthalmology at the University of Strasbourg and at Harvard University (Boston-Cambridge, USA). He was appointed Professor of Ophthalmology at the University Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg. Currently, José-Alain Sahel is Professor of Ophthalmology at Pierre and Marie Curie University Medical School, Paris, France and Cumberlege Professor of Biomedical Sciences at the Institute of Ophthalmology-University College Lond ...
 
On the Spectrum of Health Podcast, Dr. Christine Schaffner shares a spectrum of health and wellness information ranging from chronic illness to organic skin care and anti-aging. Dr. Schaffner sits at a unique vantage point in that she sees patients struggling with chronic illness from all over the world at the Sophia Health Institute (founded with Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt). She also created the Bella Fiore Organic Med Spa & Klinik in Seattle, Washington. Dr. Schaffner is passionate about shar ...
 
José-Alain Sahel studied medicine at the Medical School of Paris University and ophthalmology at the University of Strasbourg and at Harvard University (Boston-Cambridge, USA). He was appointed Professor of Ophthalmology at the University Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg. Currently, José-Alain Sahel is Professor of Ophthalmology at Pierre and Marie Curie University Medical School, Paris, France and Cumberlege Professor of Biomedical Sciences at the Institute of Ophthalmology-University College Lond ...
 
'Recognizable phenotypes associated with intracranial calcification'
 
 
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Next & Now
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Join Ambry Genetics for exciting, on-demand updates in genetic technologies and clinical diagnostics. Ambry’s core values have always included collaborating and sharing scientific discoveries to help families affected by genetic conditions. Tune in here for cutting-edge discussions from leading clinicians, scientists, and researchers on a wide variety of topics.
 
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Cellular RNAs play crucial roles during disease progression and represent a diverse and largely untapped class of biomolecules that can be exploited for drug development. RNA species include messenger RNAs (mRNAs) that are translated into proteins, long non-coding RNAs including transfer RNAs (tRNAs) and ribosomal RNAs (rRNAs), and small non-co ...…
 
Avrum Bluming received his MD from the Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons. He spent four years as a senior investigator for the National Cancer Institute and for two of those years was director of the Lymphoma Treatment Center in Kampala, Uganda. He organized the first study of lumpectomy for the treatment of breast cancer in Southern ...…
 
The topic: There are over 1.2 billion people living in Africa, and another 1.3 billion living in India. Together they account for about 34% of the world’s population. These two regions represent some of the highest levels of healthcare burden, and some of the lowest numbers of healthcare professionals. For example, in Africa, there are only 2.3 ...…
 
Jackson is currently completing his PhD at the University of Western Australia in Perth. He is currently running the largest dieting study ever done on athletes in Australia. This research called the ICECAP trial (Intermittent versus Continuous Energy restriction Compared in an Athlete Population), looks at the effect of including a “diet break ...…
 
The topic: Take a look online and you’ll find hundreds of articles proclaiming that Pharma’s business model is broken and that the entire sector is in the middle of an innovation crisis. Whether you agree or disagree, there’s no question that the industry is extraordinarily competitive and the challenge of bringing effective drugs to market is ...…
 
Genetically-engineered animal models (GEMs) are critical tools for drug discovery and development, but intellectual property (IP) concerns can complicate access. As pharma and biotech increasingly outsource R&D activities to universities, careful scrutiny is required to ensure adherence to IP restrictions on research tools across those collabor ...…
 
Eric is currently a Research Fellow at Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand. His work is focused on training and nutrition interventions that could have implications for bodybuilders, powerlifters and other strength athletes. Eric has many peer reviewed publications and currently has many ongoing research projects and collaborations. ...…
 
Milena Simeonova chats with Dr. Schaffner about the importance of indoor lighting in maintaining a healthy brain. She discusses ways that you can start to transform your indoor lighting to keep you healthy and happy. For more on Milena, visit www.liteheal.com. For more Dr. Schaffner (including more podcasts!), visit www.drchristineschaffner.com.…
 
Milena Simeonova chats with Dr. Schaffner about the importance of indoor lighting in maintaining a healthy brain. She discusses ways that you can start to transform your indoor lighting to keep you healthy and happy. For more on Milena, visit www.liteheal.com. For more Dr. Schaffner (including more podcasts!), visit www.drchristineschaffner.com.…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
In this episode: Key market failures for software businesses and solutions in healthcare How new tools for integration can lower costs, shorten sales cycles and increase sales How new procurement models, used by collaboration companies like Slack, can increase the rate of adoption in healthcare Understanding the challenges of interoperability a ...…
 
Jared Taylor joins Henrik to talk about his ban from the Schengen area (Europe) by Poland. A video version of this show is available here. Sign up for a membership at redicemembers.com to catch the second part of this show. You get full access to our extensive archives. Stream or download over 1500 programs, including radio shows, videos, TV se ...…
 
The innate ability of antibodies to bind their targets with high affinity and exquisite specificity is leveraged in the discovery of therapeutic antibodies to treat a broad range of diseases including cancer, autoimmune disease and heart disease. In addition, antibodies are commonly used as companion diagnostics and reagents to support the ther ...…
 
Nick Gant is Director of the Exercise Neurometabolism Laboratory at the University of Auckland. His group uses interdisciplinary approaches from the nutritional sciences and neurosciences to investigate the role of nutrition in brain health and performance. Nick is particularly interested in foods and supplements that prevent brain fatigue and ...…
 
Henrik is joined by Tim Murdock AKA Horus The Avenger from White Rabbit Radio to discuss some of the recent outrageous censorship on social media and attacks on people discussing public issues like immigration, nationalism and globalization. Facebook recently announced that they will ban “White Nationalism” and “Separatism,” without offering an ...…
 
Orwell & Goode joins Henrik to talk about some of the latest breaking news. We begin talking about the collapse of the Russia Collusion narrative and how Soros' dirty money is behind letting the States Attorney who let Smollett go. We move on to discuss how EU's destructive copyright directive just passed. According to reports a total of 13 MEP ...…
 
Political commentator Write Winger joins Henrik to talk about his latest article: The Great Replacement: A Murderer’s Conspiracy Theory or International Policy? We discuss how the establishment is limiting the ability to discuss demographics, mass migration and birth rates in the wake of Brenton Tarrant's attack on the Al Noor mosque in Christc ...…
 
In this episode, we talk with Dr. Yoselin Benitez-Alfonso who is a faculty member at the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom to bust the myth competition is a part of science that cannot be avoided.Dr. Yoselin Benitez-Alfonso is originally from Cuba, and completed her graduate studies at the Universidad de Córdoba in Spain. After graduati ...…
 
The mission at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer is to eradicate cancer, which remains a major cause of mortality worldwide. It is the second leading cause of death in the United States and globally, claiming more lives than malaria, HIV/AIDs and tuberculosis combined. Still, the news about cancer is not all grim, given the incredible ...…
 
Kate has both undergraduate and graduate degrees in Psychology and spent time as a psychology professor at a college and university level. She currently is a health & nutrition coach, working for Precision Nutrition, where she has coached over 1,000 people. Now she coaches fitness professionals on how to be better coaches. In This Episode We Di ...…
 
Associate Professor Tomas Kalincik (University of Melbourne, Australia) discusses oral immunotherapies, and what we know about the effects of these treatments on patient relapse and disability. Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/early/2019/01/12/jnnp-2018-319831By podcasts.admin@bmj.com (BMJ Group).
 
Associate Professor Tomas Kalincik (University of Melbourne, Australia) discusses oral immunotherapies, and what we know about the effects of these treatments on patient relapse and disability. Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/early/2019/01/12/jnnp-2018-319831By podcasts.admin@bmj.com (BMJ Group).
 
In this episode we dive into some of the cities, countries and winning strategies that are leading the transformation of health for the billions of people that live in APAC. Tony Estrella is an investor, advisor, and global digital health expert. He has experience all over the world having lived and worked in Asia, the US, and Europe as a start ...…
 
Survive The Jive joins Henrik to discuss the fascinating origin story of Europeans and the Indo-European invasion, also known as the Aryan invasion. Recent genetic finds show that this theory is once again making a comeback after a long period of vilification. We discuss those who are trying to destroy the European story and what their motivati ...…
 
Nels and Vincent explore the evolution of new protein-coding genes de novo from nocoding DNA sequences, using the antifreeze protein of northern codfish as a model. Hosts: Nels Elde and Vincent Racaniello Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiEVO Evolution of antifreeze protein gene in codfish (PNAS) Codfis ...…
 
Nels and Vincent explore the evolution of new protein-coding genes de novo from nocoding DNA sequences, using the antifreeze protein of northern codfish as a model. Hosts: Nels Elde and Vincent Racaniello Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiEVO Evolution of antifreeze protein gene in codfish (PNAS) Codfis ...…
 
Editor’s Choice: Associate Professor Dr Mario Masellis (University of Toronto) and Assistant Professor Philippe Desmarais (University of Montreal) discuss the complexities of designing trials in frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and how precision medicine might help disentangle this Gordian knot in the future. Read the full paper here: https://jnnp ...…
 
Editor’s Choice: Associate Professor Dr Mario Masellis (University of Toronto) and Assistant Professor Philippe Desmarais (University of Montreal) discuss the complexities of designing trials in frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and how precision medicine might help disentangle this Gordian knot in the future. Read the full paper here: https://jnnp ...…
 
In this episode, Liz and Ivan talk with Professor Simon Gilroy to bust the myth that plant scientists are only motivated to feed the world. So, let’s get back to the basics!Simon has been a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison since 2007. He completed his Ph.D. at Edinburgh in 1984 in Plant Biochemistry followed by postdoc positions ...…
 
Human stem cells were once viewed primarily as regenerative materials for tissue repair through cell therapies. However, advances in technologies and protocols mean that induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) are now playing an increasingly important role in disease modelling and human cell-based screening assays. This episode explores what thi ...…
 
James A. Lindsay holds degrees in physics and mathematics, with a doctorate in the latter. His previous books include Dot, Dot, Dot: Infinity Plus God Equals Folly and Life in Light of Death. He has been in the news for submitting, along with Peter Boghossian and Helen Pluckrose, a series of hoax papers to peer-review (seven of which were publi ...…
 
Today we’re diving into the topic of Mental Health. It’s a topic we’ve covered before on this program, like in episode 63 with Dale Beerman of Think Pacifica, and Dr. Arshya Vahabzadeh from Brain Power back on episode 21. In those episodes, we explored the use of mobile apps and wearables, and we looked at some problems that are being solved us ...…
 
Meta-political activist Angelo John Gage joins Henrik to talk about Trumps complete collapse, Andrew Yang's Universal Basic Income (UBI) policy and the YangGang memes. We also talk about Tucker Carlson's recent attackers, Media Matters and why they are seeking to take him off the air and get sponsors from abandoning his show. In the second part ...…
 
Kim Eriksen from Denmark joins Henrik to talk about how those responsible for population replacement in Denmark could be tried for treason. Eriksen has a bachelor in Mathematics and Music. Kim works as a pianist in Denmark and is married with 3 children. He is the founder of landsforraederi.dk (still under construction) and is seeking to bring ...…
 
In this episode, Liz and Ivan talk with Dr. Rishi R. Masalia to bust the myth that early to late-career scientists should not speak up and make a difference to training programs and local communities. But how can we know when to or when not to STFU? (Listen to the episode to find out what that stands for.)Rishi is currently the Director of Bioi ...…
 
The latest data from the Association for Regenerative Medicine (ARM) showed that there are more than 704 regenerative medicine companies worldwide, including cell therapy and gene therapy, and 728 clinical trials under way at the end of the second quarter in 2016. These types of therapies – cell therapies, gene therapies, tissue engineering and ...…
 
Bryan Chung is a plastic/hand surgeon and PhD research designer. He is a methodologist who improves people’s relationship with science. In This Episode We Discuss: --> Bryan’s advice column for people who have “relationship problems with Science” --> If things merely confirm what you are already doing, why you should filter it out --> How to de ...…
 
Professor Ammar Al-Chalabi (King’s College London, London, UK) joins Elizabeth Highton (podcast editor) to discuss motor neurone disease, also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS, a rapidly progressive illness resulting from the degeneration of both upper and lower motor neurons. Studies have shown that age of onset is younger in peop ...…
 
Professor Ammar Al-Chalabi (King’s College London, London, UK) joins Elizabeth Highton (podcast editor) to discuss motor neurone disease, also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS, a rapidly progressive illness resulting from the degeneration of both upper and lower motor neurons. Studies have shown that age of onset is younger in peop ...…
 
Professor Barbora de Courten, MD PhD FRACP MPH is a Professor at Monash University, Australia. She is a National Heart Foundation Future Leader Fellow and a specialist physician with a PhD in epidemiology, extensive training in clinical trials (NIH) and a Master of Public Health (Monash University). She has expertise across the translational re ...…
 
Jared George, also known as The Great Order, joins Henrik to discuss belonging, purpose, natural order and spirituality from a pro-European perspective. We talk about his journey into these topics and move on to talk about the importance of understanding the story we are part of so that we can appreciate and connect with our European roots. In ...…
 
Dr. Ben Lynch, author of Dirty Genes and president of Seeking Health, speaks with Dr. Schaffner about the importance of hydration and they get to the bottom of why so many people are dehydrated - and what it's costing them. For more on Ben Lynch, visit www.drbenlynch.com and www.seekinghealth.com. For more Dr. Schaffner (including more podcasts ...…
 
Dr. Ben Lynch, author of Dirty Genes and president of Seeking Health, speaks with Dr. Schaffner about the importance of hydration and they get to the bottom of why so many people are dehydrated - and what it's costing them. For more on Ben Lynch, visit www.drbenlynch.com and www.seekinghealth.com. For more Dr. Schaffner (including more podcasts ...…
 
Tom Lacovara-Stewart joins Henrik for a discussion about Liberty, Identitarianism & Censorship. We discuss demographics and the new far-left guard that is radicalizing the Democratic Party and the fake GOP movement that has been taken over by globalist neocons. In part two we talk about Soviet Israel, the dangers of Bolshevism and also what has ...…
 
Research in drug discovery and biotechnology increasingly exploits gene editing at industrial scale in order to identify and validate new biological targets for precision medicines. The discovery of CRISPR-Cas9 systems has fuelled a rapid expansion of gene editing adoption with particular interest in the increasingly prevalent area of functiona ...…
 
Prof. Hawley is Director of the Mary MacKillop Institute for Health at Australian Catholic Universtiy in Melbourne, Australia. He has published over 220 scientific manuscripts, written over 100 articles for technical journals and has authored numerous book chapters for exercise biochemistry and sports medicine texts. He is an Associate Editor f ...…
 
In this episode, we’re taking on the topic of Digital Therapeutics. At the CNS Summit last year, I had the opportunity to meet and learn from our guest: Megan Coder. Megan is the founder and executive director of the Digital Therapeutics Alliance. The Digital Therapeutic Alliance, or DTA as you may hear it called, was launched in 2017 to broade ...…
 
Greg Johnson joins Henrik to talk about the recent book purge by Amazon. A video version of this show is available here. Sign up for a membership at redicemembers.com to catch the second part of this show. You get full access to our extensive archives. Stream or download over 1500 programs, including radio shows, videos, TV segments & our exclu ...…
 
Freelance researcher and writer Edward Dutton joins Henrik to talk about his book “At Our Wits' End: Why We're Becoming Less Intelligent and What it Means for the Future.” We discuss why people are becoming less intelligent and the cyclical collapse of civilization as a consequence of “progress.” Dutton was born in London in 1980, he lives in F ...…
 
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