Best genomic cancer research podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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This podcast series is brought to you by the AKC Canine Health Foundation. The AKC Canine Health Foundation is the largest nonprofit organization to fund exclusively canine health research. CHF’s goal is to help all dogs live longer, healthier lives. Since 1995, over $40 million has been allocated to research diseases such as cancer, epilepsy, orthopedics, cardiology, and ophthalmology as well as provide educational programming. The research is diverse, ranging from the search for genetic ca ...
 
Renewable energy and environmental conservation, sustainability, cancer research, genetics and genomics, diabetes and obesity, nanotechnology, space exploration, robotics, and K-12 science education. SCIENCE AND SOCIETY airs Mondays, 2PM to 3PM EASTERN. SCIENCE AND SOCIETY premiered in June 2003 and has presented interviews with more than 600 world leaders in science, industry, and education, including Nobel Laureates, best-selling authors, visionary executives, and Federal and State public ...
 
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CPD members can earn 2 points for each Podcast listened tooIn the podcast, Stephen Dixon (Deputy Actuary at Munich Reinsurance Australia) questions Jessica Chen (Director of Insurance, Finance at BT Financial Group) on the research, potential impacts and considerations of modern genetic testing in the Dialogue thought leadership paper 'Genetics ...…
 
My guest joining me for this podcast episode is Dr. Pawel Buczkowicz. He is the Chief Medical Affairs Officer and the VP of Business Development at Gene42. He received his PhD in cancer genetics and molecular pathology from the University of Toronto. His research has been published in leading medical journals such as Nature Genetics. His discov ...…
 
Cristina Nixon is a licensed certified genetic counselor with the Cancer Risk Assessment and Genetics Program at Main Line Health in Pennsylvania. In addition to counseling patients, she also assists with research, including a study looking at multi-gene panels in BRCA1/BRCA2-positive families. Cristina also has completed the City of Hope’s int ...…
 
Andrew Hessel is the CEO of Humane Genomics Inc. The company is creating a software-directed process that, given any cancer cell, can design and manufacture a customized medicine to kill it, in just a few days. The company is seed funded by Deloitte. Previously, he was a distinguished researcher at design software giant Autodesk and co-chair of ...…
 
When cancer develops, it alters our genes in a way that leaves a permanent trace. For so long, these traces were a disguise that helped cancer to hide itself and evade our attempts to eradicate it from the body. But now, thanks to very rapid advances in technology, it is possible to sequence the entire human genome within a short period of time ...…
 
My friend, Teri Cochrane talks about the mathematical mysteries of living a high vibration life. She is a graduate of the University of Florida and Huntington College. She’s an integrative practitioner and thought leader in functional epigenetic nutrition. She integrates kinesiology, biophysics, and nutrigenomic evaluations to help develop an i ...…
 
This week on Grad Chat: Caitlin Miron PhD candidate, Chemistry, supervised by Dr Anne Petitjean.Topics: Small molecule recognition of unusual DNA architectures for applications in biological systemsOverview: Although DNA is best known for its classical double helix or duplex structure, it can also adopt other biologically relevant architectures ...…
 
David Hess, M.D. – the dean of the Medical College of Georgia (MCG) at Augusta University and the executive vice president for medical affairs and integration at Augusta University joined CW Hall on TopDocs Radio to talk about the college and how it's working to meet the need for highly-trained physicians in Georgia. MCG is the state’s public m ...…
 
“The Forum on Healthcare Innovation: Technology and the Future of Healthcare Delivery” was hosted by Jackson Laboratories in Farmington, CT on the UCONN Health campus on October 25-26, 2017. The conference was full of healthcare innovators and professionals and covered genetic testing (including direct-to-consumer), genomics, the microbiome, pa ...…
 
As a consortium partner of the NCI-designated University of Kansas Cancer Center and Stowers Institute for Medical Research, Children’s Mercy Kansas City is part of an elite group of pediatric cancer research centers. The strength in pharmacogenomics and genomics at Children’s Mercy, opens up new avenues for diagnosis and treatment of various f ...…
 
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This week we discuss precision medicine and genetic testing with Dr. Jill Hagenkord, Chief Medical Officer at Color Genomics, which provides genetic testing for hereditary cancer and high cholesterol risks as well as preventative health services, including genetic counseling. We spoke to her about recent breakthroughs in cancer research and pre ...…
 
Thirty percent of the approximately 12,500 children diagnosed with cancer each year may have a genetic cause for their disease. A promising area of research in childhood cancer is genomic medicine, in which the genes of children with certain cancer diagnoses are closely examined. Advances in this field have shown that certain childhood cancers ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: DNASubtitle: The Story of the Genetic RevolutionAuthor: James D. Watson, Andrew Berry, Kevin DaviesNarrator: Jonathan CowleyFormat: UnabridgedLength: 19 hrs and 24 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 08-22-17Publisher: Random House AudioRatings: 4.5 of 5 ...…
 
At the end of each of my podcasts I ask my guest this question: “Entrepreneurism, are we born this way, or do we learn to become entrepreneurs?” Never has this question been as loaded as it was for my guest today. Dr. Mansoor Mohammed is a clinical geneticist, and we discussed the correlation and connection between our genetic makeup, our DNA, ...…
 
It’s an exciting time to be part of the childhood cancer research community, and this interview was focused on career advice for those interested in childhood oncology and research. The availability of genomic profiling of tumors, targeted agents and the development of new immunotherapies are increasing the opportunities available to patients t ...…
 
It’s an exciting time to be part of the childhood cancer research community, and this interview was focused on career advice for those interested in childhood oncology and research. The availability of genomic profiling of tumors, targeted agents and the development of new immunotherapies are increasing the opportunities available to patients t ...…
 
Celebrated speaker, author, cancer specialist, and CBS news contributor David Agus, MD discusses his long and varied career in the field of medicine on today's episode of Redefining Medicine. As Professor of Medicine and Engineering at the University of Southern California's Keck School of Medicine, Dr. Agus has also co-founded Navigenics--a pe ...…
 
Ever wonder who might win in a ‘battle of the microbiota’? Would the obese microbiota take over? Or might the lean microbiota prevail? Perhaps you’re not even sure what the microbiome refers to or how it impacts your health. Today’s guest will explain the science behind the bacteria in your gut, and how the microbiome works in conjunction with ...…
 
There are foods that suddenly become super hip, such as Kale, or coconut water, or Spirulina, or Avocados. And for good reasons, as these foods are so called super foods – that’s a category of foods with exceptional nutritional value and benefits for our health. One of these foods recently added, is a powerful spice, a root of the Ginger family ...…
 
CRISPR genome editing could hold the key for treating and curing diseases such as cancer, leukemia, and HIV/AIDS. But However, Dr. J. Keith Joung of Massachusetts General Hospital warns there is growing evidence that CRISPR could alter regions of the genome which researchers are not targeting. What are the consequences? The iconic Canadian rock ...…
 
Today our conversation is with Jack Andraka about his love of science, how persistence paid off for him, and about the future of medicine. Prepare to be charmed by the 20-year-old wunderkind, who was only 15 years old when he invented groundbreaking cancer-detecting technology. Jack is also the author of the book Breakthrough, on the faculty at ...…
 
Let’s Get Technical with Stacey Marien and Alayne Mundt On today’s episode we cover a number of topics. First off is Katina Strauch with her weekly Rumors segment. Then we hear from Katina’s husband Bruce Strauch as he tells us a fascinating “Case of Note” story involving reality TV, violent street gangs and the anti-SLAPP statute. We then hear ...…
 
This month we're zooming in on cancer, finding out how researchers are tackling tumours in unprecedented detail. Plus, our gene of the month is the guardian of your genome, rather than the galaxy.
 
Which fabulous foods can make a difference for our health? There might be too many to count. For this show, we are focusing on the science supporting the health benefits of just three power-packed foods: olive oil, curcumin and cherries. Extra-Virgin Olive Oil Is One of the Fabulous Foods: Olive oil is a pillar of the Mediterranean […]…
 
Which fabulous foods can make a difference for our health? There might be too many to count. For this show, we are focusing on the science supporting the health benefits of just three power-packed foods: olive oil, curcumin and cherries. Extra-Virgin Olive Oil Is One of the Fabulous Foods: Olive oil is a pillar of the Mediterranean […]…
 
Phil and Stephen discuss medical breakthroughs enabled by the new gene "word processor,' CRISPR CRISPR and the Dawn of the New Biotech Revolution CRISPR genome editing will transform biotechnology and our lives in the next decade making possible (and cheap*) all kinds of new cures, new crops, new livestock, new industrial processes, and new way ...…
 
Professor Tomas Lindahl, winner of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, talks about his research with DNA and the human genome. Dr. Lindahl shares insights about the vulnerability of your DNA… and how it might be possible to fix it. Is a cure for cancer on the horizon? Discover why medical research is one of the most important investments there are.…
 
Jonathan Hirsch is the Founder and President of Syapse, a market leader in precision oncology solutions. Jonathan is dedicated to the Syapse vision of transforming healthcare through precision medicine. As President, he works closely with healthcare providers to create a robust software platform that brings together previously fragmented clinic ...…
 
Rev. Jonathan Fisk talks with guest Rhonda Ries about the plausibility of evolution. Rhonda is a Genomic Supervisor at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and the author of “Of Fleas and Ferns” in the March 2017 Lutheran Witness. Get your copy of the Lutheran Witness at cph.org/witness.
 
Dr. Gareth Morgan of the UAMS Myeloma Institute joins us to share more about the Myeloma Genome Project, a global effort to create a broad collection of high-quality genomic and clinical data from multiple myeloma patients to improve diagnosis, prognosis and treatment. The project will compile a broad set of genetic data and resulting outcomes ...…
 
In the news this week, the launch of NeuroCDRD – a new initiative to accelerate development of treatments for neuro diseases; OICR researchers invent a new molecular barcode technology; and Aurinia Phramceuticals prices a US$150.5 million public offering of common shares. We have all this and more coming up on Biotechnology Focus Radio. Story 1 ...…
 
Hosts: Nels Elde and Vincent Racaniello Guest: Stephen Goff Nels joins Vincent in New York City to speak with Stephen Goff about transmissible clam cancers and the silencing of integrated retroviral genomes. Become a patron of TWiEVO A sixth modality of infectious disease (PLoS Path) Horizontal transmission of clam cancer (Cell) Transmissible b ...…
 
Ahead on Biotechnology Focus Radio : Bellus Health back in the game with a new therapeutic asset, BC Cancer Agency scientists make two breakthrough discoveries, and RepliCel Life Sciences gets by with a little help from its friends. We have this and more in store for you on this week’s show. Welcome to another episode of Biotechnology Focus Rad ...…
 
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