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Living Beyond 120
Managing teams and effective solutions to bridge nature and medicine

Living Beyond 120

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 49:47


In this episode, Dr. Jeffery Gladden speaks with Colleen Cutcliffe, Ph.D., the Co-founder and CEO of Pendulum Therapeutics, she has an impressive background in leading and managing biology teams. She's a scientist with a Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Microbiology from Johns Hopkins University and has held senior positions at bioscience and pharmaceutical firms. Pendulum is passionate about finding revolutionary, safe, and practical solutions to ailments that can be tied to your gut, and they have a goal to bridge nature and medicine. In this episode, they talk about probiotics and what led Colleen down this particular path. They mention that there are critical pathways in our microbiome that need to be operational: fiber→, butyrate + mucin regulation. They also talk about Pendulum and the benefits of the products they offer, and how the ability to manage glucose response is fundamental to healthy aging.    Dr. Gladden introduces Colleen, and she introduces herself and how she got into what she does now. (1:30) Colleen talks about how you could approach the microbiome using DNA sequencing data science. She also mentions that if you could marry DNA sequencing technologies and network data science with pharmaceutical drug development, you could, with the microbiome, create products that had the efficacy of a drug but the safety of a probiotic. (2:40) Colleen mentioned a study that showed kids taking antibiotics before six months of age were also systematically more prone to obesity and type two diabetes as they age. Dr. Gladden mentions how antibiotics affect children. (4:00) Colleen mentions how butyrate is a small molecule that's been known for quite some time to have a really important role in a variety of different things. She says it is probably one of the most interesting things is that in our colon, our colon cells are the only cells in our entire body that use butyrate as their source of energy as opposed to glucose. (6:10) Dr. Gladden mentions how the fiber metabolism generates butyrate that feeds the intestinal lining. Dr. Gladden also mentions how fascinating it is that the butyrate is responsible for releasing GLP-1. (7:30) Colleen notes that if you are missing your microbiomes, ingesting fiber does not make much difference. (10:00) Dr. Gladden mentions some misconceptions about microbiomes and always compares the person's stool  against an "ideal" stool. (11:59) Dr. Gladden talks about keystone strains and how what we are eating affects and influences them and the importance of eating different kinds of fibers. (14:00) Colleen talks about a study they did telling people to keep doing what they are doing and seeing a way to influence the microbiome and then have this impact on A1C and blood glucose. (17:00) Dr. Gladden talks about how microbiomes also affect appetites and that the microbiomes you grow affect what you crave. (19:00) Colleen mentions that the formulation is stable but needs to be refrigerated. She also mentions the five strains - Akkermansia muciniphila, Anaerobutyricum hallii, Bifidobacterium infantis, Clostridium butyricum, and Clostridium beijerinckii. (21:10) Colleen mentions some of the trials they have done and the approach they adopted. (24:10) Dr. Gladden talks about neuroinflammation and if Pendulum decreases neuroinflammation. (27:04) Colleen mentions that there is a known relationship between managing your blood glucose spikes and neural inflammation. (28:05) Dr. Gladden mentions what resting metabolic rate is and how it is measured. (32:44) Colleen says that if you have not had diversity in your diet, you may not have all the microbiomes you need to metabolize some food. She also talks about the regulation of mucin, which is the glue that keeps everything properly in place. (35:34) Colleen talks about what is on the drawing board for her at the moment. (39:15) Dr. Gladden talks about the connection between autism and microbiomes. (41:30) Collen talks about also looking out for and considering microbiomes as something additional in our intervention efforts. (43:25) Colleen gives out three takeaways for listeners. She mentions that food diversification is important to diversify our microbiome. The second thing is knowing that regulating how your body metabolizes sugar is important to healthy aging. Lastly, if you want to give yourself a boost to your microbiome, try the Pendulum glucose control strains paired with the proper diet. (45:39) Collen mentions the importance of people consulting their physicians when making changes that could affect their health. (48:00)   Visit our website, www.gladdenlongevitypodcast.com, for more information on this episode and other episodes as well. Follow us on social media! Instagram: @gladdenlongevitypodcast Twitter: @GLPodcast_ Facebook: @GladdenLongevityPodcast To learn more about Gladden Longevity and how you can become a client, visit www.gladdenlongevity.com today!     Website: Learn more about the next generation of gut health by visiting www.pendulumlife.com  Instagram: @pendulumlifeco TikTok: pendulumlife Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PendulumLife/ (For Gladden Longevity listeners, use code GL20 to subscribe and save 20% on your first month of Pendulum's subscription products.)

Thesis Thursday
Niall Thorns

Thesis Thursday

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 4:09


I am a Junior at the U of A studying Microbiology. I chose this major because I am really interested in the wide spectrum of pathogens and how they work to evade the body’s immune system. I am originally from Charlotte, North Carolina and moved to Tucson with my family 8 years ago. I really miss the east coast and try to visit every summer. I really like to listen to jazz and was in a jazz band in high school. In my free time I like to play the piano, make music, and read comics. One of my favorite comics is Morning Glories as well as Prodigy. One of my favorite movies is The Lighthouse which is an eerie horror starring Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe. Willem Dafoe is probably one of my favorite actors.

The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
684: Foliar Feeding in the Garden

The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 57:29


A chat with Anthony Dominguez.  In This Garden Chat: We are talking with gardener and chemist Anthony Dominguez from HyKreations about foliar feeding our gardens. Besides providing the respiration for our plants, the foliage can be a direct method for getting nutrients into the plant. A virtually immediate foliar feeding of nutrients can give your gardens the boost they need to improve vitality and growth. Yet with limitations of temperatures and avoiding flowers, the biggest gardening question we get asked is how and when do you fertilize vegetable gardens?  On the last Tuesday every month we host The Urban Farm Garden Chats where Greg Peterson has a relaxed conversation in a Zoom room with a special guest to cover useful gardening topics, and they answer questions from the live listening audience. To join us for the next event, go to www.GardenChat.org or Click HERE to register for the Monthly Garden Chat with Live Q&A Our Special Guest:Robert "Anthony" Dominguez is the Co-Founder and C.O.O. of HyKreations. He is an Arizona native and holds a B.S. in Microbiology from the University of Arizona. He has always been interested in how and why, especially when in comes to microbes! As a microbiologist, Anthony plans to design and develop microbial products that will become the new standard.

The Root Cause Medicine Podcast
Have You Been Taking Probiotics Wrong? Is It Time For Postbiotics? with Dr. Heather Zwickey

The Root Cause Medicine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 51:28


In today's episode, Dr. Carrie Jones is joined by Dr. Heather Zwickey, an immunologist/microbiologist, Researcher, Speaker, Mentor, and Director of Communication and Innovation at Thaena. They discuss the difference between prebiotics, probiotics, and postbiotics for your gut health. Dr. Heather Zwickey has a Ph.D. in Immunology and Microbiology from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. In 2003, Dr. Zwickey launched the Helfgott Research Institute at the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland. She also established the School of Graduate Studies, developing Master's programs in research, nutrition, and global health among others. Currently, Dr. Zwickey co-leads an NIH-funded clinical research training program and is the Director of Communication and Innovation at Thaena.

Making Coffee with Lucia Solis
#45: Reflections on Coffee Flavor Through Processing, Roasting and Brewing with Eystein Veflingstad

Making Coffee with Lucia Solis

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 59:30


In this episode we talk about:Coffee consulting in BrazilWhat is a quakerMatching coffee processing with roasting How Eystein roasts high and low density seedsExtraction and Brewing techniques to maximize acidityHow Eystein would prepare a coffee to show off orange, chocolaty notes Preparing our bodies and palate to be more sensitive to flavorsSupport the show on Patreon to join our live Discord hangouts.And if you don't want to commit, show your support here with a one time contribution: PayPalSign up for the newsletter for behind the scenes pictures.Resources:Connect with Eystein on Instagram @3aondacafeCover Art by: Nick HafnerIntro song: Elijah Bisbee

Behind the Microscope
Peter Hotez, MD, PhD - Versatility

Behind the Microscope

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 31:36


Dr. Peter Hotez is the Dean for the National School of Tropical Medicine and Professor of Pediatrics and Molecular Virology & Microbiology at Baylor College of Medicine as well as the Co-Director of the Texas Children's Hospital Center for Vaccine Development. Dr. Hotez earned his Bachelor's degree from Yale, his PhD from Rockefeller University, and his MD from Weill Cornell Medical College. He has authored over 600 original papers and 5 single-author books including “Vaccines did not cause Rachel's autism” and “Preventing the Next Pandemic: Vaccine Diplomacy in a Time of Anti-science.” In December of 2021, Dr. Hotez led efforts to develop a low-cost recombinant protein COVID vaccine, a patent-free vaccine that has received emergency use authorization in India and for which he and his co-director Dr. Maria Bottazzi have been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. He is a staunch advocate for vaccines and a crucial voice against the anti-vaccine and anti-science movements and makes frequent appearances on national television. Today, Dr. Hotez discusses the importance of his MD-PhD training in preparing him for his unique career and shares his thoughts on the role of Physician Scientists in science communication and advocacy. Credits: Our deepest thanks to Dr. Hotez for being on the podcast. Follow Dr. Hotez on Twitter: @peterhotez Faculty page: https://www.bcm.edu/people-search/peter-hotez-23229 Website: https://peterhotez.org/ Host: Bejan Saeedi Co-Host and Audio Engineer – Joe Behnke Executive Producer and Social Media Coordinator – Carey Jansen Executive Producer – Michael Sayegh Faculty Advisors – Dr. Mary Horton and Dr. Brian Robinson Twitter: @behindthescope_ Instagram: @behindthemicroscopepod Facebook: @behindthemicroscope1 Website: behindthemicroscope.com

Let's Talk Micro
Episode 52: Tips and suggestions in Microbiology part two

Let's Talk Micro

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 23:38


In this episode I continue going over tips and suggestions you can use when you don't have supplies or are having difficulty isolating an organism. What if you are out of PEA or CNA? Will Lim broth help? What else can you use Martin Lewis and Modified Thayer Martin for ? How do susceptibilities help you isolate an organism? Tune in to find out.

Inside Ideas with Marc Buckley
Soil Food Web, with Dr Elaine R Ingham

Inside Ideas with Marc Buckley

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 99:22


Dr. Elaine R. Ingham is my guest on Episode 161 of Inside Ideas with Marc Buckley.Elaine Dr. Ingham uncovered the Soil Food Web nearly 4 decades ago and has been pioneering research about Soil Food Web ever since. Widely recognized as the world's foremost soil biologist, she's passionate about empowering people to bring the soils in their communities back to life. Dr. Elaine'sTM Soil Food Web Approach has been used to successfully restore the ecological functions of soils on more than five million acres of farmland all over the world. The courses offered by Dr. Elaine'sTM Soil Food Web School have been designed for people with, or without, a science background - making them accessible to individuals who wish to learn and to begin a meaningful and impactful career in an area that will help to secure the survival of humans and other species. B.A., Biology and Chemistry, St. Olaf College M.S., Microbiology, Texas A&M University Ph.D., Microbiology, Colorado State University Founder and President, Soil Food Web Inc. Director, Soil Food Web School.

New England Journal of Medicine Interviews
Viral Evolution and the Future of Monoclonal Antibodies

New England Journal of Medicine Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 25:41


Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Jonathan Abraham is a structural biologist in the Department of Microbiology at Harvard Medical School and an infectious disease physician at Brigham and Women's Hospital. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin and Others. Audio Interview: Viral Evolution and the Future of Monoclonal Antibodies. N Engl J Med 2022;386:e75.

Let's Gut Real - Easy to Digest Nutrition Science
Are Plant-Based Diets Best for your Gut Microbiome? with The Alpro Foundationv

Let's Gut Real - Easy to Digest Nutrition Science

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 42:23


With diets like keto and carnivore gaining traction, I've had many people ask - what impact do plants specifically have on our microbiome and human health?  Today I interview Dr. Veronique Braesco, Dr. Petra Louis, and Dr. Ian Rowland, researchers that have contributed to the latest scientific update summarizing the impact of plant-based diets on the gut microbiome and published through the Alpro Foundation. The Alpro Foundation has been a scientific platform for over 25 years dedicated to supporting research and the dissemination of evidence-based knowledge on plant-based nutrition and its impact on health and environment amongst academics, healthcare professionals and key stakeholders in nutrition. The ultimate aim is to help drive the transition to more healthful plant-based diets for human and planetary health. Underpinning Alpro Foundation's scientific integrity is an independent Scientific Advisory Board of 8 leading academic experts who provide direction and advice and ensure the scientific credibility of the education tools. Professor Ian Rowland is the chair of this Scientific Advisory Board. Professor Ian Rowland is editor-in-chief of the European Journal of Nutrition. Until his recent retirement, he was the Hugh Sinclair Professor of Human Nutrition at University of Reading. He holds a BSc and PhD in microbiology from University College London. Prof. Rowland's main research area is the role of diet (in particular probiotics, prebiotics, phytoestrogens, and phytochemicals) in the prevention of colon, breast and prostate cancer. In his current research, he is investigating the role of fruit and vegetable intake on markers of cancer risk. In 2005 he was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Gent in Belgium for his work on nutrition and cancer. Professor Rowland has published over 300 papers. Petra Louis is a molecular microbiologist with an interest in the human gut microbiome, diet and health. She obtained her Diploma in Biology and PhD in Microbiology from the University of Bonn, Germany, where she conducted research on osmoadaptation in halophilic bacteria. Véronique Braesco holds a PhD in human nutrition. Her academic carrier in Public Research at INRA, as senior scientist, has been focused on vitamins. She then headed the Nutrition Research Department of the Danone Group. In this position, she managed the design and implementation of scientific strategies, in particular in the field of probiotics. She was later responsible for the Human Nutrition Research Centre in Auvergne, dedicated to studying the role of diet in healthy aging. She is now at the head of VAB-nutrition, a consulting firm specialized in human nutrition that she created in 2007. We talk about: What characteristics are associated with better health by way of the gut microbiome Beneficial and deleterious dietary components and their influence on gut microbiome Fibre from supplements versus food - is one ‘better' for the gut microbiome? The role of the food matrix, the various chemical compounds found in food like polyphenols, and the role variety of fibres plays in the gut microbiome composition Polyphenols - where are they found, and what are potential ways in which they influence our health by way of the gut microbiome  What are SCFA's, what their role is in our health, and what influences the production of SCFAs in the gut Microbial metabolites from protein - when do we digest protein, how this occurs, how does it influence health? How fibre impacts microbial metabolite production in our bodies Dietary recommendations we can ultimately take away from the current evidence The most recent Scientific update with the Alpro Foundation is about the 'Interaction of Plant-based diets and gut microbiota'

Lagrange Point
Episode 487 - Feeding the planet without damaging it

Lagrange Point

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 15:43


​As our climate changes, feeding the planet without making things worse is a big challenge. How do plants work together to survive extreme weather events? When there is a large drought or extreme weather event what works better, single species or mixed? Plant diversity can help plants weather the storm of climate change and come out stronger. How do cover crops help 'fix' nitrogen in the soil and reduce negative climate impacts. Excess fertiliser is not only expensive for farmers but damaging to the local and global environment. How can cover crops help soil recover and reduce negative climate change impacts of mono cropping.  Yuxin Chen, Anja Vogel, Cameron Wagg, Tianyang Xu, Maitane Iturrate-Garcia, Michael Scherer-Lorenzen, Alexandra Weigelt, Nico Eisenhauer, Bernhard Schmid. Drought-exposure history increases complementarity between plant species in response to a subsequent drought. Nature Communications, 2022; 13 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-022-30954-9 Nakian Kim, Chance W. Riggins, María C. Zabaloy, Marco Allegrini, Sandra L. Rodriguez-Zas, María B. Villamil. High-Resolution Indicators of Soil Microbial Responses to N Fertilization and Cover Cropping in Corn Monocultures. Agronomy, 2022; 12 (4): 954 DOI: 10.3390/agronomy12040954 Nakian Kim, Chance Riggins, María C. Zabaloy, Sandra Rodriguez-Zas and María B. Villamil. Limited impacts of cover cropping on soil N-cycling microbial communities of long-term corn monocultures. Frontiers in Microbiology, 2022 DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2022.926592

Let's Talk Micro
Episode 51: Tips and suggestions in Microbiology

Let's Talk Micro

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 24:18


In the laboratory we have all experienced a shortage of supplies. We have also struggled to isolate and organism. What do we do when this happens? What if you are trying to isolate a gram positive cocci but there is no PEA or CNA? What if you need to isolate a Pseudomonas aeruginosa from a mixed culture? Tune in to this episode to find out.

The Egg Whisperer Show
Environmental Toxicant Exposure and Your Reproductive Health with Dr. Kevin Osteen

The Egg Whisperer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 36:28


I'm so excited that Dr. Kevin Osteen is joining me this week for the Egg Whisperer Show. He is a Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pathology, Microbiology and Immunology at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and Adjunct Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Meharry Medical College.   Since the 1990s, Dr. Osteen's research program has focused on environmental endocrine disruptors and how they impact endometriosis. His laboratory developed “organ-on-a-chip” technology, which is a tiny plastic “chip” about the size of a USB thumb drive that mimics the workings of the microenvironment of a human organ. Dr. Osteen's team created the first endometrium and endometriosis chip models. These “organ-on-a-chip” models provide a way to test and observe what happens in “normal” endometrium, and in those that have endometriosis. This technology changes the way doctors study this disease.   Dr. Osteen and I are talking about the organ-on-a-chip technology, endometriosis, and endocrine disruptors, and reproductive health. I'm excited to have him on the show, and hope you'll join us for this exciting and very timely conversation. Read the full show notes on Dr. Aimee's website Learn more about Dr. Osteen here.   Subscribe to my YouTube channel for more fertility tips! Join Egg Whisperer School Subscribe to the newsletter to get updates  Dr. Aimee Eyvazzadeh is one of America's most well known fertility doctors. Her success rate at baby-making is what gives future parents hope when all hope is lost. She pioneered the TUSHY Method and BALLS Method to decrease your time to pregnancy. Learn more about the TUSHY Method and find a wealth of fertility resources at www.draimee.org.

Tamil Language Podcast in Rathinavani90.8, Rathinam College Community Radio, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.
Rathinavani 90.8 Community Radio | Special Podcast on Monkey Pox Awareness by Rathinam College | Microbiology Dept. Asst. Prof. Ms. Greeshma Ma'am

Tamil Language Podcast in Rathinavani90.8, Rathinam College Community Radio, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 6:35


Rathinavani 90.8 Community Radio | Special Podcast on Monkey Pox Awareness by Rathinam College | Microbiology Dept. Asst. Prof. Ms. Greeshma Ma'am

Behind the Microscope
Chrystal Paulos, PhD - Found in Translation

Behind the Microscope

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 55:47


Dr. Chrystal Paulos is an Associate Professor in the departments of Surgery and Microbiology and Immunology at Emory University and the Director of Translational Research for Cutaneous Malignancies at the Winship Cancer Institute. Dr. Paulos earned her PhD in Biochemistry from Purdue University and did post-doctoral fellowships in gene therapy at the University of Pennsylvania and in Tumor Immunology at the NIH. She then joined the faculty at the Medical University of South Carolina where she established her lab before moving to Emory. Today Dr. Paulos talks with us about her professional journey, her passion for research, her delight in seeing her students succeed, and offers her thoughts on how we train and retain basic and translational scientists. Credits: Our thanks to Dr. Paulos for being on the podcast. Follow Dr. Paulos on Twitter: @Chrystal_Paulos Dr. Paulos' faculty page and lab website: https://winshipcancer.emory.edu/bios/faculty/paulos-chrystal.html https://www.thepauloslaboratory.com/ Host: Bejan Saeedi Co-Host and Audio Engineer – Joe Behnke Executive Producer and Social Media Coordinator – Carey Jansen Executive Producer – Michael Sayegh Faculty Advisor – Dr. Brian Robinson Twitter: @behindthescope_ Instagram: @behindthemicroscopepod Facebook: @behindthemicroscope1 Website: behindthemicroscope.com

Earth Wise
Electricity From Bacteria | Earth Wise

Earth Wise

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 2:00


Microbiologists at Radboud University in the Netherlands have demonstrated in the laboratory that methane-consuming bacteria can generate electrical power.  Their study was recently published in the journal Frontiers in Microbiology. The bacteria studied is called Candidatus Methanoperedens and in the natural environment it consumes methane in water sources that are contaminated with nitrogen including places […]

The Root Of The Science Podcasts
EP 100: Kim Ndlovu- PhD Student in Microbiology

The Root Of The Science Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 35:29


Kim Ndlovu is from Zimbabwe and currently based in United States. She a PhD student in microbiology at Ohio State University. In this episode she shares  her journey to science that includes living in 4 countries. She discusses her current research projects the main one involving phage therapy. Kim shares in detail the importance of this work. Tune in as we hear about this and more.Twitter: @Kimstry8LinkedIn: Kimberly NdlovuSupport the show

The Mentor Project
Dr. Peter Hotez-Texas Children's Center for Vaccine Development with Dr. Ruth Gotian

The Mentor Project

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 31:01


Peter J. Hotez, M.D., Ph.D. is Dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine and Professor of Pediatrics and Molecular Virology & Microbiology at Baylor College of Medicine where he is also the Co-director of the Texas Children's Center for Vaccine Development (CVD) and Texas Children's Hospital Endowed Chair of Tropical Pediatrics. He is also University Professor at Baylor University, Fellow in Disease and Poverty at the James A Baker III Institute for Public Policy, Senior Fellow at the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs at Texas A&M University, Faculty Fellow with the Hagler Institute for Advanced Studies at Texas A&M University, and Health Policy Scholar in the Baylor Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy.Dr. Hotez is an internationally-recognized physician-scientist in neglected tropical diseases and vaccine development. As co-director of the Texas Children's CVD, he leads a team and product development partnership for developing new vaccines for hookworm infection, schistosomiasis, leishmaniasis, Chagas disease, and SARS/MERS/SARS-2 coronavirus, diseases affecting hundreds of millions of children and adults worldwide, while championing access to vaccines globally and in the United States. He is nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.Peter Hotez, MD, PhDhttps://peterhotez.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/PeterHotez Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/peter.hotez.3 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-hot... The Mentor Projectwww.mentorproject.orgYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKgl...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheMentorPro...LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/The-...Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mentor_projectHost: Dr. Ruth Gotian, educator | mentor | coach | speaker | author, The Success Factorwww.ruthgotian.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RuthGotian LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rgotian/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RuthGotian Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ruthgotian/ ClubHouse: @RuthGotian Panel of expertsDr. Deborah HeiserCo-founder and CEO of The Mentor Project. https://www.deborahheiser.com Devon Harris3x Olympian and original member of the Jamaican bobsledding team, featured in the movie Cool Runnings.www.devonharris.comSuzie KatzAward-winning photographer and founder of Photo Wings, which helps people think creatively through photography.http://photowings.org Dr. Bruce Y. LeeWriter, journalist, professor, systems modeler, computational and digital health expertwww.bruceylee.comJanice Lintz#1 change maker with a special passion to help the millions of people worldwide with hearing loss.https://janicelintz.com

University of Kentucky Research Media
Immunologist Ilhem Messaoudi discusses the maternal-fetal immune system

University of Kentucky Research Media

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 17:20


According to a new University of Kentucky College of Medicine study, asymptomatic COVID-19 infection during pregnancy could still have potential long-term consequences for a developing baby. The study led by Ilhem Messoudi, Ph.D., chair of the Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics, was published in Cell Reports May 25, 2022. The research shows that COVID-19 infection in pregnant mothers who were asymptomatic or had mild symptoms still triggered immune responses causing inflammation in the placenta. In this podcast she discusses a wide range of immune-focused projects, from maternal obesity and its impact on child health, to the immune impact of chronic heavy drinking and aging.

Dr. GPCR Podcast
#75 with Vaithish Velazhahan

Dr. GPCR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 52:22


For more details, visit the #DrGPCR Podcast Episode #75 page https://www.drgpcr.com/episode-75-with-vaithish-velazhahan/ ------------------------------------------- About Vaithish Velazhahan Vaithish obtained dual bachelor's degrees with honors in Medical Biochemistry and Microbiology from Kansas State University, USA. His undergraduate thesis work on studying the biochemical mechanisms of flavonoids in cancer using nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) led to a Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. He then received a prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship to study for a Ph.D. at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology and the University of Cambridge, where he is currently a final year Ph.D. candidate. His Ph.D. work has been focused on understanding the structure and activation of Class D fungal GPCRs. He has developed novel tools and methodologies to study fungal GPCRs which allowed the determination of the first structures of the prototypical fungal GPCR Ste2. This work has led to two first-authored manuscripts published in the journal Nature. Vaithish has been recognized with the MRC LMB's Max Perutz Prize for outstanding Ph.D. work and has been elected a Research Fellow at Gonville and Caius College, which is one of the most prestigious positions at the University of Cambridge. Vaithish Velazhahan on the web Twitter GatesCambridge PubMed ------------------------------------------- Become a #DrGPCR Ecosystem Member ------------------------------------------- Imagine a world in which the vast majority of us are healthy. The #DrGPCR Ecosystem is all about dynamic interactions between us who are working towards exploiting the druggability of #GPCR's. We aspire to provide opportunities to connect, share, form trusting partnerships, grow, and thrive together. To build our #GPCR Ecosystem, we created various enabling outlets. Individuals Organizations ------------------------------------------- Are you a #GPCR professional? Subscribe to #DrGPCR Monthly Newsletter Listen and subscribe to #DrGPCR Podcasts Listen and watch GPCR focused scientific talks at #VirtualCafe

20 Minutes with Bronwyn
Kismet, Alchemy & the Power of a Single Conversation: My Interview with Alex Marson, MD, PhD

20 Minutes with Bronwyn

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 42:54


My guest this week is someone I have wanted to interview on my podcast since the FIRST SEASON. This someone is not only a groundbreaking researcher and scientist, he is also my dear friend, Dr. Alexander Marson.  Alex is the Director of Gladstone-UCSF Institute of Genomic Immunology, a senior investigator at Gladstone Institute, and an Associate Professor in the Departments of Medicine and Microbiology and Immunology at UCSF.  Alex is interested in how DNA controls the behavior of cells in the human immune system. He and his team are using the power of CRISPR technology to genetically engineer cells to fight cancer, autoimmune diseases, and infectious diseases. My intention for recording this particular conversation was to get Alex's take on communicating complex messages in a more accessible way. It's something the scientific community is really wrestling with these days, perhaps now more than ever:  How do you communicate complicated and immense topics in a way that is repeatable and interesting? How do we approach critical information, currently understood by only a few, to make it accessible to the rest of us? This is also a conversation about the alchemy that happens when the right people make contact at the right moment, and something new is born.  Pour that beverage, or lace up your sneakers and leash up that hound. Because you are gonna love this one.

Mrs. Green's World Podcast
Building Resilient Environmental Health

Mrs. Green's World Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 54:48


Impact Earth: A Roadmap to Resilience, Episode 11, How do we build resiliency for our personal health within the collective of our environmental health? Pollution – air, water, land, and food – knows no boundaries. How is the health of our environment impacted by climate change? Perhaps the better question is – how is it […]

Inspiration Dissemination
The non-Ghostbusing Venkman: a virus that "eats" marine bacteria

Inspiration Dissemination

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 40:46


Have you ever considered that a virus that eats bacteria could potentially have an effect on global carbon cycling? No? Me neither. Yet, our guest this week, Dr. Holger Buchholz, a postdoctoral researcher at OSU, taught me just that! Holger, who works with Drs. Kimberly Halsey and Stephen Giovannoni in OSU's Department of Microbiology, is trying to understand how a bacteriophage (a bacteria-eating virus), called Venkman, impacts the metabolism of marine bacterial strains in a clade called OM43. Hosted by Lisa Hildebrand and Miriam F. LiptonCheck out the ID Blog here: https://blogs.oregonstate.edu/inspiration/2022/05/20/the-non-ghostbusting-venkman-a-virus-that-eats-marine-bacteria/

Microbe Talk
Episode 130: Engaging Microbiology: Into the Microverse

Microbe Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 21:00


Teaching and outreach in championing and advancing the understanding of microbiology is incredibly important. On this month's episode, I'm talking to Eliza Wolfson and Lizah van de Aart, two former microbiologists turned scientific illustrators and artists, about their work creating scientific art, and how scientific art can be used for scientific engagement.https://ko-fi.com/intothemicroverse/https://lizahvanderaart.com/https://lizawolfson.co.uk/https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/lizah/resist-now-volume-1/description

OceanFM Ireland
Strike action was last thing we wanted to do says Sligo Hospital Medical Scientist

OceanFM Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 2:51


Health services are widely affected today as a result of strike action by the Medical Laboratory Scientists Association, in a row over pay. Esther McCormack is a Senior Medical Scientist in Microbiology at Sligo University Hospital says strike action was the last thing they wanted to do

Tiny Matters
Body farms: Learning from life after death

Tiny Matters

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 33:37


When it comes to human decomposition, scientists have a pretty good understanding of what happens shortly after you die. But what happens months or years later is mostly a mystery, and that makes it hard for law enforcement to figure out how a person died and, ultimately, provide answers to loved ones of the deceased. That's where anthropological research facilities (a.k.a. body farms) come in. Links to the Tiny Show & Tell stories: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/this-male-spider-catapults-itself-into-the-air-to-avoid-sexual-cannibalism-180979966/ https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/how-colorblind-nhl-players-see-the-game/  The MOVE bombing: https://www.vox.com/the-highlight/2019/8/8/20747198/philadelphia-bombing-1985-move

ROI’s Into the Corner Office Podcast: Powerhouse Middle Market CEOs Telling it Real—Unexpected Career Conversations

Syed Barizuddin, Ph.D is a researcher, an academic, and an entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience. Syed's bachelor's degree and subsequent work experience of 5 years gave him the expertise in Electronics Engineering, Power Systems, Telecommunication Engineering, and Control Systems. The Master's degree research imbedded the expertise on Nanotechnology, Chemical Engineering and Energetics. His Doctorate education and subsequent work experience of 10 years encompassed expertise in Bio-Medical Engineering, Microbiology, Optics, Diagnostic Systems and other areas of science and technology. More recently, his work experience has focused on Environmental Engineering and Green Technology projects.  Also unique to Syed's experience is, how intrinsically he is aware of the academic and industrial setting and their workings. He has been on both sides and has led project teams as the Principal Investigator, as well as founded two start-up companies and was an equal partner in the third.  He has worked on projects for federal agencies such as the DoD, NSF, NIH, EPA, and many multinational companies. He insists on how important and meaningful partnerships can be - be it with the industry partners or government agencies. His experiences over the years and the acquired nuances in the interactions and engagement with corporates, industry partners, and government agencies provide an advantage for his start-ups to succeed. In my current position as the Chief Executive Officer of Plasmonic Diagnostics, he is busy leading the company to commercialize a disruptive non-invasive and ultra-sensitive technology in the infectious disease space. Born in Hyderabad (central/South), India, Syed moved to the United States more than two decades ago. He has mostly resided in the midwest. His reason for not making a move from Missouri according to him are the courteous drivers and people kindly holding the doors for you to pass!

The CEO Sessions
Lead Your Team with Artificial Intelligence? IBM Global Chief AI Office, Dr. Seth Dobrin

The CEO Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 40:50


Should you use artificial intelligence to lead your team? This question may seem straight out of science fiction, but it's actually a burning question that top companies are asking around the globe today. I host IBM's first Global Chief AI Officer, Seth Dobrin, on the show, and he shares three steps that every leader should take to create an AI strategy. In his role, Seth leads IBM's corporate AI strategy and is responsible for connecting the development and governance of AI across IBM's business units with a systemic creation of business value. The commitment to human-centered AI prompted Seth to create a new methodology that helps companies develop AI strategies built on trust, providing business outcomes that are more fair, more accurate, and focused on real humans' needs. This methodology has helped elevate AI from being simply a tool used to make processes more efficient to an overarching catalyst of business transformation. Seth was recognized as AI Innovator of the Year 2021 at the AIconics Awards and named one of Corinium's Top 100 Leaders in Data & Analytics 2022. He has his undergraduate degree in Microbiology and a PhD in Molecular and Cellular biology from Arizona State University. LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sdobrin Company Link: https://www.ibm.com What You'll Discover in this Episode: The important difference between AI and Machine Learning. If you should be worried about being “AI'ed” out of a job and what to do about it. Three steps to build an AI strategy for your team. Surprising places you'd never expect AI. The science fiction that inspired him as a kid. The one course he requires his kids to take (and why we should all take it ourselves). Why you should consider applying for a job if you're only 70% qualified. How AI can help leaders declare their vision (and it's limitations). The guiding principle for how leaders should use AI. Helpful gadgets for leaders. Quotes: “AI won't replace managers and leaders, but managers and leaders who use AI will.” ----- Connect with the Host, #1 bestselling author Ben Fanning https://www.benfanning.com/speaker/ (Speaking and Training inquires) https://followbenonyoutube.com (Subscribe to my Youtube channel) https://www.linkedin.com/in/benfanning/ (LinkedIn) https://www.instagram.com/benfanning1/ (Instagram) https://twitter.com/BenFanning1 (Twitter)

People Behind the Science Podcast - Stories from Scientists about Science, Life, Research, and Science Careers
656: Expressing His Passion for Science and Bacterial Genetics - Dr. Stanley Maloy

People Behind the Science Podcast - Stories from Scientists about Science, Life, Research, and Science Careers

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 49:48


Dr. Stanley Maloy is Dean of the College of Sciences, Associate Director of the Center for Microbial Sciences, and Professor in Biology at San Diego State University. Stanley's lab is working on a new approach for delivering vaccines that may be beneficial for the development of new types of vaccines. They are also collaborating with colleagues in the biotech industry to investigate new approaches for developing antibiotics. When he's not working, Stanley loves traveling, reading, cooking, hiking, and enjoying the ocean. He received his Ph.D. in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry from the University of California, Irvine and conducted postdoctoral research in Genetics at the University of Utah. Stanley then served on the faculty at the university of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign for about 18 years before accepting a position where he is today at San Diego State University. Stanley is a former President of the American Society for Microbiology, is an elected Fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology, has authored several books on microbial genetics, and has been widely recognized for his excellence in teaching. In this episode, Stanley tells us more about his journey through life and science.

Microbe Magazine Podcast
Treatment of Resistant Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Infections (AAC ed.)

Microbe Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 52:18


Infections caused by multidrug-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa are considered a major public health problem. Antibiotic options are scarce but new drugs are emerging and more maybe available in the near future. Topics discussed: Pseudomonas aeruginosa as an important pathogen capable of developing resistance to multiple antibiotics Common mechanisms of resistance in Pseudomonas aeruginosa The current and future approaches for these MDR organisms. Guests: Michael Satlin, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, William Randolph Hearst Foundation Clinical Scholar in Microbiology and Infectious Diseases at Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY Alessandra Carattoli, PhD, Professor of Microbiology at the Sapienza University of Rome, Italy. Editor, AAC Visit journals.asm.org/journal/aac to browse issues and/or submit a manuscript.

Habitat Podcast
Habitat Podcast #178 - David Gage #2 - Big Bucks & Living Soil, Maximizing Seed & Fertilizer Costs, Nutrient Density & Antler Development & Maximizing Microbiology to Unlock Genetic Potential in a Deer Herd

Habitat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 65:42


David Gage is back for round #2! This is part 2 of a 2 part podcast. Episode #177 was part #1. We are switching gears into Living Soil and helping listeners get the most for their money! We cover: Personal Farming and Soil Health, Soil health in general Benefits of multi cropping vs mono culture, Living soil and habitat - how they relate, Water retention flood and drought protection. Dollars and Sense, Maximizing synthetics and seed cost. Theories: Nutrient density and palatability. Nutrient density and gestation does/fawn success. Nutrient Density Antler Development. Maximizing microbiology to unlock genetic potential within a deer herd  Food Plot / Soil Builder Diverse Seed Mixes - https://bit.ly/vitalizeseed The Squirrel at Nutplanter.com: https://bit.ly/3kdBp9V 10% off when you talk to Lowell. Morse Nursery Tree Dealer Pricing – info@habitatpodcast.com Property Consultations – HP Land Plans: LAND PLANS YOUTUBE - Habitat Podcast Habitat Hook Giveaway: www.habitatpodcast.com a $250 value! Habitat Hook – HP10 for 10% off - https://bit.ly/33go0Xy Email us: info@habitatpodcast.com Leave us a great review to get FREE DECAL here:  https://apple.co/2uhoqOO Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Afflictor Broadheads - https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX $25 off with code: HPC25 Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees 10% off w/code: HABITAT10 Michigan Whitetail Pursuit - http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Habitat Podcast AMAZON Store - https://www.amazon.com/shop/habitatpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

HealthCare UnTold
Nelida Robles: New Scholar in the Post-Baccalaureate Research Education Program at the University of Pennsylvania

HealthCare UnTold

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 26:24


Nelida Robles is a 2022 BS Graduate from the University of Santa Cruz with a major in Microbiology and Spanish. Most recently Nelida has been accepted as a new Scholar in the Postbaccalaureate Research Program at the University of Pennsylvania. In this episode Nelida shares her background as a Latina being raised in East Los Angeles and her biology research work the University of Santa Cruz. Nelida shares her plan and dreams to continue her research University of Pennsylvania and her dedication to finding new medications and working for a Biotech company. Nelida is a wonderful example of a hard-working student beating any challenges that come her way. HealthCare UnTold Congratulates Nelida Robles for her educational successes and her future as a health professional. Si Se Puede Nelida!!!#ucsc.edu#healthcareuntold@gmail.com#gentecare#PREP University of Pennslvanua.edu#nelidarobles  

The Healthy Skin Show
244: How Do Biologic Drugs For Chronic Skin Conditions Work? w/ Heather Zwickey, PhD

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 31:57


Are you trying to weigh the pros and cons of possibly using a biologic like Dupixent for your skin condition? Your immune system has such a complex relationship with one another, so it's important to have complete informed consent when starting one. Look into all the side effects- they could be actually helpful, but they could also lead to cancer! My guest today, Heather Zwickey, earned a Ph.D. in Immunology and Microbiology from the University of Colorado and completed a postdoctoral fellowship and taught at Yale University School of Medicine. Dr. Zwickey is recognized internationally as an expert and educator in the fields of integrative medicine, natural therapies and the immune system and has been leading natural medicine research for 20 years. Heather speaks at conferences world-wide, sharing her enthusiasm for naturopathic medicine and science. She currently serves as the Director of Communication and Innovation at Thaena Inc., a microbiome-based company. Join us as we talk about how biologic drugs for chronic skin conditions work. Did you know about the relationship between your immune system and your skin? Let me know in the comments! In this episode: Biologic drugs - what are they, how are they prescribed, and what do they do? Real side effects of biologics - the bad and even the good Breaking down what cytokines are (in layman's terms) Cytokines and the JAK/STAT pathway Discussion of JAK inhibitors (the newest version of biologic drugs for skin issues) Quotes “Back when we used things like methotrexate for skin disorders, we would see that the entire immune system was blocked and as a result, there would be side effects of things like cancer. When we're only blocking one protein, we have much less severe side effects.” [2:59] “If your skin is not in balance with its microbes, it will affect your gut. We really got to address that. That is the root cause, and usually the way that we're going to address that is with eating more plant-based foods and getting some of the toxins out of our system, and letting those microbes grow the way that they were supposed to grow in normal ecosystems.” [17:47]  Links Find Dr. Zwickey online here Healthy Skin Show ep. 180:  How Hormones Impact Your Immune System + Skin Health w/ Heather Zwickey, PhD Healthy Skin Show ep.157: How Your Immune System Can Trigger Skin Rashes w/ Heather Zwickey, PhD Follow Dr. Zwickey on Instagram

College Matters. Alma Matters.
Elizabeth Eill: How Undergraduate Research Propelled her from Community College to a PhD.

College Matters. Alma Matters.

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 50:25


Elizabeth says she wasn't a very good student in high school. When time came for college, her family recommended that she attend the local Finger Lakes Community College. This would turn out to be a Life Changer. She met Prof James Hewlett and discovered undergraduate research in his BioTech lab. Elizabeth received her PhD in Microbiology and Immunology from State University of New York Upstate Medical University. She shares her amazing college journey in this podcast. In particular, we discuss the following with him: Going to Finger Lakes Community College Discovering UG Research at FLCC Channeling Passion for Biology Majoring in Biomedical Sciences Advice to High Schoolers Topics discussed in this episode: Introduction to Elizabeth Eill [0:50] Hi Fives - Podcast Highlights [2:19] Overall Experience in UG Research [5:00] High School Interests [6:32] Going to Finger Lakes [8:14] The FLCC Program [10:40] Prof. James Hewlett [13;37] Red-Tailed Hawk Project 2.0 [14:40] Research-driven Transformation [17:25] Transition to Rochester Institute of Technology [19:59] Peers and Classmates [22:38] Campus Activities [24:24] Research at RIT [25:52] Summers [28:38] Majoring in Biomedical Sciences [29:43] Grad Program [31:11] FLCC Impact on Career [34:06] UG Redo [37:32] Advice for High Schoolers [39:50] Memories [45:01] Our Guest: Elizabeth Eill graduated with an AS degree in Biotechnology from Finger Lakes Community College, NY, and then a Bachelor's degree in BioMedical Sciences from Rochester Institute of Technology. Elizabeth then did her Master's in Biological Sciences from SUNY Brockport and PhD in Microbiology and Immunology from State University of New York Upstate Medical University. Memorable Quote: “...if I was ever going to donate any money to any of the schools that I went to, it would be FLCC [Finger Lakes Community College]. Because they really had the biggest formative impact on my life.” Elizabeth Eill. Episode Transcript: Please visit Episode's Transcript. Similar Episodes: College Experiences Calls-to-action: Subscribe to our Weekly Podcast Digest. Follow us on Instagram. To Ask the Guest a question, or to comment on this episode, email podcast@almamatters.io. Subscribe or Follow our podcasts at any of these locations: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify.

TNT Radio
Rhys Collyer on Jason Q Citizen & Friends - 06 May 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 54:40


GUEST OVERVIEW: Rhys Collyer is the youngest United Australia party candidate for Bennelong at just 24 years old. Rhys graduated from high school with academic honours, then studied at University of Sydney where he obtained a Bachelor of Medical Science, where he completed majors in Pharmacology, Immunobiology, Microbiology, Virology and Physiology.

Let's Talk Micro
Episode 45: Talking Breakpoints with Dr. Andrea Prinzi

Let's Talk Micro

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 43:05


This episode features an interview with Dr. Andrea Prinzi, an infectious disease medical science liaison and a contributor of many articles published in the American Society for Microbiology website. She comes to Let's Talk Micro to talk about antimicrobial susceptibility testing and breakpoints. Many laboratories are or have been using outdated breakpoints? What is the significance of this? How are breakpoints updated? Tune in to this episode to find out and check out Dr. Prinzi's article on the subject.Link to article: https://asm.org/Articles/2022/February/Updating-Breakpoints-in-Antimicrobial-Susceptibili

The A&P Professor
Skin's Microbiome & Other Stories | TAPP 114

The A&P Professor

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 43:52


Skin's microbiome is essential for health. In this episode, host Kevin Patton explores that concept and introduces a new recommendation in The A&P Professor Book Club—Clean: The New Science of the Skin. Also, science updates about B vitamins and skeletal adaptations in human birth—and a listener revisits academic integrity involved in deadline leniency. 00:00 | Introduction 00:45 | Revisiting Deadline Leniency 09:21 | Sponsored by AAA 10:08 | Shoulders and Birth 13:01 | Missing B Vitamins 17:32 | Sponsored by HAPI 18:43 | Skin's Microbiome 34:44 | Sponsored by HAPS 35:56 | Clean: The New Science of Skin 40:59 | Staying Connected   ★ If you cannot see or activate the audio player, go to: theAPprofessor.org/podcast-episode-114.html

Futureproof with Jonathan McCrea
A New Understanding Of Epilepsy

Futureproof with Jonathan McCrea

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 14:36


Joining Jonathan on Futureproof this week was Dr Matthew Campbell - Associate Professor in Trinity's School of Genetics and Microbiology . Dr Campbell has pioneered research on what actually triggers Epileptic seizures in the body. Epilepsy is a central nervous system (neurological) disorder in which brain activity becomes abnormal, causing seizures or periods of unusual behavior, sensations and sometimes loss of awareness. Anyone can develop epilepsy. Epilepsy affects both males and females of all races, ethnic backgrounds and ages. He joined Jonathan to discuss. Listen and subscribe to Futureproof with Jonathan McCrea on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.    Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App.     You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.

Future Generations Podcast with Dr. Stanton Hom
094: Dr. Ted Steele: Astrobiological Origins of COVID-19, The Universe is Teeming with Life

Future Generations Podcast with Dr. Stanton Hom

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 82:50


Get the Heart of Freedom III Replay here: https://hof3replay.thefuturegen.com/hof3recording Join the Future Generations Community here: https://community.thefuturegen.com   Remember to Rate, Review and Subscribe on iTunes and Follow us on Spotify Follow us on Instagram: @futuregenpodcast   In this episode, Dr. Ted Steele brings a powerful perspective on the origins of COVID-19 that has never been mentioned before on this podcast. While his expertise spans a wide range of scientific disciplines, the field of Astrobiology is the cornerstone of this origin story. This perspective has far-reaching implications because of its overarching assertion that the Universe is Teeming with Life. The Brilliance and Beauty of Life spans much more deeply and broadly than we could imagine.  Dr Edward J (‘Ted')  Steele PhD (72 yr) is a molecular and cellular immunologist, geneticist and microbiologist, who has worked for many years since the 1970s on describing and outlining the reverse transcriptase-based mechanisms of gene feedback in the development of the immune system -  both the somatic cell and germline evolution (vertebrate species-wide) of the variable gene clusters which  encode antigen binding sites of antibodies and T cell receptors.    These mechanisms underlie all his work since the late 1970s on Lamarckian Gene Feedback Inheritance processes over evolutionary time ( the inheritance of acquired characteristics, particularly in the immune system but also across animal species that have a clearly defined soma-germline Weismann Barrier).    He is a C.Y. O'Connor Foundation Life Fellow (Perth, 2016->) and currently lives and works in Melbourne consulting in cancer research and a number of other areas of biomedical biotech R&D development.    In more recent years (since 2015) Professor Steele has also become an astrobiologist studying, analysing, interpreting data and publishing on Cosmic Biology through experience gained by his years of biomedical research with the acknowledged founder (with Sir Fred Hoyle) of the new scientific discipline of “Astrobiology” Professor N Chandra Wickramasinghe PhD (Cardiff, and University of Buckingham UK) and other colleagues including his collaborator from the 1970s Professor Reginald M Gorczynski PhD, MD ( Toronto Health Network, University of Toronto).    Professor Steele is the author of six books and over 100 scientific research papers.   In 1971-1975 as a young man he did his PhD in the Department of Microbiology at the Medical School of the University of Adelaide purifying and defining the biological and mucosal protective properties of dimeric secretory IgA antibodies - the main molecular antibody player in induced and acquired  immunity at mucosal surfaces such as the mouth, nose , respiratory tract and gastrointestinal tract. This is all very relevant now to the manifest failures of the current generation of COVID-19 vaccine roll outs across many countries in the world – this is because the mRNA expression vector “jab-in-the-arm”  vaccines induce preferentially blood-based ‘systemic or parenteral'  immunity to the spike protein and not the crucial protective and more broad based local mucosal immunity- they cannot possibly protect properly against respiratory cold or flu viruses let alone COVID-19.( and they are prone also to real well documented risks of severe adverse events post-vaccination)    Stay Connected with the Dr. Ted Steele:    Recent Interviews:   Origin and Spread COVID-19- Video Interview Dr E.J. Steele (edited 40 min version down from continuous dialogue of a structured interview recorded 6 July in Melbourne 2021, directed by producer from Los Angeles, directing cameraman via real time ZOOM) Internet link as 27.8.21. You Tube  https://youtu.be/Ijc4mjiIquk   Asia Pacific TV interview released Tuesday 21 September 202. https://rumble.com/vmrmmq-the-origins-of-covid-19-and-why-the-vaccines-dont-work..html   Links to all published work at https://independent.academia.edu/EdwardJSteele ______________________________   Stay Connected with the Future Generations Podcast:  Instagram: @futuregenpodcast, @thefuturegensd  and @drstantonhom5.0 Facebook: Future Generations Podcast and Future Generations | Clinic of Chiropractic  Website: Future Generations | Clinic of Chiropractic  Remember to Rate, Review and Subscribe on iTunes and Follow us on Spotify!

DrTim's Aquarium Podcast
Microbiology 101

DrTim's Aquarium Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 58:50


This episode is all about the basics of microbiology. Dr Tim talks about what various microorganisms and what you can expect of them in your tank's ecosystem.   Got questions? Contact us through social media or by sending an email to info@drtimsaquatics.com   Thank you so much for being a listener!

Rebel News +
DAVID MENZIES | Winnipeg's Microbiology Lab Keeping Secrets; Roxham Road's 'Irregular' Migrants

Rebel News +

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 32:34


Sheila Gunn Reid on her access to information requests concerning the National Microbiology Lab in Winnipeg; Alexa Lavoie on the number of illegal aliens heading into Canada through Roxham Road.

Trinity Reformed Church Podcast
Lead and Feed, Guard and Guide (1 Peter 5:1-5) - Rich Lusk [Sermon]

Trinity Reformed Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 46:59


This is April 24th's sermon by Rich Lusk on the qualifications and duties of a Church's pastor. Pastor Rich Lusk has been at TPC (TRC's sponsor church) since December 2004. Before that, he served at Redeemer Presbyterian (PCA) in Austin, TX and Auburn Avenue Presbyterian (CREC) in Monroe, LA. He and his wife Jenny have four kids. Rich is a graduate of Auburn University (B. S. in Microbiology) and the University of Texas at Austin (M.A. in Philosophy). Along with pastoring Trinity Presbyterian Church, Rich teaches for Wilson Hill Academy. Trinity Reformed Church is a CREC church in Huntsville, AL. seeking to extend and unite the Kingdom in the Huntsville area. Check out our website, Facebook or YouTube!

Trinity Reformed Church Podcast
Exile and Exodus - Rich Lusk [Sunday School]

Trinity Reformed Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 52:14


This is April 24th's Sunday School by guest Pastor Rich Lusk, ending our series on Biblical theology. Pastor Rich Lusk has been at TPC (TRC's sponsor church) since December 2004. Before that, he served at Redeemer Presbyterian (PCA) in Austin, TX and Auburn Avenue Presbyterian (CREC) in Monroe, LA. He and his wife Jenny have four kids. Rich is a graduate of Auburn University (B. S. in Microbiology) and the University of Texas at Austin (M.A. in Philosophy). Along with pastoring Trinity Presbyterian Church, Rich teaches for Wilson Hill Academy. Trinity Reformed Church is a CREC church in Huntsville, AL. seeking to extend and unite the Kingdom in the Huntsville area. Check out our website, Facebook or YouTube!

Talking USMLE
Microbiology Drill Session (USMLE Step 1)

Talking USMLE

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 16:05


Today we're doing a 15-minute super high-yield Microbiology drill session covering the basic principles of Bacteriology.This is the kind of stuff that we often overlook, but that can help us significantly boost our USMLE Step 1 scores.If you enjoyed the drill and want more just like it, check out our USMLE Step 1 drills book by visiting USMLEDRILLS.COMThanks for listening!Follow me on YouTube for even more USMLE training at theusmleguys.com/ytFind me on IG and say hello --> @realdrpaulUntil next time!

92Y Talks
Lessons from the Front Lines of the Pandemic

92Y Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 58:14


In this episode of 92Y Talks, join health care journalist Deborah Schupack for a behind-the-scenes look at how New York City's Mount Sinai Health System and its Icahn School of Medicine mobilized to save lives and decipher the coronavirus. Panelists include David Reich, MD, President, The Mount Sinai Hospital and Mount Sinai Queens; Florian Krammer, PhD, Professor, Microbiology and Vaccinology; and Jessica Montanaro, MSN, RN, Assistant Nursing Care Coordinator. The conversation was streamed live as part of the 92nd Street Y's online talks series on March 29, 2022.

Making Coffee with Lucia Solis
#43: Germination & Drying–Continuous vs. Resting

Making Coffee with Lucia Solis

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 47:45


In this episode we talk about:The class system in ColombiaSpecialty coffee shops in coffee producing countriesExtended fermentations, 500 hoursGermination of dry processed coffees, what is going on?Overview of the role of amino acidsHow do we measure stress in coffee cherries?Stressed grapes vs stressed coffee cherriesSupport the show on Patreon to join our live Discord hangouts.And if you don't want to commit, show your support here with a one time contribution: PayPalSign up for the newsletter for behind the scenes pictures.Ukraine Resources:Ukraine DonationsRitualesDistrito CafeteroPergaminoDesarolladores De CafeStratification of ColombiaSocial Class in ColombiaWorld Bank Statistics on ColombiaRESEARCH PAPERSG. Bytof, SE Knopp, D Kramer, B Breitenstein, JH Bergervoet, SP Groot, D Selmar. Transient occurrence of seed germination processes during coffee post-harvest treatment. Ann Bot. 2007 Jul;100(1):61-6. DOI: 10.1093/aob/mcm068. Epub 2007 May 3.D. Kramer, B. Breitenstein, M Kleinwächter, D Selmar. Stress metabolism in green coffee beans (Coffea arabica L.): expression of dehydrins and accumulation of GABA during drying. Plant Cell Physiol. 2010 Apr;51(4):546-53. DOI: 10.1093/pcp/pcq019. Epub 2010 Mar 5.Cover Art by: Nick HafnerIntro song: Elijah Bisbee

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
Author of Fire and Flood Eugene Linden and Dr Meghan May Returns! Episode 581

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 87:40


Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more  Indeed.com/STANDUP 30 mins Eugene Linden is an award-winning journalist and author on science, nature, and the environment. He is the author of nine books of non-fiction and one novel. His previous book on climate change, Winds of Change, explored the connection between climate change and the rise and fall of civilizations, and was awarded the Grantham Prize Special Award of Merit. His celebrated works on animal intelligence include Apes, Men, and Language, the New York Times “Notable Book” Silent Partners, and the bestselling The Parrot's Lament. For many years, Eugene wrote about nature and global environmental issues for TIME where he garnered several awards including the American Geophysical Union's Walter Sullivan Award. He has also contributed to the New York Times, Foreign Affairs, and National Geographic, among many other publications. 50 mins Dr. Meghan May was appointed in the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the University of New England College of Medicine in 2013. She was previously appointed in the Department of Biological Sciences at Towson University from 2010-2013, and held the Fisher Endowed Chair of Biological Sciences from 2012-2013, and was appointed as a postdoctoral fellow and then a research assistant professor in the Department of Infectious Diseases and Pathology at the University of Florida. Dr. May earned her B.S. degree in Microbiology from the University of New Hampshire, and her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Pathobiology and Bacteriology (respectively) from the University of Connecticut. Her research focus is on the evolution of virulence, not only to determine how new diseases appear and where they come from but also how to predict what new disease might arise next — pathogen forecasting Follow her on Twitter  All things Jon Carroll  Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page Stand Up with Pete FB page

This Podcast Will Kill You
Bonus Episode: Epstein-Barr Virus

This Podcast Will Kill You

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 59:59


In last week's episode, we explored the mysterious world of multiple sclerosis (MS) and the ongoing quest to determine what causes this autoimmune disease. While it's likely that no one single factor leads to the development of MS, the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) has long been suspected to play a role in this and many other autoimmune diseases and has also been shown to be involved in several cancers. But why? How is this virus implicated in so many diseases? How does it infect us? What does it do once it's in our bodies? Dr. Micah Luftig, Associate Professor and Vice Chair in the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology at Duke University, helps to answer these questions and many more about this surprising virus. Not only does Dr. Luftig share his expert knowledge in all things EBV in this interview, he also sheds some light on what a career in academia is like and drops some great advice on how to feel out whether a research career might be right for you. Tune in wherever you get your podcasts! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.