Best postdoc podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Post Doc Podcast
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Every Week we watch a documentary. What happens after? That's the documentary
 
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People Behind the Science Podcast - Stories from Scientists about Science, Life, Research, and Science Careers
 
Are you searching for stories to ignite your curiosity, teach you to perform better in life and career, inspire your mind, and make you laugh along the way? In this science podcast, Dr. Marie McNeely introduces you to the brilliant researchers behind the latest discoveries in science. Join us as they share their greatest failures, most staggering successes, candid career advice, and what drives them forward in life and science.
 
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Post Hoc, The West Wing Podcast
Monthly+
 
A podcast that relives the glory of The West Wing, episode by episode.
 
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ThePostdocWay's Podcast
Monthly
 
ThePostdocWay was created to provide an interactive space for social exchange between postdoctoral scholars. Our mission is to foster a sense of community by addressing issues related to the 'postdoc experience' and providing practical solutions. This objective is facilitated by engaging in original discussions focused on career development and exploration.
 
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Dean's Podcast
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Every month, host Carolyn Watters, dean of graduate studies at Dalhousie University, talks to other deans, faculty, postdocs and graduate students about where graduate studies is going in Canada and internationally.
 
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Sara Borniquel started her career as a scientist in Spain, before moving to Sweden in 2008. At Karolinska Institute she combined a postdoc position -leading a pre-clinical study about immune-inflammatory diseases- with two internships at KI Innovations AB and Stockholm-Uppsala Life Science. Since 2014, Sara has held several positions in industr ...…
 
Oh me oh my another Post Doc!?
 
Dr. Eklund and I discuss topics such as: the effect and cost-effectiveness of Chiropractic Maintenance Care (MC) in a population with recurrent and persistent LBP, the demarcation of a LBP episode, psychological and behavioral characteristics of chiropractic patients compared to the other primary care patients, and predictive properties of the ...…
 
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DANIEL SWORD Inspirational People
 
Ett inspirerande samtal med Professor i Nanoteknik Lars Samuelson. Med 2,5 miljarder i beviljade anslag och 250 anställda har han byggt en av världens 3 främsta nanoteknologicentrum. Intervjuad av Daniel Swärd.Lars Samuelson disputerade 1977 i fasta tillståndets fysik vid Lunds universitet. Han var postdoc vid IBM Research i San José i Kaliforn ...…
 
Prof Andrew Davison from Imperial College presents at the Event-based Vision Workshop It was a hectic but interesting week at the 2017 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation in Singapore. Here’s a brief recap of some of my observations and experiences. Popular Fields Computer/robotic vision and navigation-related (SLAM, locali ...…
 
Swimming is just like life, you know? You know what I mean?
 
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STEM Voices
 
We are excited to welcome Laura Sampson to STEM Voices. She is currently postdoc at the Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics at Penn State, where she is working on modeling measles epidemics. Prior to switching to fields to epidemiology, Laura was a postdoctoral fellow in physics at Northwestern University’s Center for Interdisciplinary Explo ...…
 
After seeing Coral for the first time on a family trip, Vivian knew what she wanted to study. Dr Vivian Cumbo researched corals in her honours and PhD and now is focusing on oysters in her post-doc. In this episode she talks about her journey and how she found her way. She also discusses some of her fears and aspirations, and any advice she can ...…
 
Human beings evolved to move. Our bodies, including our brains, were fine-tuned for endurance activities over millennia of stalking and chasing down prey. “We’ve engineered that out of our lives now,” says Charles Hillman, a psychology professor at Northeastern University who has spent decades studying the link between exercise and cognition. T ...…
 
I mean come on… this documentary is gr8 af.
 
Howdy, howdy bug lovers! Today on Arthro-Pod we meet up with Dr. Aaron Dossey of All Things Bugs. Aaron is ascientist who has followed an interesting career trajectory from postdoc to CEO. He's got a book out (link down below) wrote the resolution to get National Postdoc Appreciation Week passed by congress! In the show, we cover topics like in ...…
 
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Post Doc Podcast
 
Zoinks! We’ve been Pet Fooled! Hahahahaha
 
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Slightly Evolved Podcast
 
Welcome to Episode 18 of Slightly Evolved! It's a slightly different format this week. Ilkka Hanski was Professor of Ecology at the University of Helsinki, but sadly died in May 2016. Ilkka made huge contributions to the fields of ecology, evolution, conservation and immunity, but will probably be remembered by many for his pioneering work in m ...…
 
Is your lab is filled with compassionate, positive individuals who offer nurturing support and gentle guidance to help you achieve your full potential as a scientist? We didn’t think so. While you may encounter a handful of Positive Pollyannas throughout your career, you’re also likely to run into a few Negative Nancys. Rather than encouraging ...…
 
Is your lab is filled with compassionate, positive individuals who offer nurturing support and gentle guidance to help you achieve your full potential as a scientist? We didn’t think so. While you may encounter a handful of Positive Pollyannas throughout your career, you’re also likely to run into a few Negative Nancys. Rather than encouraging ...…
 
*Sigh* What a doc. What a post!
 
Gjennom bryggerier i elleve afrikanske land har Heineken introdusert nederlandsk øl for et nytt og stadig større marked, men til hvilken pris? Journalisten Olivier van Beemen avslørte i 2015 hvordan selskapet har samarbeidet med totalitære regimer, diktatorer og minst én krigsforbryter. Heineken har dessuten unndratt skatt og vært delaktig i ko ...…
 
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PolliNation | A Pollinator Health Podcast
 
Dr. David Lowenstein is a post-doc researcher at Oregon State University’s Department of Horticulture. Today we talk about his fascinating research on urban pollinators during his time in Chicago. We discuss biodiversity in a city, what property owners can do to attract pollinators, and the unique challenges of urban bee research. For more, vis ...…
 
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Post Doc Podcast
 
“…if he says the horse can do, it can do, it can do.”
 
More than 2.5 million peer-reviewed articles appear in scholarly journals in a single year – creating a deluge of data that requires a technology solution Interview with Jane Reed http://media.blubrry.com/beyond_the_book/p/beyondthebookcast.com/wp-podcasts/ReedPodcast.mp3 Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Email | Download Epilepsy, leukemi ...…
 
More than 2.5 million peer-reviewed articles appear in scholarly journals in a single year – creating a deluge of data that requires a technology solution Interview with Jane Reed http://media.blubrry.com/beyond_the_book/p/beyondthebookcast.com/wp-podcasts/ReedPodcast.mp3 Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Email | Download Epilepsy, leukemi ...…
 
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AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK
 
The WannaCry ransomware worm spread across the planet is a matter of hours, infecting over 200,000 computers in just a matter of hours - this included hospitals in the UK, phone service in Spain, and even a Russian ministry. The malware was stopped dead by one security researcher who basically got lucky. In today’s show, I will explain what Wan ...…
 
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AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK
 
The WannaCry ransomware worm spread across the planet is a matter of hours, infecting over 200,000 computers in just a matter of hours - this included hospitals in the UK, phone service in Spain, and even a Russian ministry. The malware was stopped dead by one security researcher who basically got lucky. In today’s show, I will explain what Wan ...…
 
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FIREWALLS DON'T STOP DRAGONS
 
The WannaCry ransomware worm spread across the planet is a matter of hours, infecting over 200,000 computers in just a matter of hours - this included hospitals in the UK, phone service in Spain, and even a Russian ministry. The malware was stopped dead by one security researcher who basically got lucky. In today’s show, I will explain what Wan ...…
 
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People Behind the Science Podcast - Stories from Scientists about Science, Life, Research, and Science Careers
 
Dr. Jim Trefil is the Robinson Professor of Physics at George Mason University. He received his PhD in Physics from Stanford University. Postdoc at CERN in Geneva and at MIT. Jim served on the faculty at the University of Illinois and the University of Virginia before joining the faculty at George Mason University where he is today. Jim is a Fe ...…
 
Jason and Emily deep dive into the well worn territory of the JonBenet Ramsey case — this time in song! (okay, not in song, but jeez we got to do something to set ourselves apart huh!?)
 
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Big Picture Science
 
Time passes like an arrow, but what if it flew like a boomerang? Scientists are learning how to reverse time’s most relentless march: aging. But before we rewind time, let’s try to define it, because there’s plenty of debate about just what time is – a fundamental component of the universe or a construct of our consciousness? Find out why, even ...…
 
Part 1: When Sarah Demers gets a work-study job working on a particle detector, she has no idea what she's in for.Part 2: After being discouraged from pursuing science, Katy Rodriguez Wimberly searches for her place in the military and as an actor.Sarah Demers is the Horace D. Taft Associate Professor of Physics at Yale University. She is a par ...…
 
Part 1: When Sarah Demers gets a work-study job working on a particle detector, she has no idea what she's in for.Part 2: After being discouraged from pursuing science, Katy Rodriguez Wimberly searches for her place in the military and as an actor.Sarah Demers is the Horace D. Taft Associate Professor of Physics at Yale University. She is a par ...…
 
Part 1: When Sarah Demers gets a work-study job working on a particle detector, she has no idea what she's in for.Part 2: After being discouraged from pursuing science, Katy Rodriguez Wimberly searches for her place in the military and as an actor.Sarah Demers is the Horace D. Taft Associate Professor of Physics at Yale University. She is a par ...…
 
Jason and Emily discuss My Ialian Secret as I get worse and worse at writing these descriptions.
 
Every researcher and academic is like a one-person ‘start-up company’ to begin with, especially during their doctorate and possibly into their early post-doc phase. Indeed, perhaps researchers are… https://medium.com/advice-and-help-in-authoring-a-phd-or-non-fiction/assessing-your-research-and-publication-choices-316a36d28263 business model can ...…
 
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Distraction with Dr. Ned Hallowell
 
While Dr. Hallowell's demanding schedule has him travelling around the country and the world, we're taking a second listen to some of Distraction's most popular episodes from Season 1. In this episode Ned goes back to East Rock Coffee, the no-electronics café, where he connects with David Reed, who received his PhD at the University of Toronto ...…
 
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Distraction with Dr. Ned Hallowell
 
While Dr. Hallowell's demanding schedule has him travelling around the country and the world, we're taking a second listen to some of Distraction's most popular episodes from Season 1. In this episode Ned goes back to East Rock Coffee, the no-electronics café, where he connects with David Reed, who received his PhD at the University of Toronto ...…
 
Megan interviews Molly Sheehan, a bioengineering post-doc who is running for US Congress in 2018. Molly grew up in Pennsylvania, studied biology at Haverford College, and received her PhD in biochemistry and molecular biophysics from the University of Pennsylvania. She is now a post-doc in bioengineering developing new molecular imaging techniq ...…
 
Remember that Steve Carrel movie that didn’t involve him building an ark? Where he didn’t arrange animals by two by two? And also wasn’t The Big Short? That movie was based off the real life story that this documentary covers! I assume… I dunno truthfully.
 
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PhD Career Stories
 
Dr Filippo Guarnieri earned his PhD in theoretical physics in 2014. He is currently working as a postdoc in theoretical physics at NORDITA in Stockholm, Sweden and is the chair of the Max Planck Alumni Association. In this episode, Filippo will share his story about his transition from academia to entrepreneurship, which he is presently underta ...…
 
Every year the CVR's postdocs and students award the 'Sir Michael Stoker award' to a leading scientist in virology who comes to our institute, meets with students and staff and gives a lecture. Past winners include Vincent Racaniello, Peter Piot, Francoise Barre-Sinoussi, Beatrice Hahn with this year's winner being David Baltimore. In 2015, Jon ...…
 
Welcome to Episode 13 of Slightly Evolved! Our guest is Dr Rachel Penczykowski from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, who is soon to start a faculty position at Washington University in St Louis. This week we are talking about disease! Rachel talks about her research on how ecological context can influence the prevalence and spread of dis ...…
 
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Joi's Conversations Podcast
 
Conversation with Nadya Peek, a postdoc in the Center for Bits and Atoms. We will be talking about many things including an additive manufacturing and 3D steganography using 3D printers that she recently invented. [EP-EN-37]
 
Bank on it!
 
Imposter syndrome might make you feel all alone in the world, but ironically, many graduate students, postdocs, and faculty members experience the same feelings of inadequacy. This week on the show, we interview Dr. Maureen Gannon, PhD, about the sources of imposter feelings and the practical steps you can take to work through them. By every [… ...…
 
Imposter syndrome might make you feel all alone in the world, but ironically, many graduate students, postdocs, and faculty members experience the same feelings of inadequacy. This week on the show, we interview Dr. Maureen Gannon, PhD, about the sources of imposter feelings and the practical steps you can take to work through them. By every [… ...…
 
This week, Isabel and Andy talk to Will Kelly, a post doctoral researcher involved with the post-doc union and the Science March in Sacramento. We discuss the implications of defunding science for researchers, kids, and the economy, as well as some of the demons facing science culture. Most importantly, we talk about the Science March in Sacram ...…
 
Let’s hear how opportunities in a postdoc office as a graduate student, led her down the path to becoming a postdoctoral affairs director.
 
The most royal episode yet. Super duper royal. Very royal indeed.
 
Brian Young is a filmmaker and MFA Writing for Fiction candidate at Columbia University, speaks fluent Navajo, and is currently writing a novel based on his native Navajo culture. He’s also the editor for this podcast. Brian and Torah discuss the uncanny similarities of their life stories. They are both first-generation college graduates, Brian ...…
 
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