Science Matters: OB/GYN Researcher, Indira Mysorekar, PhD

Science Matters: OB/GYN Researcher, Indira Mysorekar, PhD

So as know Zika has been in the news a lot lately and people are really worried. You Know, people are asking questions like ‘Should I try to get pregnant now?’ And ‘if I’m pregnant, am I at risk for getting an infection and harming …

Christina Limantoro. PhD Student, Sydney Nano

Christina Limantoro. PhD Student, Sydney Nano

At the moment there are around 700,000 deaths from multi-drug resistant infections and what I love about my research is that we’re trying to help solve that problem. So, the nanoparticles that I am designing will act as a trojan horse, so the resistant bacteria …

PhD Perspective – Jill King

PhD Perspective – Jill King

Hi, I’m Jill King I’m a paediatric doctor with a special interest in infectious diseases and immunology and I’m currently working towards a PhD in Professor Warris’ lab at the MRC Centre for Medical Mycology at the University of Aberdeen. Well, I was working in …

The Mind Gut Connection with Faith Dickerson, PhD, and Emeran Mayer, MD

The Mind Gut Connection with Faith Dickerson, PhD, and Emeran Mayer, MD

Kaitlin Luna: Welcome to Speaking of Psychology, a biweekly podcast from the American Psychological Association. I’m your host, Kaitlin Luna. The topic for this episode is the mind-gut connection. Is your gut a second brain? Emerging research is showing that our brains and our gastrointestinal …

Why I Went into Medicine: Frank Longo, MD, PhD

Why I Went into Medicine: Frank Longo, MD, PhD

What was it that drew me into medicine? Perhaps stubbornness. I have a sister one year younger than I am who was born with cerebral palsy, My mother’s a nurse and when I asked why the doctors couldn’t make my sister walk, my mother patiently …

Debunking Myths About Fertility with Angela Lawson, PhD

Debunking Myths About Fertility with Angela Lawson, PhD

Hello and welcome to speaking of psychology a podcast from the American Psychological Association I’m dr Vale right the director of research and special projects at APA and I’m guest hosting this podcast from APA 2019 year in Chicago Joining us today is dr. Angela …

Stay Strong, Stay Healthy (Dana Duren, PhD/Steve Ball, PhD)

Stay Strong, Stay Healthy (Dana Duren, PhD/Steve Ball, PhD)

At 65, Lisa Camp never imagined she’d be training in a gym. “I would like to be able to climb stairs more easily without getting so winded.” But she isn’t the only Baby Boomer who’s noticed they’re slowing down. “I still do several things. I …

Health Economics, with Guy David, PhD

Health Economics, with Guy David, PhD

Hello, and welcome. Now that we covered the relationship between supply and demand, you should have a better understanding of how markets function with and without government intervention. To analyze economic market, we must be able to define who is selling, who is buying, what …

Stopping the Shake (Junaid Siddiqui, MD)

Stopping the Shake (Junaid Siddiqui, MD)

These days, lunchtime is a little less messy for Michael Ladish. “Before, it was all over the place.” He has what’s called an essential tremor, and you’ll probably still notice a little shaking. But just months ago, cutting meatloaf was practically impossible. “I’m not one …