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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 ...
 
The Clinical Radiology podcasts include in-depth interviews with selected authors of papers published in recent editions of the journal. The aim is to meet the people behind the science and gain their own unique perspective on the most important research impacting on diagnostic imaging. Listen to these interviews on your chosen device at your convenience - commuting to work, at your desk, while out jogging or in the gym!
 
With RLI’s newest podcast, “Taking the Lead”, Duke University’s Geoff Rubin, MD, MBA, FACR, explores varied aspects of health care leadership through interviews with the radiologists and thought leaders who are shaping the future of health care across a spectrum of clinical environments and organizations. Subscribe FREE today to access newly released episodes instantly.
 
Dive into the growing role that data science plays in the latest biomedical innovations. I’m your host, Anika Gupta, a PhD student in Bioinformatics at Harvard and the Broad Institute. Join me for ~30 minutes each week as I go behind the scenes and check the pulse with domain experts and rising stars who are leading advances in data-driven human health. For a glossary of terms and resources my guests recommend, check out: bit.ly/datapulse-glossary Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the- ...
 
The Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology (JVIR) delivers ongoing podcast discussions on topics in IR, such as interviews with authors of recent articles in the Journal and highlights of the Society of Interventional Radiology annual meeting. Each issues of JVIR covers critical and cutting-edge medical minimally invasive, clinical, basic research, radiological, pathological, and socioeconomic issues of importance to the field, and our free podcast series provides readers with addi ...
 
Specialty Stories is a podcast to help premed and medical students choose a career. What would you do if you started your career and realized that it wasn't what you expected? Specialty Stories will talk to physicians and residency program directors from every specialty to help you make the most informed decision possible. Check out our others shows at MededMedia.com
 
Also known as "Vein Specialists Sitting around Talking and Having Drinks," the VEIN Magazine Podcast with Steve Elias features real discussions on venous disease and treatment. Once a month we bring together leaders in the venous treatment world to talk about the latest developments, events, and discoveries in vein care. If you're involved in vein care, then this is the podcast for you.
 
Welcome to Smashing The Ceiling, the podcast where we love to showcase the lives of women who have achieved amazing things in their careers, some who have got a really cool or unusual job, and some who have just had a very interesting life. Each week I sit down with one woman to dig a little deeper into the HOW of it all - how did they get where they are, how they picked themselves up when things didn’t go right, and how their mentors, motivations and mistakes have led them to achieve the th ...
 
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Podcast Contents 00:00-02:25- Introduction by David A. Bluemke, MD, PhD, Editor of Radiology. 02:26- 09:13– Continuous Learning AI in Radiology: Implementation Principles and Early Applications. Pianykh et al. Radiology 2020; 297:6–14. 05:11- 07:02– Cardiovascular CT and MRI in 2019: Review of Key Articles. Dodd and Leipsic. Radiology 2020; 297:17–…
 
In the age of COVID-19, community leaders and the public they serve are bombarded with news related to testing. However, many do not understand the value the results can provide, to whom they should be given, and the actions that are allowed and should be taken. These questions need to be asked and small steps need to be taken to better comprehend …
 
Prescription digital therapeutics are emerging as an entirely new therapeutic modality. Corey McCann, President and CEO of Pear Therapeutics, chats with me about what they are, how they evolve as more data are collected, and the subsequent changes that are made to the treatment paradigms of neurological and psychological disorders. We also discuss …
 
October 22, 2020In this inspiring episode, Johnson Lightfoote, MD, MBA, FACR, Medical Director of the Department of Radiology at Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center, and current Chair of the ACR’s Commission for Women and Diversity, talks about how his parents’ emphasis on education shaped his early years and how this focus led him to attend high…
 
What does an individual's digital presence reveal about imminent infectious disease outbreaks, obesity prevalence, and the spread of medical misinformation? How can Google Maps images reveal socioeconomic factors that contribute to disparities in health? When and how does community context matter? Elaine Nsoesie, Professor at Boston University Scho…
 
Law enforcement is having a perfect storm with challenges in hiring, challenges in retention, and challenges with early retirement. This podcast is a follow up to a discussion that began in January 2017 with Joseph Trindal. Joe leads a team of retired federal, state, and local criminal justice officials providing consulting and training services to…
 
Molecular diagnostics are emerging as a precise way to detect diseases early on in prognosis. In today's episode, I chat with Harvard+MIT PhD Student Ava Soleimany on the role of data science in activity-based molecular diagnostics for early cancer detection and how the confluence of classification techniques with feature representation of cancer b…
 
The hospital incident command system (HICS) was designed decades ago to provide a decision-making framework to manage incidents and disasters. Now, more than ever, health care systems are relying on HICS to help meet the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic. This interview with Dr. Brent Kaziny and James Mitchell explores how Texas Children’s Hos…
 
Climate change has been noted as perhaps the greatest public health crisis of our times--Professor Francesca Dominici of Harvard University agrees. We discuss her data-driven efforts to demonstrate the negative health impacts from air pollutants, particularly for resource-poor communities, and how the current pandemic has further elucidated these d…
 
The concept of hospital resilience has changed in light of COVID-19. Despite planning and training for unexpected worst cast scenarios, one key assumption was not consistent with this pandemic response – that not everyone would be affected. This webcast discusses the gaps, challenges, and opportunities related to this ongoing response as observed b…
 
Deep learning has shown tremendous advances in making predictions from imaging data. Today I talk with Andy Beck, Co-Founder and CEO of PathAI, about deep learning specifically applied to pathology to both diagnose and lead to treatment options for patients, as well as the global implications that deploying such a technology could have. Check out t…
 
Liam Holt, PhD, speaks in analogies when describing his work focusing on compression of cancer cells and how it affects their behavior and evolution at his lab at the Institute for Systems Genetics at NYU Grossman School of Medicine. The assistant professor in the Department Of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology aims to characterize how compre…
 
Podcast Contents 0:00-0:25–Introduction by Jeffrey S. Klein, MD, Editor of RadioGraphics. 1:48-6:16–Abnormalities of the Fetal Central Nervous System: Prenatal US Diagnosis with Postnatal Correlation. Cater et al, RadioGraphics 2020; 40:1458–1472. 6:17-11:09–Differentiating Rheumatoid and Psoriatic Arthritis of the Hand: Multimodality Imaging Chara…
 
In today's conversation, Gaurav Singal, who is the outgoing Chief Data Officer of Foundation Medicine, discusses the advent of molecularly-driven oncology in changing the paradigm of cancer diagnosis and treatment through precision medicine, the importance of using observational data, and the unpredictable nature of one's career that may yield a co…
 
Podcast Contents 00:00-8:56- Introduction by David A. Bluemke, MD, PhD, Editor of Radiology. 08:57- 15:51– Cross-sectional and Longitudinal Assessment of Brain Iron Level in Alzheimer Disease Using 3-T MRI. Damulina et al. Radiology 2020; 296:619–626. [Full Text] 15:52- 22:50– Evaluating Biochemically Recurrent Prostate Cancer:Histologic Validation…
 
Gene therapies have emerged as a promising new modality for curing genetically-defined diseases; however, the naturally occuring variation remains limited. I chat with Sam Sinai and Jeff Gerold, Co-Founder/Lead ML Scientist and Head of Data Science, respectively, of Dyno Therapeutics about the role machine learning can play in better identifying an…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has raised many discussions on the topic of acceptable losses. For community decision makers, this is a difficult yet necessary issue to consider before making decisions that may have life-threatening consequences. Spurred by two articles and followed up with a nationwide survey and report, this podcast was presented at the Na…
 
Deep learning can be applied to tasks that involve a breadth of data types. I talk with Kyle Swanson, currently a Marshall Scholar at Cambridge University and previously at MIT, about his projects with Regina Barzilay on predicting breast cancer from mammograms, with performance on par with radiologists, and on designing antibiotics in a high-throu…
 
In this episode we speak to Dr Elika Kashef, Consultant Interventional Radiologist and lead for Trauma Imaging at Imperial College Healthcare Trust who gives us a great insight into the exciting and varied worklife of an IR consultant. We discuss turf wars, boosting the number of female IR consultants; whether intervention should split from diagnos…
 
Podcast Contents 0:00-1:15–Introduction by Jeffrey S. Klein, MD, Editor of RadioGraphics. 1:16-6:13–Prostate-specific Membrane Antigen PET: Therapy Response Assessment in Metastatic Prostate Cancer. Barbosa et al, RadioGraphics 2020; 40:1412–1430. 6:14-10:31–Parathyroid 4D CT: What the Surgeon Wants to Know. Bunch et al, RadioGraphics 2020; 40:1383…
 
Humans tend towards bias, but are our algorithms objective? Today I discuss fairness and bias in machine learning for healthcare with Professor Maryzeh Ghassemi of the University of Toronto. We delve into the ways in which bias pops up in the data that are used to train computational models, the particular dangers of systemic inequalities in health…
 
Is long-term weight management achievable? Dr. Bartfield, Director of the Fellowship Program in Obesity Medicine at Wake Forest Baptist Health, weighs in. Links: Full Episode Blog Post Meded Media The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Obesity Medicine Fellowship Council obesitymedicine.org American Board of Obesity Medicine…
 
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