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In “The Future of Everything,” host and Stanford bioengineering professor Russ Altman explores how technology, science and medicine are shaping our lives. From stretchable electronics to ecological surveillance, foldable microscopes and video editing with artificial intelligence, Altman asks his guests to discuss their role in creating the future — of everything. Read more on the Stanford Engineering website: https://engineering.stanford.edu/magazine/future-everything
 
Andrews Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center in Birmingham, Alabama, has built a worldwide reputation for excellence in sports medicine and orthopaedic patient care, research, education and prevention. Our practice works as a team to deliver multidisciplinary sports medicine and orthopaedic care, a concept pioneered by our co-founder, Dr. James R. Andrews. The Victory Over Injury podcast is hosted by Dr. Michael K. Ryan, MD, a board-certified, fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon. He speci ...
 
Health Care Rounds is a weekly podcast developed for health care leaders who are at the forefront of health care delivery and payment reform. Join Darwin Research Group founder and CEO John Marchica as he discusses the latest advancements in health care business news and policy developments, including interviews with dynamic leaders in health care. John is a veteran health care strategist and is leading ongoing research initiatives on health care delivery systems and value-based care. Health ...
 
Harry Glorikian is an investor and business expert at the convergence of health, life sciences, and IT. His books show how technology is transforming healthcare, from both the patient's point of view (The Future You: How Artificial Intelligence Can Help You Get Healthier, Stress Less, and Live Longer, 2021) and the industry insider's perspective (MoneyBall Medicine, 2017). He's also a natural at conversation. And here on the podcast, you'll hear Harry talking with the pioneers who are using ...
 
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BioFlash is a biweekly podcast, hosted by San Francisco Business Times biotech reporter Ron Leuty. From cancer immunotherapy to drug pricing, we explore the hot topics driving the life sciences ecosystem in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.
 
Applying to medical school can be a very complex and confusing process! All Access: Med School Admissions by Christian Essman, Senior Director of Admissions & Financial Aid at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio, brings listeners into informative and entertaining conversations between admissions colleagues from medical schools across the US. Christian and his guests try to bring transparency to the medical school application process and help prospective appl ...
 
The intersection of biology, medicine, and informatics is incredible. Join Kwat, MD-PhD student at Stanford and cofounder of few biotechs, as he interviews guests in these areas (and chats with his friends, idols, and more). If you are passionate about these fields, this show is for you. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kwat/support
 
MedEdTalks Ophthalmology is a continuing medical education podcast for physicians to allow them to learn while on the go and obtain CME credits. This show will focus in on ophthalmology topics, such as nAMD and Diabetic Retinopathy and includes interviews with Dr. Rishi Singh from the Cole Eye Institute, Dr. Andrew Moshfeghi from the USC Roski Eye Institute, Dr. Dilsher Dhoot from California Retina Consultants, Dr. Theodore Leng from Byers Eye Institute at Stanford, Dr. Nathan Steinle from C ...
 
Reach Your Height, gives limb reconstruction specialists as well as their patients access to thought leaders as they discuss best practices for patients undergoing limb lengthening and or reconstruction. Host Dr. Mitchell Bernstein, head of Pediatric Orthopedic Trauma at Montreal Childrens Hospital and co-director of the limb deformity unit at Shriner’s Hospital for Children in Montreal interviews highly regarded surgeons around the world. We’ll also hear from some of their patients. We hope ...
 
EdTech Café is a podcast series produced by the educational technology team at Stanford Medicine. Our team sits at the intersection of art, science, and education, and in this space we’ll sit down with other media- and production-savvy professionals to discuss how they use their talents to support science and education across the globe.
 
Teachers in White Coats is a podcast series produced by the Educational Technology team at Stanford Medicine, where we sit down with doctors, faculty, and other health professionals to hear their stories on the innovative ways they’ve used education to help improve health outcomes across the globe. The show is hosted by Erfan Mojaddam, Manager of Academic Tech and Innovation at Stanford Medicine.
 
Causes Or Cures is a health podcast hosted by Dr. Eeks! You'll most likely find her struggling with fatalism on a park bench with her dog. ;) You can reach her via bloomingwellness.com, her website, and read a bigger bio there. She works in the field of public health as an analyst, with a focus on epidemiology and scientific communications, and is currently consulting on several public health initiatives at the national and international level. She is also the host of the TrialSite News podc ...
 
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Dr. Michael Breus and Mandt Bros. Productions

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Struggling with sleep? Desperate for deep dreams? Or simply looking to be better in life? Then make sure you listen and subscribe to Sleep Success, a new health and wellness podcast that will improve your quality of life by providing hacks, tips, tools and techniques to let you rest more at night, so you can dominate the day. Hosted by the man known as The Sleep Doctor, Dr. Michael Breus, this weekly podcast will feature his incredible expertise and insights as well as fascinating conversati ...
 
This podcast is about muscle-related pelvic pain in men and women. Dr. David Wise, co-author of the groundbreaking book “A Headache in the Pelvic,” discusses the frequent misunderstanding and mistreatment of chronic pelvic syndromes, and the relationship between anxiety and pelvic pain. Dr. Wise, who also co-developed “Wise-Anderson Protocol,” a revolutionary treatment developed at Stanford University, explains how this Protocol focuses on the importance of self-treatment. Hear stories of me ...
 
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The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E 162 | Eric Appel: Gels are changing the face of engineering ... and medicineAn expert in gels explains why these “Goldilocks” materials are the among the most promising areas of research today.Readers of Eric Appel’s academic profile will note appointments in materials science, bioengineering and pediatri…
 
Readers of Eric Appel’s academic profile will note appointments in materials science, bioengineering and pediatrics, as well as fellowship appointments in the ChEM-H institute for human health research and the Woods Institute for the Environment. While the breadth of these appointments does not leap to mind as being particularly consistent, the con…
 
In 2020, Singapore was the model country when it came to the COVID-19 pandemic. They had exceptionally low case numbers and an almost non-existant death rate. Many people in the US, a country with high case and death numbers, would ask, "Why couldn't we do it like Singapore did it?" In Dec'2020, I had Dr. Walid Abdulluah, a professor and researcher…
 
Come one, come all, with your sarcasm hats and senses of humor, while Dr. Eeks provides pandemic updates and her perspective on why Big Pharma has our privileged selves between its teeth and is prolonging the pandemic. *Opinions do not reflect anyone Dr. Eeks works for. Don't be so serious, it's unbecoming & no one gets out of here alive. Follow Dr…
 
Mr. Matthew McQuillan, MS, PA-C, DFAAPA is the Department Chair for the Rutgers School of Health Professions Department of PA Studies and Practice. He is a nationally renown leader and educator who has led the accrediting body through one of the most difficult times in the history of our profession. His passion for faculty development, research, an…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E 163 | Kuang Xu: How to make (and keep) genetic data privateAn expert in genetic privacy says there’s a fine line between one’s right to know and another’s right to not know.One underappreciated fact about the explosion in genetic databases, like consumer sites that provide information about ancestry and h…
 
One underappreciated fact about the explosion in genetic databases, like consumer sites that provide information about ancestry and health, is that they unlock valuable insights not only into an individual’s past and future, but also for that individual’s entire family. This raises serious concerns about privacy for people who have never submitted …
 
In this “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) episode, Peter and Bob discuss all things related to testosterone: what happens when testosterone levels are low, and the potential benefits and risks of testosterone replacement therapy (TRT). They explain the physiology of testosterone, how it works, and how its level changes over the course of a person's life. The…
 
I could not think of a better way to start my tenure as host of New Books in Central Asian Studies than discussing Slow Anti-Americanism: Social Movements & Symbolic Politics in Central Asia (Stanford University Press 2021) with its author, Prof Edward Schatz from the University of Toronto. The book offers a privileged vantage point to assess the p…
 
Today we bring you the second half of Harry's conversation with Dave deBronkart, better known as E-Patient Dave for all the work he’s done to help empower patients to be more involved in their own healthcare. If you missed Part 1 of our interview with Dave, we recommend that you check that out before listening to this one. In that part, we talked a…
 
The University of Iowa PA program has a unique distinction as one of the only programs in the country to share their curriculum with their medical school. The first 18 months are identical for both medical and PA students and then each profession heads out on their clinical rotations. We speak with Dr. David Asprey, Associate Dean for Medical Educa…
 
Jeremy Loenneke has a Ph.D. in exercise physiology, a Master’s in nutrition and exercise, and is currently the director of the Kevser Ermin Applied Physiology Laboratory at the University of Mississippi, where he focuses his research on skeletal muscle adaptations to exercise in combination with blood flow restriction (BFR). In this episode, Jeremy…
 
In Labour, Mobility and Informal Practices in Russia, Central Asia and Eastern Europe (Routledge, 2021), Dr. Turaeva and Dr. Urinboyev have brought together a number of studies which explore the daily survival strategies of people within the context of failed states, flourishing informal economies, legal uncertainty, increased mobility, and globali…
 
Focusing on national Mental Health Awareness Week, this episode of the "Victory Over Injury" Podcast, presented by Andrews Sports Medicine, Dr. Michael K. Ryan's distinguished guest is Dr. Bhrett McCabe, PhD, clinical and sports psychologist. Selected content is featured from the "Victory Over Injury" full Episode 6, with Dr. McCabe, where various …
 
Full title: Stanford Professor & alum Mehran Sahami talks about his co-written book, System Error - Where Big Tech Went Wrong and How We Can Reboot.A forward-thinking manifesto from three Stanford professors—experts who have worked at ground zero of the tech revolution for decades—which reveals how big tech’s obsession with optimization and efficie…
 
Lance Armstrong is a legendary figure in professional cycling having won seven consecutive Tour de France titles but also a controversial figure facing scrutiny for the use of performance enhancing drugs. In this episode, Lance takes us through his meteoric rise to one of the most famous athletes in the world and his equally accelerated fall from g…
 
The Stanford University Masters of Science in Physician Assistant Studies team speaks with us about their program, their unique curriculum, and their commitment to service and leadership. We speak with Drs. Sue Fernandes, Nicole Burwell, and Jess Butler about their careers and vision for the future of Stanford University.…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E 161 | Lianne Kurina: How controlling confounders makes better epidemiologyPublic health studies are among the most challenging to get right, says this expert in epidemiology. But better design can yield greater confidence.As the world has learned through the recent pandemic, epidemiological studies can be…
 
As the world has learned through the recent pandemic, epidemiological studies can be complicated by many unanticipated factors. Lianne Kurina is an expert in the design of epidemiological studies who says that the key to greater confidence is better design. The gold standard, she says, is the randomized controlled trial—a study that compares groups…
 
The podcast is back with a new name and a new, expanded focus! Harry will soon be publishing his new book The Future You: How Artificial Intelligence Can Help You Get Healthier, Stress Less, and Live Longer. Like his previous book MoneyBall Medicine, it's all about AI and the other big technologies that are transforming healthcare. But this time Ha…
 
In 2007, Erik Jensen, helped launch the Afghanistan Legal Education Project, a collaboration with with Stanford Law School and the American University in Afghanistan to build a high quality legal program for Afghan law students. Today, dozens of Afghan men and women count themselves as graduates—lawyers critical to building the legal infrastructure…
 
Steve Rosenberg is the Chief of Surgery at the National Cancer Institute, a position he has held continuously for the past 47 years. Steve is a pioneer in the field of immunotherapies for cancer and a recipient of nearly every major award in science. In this episode, Steve discusses his inspiration for devoting his career to cancer research and des…
 
Dr. Dawn Morton-Rias is the first PA and woman of color to lead one of the four national organizations representing the PA profession. She shares her path to becoming a PA, her clinical journey, her work in PA education and her rise to national leadership. We'll learn more about the NCCPA and their role in supporting the profession in certifying PA…
 
Ted Ruback, MS, PA-C Emeritus is widely known as the father of CASPA, the centralized application service for the PA profession. He is also the founding father of the Oregon Health and Sciences University PA program in Portland, OR and he is the recipient of the two highest honors in our profession; the American Academy of Physician Assistants Euge…
 
In this “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) episode, Peter and Bob discuss the longevity benefits from greater cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) and greater muscle mass and strength. Conversely, they dive deep into the literature showing a rapid increase in morbidity and mortality risk as fitness levels decline with age. They also try to tease out the relative c…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E160 | Priyanka Raina: How computer chips get speedier through specializationIncreasingly, the path to faster, more efficient computers is in chips that excel at specific tasks, says this expert in chip design.For decades, the general-purpose central processing unit—the CPU—has been the workhorse of the com…
 
For decades, the general-purpose central processing unit—the CPU—has been the workhorse of the computer industry. It could handle any task—literally—even if most of those capabilities were unnecessary. This model was all well and good as chips grew smaller, faster and more efficient by the day, but less so as the pace of progress has slowed, says e…
 
In this podcast, Dr. Eeks discusses the current battle over the COVID-19 vaccine boosters, and how that ties into mandates, building the public's trust and what's happening in the rest of the world. Follow Dr. Eeks on Instagram here. Or Facebook here. Or Twitter Or Youtube Contact her through her website here: Blooming Wellness…
 
" Taking the time to listen and be empathetic while encouraging function and activity, and educating our patients, is the best tool for successful outcomes." Steven Feinberg, MD Chronic pain is a common reason for adults to seek medical care, greater than cancer, diabetes, and heart disease combined. An estimated 40% of the working population in th…
 
Harry's guest this week is Matthew Might, director of the Hugh Kaul Precision Medicine Institute at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Might trained as a computer scientist, but a personal odyssey inspired him to make the switch into precision medicine. Now he uses computational tools such as knowledge graphs and natural language processing t…
 
Off to picturesque New England to hear all about the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth from the Associate Dean for Admissions, Dr. Roshini Pinto-Powell. My conversation with her was incredibly enjoyable and you are sure to learn much about their curriculum and admissions process. If you find this podcast to be a helpful resource, RATE, REVIEW,…
 
Matt Kaeberlein is globally recognized for his research on the biology of aging and is a previous guest on The Drive. In this episode, Matt defines aging, the relationship between aging, chronic inflammation, and the immune system, and talks extensively about the most exciting molecules for extending lifespan. He discusses the current state of the …
 
In this episode of the "Victory Over Injury" Podcast, presented by Andrews Sports Medicine, Dr. Michael K. Ryan talks with fellow orthopedic surgeon Dr. Norman Waldrop. A board-certified surgeon in foot and ankle surgery, a recipient of numerous academic awards and grants, Dr. Waldrop has published book chapters and peer-reviewed articles, and is a…
 
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