Best utsa podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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UTSA UPDATES
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Chi Alpha at UTSA
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Sermons from Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship at the University of Texas at San Antonio.
 
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NEUROSCIENTISTS TALK SHOP
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Neuroscientists Talk Shop is the University of Texas at San Antonio's (UTSA) Neurobiology Podcast, showcasing the current research of internationally renowned guest Neuroscientists. Each episode features a moderated discussion with a cross section of UTSA Neurobiology faculty, highlighting the featured guest's research, and the state of the art in the field at hand.
 
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Gateway Fellowship Church
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From Gateway Fellowship in Helotes, Texas
 
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InsideUTSA.com Podcast
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The official InsideUTSA.com podcast. Every Wednesday night, we discuss the latest in Roadrunner football, recruiting, basketball and C-USA sports.
 
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Cooler Chronicles Podcast
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Cooler Chronicles weekly podcast covering all that is good and interesting about UTSA Road Runner sports in San Antonio
 
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Vidal joins Adam for this week's episode of the Fun Belt edition. The two go over the Dennis Franchione era at Texas State and how the program landed Everett Withers (2:15). Training camp opened with some major losses (10:30) and it could be another ugly season. The Bobcats just got a nice new alternate logo (26:20) and the tailgate scene is aw ...…
 
With the Sydney Science Festival and National Science Week upon us, Dr Alice Williamson filled Lucy in on some amazing research from two women killing it in Australian science. Professor Shari Forbes is a forensic chemist and professor at UTS, and she's the lead researcher and coordinator of Australia's first body farm, where she's studing huma ...…
 
"VYPE Locker Talk Radio" brings in Houston volleyball legend John Turner, founder of the "Adidas John Turner Volleyball Classic", UTSA Head Football Coach Frank Wilson and 5 star hoops sensation Quenton Grimes of College Park High School.John Turner has built the AJTVC into the biggest high school volleyball tournament in the nation. We discuss ...…
 
Welcome to the Genealogy News from Geneatopia I’m Patty Roy, also known as Dinah Larkham in Second Life. Today is Tuesday June 27, 2017 and this is Episode 104. Ancestry IPO Ancestry.com has confidentially submitted a draft registration statement for a proposed initial public offering to the US Securities and Exchange Commission. There is a pro ...…
 
I dagens avsnitt pratar vi hur du kan navigera kring din utmaning beroende på om det är ett 5km lopp eller upp till flerdags etapp-lopp. Det finns en del att ta hänsyn till men det finns ett par enkla grundpelare att luta sig till när det kommer till energibehov och din prestation. I detta avsnitt försöker vi reda ut så många vi kan. Huvudområd ...…
 
Dr. Taraneh Maghsoodi-Zahedi received her Bachelor’s of Art degree from Azad University in Iran in 1992. Then she moved to Unite States in 1995. She received her Bachelor’s of Science degree from UTSA in 2000. She received her DDS in 2006 from university of Texas health science center San Antonio (UTHSCSA). Following graduation, she continued h ...…
 
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Mobile Home Park Investors with Jefferson Lilly & Brad Johnson
 
Welcome to episode 54 of the Mobile Home Park Investors podcast, hosted by Jefferson Lilly and Brad Johnson, with the Park Street Partners. Brad is off on this week’s episode. Jefferson does a quick recap of the MHI Show that was hosted in Vegas this year, and shares some of the useful technologies he found out about while at the tradeshow. Key ...…
 
Ett Nördigt avsnitt som kommer ut på en onsdag för en gångs skull, känns som att det var ett tag sedan. Eller? Veckans panel består av Malin, båda bröderna Berglöf och Victor.Först ut så får Malin orera i två timmer om Persona 5, efter det så är Malin och Niklas oense om HBO-serien The Night Of och efter det så blir det några snabba recensioner ...…
 
The graduate transfer pool has dwindled, but Iowa State is hosting UTSA forward Jeff Beverly on a visit this week to help shore up its front court. Beverly tells Cyclone Scoop co-hosts Alex Halsted and Dylan Montz about his initial impression of Iowa State, how he could fit into the roster and how stops at three other schools have prepared him ...…
 
Dr. Damian Krysan is a physician and an Associate Professor at the University of Rochester Medical Center. Dr. Krysan studies fungi, which in addition to their known roles in e.g. food spoilage and alcohol fermentation, can cause significant disease in humans. Fungi typically cause serious and potentially fatal disease in immunocompromised peop ...…
 
By podcast@sachialpha.com (San Antonio Chi Alpha).
 
Dr. David Bisaro is a Professor at the Ohio State University. Dr. Bisaro studies plant viruses, which are a major source of economic loss for farmers. Plants, just like humans, can be infected with viruses, but unlike humans they don’t have antibodies and immune cells to fight off virus infections. This can be devastating for farmers who can lo ...…
 
By podcast@sachialpha.com (San Antonio Chi Alpha).
 
You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers! Join us as we discuss community colleges versus big name schools, getting national merit scholarships, and dealing with bad teachers. Here are the questions Megan and Gretchen tackle on today’s Q&A show: COMMUNITY COLLEGE […] The post 156: Community Colleges, National Merit Scholarships, and Bad Teachers ...…
 
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Joanna Phillips (UCSF) fields our questions about the cellular microenvironment: how cell signaling and interactions are mediated by glycocalyx proteoglycans and components of the extracellular matrix. The discussion touches on how these cell surface and microenvironment factors impact migration and cancer proliferation. Duration: 44 minutes Di ...…
 
By podcast@sachialpha.com (San Antonio Chi Alpha).
 
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Jim Surmeier (Northwestern University) talks to us about integrating circuit, ion channel and bioenergetic vantage points to define quantitative, neuron-specific mechanisms of pathology in Parkinson’s disease. He guides the group through a discussion of how his hypothesis-driven approach is informing an exciting new clinical trial for slowing t ...…
 
I denne episoden går jeg gjennom, dag for dag, hvordan det er å gjennomføre en 5 dagers faste. Så da har jeg om morgenen skrevet litt om hvordan jeg har gjort dagen før og hvordan jeg føler meg. Så dette er altså slik jeg har følt det underveis. Jeg har eksperimentert med fasting flere ganger de siste 2 årene. Jeg har prøvd ramadan style fastin ...…
 
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James Tepper (Rutgers Newark) joins us 10 years down the line to revisit the topic of our inaugural podcast discussion, which centered on the diversity and origins of striatal interneurons. A number of the original group are joined by some new faculty to consider how the field has expanded and evolved in the last decade. Duration: 43 minutes Di ...…
 
By podcast@sachialpha.com (San Antonio Chi Alpha).
 
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Alan Lerner (Case Western Reserve) offers his perspective as a clinician-scientist in understanding the scope of Brain Health as a “big science” initiative. He describes how a broad alignment of public health, medical, clinical and basic science perspectives are informing new perspectives on the treatment and prevention of neurodegenerative dis ...…
 
By podcast@sachialpha.com (San Antonio Chi Alpha).
 
The play-by-play voice of UTSA Football, Andy Everett, joins the show to discuss the 2017 Roadrunners. Andy describes what it's been like watching UTSA football transform from a proposal to making a bowl game in 2016, and the excitement of the 2017 season. Andy also explains what makes Head Coach Frank Wilson unique, and why he's seemingly able ...…
 
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Gemma Casadesus-Smith (Kent State) discusses new strategies in thinking about Alzheimer’s disease and its prevention, and what we understand about the disease process through clinical indicators. The group takes on some hard questions about the approaches being used to guide clinical trials, and why some ideas appear to linger past their prime. ...…
 
By podcast@sachialpha.com (San Antonio Chi Alpha).
 
Dr. Sangkon Oh is an Investigator and Adjunct Professor at the Baylor Institute for Immunology Research in Dallas. Dr. Oh studies dendritic cells, which are critical cells of the immune system that are typically the first cells to recognize invading microbes and alert the rest of the immune system to develop a protective response to eradicate t ...…
 
Dr. Alex Berezow is a science reporter, he works with the American Council on Science and Health to report on scientific discoveries and current issues. He discusses some of the difficulties associated with reporting on science to an increasingly skeptical and/or distrusting general public. In the era of fake news, conspiracy theories, and the ...…
 
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Nick Hollon (Fellow, Xin Jin Lab, Salk Institute) leads us in a fantastic discussion on neuroeconomic approaches to understanding the neural correlates that govern value-based decision making. Duration: 41 minutes Discussants:(in alphabetical order) Salma Quraishi (Res Asst Prof, UTSA) Carlos Paladini (Professor, UTSA) Matt Wanat (Asst Prof, UT ...…
 
By podcast@sachialpha.com (San Antonio Chi Alpha).
 
Is Alabama-Florida State the biggest Week 1 game ever? Is there any place to park at Temple? What's Baylor's offensive identity now? What does a college football guy do at the Sloan Conference? Can Butch get the upper hand on Lane? How high can Frank Wilson build UTSA? Lots of questions on today's PAPN.…
 
Whooping cough, caused by the bacterium Bordetella pertussis, is an extremely dangerous and potentially fatal disease for infants. We rarely see this disease anymore because everyone is routinely vaccinated against it with the DPT childhood vaccine. But there has lately been a resurgence in whooping cough cases, caused primarily by a reformulat ...…
 
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Christiane Linster (Cornell) discusses the theory and experimental realities at play in modeling learning, memory and neuromodulation in the olfactory system of rodents. Duration: 40 minutes Discussants:(in alphabetical order) Salma Quraishi (Res Asst Prof, UTSA) Todd Troyer (Assoc Prof, UTSA) Charles Wilson (Ewing Halsell Chair, UTSA) acknowle ...…
 
By podcast@sachialpha.com (San Antonio Chi Alpha).
 
Dr. Stefan Pukatzki is a Professor of Immunology and Microbiology at the University of Colorado in Denver. Dr. Pukatzki studies Vibrio cholerae, the bacterium that causes the human disease cholera. Cholera is a dangerous water-borne disease that rapidly spreads through human populations in large epidemics. Dr. Pukatzki discovered that V. choler ...…
 
By podcast@sachialpha.com (San Antonio Chi Alpha).
 
Mr. Cliff Kapono is a PhD student at the University of California San Diego. The human body is covered with trillions of microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, fungi, protozoa), and these microbes produce lots of different chemicals that affect humans in many different ways. Kapono’s thesis studies are based on the idea that surfers spend a lot of ...…
 
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Bennet Ibey (Air Force Research Laboratory) discusses the biophysics of how membranes react to electric field pulses. The discussion centers around our reference point for this phenomenom, electroporation. Duration: 48 minutes Discussants:(in alphabetical order) Salma Quraishi (Res Asst Prof, UTSA) Fidel Santamaria (Assoc Prof, UTSA) Charles Wi ...…
 
Listen in as McCook host not only the best African American Chef in San Antonio but the best Chef in the city representing "Black Excellence". Also a young scholar out of University of Texas at San Antonio (Men of Honor) as we discuss the dynamic contributions African Americans made in American History!…
 
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Peter Kalivas (Medical University of South Carolina) discusses how he is incorporating the tetrapartite synapse (pre-synapse, post-synapse, glia and extra-cellular matrix) into understanding addiction circuits and behavior. Duration: 38 minutes Discussants:(in alphabetical order) Carlos Paladini (Prof, UTSA) Todd Troyer (Assoc Prof, UTSA) Matt ...…
 
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Harel Shouval (UT Health, Houston) discusses building models for how time constants of neural circuits adapt to reflect the time constraints of the world. For instance, learning requires associating cues and later rewards, yet the teaching signal (the reward) is temporally distant from the cue itself well outside the timescale of individual neu ...…
 
Dr. Dan Riskin is the host of the Animal Planet show about parasitic infections, Monsters Inside Me, and he also hosts a nightly science show broadcast in Canada, The Daily Planet. Dr. Riskin studied vampire bats while earning his Ph.D., and to this day is still bat crazy. His career promoting science for general audiences and his entertaining ...…
 
Paul Swann and Woody Woodrum recap Marshall's basketball win over UTSA, plus the normal madness they get into on a Friday.
 
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