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BioPharma EH&S Podcast. The latest discussion on potent compound safety, occupational toxicology, industrial hygiene, and compliance management software. To submit questions or comments to the podcast email affygility@gmail.com or call our listener voicemail line at 206-984-3214.
 
With help from leading experts, dark web entrepreneurs, and a homegrown house band, Toxicologists Howard Greller (@heshiegreshie) and Dan Rusyniak (@drusyniak) take you on an entertaining and educational journey into the field of Medical Toxicology. Special thanks to our announcer, Josh Shelov (@shelovj), Witness Protection Products™, and our house band, Meconium Aspirate. Comments, questions, suggestions, future topics, recipes? @dantastictox. Stay Healthy, True Believers!
 
RTI International’s Center for Forensic Science presents Just Science, a podcast for forensic science professionals and anyone with an interest in learning more about how real crime laboratories are working to do their job better, produce more accurate results, become more efficient, and solve more crimes. This podcast deals with a range of issues, including leadership in the crime lab, new technologies, sexual assault response, and broader challenges for science and public security. We cove ...
 
The Motherhood Meets Medicine Podcast is a space that brings all women together. It's for those who hope to be a mom one day, those who are already mothers, and mothers of mothers. This podcast will give you candid, informal interviews on motherhood topics that you can listen to while you're driving to work, folding laundry or whatever else your busy day may bring. Each week, Your host, Lynzy Coughlin, will be focusing on topics ranging from postpartum issues to feeding babies to managing to ...
 
Welcome to the ToxNews Update, your one stop shop for all things Toxicology! We understand how hectic life can be and that’s why we’ve created a resource that condenses all of the major happenings in the world of Toxicology into a short monthly podcast. The ToxNews Update will keep you in the loop with AACT, ACMT, and AAPCC monthly activities, meetings, conferences, deadlines, and member achievements. Subscribe today and if you like what you hear leave a rating or a review. Ratings and revie ...
 
An interview podcast bringing you the people and stories behind the science of how biological, physical, and chemical agents may cause adverse reactions to public, animal, and environmental health. This podcast is presented by the Society of Toxicology (SOT) and hosted by SOT members Anne Chappelle and David Faulkner. About Anne After graduating from the University of Delaware with a BS in biology in 1991, Anne Chappelle accidentally found her calling when she worked a gap year in an industr ...
 
A crime novelist doesn't expect to investigate someone she loves. But on a chilly morning in July, K.B. Marie receives two phone calls. One from her uncle, saying her mother was found dead in her bedroom from an overdose. A second from a homicide detective saying he believes it was murder — and her uncle is the suspect. Now Marie wants to find the truth, sifting through conflicting details and compelling evidence. It will require a fearless look into her mother's dark past and a relentless c ...
 
I help Millennial Professionals Maximize their Performance Physically & Mentally DISCLAIMER: All information provided by Alex Muir is of a general nature and is spoken from Alex Muir's personal experiences, and personal opinions on the topics related to fitness, health, and education only. No information is to be taken as medical or other health advice pertaining to any specific health or medical condition. You agree that use of this information is at your own risk and hold Alex Muir harmles ...
 
What is an EM Stud? 1. A medical student with the drive and determination to learn as much as possible about Emergency Medicine. 2. A medical student who's knowledge, compassion, and work ethic is above and beyond the rest. 3. A medical student who will one day become a great emergency physician. 4. A new podcast for EM Studs brought to you by folks in the Department of Emergency Medicine at VCU.
 
These are five podcasts that were broadcast on Lincoln's Siren FM radio during Science Week, 2010. They are part of an undergraduate chemistry course for Forensic Science students. This unit covers all the major areas of chemistry (inorganic, organic and physical) and is directed towards those theoretical and conceptual aspects that are developed subsequently in later stages of the course. Throughout the unit students are encouraged to develop practical skills necessary for all future chemis ...
 
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Essential oils, household cleaners, medications, and lawn care chemicals. We have so many things around our homes that could be dangerous if ingested by children. What should we and should not be worried about? Today Dr. Daria Falkowitz and I are reviewing the most common household substances that children are exposed to, what to do if your child e…
 
In episode one of our 2021 NIJ R&D and Beyond mini season, Just Science sat down with Dr. Frances Scott, a physical scientist in the Office of Investigative and Forensic Sciences at the National Institute of Justice, to discuss the Seized Drugs and Toxicology research and development portfolio. With the introduction of new and more complex substanc…
 
Margaret “Meg” H. Whittaker, Managing Director and Chief Toxicologist of ToxServices LLC, outlines the similarities and differences between risk assessment, alternative assessments, and green chemistry. Co-hosts Anne Chappelle and David Faulkner also discover how alternative assessments can lead to safer and more sustainable products that protect a…
 
In episode three of our 2021 NIJ R&D and Beyond mini season, Just Science sat down with Danielle McLeod-Henning, a physical scientist and program manager in the Office of Investigative and Forensic Sciences at NIJ, to discuss Forensic Anthropology and Forensic Pathology. Danielle McLeod-Henning has been the physical scientist in charge of the foren…
 
When you are expecting a baby, there are so many decisions to make before, during, and after labor. Having a midwife can be a true source of comfort throughout this time. What exactly is a midwife though? How does it differ from an OB or doula? My friend Ailsa is on the show to shed some light on what exactly a midwife does. I know you will feel Ai…
 
We chat with Alex Krotulski about his work with CFSRE and NPS Discovery. You can find out more about these initiatives, and access the many resources they produce, at https://www.npsdiscovery.org/ Contact us at toxpod@tiaft.org Find out more about TIAFT at www.tiaft.org The Toxpod is a production of The International Association of Forensic Toxicol…
 
BioPharma EH&S Podcast Episode No. 28. Hello everybody and welcome back to another Episode of the BioPharma EH&S Podcast, my name is Dean Calhoun of Affygility Solutions and this is the podcast dedicated to discussing critical environmental, health and safety issues facing the biopharma industry, helping you take your environmental, health and safe…
 
At one time, newborns with diseased or absent kidneys had few options other than adult-sized dialysis machines. Today, aquapheresis therapy is a treatment option to provide renal support for neonates. In 2020, St. Louis Children’s Hospital began using aquapheresis therapy to care for babies with congenital or acquired renal disorders, one of few ce…
 
The life of Percy Harrison Fawcett was never short of adventure. An amateur explorer who obtained a gold medal for his services to the Royal Geographical Society, in a time long before planes, GPS and radio communication. He was a man with a story and a character so much larger than life, that popular fiction has drawn influence on them for years, …
 
In episode two of our 2021 NIJ R&D and Beyond mini season, Just Science sat down with Dr. Gregory Dutton, a physical scientist in the Office of Investigative and Forensic Sciences at the National Institute of Justice, to discuss NIJ’s Impression, Pattern, and Trace Evidence research portfolio.   Between latent fingerprints, firearms, footwear, pain…
 
Modern forensic toxicologists are able to detect tiny amounts of drugs in a sample. Is it possible we are now too sensitive? Contact us at toxpod@tiaft.org Find out more about TIAFT at www.tiaft.org The Toxpod is a production of The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists. The opinions expressed by the hosts are their own and do not nec…
 
Today we’re continuing my “mothers from around the world” series! In this episode, I’m chatting with Jessica Matson. Jessica lives just outside of Toronto, Ontario. She talks about her incredible experience using midwife care, which included several in-home visits from them postpartum. Sounds amazing, right? Wait until you hear about her maternity …
 
In this episode, AFSO21 Radio, The Weekend Wrap-up host Kevin Ferrara sits down with fellow veteran and firefighter Jason Kling to hear his thoughts on his experience in fire protection and emergency services. Jason shares with Kevin's audience how he became interested in emergency services, the military, and how he took his military experience and…
 
From vaping to wildfire smoke to pollutants such as diesel exhaust to airborne diseases, the lungs are the organ most exposed to our external environment, according to Ilona Jaspers of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Jaspers also introduces co-hosts Anne Chappelle and David Faulkner to convergence science, a new approach to int…
 
This episode features three members of the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN) Adolescent Sexual Health Working Group. PECARN is a network that performs multicenter research related to the emergency care of children. The Adolescent Sexual Health Working Group is focused on researching topics of interest around sexual and repr…
 
Have you ever researched the differences in postpartum care around the world? It is fascinating to see how different things are, such as paid maternity/paternity leave and expectations of a mom after birth. Today I’ll be chatting with Tracey Agnese on this topic. We’ll look at postpartum care globally, how certain cultures differ from one another, …
 
We chat with Jenny Button, Deputy Director of Chiron, about the use of reference standards in forensic toxicology. Jenny's written a book chapter about all this - it's really good! Here's a link. Contact us at toxpod@tiaft.org Find out more about TIAFT at www.tiaft.org The Toxpod is a production of The International Association of Forensic Toxicolo…
 
In 1885 a terrifying string of attacks in Austin, Texas erupted through the city, preying on the servant class. An unknown attacker, or band of attackers, broke into the residences of servants across the city, striking many of them in the head with an axe. The attacks carried on for months with police making little advancement until the night of Ch…
 
With pre-print services, data sharing, open access, and the internet rapidly changing the journal publication landscape, Toxicological Sciences Editor-in-Chief Jeffrey M. Peters provides co-hosts Anne Chappelle and David Faulkner with perspective on how journals are adapting to the times. Dr. Peters also details how new training and guidance progra…
 
Have you ever had a gut feeling that something was concerning about your child’s development, behavior, or health? This is what Melissa Hammerle experienced when she knew something was going on with her son and suspected he had autism. Melissa is on the podcast to share her story of all the heartbreaking challenges her family went through to get an…
 
Tim chats with Marthe Vandeputte about the current and potential uses of activity based assays in forensic toxicology. Links to a couple of Marthe's papers on the topic are below: Validation of activity-based screening for synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonists in a large set of serum samples In vitro functional characterization of a panel of non-…
 
Welcome to the first episode of a new interview series I’ll be holding two times per month. In these interviews, I’ll have a casual conversation with mothers who are living in countries around the world. We’ll discuss topics like prenatal care, pregnancy, postnatal care, delivery, schooling, and parenting in other countries. Today we are joined by …
 
In this episode, Weekend Wrap-up host Kevin Ferrara speaks with Tom Cook, Pennsylvania State Fire Academy Administrator. Tom shares with the audience how he got into the fire service and ultimately found his calling as the academy's Administrator. Tom shares what the academy does and how it's structured. Throughout the podcast, Tom and Kevin discus…
 
This episode focuses on high-powered magnet ingestions in children and was a collaboration with Elizabeth Curtis – @egcurtismd and Libby Ireson – @LibbyIreson, two Categorical Pediatrics Residents at Cincinnati Children’s who served as producers and guest hosts. These rare earth magnets were briefly removed from the market because children swallowe…
 
One in four. This is the well-known statistic of women who experience miscarriage. Regardless of how common miscarriage is, that doesn’t make it any easier to go through. Dr. Michelle Rockwell is sharing her story of miscarriage with us on the podcast and how her experience was affected by COVID. Our hope is that this episode will make you feel les…
 
We look at 5 recent publications in the field of toxicology. Karoly, H. et al. Effects of high-potency cannabis on psychomotor performance in frequent cannabis users. (2020) Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research, X:X, 1-9 Prado, E. et al. Metabolism of synthetic cathinones through the zebrafish water tank model: a promising tool for forensic toxicology…
 
In 1953, a strange story crept out of the Philippines, when newspapers began reporting on the Dracula Girl, a young, Filipino vagrant, who had been arrested for prostitution and who now appeared to be facing even darker powers, as she battled with a pair of tormentors, collectively known as The Thing. For over two weeks, doctors, reporters, prison …
 
Ohio State University’s Darryl B. Hood reveals how a database with about 25,000 environmental factors and variables associated with the public health exposome may soon lead to major breakthroughs in addressing disparate public health outcomes in various communities. He also shares with co-hosts Anne Chappelle and David Faulkner his experiences from…
 
With the warm weather upon us here in the Northern Hemisphere it will soon be time for the pools to open. This episode is therefore incredibly timely, and focuses on the spectrum of submersion injuries and their management. Learn about drowning physiology, when to admit to the hospital, and how to assess the child who went under water unexpectedly …
 
Sleep is so incredibly important. When your baby is not sleeping well, it affects everyone in your home. If your baby isn’t sleeping at night or only taking short cat naps, sleep training may be the next step. But how do you know if sleep training is right for you? Our guest today, Melissa Perry, is breaking it all down so that you can make the bes…
 
We chat with Hilary Hamnett about the complex issue of cognitive bias in forensic toxicology. If you'd like to hear more from Hilary about cognitive bias, you can contact her at HHamnett@lincoln.ac.uk Contact us at toxpod@tiaft.org Find out more about TIAFT at www.tiaft.org The Toxpod is a production of The International Association of Forensic Tox…
 
In this episode, AFSO21 Radio, The Weekend Wrap-up host, Kevin Ferrara sits down with two of the most popular comedians in the fire service, Jason Patton, Vice-President of Fire Department Coffee and creator of Fire Department Chronicles, and Brent Fenton, otherwise known as Firefighter Fenton who you might recognize by his iconic mustache and Bost…
 
Epigenetics expert Dana C. Dolinoy of the University of Michigan School of Public Health illuminates how our nascent understanding of the epigenome is leading to breakthroughs in understanding the causes—and potential treatment—of some public health problems. Co-hosts Anne Chappelle and David Faulkner also talk with Dr. Dolinoy about the collaborat…
 
As your baby reaches the age of 4-6 months, one of the hottest topics is how to best introduce solids. Should you stick with purees or go straight to baby led weaning? Today, Abbie Gacke is here to discuss all the topics around solid foods. We’ll look at when to start them and how to start them. Which foods do you start with? Do we need to give wai…
 
In episode three of our Sexual Assault Awareness Month mini season, Just Science sat down with Dr. Patricia Melton, co-director of the Bureau of Justice Assistance’s National Sexual Assault Kit Initiative Training and Technical Assistance program, to discuss a new resource that will help criminal justice practitioners support sexual assault respons…
 
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