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Dive into the heart of the animal kingdom with The Biome Podcast. We spotlight wildlife and the habitats they grace, delving into their anatomy and the ways they thrive as well as how they and their environment affect each other like a two way street. Sometimes joined by experts, we aim to kindle a deep-rooted love for wildlife and an intrigue in zoology and biology. Tune in every 7th and 21st of the month and journey with us into nature's marvels. For more, visit our website at www.biomemed ...
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Join this bearded man on an endless journey through hospitals, surgery centers, and clinics. Keeping medical devices operational while asking the age-old question to hospital staff... did you plug it in? Embark on this quest of service calls and the industry as a whole that leaves me pondering; why the hell do I love my profession so much. Knowledge will be given, occasional grievances will be shared, and laughter will commence! Leave a rating or review and check out the YouTube channel to w ...
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The "pick me up" podcast for overwhelmed autism warrior moms who are looking to get their child and their life back. Done with wasting time & money on in-effective therapies, extreme autism diets, supplements, test and Biomed protocols? Ninka-Bernadette Mauritson turned her son's autism around in Nature.This podcast is where you find the holistic tools, mindset strategies, experts and success path she used to get him from stimming, sleepless nights, tantrums, chaos and no eye contact to a ne ...
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Carrie Ross: Australian Clinical Nutritionist BSc.; NLP Master Practitioner; Food Behaviour Counsellor DipCouns/GcPsych and Hypnotherapist from The Mind-Body-Belly Academy© Speaks candidly about Emotional and Disordered Eating, Bariatric Surgery Nutrition and Self-Empowerment - Helping women live their best lives and BreakFree of the struggle between food and living to their best lives.
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Yes, these are popular science stories from the history of medicine. And no, this is not another retelling of biographies or 10,000ft. thematic reviews. Here we discuss specific events and talk about the unusual, intriguing, and often unbelievable life circumstances that accompanied this or that medical achievement. Craving more? Go to our Facebook page to view literary sources and texts. Laboraverum is brought to you by Meteor Production and narrated by its author Ed Kanalosh, MD, Ph.D., an ...
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Researchers Under the Scope
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Researchers Under the Scope

University of Saskatchewan, OVDR, College of Medicine

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Medicine is so much more than lab coats and stethoscopes. The research community at the University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine is a diverse group of humans, all working with their own unique motivations — and not all of them work in a hospital setting. Get to know what gets these researchers amped about their jobs, what they’re doing, where they’re doing it, and why. Presented by the Office of Vice-Dean of Research, College of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan.
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Science permeates everyday life. Yet the understanding of advances in biomedical science is limited at best. Few people make the connection that biomedical science is medicine and that biomedical scientists are working today for the medicine of tomorrow. Our weekly five-hundred-word newspaper column (http://www.illuminascicom.com/) and two-minute radio show provide insights into a broad range of biomedical science topics. Medical Discovery News is dedicated to explaining discoveries in biome ...
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WELLPOWER
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WELLPOWER

Kristin Weitzel

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A biohacking change-maker where intuition, science, self-experimentation, research, biology, technology, nutrition, fitness, environment, mindset, and wellness intersect. The show strives to give listeners insights and approachable methods to build the most effective and efficient path to building a stronger, healthier and ultimately…happier life. WELLPOWER is the ultimate biohacking roadmap and here to share continued learning around health optimization. And, it would be an honor to have yo ...
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Inside HSC
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Inside HSC

UNT Health Science Center Admissions & Recruitment

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Welcome to the Inside HSC podcast! This podcast is hosted and produced by the Admissions & Recruitment team at the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth! HSC is the second oldest institution in the UNT System and the only campus in the system completely focused health professions. Listen in on an episode learn more about our programs, campus life, and the #HSCExperience!
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At this moment of inflection in technology, co-hosts Elad Gil and Sarah Guo talk to the world's leading AI engineers, researchers and founders about the biggest questions: How far away is AGI? What markets are at risk for disruption? How will commerce, culture, and society change? What’s happening in state-of-the-art in research? “No Priors” is your guide to the AI revolution. Email feedback to show@no-priors.com. Sarah Guo is a startup investor and the founder of Conviction, an investment f ...
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The Future of Health Podcast, hosted by healthcare journalist Arunima Rajan, is an insightful audio journey that dives deep into the evolving landscape of healthcare, covering everything from groundbreaking research to the complexities of India's healthcare system. Tune in for a mix of captivating interviews, thought-provoking discussions, and powerful solo narratives that aim to inspire, inform, and broaden your understanding of the industry.
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Host Russ Altman, a professor of bioengineering, genetics, and medicine at Stanford, is your guide to the latest science and engineering breakthroughs. Join Russ and his guests as they explore cutting-edge advances that are shaping the future of everything from AI to health and renewable energy. Along the way, “The Future of Everything” delves into ethical implications to give listeners a well-rounded understanding of how new technologies and discoveries will impact society. Whether you’re a ...
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Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center's videos feature our leading scientists highlighting the latest advances in biomedical research. Our investigators explain how recent developments in genetics, biology, and other areas of science contribute to better treatments for cancer patients.
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Meet the leaders of today’s scientific revolution, and discover the new technologies allowing scientists to understand and treat disease, improve health, and overcome impossible odds. Today, research funded by the National Institutes of Health is making Amazing Things possible. The Amazing Things Podcast hosted by Adam Belmar is presented by United for Medical Research, a coalition of the nation’s leading scientific research institutions and industries, and health and patient advocates seeki ...
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BioCredible Podcast
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BioCredible Podcast

José Javier Otero, M.D., Ph.D.

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I am a physician-scientist that has worked in multiple academic centers in the United States. I have lived in poverty, suffered abuse, and overcame those obstacles to become an academic physician-scientist at a major University in the United States. I hope that my experiences can help other biomedical researchers and clinicians obtain perspectives to improve their work life balance. I discuss topics related to work-life balance, navigating careers in academic medicine, and discuss ways in wh ...
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Build a strong, healthy body that’s sustainable for you and the planet. Kate Galli from strongbodygreenplanet.com shares short, actionable solo shows and longer form chats where we cut through all the complicated, conflicting and confusing health advice and make living a healthy plant based #plantstrong (!) lifestyle simple and sustainable.
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College Knowledge brings you conversations with guests from in and around the college space, informing you about the application, admissions, and financial aid processes, showcasing different schools’ identities, initiatives, and programs, and giving you a candid look into your universities of interest through open conversation.
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The Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) is developing a series of podcasts in partnership with the studios of Healthcare Tech Talk. The podcasts will explore today's most pressing healthcare technology challenges and the multidisciplinary approaches that are being used to clarify and resolve them. Terry Baker and Kelley Hill, along with renowned subject matter experts, discuss everything from how different technology is developed, implemented, used and maintaine ...
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Yoga teacher and writer J. Brown is leading the way in the Slow Yoga Revolution, advocating for more intimate, breath-centered, therapeutic yoga practices. J interviews guests from old-school yoga teachers to other yoga revolutionists about philosophy and the business of yoga.
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We invite you to experience Arthroscopy in a new way. Each podcast presents a detailed discussion of a journal article published in Arthroscopy via author interviews conducted by AANA members. These engaging podcasts are designed to expand the listener's understanding through discussion of unpublished results, examination of interesting or unexpected findings, or exploration of related content. Expert opinion by senior authors is often included. We intend these podcasts to be entertaining an ...
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Welcome to the ZuLoo Pōōdcast podcast, where we talk all things poop, toilets, and sanitation. Through insightful news, impact stories, and quirky humor, we aim to discuss and highlight the critical role toilets play in whisking poop out of our lives, the impact toilets have (or the lack thereof) in the health and wellness of humanity, and what ZuLoo is doing to help solve the current global sanitation crisis.
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The gut health show – conversations with the most forward-thinking minds in health, fitness, science, nutrition and business. In-depth discussions about how our gut microbiome impacts our health, well-being, mood and more. Inside Matters was conceived by microbiome expert Dr James McIlroy as a platform to raise awareness of the importance of the gut microbiome. Our aim is to inspire and educate listeners around the world about the importance of gut health, equipping them with the knowledge t ...
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Friends of Franz is a space for anyone who loves to learn about all things science, healthcare, and medicine. Hosted by Christian Franz Bulacan, a registered nurse from New York City, this e-learning initiative began as an Instagram livestream series highlighting clinical and research experts from different specialties. From relaying their academic journeys to conveying their realizations and tackling field-specific questions where misinformation commonly lingers, the hope is to open the eye ...
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Healthcare Tech Talk is a show that discusses issues around each technology used in the delivery of healthcare, including Healthcare Information Technology, Informatics, Telemedicine and Clinical\Biomedical Engineering Technology. Terry Baker and Kelley Hill, who spend their days in the healthcare environment, sit down on both sides of the table of healthcare technology. Terry comes with more than 20 years of implementing and managing technology, and Kelley brings a decade of perspective fro ...
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A Medic Mentor podcast hosted by medical students Afrida, Mez, Hannah & Krish, all about what to expect in the life of a medical student. We talk about the day to day activities of both medical students and doctors across specialities and levels of training, while offering insight into frequently forgotten aspects of becoming a doctor. Expect to hear discussions of current affairs, personal anecdotes and top tips along the way! Let us know what you think, follow us @howtobecomeadr on Instagr ...
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Ikwekwezi FM Education Programs serve to delivering on the educational mandate of the public broadcaster (SABC). In true South African social tradition, Ikwekwezi FM Education Programs meet this challenge by delivering compelling educational content for diverse audiences in South Africa. The education content, gathered from a wide range of educational issues contributes to a rich cultural shared South African identity. Enriching Minds, Enriching Lives!
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Learn from the brightest CEOs in medtech and healthtech. That's our primary goal with Medsider. We unpack the strategies, tactics, and secrets behind the most successful startups. Join tens of thousands of ambitious doers and get access to the top medical device and health technology thought leaders.
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In this enlightening episode of the College Knowledge Podcast, sponsored by the College Planning Network and Paradigm Financial Group, hosts Dave Kozak and Joe Kerins dive deep into the world of biomedical engineering with a special focus on the pioneering program at West Chester University. Our distinguished guest, Dr. Zhongping Huang, the foundin…
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Army veteran and entrepreneur Sheila Buswell joins Joe for this episode of Veteran On the Move. Injured during her service in Bosnia and following a medical discharge, Sheila channeled her determination into academic pursuits, earning degrees in Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering. Witnessing the challenges of her mother's own recovery she saw a …
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Only the future will tell which of the biomedical discoveries of 2023 are real breakthroughs. However, even before the future delivers its verdict, it's only natural for us to perceive some of them as particularly exciting. Here are the top 7 for 2023.By Eduard Kanalosh
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This conversation with Biomedical Scientist Dr Faraz Harsini covers A LOT. I am in awe at the multitude of ways in which Faraz advocates from both an evidence based and ethical framework for a vegan world where human and non-human animals alike, live free from oppression. Faraz, is the Founder and CEO of Allied Scholars for Animal Protection (ASAP)…
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Summary In this episode, the host discusses the importance of follow-through in the biomedical technician profession. He highlights the common issue of technicians not completing the entire job, particularly in terms of communication and checking out with the person they are working for. The host emphasizes the need for proper job flow and completi…
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Ryan Kurczak, host of The Kriya Yoga Podcast, talks with j about understanding and appreciating what is real. They discuss being ordained into Kriya Yoga by Roy Eugene Davis, the history of Self Realization Fellowship, scalability and maintaining direct connection, vedic astrology, occultism, dramatizing your spiritual path, Ishvara Pranidhana, Sam…
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This week, Joe Crane welcomes Stephanie Dasher, Navy Veteran and Executive Director of the Warrior Surf Foundation (WSF). WSF empowers Veterans struggling with PTSD, depression, and other mental health challenges by offering free surf therapy, yoga, wellness classes, and a supportive community.Stephanie shares her personal journey: transitioning ou…
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In this week’s episode, host Daniel Rami talks with Heather Randell, an assistant professor at the University of Minnesota, about dams and reservoirs that have been built on Native American reservations in the United States. Reservoirs are built by damming a river and flooding an area of land; in the United States, Native American reservations have…
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On May 19th, 2016, Vegan Mountaineer Kuntal Joisher stood on the summit of Mt. Everest and accomplished his dream. Although as you will soon hear, guilt would follow. Because as passionate as Kuntal is about the mountains, he is at least as committed to speaking out for the animals, as an ethical vegan. Back in 2016, vegan food was the ... READ MOR…
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How would you feel if you met a dinosaur in your local city park? Not a vision or an imitation, but a real living dinosaur? This is exactly the feeling that scientists experienced when examining influenza patients in 1977. What had died out many years ago suddenly appeared before them, alive, active, and dangerous… And a year later, a British profe…
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Mark Skylar-Scott is one of the world’s foremost experts on the 3D printing of human tissue, cell by cell. It’s a field better known as bioprinting. But Skylar-Scott hopes to take things to a level most never imagined. He and his collaborators are working to bioprint an entire living, working human heart. We’re printing biology, Skylar-Scott tells …
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Have you ever seen the meme that goes: "Nursing exams be like: 'Which one is the most orange?'" and goes on to provide four images of the same orange fruit? Having been a nursing student myself years ago who bore the burden of these tests that were often oblique and required specific tackling strategies, I understand the pressure and mental stress …
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Notion is a productivity app that has invested heavily in AI to create products that enable workers to access information instantly without having to search through their own countless notes. Today on No Priors, Sarah and Elad are joined by Ivan Zhao, the co-founder and CEO of Notion, to talk about Notions Q&A interface and calendar applications. T…
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In a phase 2b clinical trial, adding tumour’s messenger RNA to immunotherapy reduced deaths in stage III/IV melanoma by an additional 49%. These are the advanced stages of the cancer when metastases spread to several lymph nodes near the primary tumour and start to spread to distant areas of the body such as the brain, lungs, liver, etc. Patients w…
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In this episode of Medsider Radio, we had an engaging conversation with Ananth Ravi, CEO of MOLLI Surgical, a medtech startup that has developed an award-winning, wire-free soft tissue localization technology for breast cancer surgery. Growing up in Zambia, Ananth lost his best friend to treatable brain cancer, which ignited his passion for creatin…
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Alzheimer's disease is thought to have 5 different organic substrates, produce 5 different laboratory values, have 5 different prognoses, and require 5 different treatments. If the differences are so significant and multifaceted, then aren't these actually 5 different diseases?By Eduard Kanalosh
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On today's show we are thrilled to learn at the feet of legendary entrepreneur and "anything is possible" superstar Suzy Batiz, creator of the ubiquitous and original Poo-Pourri toilet spray! 🌸🚽🌸😊 Suzy shares with us her journey of liberation and how she harnessed the energy of intuition to change her life and the world around her for the better. S…
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Drs Spiker and Lynch discuss Machine Learning Model Identifies Preoperative Opioid Use, Male Sex, and Elevated Body Mass Index as Predictive Factors for Prolonged Opioid Consumption Following Arthroscopic Meniscal Surgery.By AANA
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Tara Stiles, co-founder of Strala Yoga, returns to compare notes with J about the current state of the yoga world. They discuss the ray of humanity that brought them back together, letting go of brick and mortar spaces, online trends moving from brands to influence, opening up the conversations around spirituality, connecting across divides, gentle…
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This week, Joe sits down with Army veteran and entrepreneur Josh Halu, founder and CEO of The Psychedelic Exchange. Josh served as a helicopter pilot for 7 years, graduating from West Point and earning his MBA while still on active duty. He transitioned to the corporate world but driven by a desire for purpose and passion turned to entrepreneurship…
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Our intercalation series is back with another episode! Join Hannah as she talks to Cam McIntosh about what it's like to intercalate in Medical Education at Nottingham! This episode delves deep into Cam's very own experience with transitioning from Medicine at Bristol to Medical Education at Nottingham. Learn more about the course, the application p…
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In this week’s episode, host Margaret Walls talks with Carlos Martín, a project director at the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University and a university fellow at Resources for the Future, about housing adaptation and resilience amid climate change, using as a primary example New Orleans housing infrastructure after Hurricane Katrina…
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Haissam Haddad inadvertently horrified his family when he signed up for engineering courses in his first year of university. The teenager returned the next day to change his major to medicine -- a move he's glad he made. Dr. Haddad practiced family medicine in Syria for three years, then arrived in Canada in 1986 to visit his wife's family, who urg…
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I was so caught up in the horrors of the dairy industry after prepping for this conversation with Lisa DeCrescente about her original screenplay The Next Girl film that I called it a documentary multiple times! It’s not. As Lisa shares, this is a drama about a girl born into a dystopian reality that cleverly prevents a non-vegan audience from ... R…
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Cognitive scientist Michael Frank studies differences in how children and AI learn language. There is a “data gap” between the billions of words ChatGPT has to work with and the millions of words a toddler is exposed to. But, says Frank, children learn in a rich social context that supports their learning. He’s currently conducting the “BabyView St…
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Over the past few years, the health and wellness space has been flooded with the concept of the "gut microbiome," or the ecosystem of microorganisms in our stomachs. Probiotics, which have become prominent on social media, are said to strengthen this bacterial community and can result in benefits like improved nutrient absorption, skin inflammation…
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Dive into the heart of winter with "The Biome Podcast" as we explore the season's harshest trials and the remarkable adaptations that allow life to flourish. In our Animal Spotlight, we unveil the wood frog's miraculous freeze-thaw cycle, a marvel of nature that challenges our understanding of life and death. Then, our Technical Section broadens th…
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The conservation story of Canada's polar-vortex-loving Wood Bison is one of colossal mistakes, stacked odds, and (to our gleeful surprise) hope and optimism. These animals have survived drowning, disease, and hybridization, and have gone on to... success? Allan explores this topic in today's episode. Primary Sources: 2018 Wood Bison Recovery Strate…
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You need to heal your trauma to heal your child. But trauma healing is tricky. You can get sucked into an addiction to pain, a healing hamster wheel, and a dark world of alternative healers who keep you in and endless loop of pain. There's a dark way to turn autism symptoms around and there's God's way. Do you know the difference? Trauma will eithe…
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Many companies that are building AI products for their users are not primarily AI companies. Today on No Priors, Sarah and Elad are joined by Emily Glassberg Sands who is the Head of Information at Stripe. They talk about how Stripe prioritizes AI projects and builds these tools from the inside out. Stripe was an early adopter of utilizing LLMs to …
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The following is a conversation with Dr. Alan Walker, a senior lecturer at the Rowett Institute for Nutrition and Health at the University of Aberdeen. Dr Walker has worked in the microbiome field for the last 20 years. Throughout this episode, he shared with us some of his insights into how the field has developed, and how new technologies have im…
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In this episode of Medsider Radio, we sat down with Harlee Sorkin, CEO of InterShunt Technologies, a startup developing a minimally invasive catheter designed to treat heart failure. By improving blood flow and lessening the heart's workload via a shunt, the company's technology holds promise for easing heart failure symptoms. Harlee is a co-founde…
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Last time we talked about a sad period of 6 centuries, starting from the death of Galen in 216 and ending in 802, when the first university was founded. During these 6 centuries, ancient medicine was almost completely lost, but the appearance of the Salerno school was its new birth. Today we are going to talk about 7 random but interesting facts re…
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