Best phenotype podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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This Week in Evolution is a podcast on the biology behind what makes us tick.
 
This 90-minutes symposium was presented at NACFC Anaheim 2011, offering information on the current treatment options for patients with cystic fibrosis, as well as information on emerging therapies. The topics include:- CFTR gene modifiers: what are they & how they work- The importance of the CFTR genotype/phenotype interaction- The role of gene modifiers in determining CF presentations- Using gene-targeted therapies to implement individualized treatment
 
'Recognizable phenotypes associated with intracranial calcification'
 
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Episode 2 of the Dynamics and Complexities of Colorism Mini Series “The Color of Love” will focus on the psychological, emotional, physical, and social effects of colorism on the well-being and growth of Black Brazilian girls and women. Topics include racial hierarchies in families, racial features, hair, light skin, dark skin, children, love, ...…
 
Bill Jacobs talks about developing mycobacterial genetic tools and using them to discover ways to shorten TB treatment. He also talks about the SEA-PHAGES program that allows high-school students to participate in phage discovery. Host: Julie Wolf Subscribe (free) on iPhone, Android, RSS, or by email. You can also listen on your mobile device w ...…
 
If your looking for information related to cannabis seed genetics, then you've come to the right place. I had the pleasure of talking to Mike Haagen of Joker Genetics. Mike and I spoke for nearly one hour discussing cannabis seed genetics, strains, splicing, fennel hunting, genotypes, phenotypes and much more during our fireside chat. Mike is a ...…
 
Can digital phenotyping through cellphones reveal such minute patterns in our behavior that it can prevent suicide or detect some other abnormality that may endanger others? Or is it just a big marketing scam? Today on CyberWorld Podcast.
 
Jimmy Barrett and Shara Fryer take you through the stories that matter on the morning of 2/28/2018, including: An emerging field, digital phenotyping, tries to assess people’s well-being based on their interactions with digital devices; As Congress returns to Washington this week, a sweeping and polarizing debate on guns is waiting for them, an ...…
 
Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, associate editor from the National Heart Center and Duke National University of Singapore. Today's feature paper is going to cause us to rethink the way we prognosticate patients with pulmonary ...…
 
In 2017, the federal states of Baden-Wurttemberg and Bavaria suggested the extension of the law on the analysis of forensic DNA. Up to now, DNA fingerprinting in forensic settings may, in addition to non-coding features of DNA, only analyze the chromosomal sex of the person, but not any other openly visible feature. Bavaria and Baden-Wurttember ...…
 
In 2017, the federal states of Baden-Wurttemberg and Bavaria suggested the extension of the law on the analysis of forensic DNA. Up to now, DNA fingerprinting in forensic settings may, in addition to non-coding features of DNA, only analyze the chromosomal sex of the person, but not any other openly visible feature. Bavaria and Baden-Wurttember ...…
 
Oncolytic Virotherapy is a form of immunotherapy that is now being tested on malignant brain tumors in children. Dr. Gregory Friedman is the principal investigator for the first-ever pediatric trial of Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV G207) in children with recurrent or progressive brain cancers. The herpes virus, which typically causes cold sores, ha ...…
 
In this episode I go through some necessary information on obesity, I talk in more detail about classifications and obesity Staging System – tools by which health practitioners assess obesity. But I mainly focus on a second topic – the obesity epidemic, and statistical overview that defines it. I must apologise for the sound of my voice, which ...…
 
Jane Ferguson: Hi, everyone. Welcome to Episode 08 of Getting Personal: -Omics of the Heart. I'm Jane Ferguson, and this podcast is brought Circulation Cardiovascular Genetics and the AJ Functional Genomics and Translational Biology Council. This is the September 2017 episode, and this month we delve into some of the newest research coming out ...…
 
In the view of Genetics, the phenotype represents the consequence of genotype–environmental interactions that are universal and relates to all living organisms. In humans, environmental effects are complex, and their relative importance may vary considerably according to the genetic constitution of the individuals. Human health conditions and t ...…
 
In this podcast, we are going to critically review yet another paper that has made headlines, though not for the right reasons. The paper is by Hongjun Shi published in New England Journal of Medicine in August 2017, titled ‘NAD Deficiency, Congenital Malformations, and Niacin Supplementation’. Now that’s a rather more dull title than the headl ...…
 
Learn all about YOU at http://23andMe.com/asapWhere Do People Live The Longest? https://youtu.be/zQnAJ7B6NKcHow can you increase your aging odds?Subscribe: http://bit.ly/asapsciCreated by: Mitchell Moffit and Gregory BrownWritten by: Rachel Salt & Gregory BrownIllustrated by: Max SimmonsEdited by: Sel Ghebrehiwot & Mitchell MoffitFOLLOW US!Inst ...…
 
The human body has great potential and intelligence. It contains genetic and epigenetic information or biological family lineage information and spiritual life information. In the view of genetics, phenotype equals genotype plus environment. In general, people are not aware of their epigenetic information and spiritual life history. With vital ...…
 
Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, associate editor from the National Heart Center and Youth National University of Singapore. Coming right up, we will be discussing fascinating new data on the prevalence of subclinical coronary ...…
 
In Episode 15 of Hidden Forces, host Demetri Kofinas speaks with Dr. Eric Schadt. Eric Schadt is founding director of the Icahn Institute for Genomics and Multiscale Biology and Chair of the Department of Genetics and Genomics Sciences at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. During the course of his 20-year career, Dr. Eric Schadt has b ...…
 
On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, I had the pleasure of welcoming Dr. Kenneth Miller onto the show to discuss patient care transitions between physical therapy settings. Dr. Kenneth L. Miller is a physical therapist and educator with more than 20 years of experience working in home care and inpatient rehab settings, as w ...…
 
Advanced paternal age is one of the more replicated risk factors for autism - but maybe not autism as it as seen as a disorder. Recent studies by Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Kings College of London show in both animal models and in epidemiological studies that advanced age in fathers is associated with the "active but odd" phenotype and ...…
 
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 ...…
 
We like to bring you some of our favorite conversations from our catalogue as we think about new ways to explore the topic. This week we’re bringing you our Visual Anthropology conversation split into two, digestible parts, so here’s part 2. Plus we (still) miss Aneil and wanted to hear his voice again. We hope... The post Visual Anthropology R ...…
 
This month, Deputy Editor Susan K. Schultz, M.D., discusses patient preference and functional connectivity of the subcallosal cingulate cortex as possible predictors of treatment response in major depression, a behavioral phenotype of autism spectrum disorder characteristic of patients with known genetic abnormalities, functioning of the brain’ ...…
 
We like to bring you some of our favorite conversations from our catalogue as we think about new ways to explore the topic. This week we’re bringing you our Visual Anthropology conversation split into two, digestible parts. Plus we miss Aneil and wanted to hear his voice again. We hope you enjoy the conversation revisited with us! Join us for a ...…
 
We like to bring you some of our favorite conversations from our catalogue as we think about new ways to explore the topic. This week we’re bringing you our Visual Anthropology conversation split into two, digestible parts. Plus we miss Aneil and wanted to hear his voice again. We hope you enjoy the conversation revisited... The post Visual Ant ...…
 
We like to bring you some of our favorite conversations from our catalogue as we think about new ways to explore the topic. This week we’re bringing you our Visual Anthropology conversation split into two, digestible parts. Plus we miss Aneil and wanted to hear his voice again. We hope you enjoy the conversation revisited with us! Join us for a ...…
 
Vocal cord dysfunction, AKA paradoxical vocal fold motion is more common than you might think. Patients often present to the Emergency Department in respiratory distress and “wheezing.” Learn about the diagnosis itself, different phenotypes and what treatment options are out there. References Christopher KL, Wood RP 2nd, Eckert RC, Blager FB, R ...…
 
Question: List three non-limiting examples of the types of characteristics considered by the courts when determining whether there is a marked difference. Answer: Non-limiting examples of the types of characteristics considered by the courts when determining whether there is a marked difference include: Biological or pharmacological functions o ...…
 
Spiders appear to offload cognitive tasks to their webs, making them one of a number of species with a mind that isn’t fully confined within the head.
 
Jesus Gil, Cell Proliferation Group MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences (LMS) Imperial College, Hammersmith Hospital Campus London, UK speaks on "Linking senescence and inflammation: the senescence-associated secretory phenotype (SASP)". This movie has been recorded at ICGEB Trieste.
 
Are circulating exosomes in serum derived from pediatric patients with dilated cardiomyopathy modulating the phenotype of cardiomyocytes and causing a pathological response in cells? Yes, according to a novel and technically-challenging in vitro study by Jiang et al. Listen as Guest Editor Sumanth Prabhu (University of Alabama at Birmingham) in ...…
 
Dr. Judith Campisi is a professor of biogerentology at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging and a co-editor in chief of the Aging Journal. As an expert on cellular senescence, the discussion involves a lot of talk about aging and cancer, where senescence plays a very important fundamental role. What are some of the strategies we might use i ...…
 
Dr Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, associate editor from the National Heart Center and Duke National University of Singapore. Our feature paper this week really adds to our understanding of the cause/effect relationship between ob ...…
 
“I build stuff” is how data scientist Eric Perakslis modestly describes his breathless career, a journey that’s taken him from industry to academia and back again, with a brief stop at the FDA. Eric’s first job after college was at a small combinatorial chemistry startup in Boston, but he was soon recruited to J&J, where he spent more than a de ...…
 
Join Our Beta Program Community - Here! ---- Time Stamped Show Notes: 0:41 – Jonny opens the show 0:53 – Jonny discusses how we often blame obesity on genetics, even if we don’t have proof 01:55 – Jonny discusses how our genes have an impact on how well we tolerate certain foods 02:33 – Jonny explains several studies about the FDO gene and its ...…
 
Professor Bob Snow from our KEMRI-Wellcome programme in Nairobi, Kenya, tells us how his research brings together epidemiological profiles and government policies to maximise malaria control programmes in Africa Quality data is vital to design better malaria control programmes. This project helps various African countries gather epidemiological ...…
 
Does exposure when pregnant to the nanomaterial titanium dioxide have an impact on progeny? Listen as Associate Editor Gary Lopaschuk (University of Alberta) interviews lead author John Hollander (West Virginia University School of Medicine) and content expert John Ussher (University of Alberta) about the recent study by Hathaway et al., which ...…
 
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