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Stories from Washington State Magazine—connecting you to Washington State University, the state, and the world. We'll take you into the lives, research, and experiences of the WSU community, where Cougs from all over talk with us about everything from new ideas and fascinating memories to books and food.
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The “Finding Joy” podcast was developed by a team of interprofessional education researchers at Washington State University (WSU) Health Sciences Spokane and Eastern Washington University (EWU). This podcast focuses on healthcare professionals’ and health profession students’ wellbeing and explores ways to create joy in the workplace/learning environment. Funding for the creation of this podcast has been provided by a U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) grant. Visit the In ...
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Superbugs Unplugged

Lance Price and Jay Graham

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A joint project of Antibiotic Resistance Action Center, Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University and the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, this monthly podcast will delve into the critical health threat of antibiotic resistance and what drives it, including antibiotic use in agriculture and human health care, challenges and opportunities in R&D, and more. Co-hosts Dr. Lance Price and Dr. Jau Graham will cover a new topic and feature an expert guest ever ...
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GW Integrative Medicine

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Welcome to GW Integrative Medicine, a podcast about using an integrative approach to disease prevention and health promotion. We look forward to sharing the latest news and research on Integrative Medicine – where the best practices of conventional medicine and evidence-based complementary medicine meet. This podcast is brought to you by the Office of Integrative Medicine and Health, the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, in collaboration with the university ...
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The Innovators podcast, a product of Harris Search Associates, features interesting conversations with global thought leaders in the areas of higher education and research, engineering, technology, and the health sciences and provides our listeners an opportunity to benefit from lessons learned from the national leaders changing the landscape of innovation and discovery.
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This is “Finding Joy: The Health Care Professional’s Journey to Wellness and Resiliency.” It’s a podcast resource developed by a team of interprofessional education researchers from Washington State University Health Sciences Spokane. They’re promoting wellness among students, faculty, and healthcare professionals during challenging times. Funding …
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Andrea Durst is a Medical Social Worker at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center. While focused on helping patients and families address their needs during the pandemic, many healthcare professionals are navigating ways to reestablish connection following this extended period of isolation. Creating opportunities for professional growth, reclaiming…
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Young people have lots of questions about diet, exercise, and sexual health. TikTok is one of their most trusted venues for finding out information. “They’ll go to TikTok and ask questions,” says Nicole O’Donnell, assistant professor at Washington State University’s Edward R. Murrow College of Communication. “They’re learning about health mostly th…
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2023 was a year of weather extremes, with damaging floods, fires, and storms unfolding across the globe. The United States logged a historic number of billion-dollar weather disasters, while smoke from Canada’s wildfires choked parts of the country. “It’s kind of odd to be talking about our neighbor just to the north, but they really did have such …
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Shauna Hill, LICSW, Cofounder and CEO of mental health media and education company, StateChange, is a Vermont-based neuroscience educator and trauma psychotherapist with decades of experience in family, community, and behavioral health. Shauna joined the “Finding Joy” podcast to discuss strategies for addressing health worker stress and burnout. Sh…
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We get sciency with the GW School of Medicine & Health Sciences' Anil Bajnath, MD, MBA, IFMCP, ABAARM, MIFHI, an expert on Precision Medicine, aka Personalized Medicine. (Sciency is a word—it's in the OED.) This episode was originally published May 31, 2020. Dr. Bajnath is the CEO and Founder of The Institute for Human Optimization Precision Medici…
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Peggy Odegard, PharmD, honed a simple technique for overcoming workplace burnout in the healthcare field as a practicing pharmacist and Vice Dean at the UW School of Pharmacy. Dr. Odegard focuses on being aware of both her personal values and personal strengths while moving through her daily tasks. Aligning her values and strengths with the work sh…
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Today we discuss evidence-based approaches that use food and the gut microbiome to promote health and treat disease with Christopher Damman, MD, MA, a board-certified gastroenterologist and internist at the Digestive Health Center at the University of Washington Medical Center and CMO, Scientific Medical & Scientific Officer at Uplifting Results La…
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In this episode, co-hosts Lance Price and Jay Graham interview Erta Kalanxhi of the One Health Trust to discuss her new paper, The Value of Vaccines to Mitigate Antimicrobial Resistance -- Evidence from Low- and Middle-Income Countries. Together, they discuss how vaccines can save lives while lowering the risk of antibiotic resistance. A win-win fo…
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A simple decision about what to order for lunch can have profound effects on others. “Food is interesting because it touches so many other communities,” says Samantha Noll, an associate professor of bioethics in the School of Politics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs at Washington State University. “When we decide that we're going to eat that falafe…
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Today, we talk about kuli kuli, or Moringa oleifera, with Dr. Jed Fahey, former director of the Cullman Chemoprotection Center at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and Lisa Curtis, founder and CEO of Kuli Kuli Foods.A nutritional biochemist and leader in chemoprotection, Dr. Fahey has broad training and extensive background in plant …
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In recent years, a number of new medical schools – both allopathic and osteopathic – have launched and still more are in preparation. In 2017 Kaiser Permanente announced the appointment of Dr. Mark A. Schuster of Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital as the founding dean of the Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine. …
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Palouse prairie of eastern Washington and northwestern Idaho is an endangered landscape. It’s dominated by forbs—flowering plants—that cover the fields with a riot of color that attracts native pollinators. The Phoenix Conservancy is among the groups restoring Palouse prairie. Led by Chris Duke, a doctoral graduate in biology from Washington State …
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In this episode, we introduce our new co-host Dr. Jay Graham, Associate Professor in Residence of Environmental Health Sciences, at the University of California, Berkley School of Public Health. Together, with Dr. Lance Price, they discuss a new study that suggests that Escherichia coli and other disease-causing microbes are passing easily between …
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Physician-scientist Sunil K. Aggarwal, MD, PhD, FAAPMR, co-founder and co-director of the Advanced Integrative Medical Science Institute (AIMS), is among the leading researchers giving lectures at the GW Medicinal Fungi Conference from 9 am to 4:20 pm ET on Friday, September 22, 2023. It's not too late to register for this online conference. bit.ly…
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Eric McElroy is an American pianist and composer who released his debut album, Tongues of Fire, in March 2023 on Somm Recordings. He wrote the songs to accompany poems from modern poets W.S. Merwin, Gregory Leadbetter, Grevel Lindop, Alice Oswald, and Robert Graves. The poems are sung by acclaimed English tenor James Gilchrist and McElroy performs …
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Mukta Panda, MD, MACP, FRCP-London, award-winning physician, speaker, and facilitator as well as Professor of Medicine and the Assistant Dean for Well-being and Student Education at the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga, brought the wisdom she gained through decades of practicing medicine in places all over the world. An author of over 60 publ…
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Today, we talk to Peter Grinspoon, MD, about cannabis myths and his new book “Seeing through the Smoke: A Cannabis Specialist Untangles the Truth about Marijuana.” Dr. Grinspoon is a primary care physician and cannabis specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital and an Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School. A certified Health and Wellne…
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Practicing doctor, Jabraan Pasha, MD, FACP, talks with Finding Joy about the work he is doing around inequities in the American medical system. Dr. Pasha’s proximity to healthcare as a child led to his becoming a doctor as an adult. Among many roles, as the CEO of Lean In LLC, the Vice President of Juno Medical, and Host of the "Lean In with Dr Jab…
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We'll see you next month with a brand new episode and co-host. Enjoy listening to this episode from 2021 on the fascinating and terrifying world of fungal infections. We spend a lot of time talking about antibiotic resistance, but lately, something else has caught our attention -- antifungal resistance! Thanks to the changing climate and increased …
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Dr. Tessa Reinke joined the Finding Joy podcast to share what it is like to be a “country doctor.” She met her husband while in medical school on the east coast. They settled down in a small town in Washington, partially because the rural aspect allowed her to indulge in work she enjoys, “I am a full spectrum family medicine doctor. I see people fr…
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Today on the pod we talk about the gut microbiome and pancreatic health and disease with researcher and clinician Mark Haupt, MD, Chief Medical Officer of IFF Health & Biosciences. IFF Health & Biosciences is a company that conducts extensive R&D activities in the fields of food science, microbiology and molecular biology. For five years prior to I…
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How would you go about designing a medical school if given the opportunity? Dr. George Novan is one of the founders of and continues to teach at Washington State University’s Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine. Dr. Novan finds that the presence of mentorship is critical to building a successful healthcare community. Listen to learn why Dr. Novan wo…
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Dean Janikowski is the kicker for Washington State University’s football team, a 2022 graduate and currently an MBA student at WSU. He also has a great time on Instagram and other social media with photos and videos playing football for the Cougs, riding dirt bikes, and kicking spicy Chicken McNuggets. In this episode, Dean talks with Washington St…
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This episode first aired on March 25, 2020. We are re-airing it during our summer hiatus. We hope you enjoy listening. In this episode, co-host, Dr. Lance B. Price interviews longtime friend, colleague, and microbiologist, Jay Graham, who is an assistant professor at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health. Dr. Graham is an expert in water, sanitat…
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Dr. Nanci Murphy, a pharmacist and retired Associate Dean at the University of Washington, and Dr. Tricia Cheung, a Pharmacist at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, WA, discuss the concept of ikigai, which translates to “reason for being.” They help healthcare professionals stay connected to the reason they entered the field of healthcare and to fi…
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Kellie Zimmerman is no stranger to the Seattle tech scene. And she’s on a new adventure in the industry. She spent over 15 years building and leading teams in companies such as Concur and Avalara. Zimmerman is now CEO of Bellevue-based startup Brightloom, which leverages AI and data to help restaurants such as El Pollo Loco, Ruby Tuesday, and Jamba…
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Christopher Gaiteri, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences and Empire Innovation Scholar at SUNY Upstate Medical University. Dr. Gaiteri earned his undergraduate degree from Washington & Lee University and his doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh. He joined Rush University as assistant professor of neurological sc…
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Working two emergency room shifts a month helps this professor keep his clinical skills sharp. Carl Heine is the Associate Dean for Clinical Education at Washington State University’s Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine and an emergency room physician at Spokane’s Deaconess Hospital. A sense of moral injury, burnout, overwhelm, and lack of enthusias…
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This episode first aired in January 2021. We are taking the summer off as we search for a new podcast co-host. We’re re-airing some of our most listened to episodes. Enjoy! Consumption, the Captain of all these Men of Death, the White Plague, the King’s Evil -- all names for the bacterial infection known today as Tuberculosis or TB. In the early ni…
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Today, we talk to Christine Teal, MD, the Chief of Breast Surgery at The George Washington University Hospital, and Rachel Brem, MD, vice chair of Radiology and director of the Breast Imaging & Intervention Center. They are the authors of “No Longer Radical: Understanding Mastectomies and Choosing the Breast Cancer Care That's Right For You.” Publi…
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Is compassion-focused mindfulness the antidote to the stress experienced by health professionals? Dr. Dawn DeWitt is a Professor and Senior Associate Dean for the Washington State University College of Medicine’s Collaboration for Interprofessional Health, Education, Research, and Scholarship. Dr. DeWitt practices “Mindful self-compassion,” a proce…
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We talk about empathy, chronic conditions, and more with Meghan L Beier, PhD, MA, a Health and Rehabilitation Psychologist at the Rowan Center for Behavioral Medicine in Burbank, Calif, and founder of Find Empathy, an online directory and educational platform that helps connect people with challenging medical conditions to therapists who understand…
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James Donaldson had a great college and professional basketball career, a physical therapy business, and many aspirations, even in retirement from sports. But over the course of several years, illness, bankruptcy, divorce, and circumstances in life sent Donaldson into a dark mental spiral. He found his way back, writing a book about his struggles a…
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Today, we talk about death, dying, and when doctors grieve with Delia Chiaramonte, MD, Founder and CEO of the Institute for Integrative Palliative Medicine and host of the Integrative Palliative Podcast. As a thought leader in the field of integrative palliative medicine, Dr. Chiaramonte specializes in whole-person care for families facing serious …
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This was a sad episode for our co-hosts Dr. Lance B. Price and Matt Wellington as well as our producer, Laura Rogers. In this episode we bade farewell to Matt who is leaving U.S. PIRG after 10 years to serve as the Associate Director for the Maine Public Health Association(his home state). In addition to saying goodbye, we reminisced about some of …
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Tom Haig loves adventure. From his high-flying diving days of youth to his recovery from a bicycling accident that left him paralyzed, Haig keeps on moving. He chronicles his life, struggles, and triumphs in a new memoir from WSU Press, Global Nomad: My Travels through Diving, Tragedy, and Rebirth. Haig writes with wit and candor about the ups and …
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In this episode, hosts Dr. Lance B. Price and Matthew Wellington discuss an op ed they co-authored that was published in STAT News. The piece is titled "The window is closing to stop deadly drug-resistant fungi like Candida auris" and discusses just what you think it does. The co-hosts discuss other fungal and bacterial infections and the need for …
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Today, we have with us J.D. Talasek, Director of Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences or CPNAS, which explores the relationships among culture, science, engineering, and medicine. J.D. is also the creator and moderator for a monthly salon called DASER (DC Art Science Evening Rendezvous) held at the National Academy of Sciences as p…
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In our March 2023 episode, Matt Wellington interviews his co-host, Dr. Lance B. Price, about a new study he co-authored that establishes a link between E. coli in raw meat and urinary tract infections in people. First, we hear about how these infections occur in people and some steps we can take to mitigate our risk. Next, Dr. Price addresses the “…
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ChatGPT, DALL-E, Midjourney, Stable Diffusion—names that most of us hadn’t heard more than a couple of years ago now represent a slew of creative programs powered by artificial intelligence. Large language model AI programs can write stories and articles, make illustrations and artwork, and converse with users using prompts. But what does it mean f…
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Today we’re talking about sleep deprivation and glymphatics with Vivek Jain, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine at GW and Director of GW Center for Sleep Disorders. The glymphatic system is a network of vessels that clear waste from the central nervous system, brain, and spinal cord, mos…
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We talk about nutrition, the human microbiome, and big data with Hannah Holscher, PhD, RD, director of the Nutrition and the Human Microbiome Laboratory, associate professor of Nutrition, Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, Division of Nutritional Sciences, at the University of Illinois.Dr. Holscher’s laboratory uses clinical interventi…
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For our February episode, you'll hear the recording of a recent PIRG webinar, "How States can Protect Life-saving Antibiotics". First, each panelist, listed below, shares his/her perspective on the antibiotic resistance crisis. Next, the group explores the connection between antibiotic resistance and animal agriculture through moderator and audienc…
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Helen Mary Szablya and her family fled their home country of Hungary and its Communist regime in a harrowing journey under the cover of night in 1956. They traveled to Austria, Canada, and then to Pullman, Washington, where Helen received a degree, her husband John was an engineering professor, and they raised their family. Helen tells the full sto…
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Today, we talk about psilocybin and Alzheimer’s with Albert Garcia-Romeu, PhD, a member of the Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences faculty at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Albert Garcia-Romeu is a also a Guest Researcher at the National Institute on Drug Abuse Intramural Neuroimaging Research Branch. His research examines the …
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Today, we discuss Expressive Therapy with Juliet King, PhD, (ABD), ATR-BC, LPC, LMHC, an Associate Professor in the Art Therapy Program at the GW Columbian College of Arts & Sciences. She also holds an appointment as an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Neurology at the Indiana University School of Medicine.Dr. King’s research explor…
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In our January episode of Superbugs Unplugged, co-hosts Matt Wellington and Louis Sokolow chat with Dr. Reshma Ramachandran, Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Yale School of Medicine and Director of the Yale Collaboration for Regulatory Rigor, Integrity, and Transparency (CRRIT). First, we hear about Dr. Ramanchandran’s work with CRRIT to ensu…
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Dr. Philip Bourne, founding Stephenson Dean of the School of Data Science at the University of Virginia, established in 2019 with a gift of $120 million. Dr. Bourne’s career encompasses work at Columbia University, the University of California at San Diego, and the National Institutes of Health and includes motorcycle jaunts throughout western Virg…
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