What is chimeric antigen receptor T cell therapy, or CAR T therapy? Dr. Alain Bouchard is joined by Dr. Amit Mehta, director of the lymphoma and CAR T programs at UAB, and Dr. Carrie Lenneman, a cardio-oncologist, in a discussion of this new form of immunotherapy to target cancer cells.Learn more about CAR T cell therapy here.About the HostDr. Alain Bouchard is a clinical cardiologist at Cardiology Specialists of Birmingham, AL. He is a native of Quebec, Canada and trained in Internal Medicine at McGill University in Montreal. He continued as a Research Fellow at the Montreal Heart Institute. He did a clinical cardiology fellowship at the University of California in San Francisco. He joined the faculty at the University of Alabama Birmingham from 1986 to 1990. He worked at CardiologyPC and Baptist Medical Center at Princeton from 1990-2019. He is now part of the Cardiology Specialists of Birmingham at St. Vincent's Health System, Ascension.Medical DisclaimerThe contents of the MyHeart.net podcast, including as textual content, graphical content, images, and any other content contained in the Podcast (“Content”) are purely for informational purposes. The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read or heard on the Podcast!If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately. MyHeart.net does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, physicians, products, procedures, opinions, or other information that may be mentioned on the Podcast. Reliance on any information provided by MyHeart.net, MyHeart.net employees, others appearing on the Podcast at the invitation of MyHeart.net, or other visitors to the Podcast is solely at your own risk.The Podcast and the Content are provided on an “as is” basis.
Today we would like to introduce you to one of our newest colleagues here at IHMC, Dr. Kaleen Lavin, a research scientist who investigates the molecular mechanisms by which the body adapts and reacts to stressors such as exercise, training and aging. Kaleen came onboard at IHMC last year and is known for her use of computational biology techniques as a means to understand and improve human health, performance and resilience. She also is interested in the use of exercise as a countermeasure for a range of disease conditions, including neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's disease. Today we will talk to her about some of her most recent work that examined the molecular effects of exercise training in skeletal muscle and in people with Parkinson's. We also talk to Kaleen about her recent paper that took a comprehensive look at the current literature surrounding the molecular and cellular processes underlying the molecular benefits that exercise induces in humans. The paper appeared earlier this year in Comprehensive Physiology and was titled, “State of Knowledge on Molecular Adaptations to Exercise in Humans.” Kaleen is a graduate of Georgetown University, where she earned a bachelor's degree in biology. She also earned a master's in sports nutrition and exercise science from Marywood University in Pennsylvania and a Ph.D. in human bioenergetics from Ball State University in Indiana. Show notes: [00:03:02] Dawn opens the interview mentioning that Kaleen grew up in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and asks Kaleen about her passion for music as a youth. [00:03:25] Ken asks Kaleen about her high school years and how she became a competitive swimmer. [00:04:26] Dawn mentions that Kaleen was an excellent student growing up, but that it wasn't until her junior year of high school that she became interested in science. Dawn asks if it were a teacher who inspired Kaleen. [00:05:21] Dawn asks what led Kaleen to attend Georgetown University after graduating from high school. [00:05:57] Dawn asks if Kaleen knew she wanted to major in biology when she first arrived on campus at Georgetown. [00:06:45] Ken asks about Kaleen's experience of becoming a part of the Howard Hughes Program at Georgetown, which led to her gaining experience working in lab. [00:08:47] Dawn mentions that Kaleen transitioned from competitive swimming to running during her undergraduate years, running a marathon and half marathon. Dawn asks if Kaleen's father, who is an avid marathoner, gave her the incentive to start signing up for marathons. [00:13:19] Dawn asks Kaleen about a faculty advisor who noticed her passion for running and exercise and helped her decide what to pursue for her master's degree. [00:15:23] Ken asks Kaleen what led her to pursue her master's at Marywood University, a small Catholic University in Scranton. [00:16:56] Ken asks Kaleen what prompted her to pursue a Ph.D. in exercise science at Ball State University, which has one of the longest-standing human performance programs in the country. [00:17:57] Dawn mentions Kaleen's experience with no-breath laps as part of her training when she was in high school on the swim team. Dawn asks Kaleen to explain what no-breath laps are. [00:19:00] Dawn asks Kaleen about a study she conducted for her master's thesis at Marywood that examined the effects of controlled frequency breath swimming on pulmonary function. [00:22:13] Ken asks about how Kaleen's time at Ball State set her up for her post-doc work at Center for Exercise Medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. [00:24:31] Ken asks what it was about UAB that attracted Kaleen to do her post-doc work there. [00:26:08] Dawn asks about a study published in 2017 by a group at UAB led by Marcas Bamman where researchers took people with Parkinson's disease and ran them through a high-intensity exercise program, finding that you could not only help people preserve some function but al...
For this week's episode of Life After Cheer, our guest is Ryan Martin O'Connor: the head coach of Kentucky Cheer - also known as the most extraordinary cheerleading program in the country!! And with that title comes a lot …a lot of pressures, mindset tips, and life lessons.In today's conversation with Ryan, we talk about everything fromThe pressures to feel perfect and look a certain way - both as a cheerleader and in life after cheerHow to change your mindset around fitness And how to overcome burnout - both in cheer and in the workplaceCONNECT WITH RYAN: Website: https://ukathletics.com/sports/cheerleading/IG: https://www.instagram.com/ryoconnor17/Kentucky Cheer IG: https://www.instagram.com/kentuckycheer/CHEERFIT LINKS:Instagram: instagram.com/cheerfittraining Apply now to get CHEERFIT Certified: cheerfittraining.com/getcertifiedNot part of the SQUAD yet? Join HERE: cheerfittraining.com/squadClick HERE and text us at (908) 388-9139 for weekly workout + motivation tips delivered straight to your phoneAll things CHEERFIT: www.cheerfittraining.comRyan O'Connor's bio:Ryan O'Connor is currently the head coach of the University of Kentucky's cheerleading program. A native of Lexington, O'Connor was a five-time KAPOS state champion and a five-time UCA National High School Cheerleading Champion while cheering for Paul Laurence Dunbar High School.O'Connor was a cheerleader at the UK from 2008-09, then at Alabama from 2009-12. While with the Crimson Tide, she won the 2011 UCA College National Championship. O'Connor graduated from Alabama in 2012.She was a part of Team USA Coed in 2011 and 2012, winning the ICU gold medals. She was also on the Team USA All-Girl squad in 2013, when she and the team won another ICU gold medal.While at UAB, O'Connor's squads produced four top-10 finishes at UCA College Nationals and in group stunts.At Ole Miss, O'Connor's all-girl squad claimed a Gameday National Championship, in addition to two third-place finishes, a fourth-place result, and a seventh-place showing in the D1A Division. In Coed, her Ole Miss squads finished third and fourth in Gameday and seventh in the DIA Division. She also had group stunt teams finish fourth and seventh and partner stunt teams that recorded 10th and 11th-place finishes.O'Connor and her husband Kyle have two sons, Michael and Noah.
Oregon Football's 2022 non-conference schedule is one of the toughest in the Pac-12, starting with a week 1 meeting against the defending national champions in Georgia. After an FCS opponent, and a tough one at that in Eastern Washington, Oregon is back in Autzen stadium against a BYU team that went 10-3 in 2021--including 5-0 against the Pac-12.. It's a game that the Ducks (and the fans) should be treating as the very real threat that it is. On today's episode of Locked On Ducks, Spencer McLaughlin is joined by Jake Hatch of Locked on BYU Cougars. He brings a wealth of knowledge about the Cougars and which players will be crucial on the September 17th showdown in Eugene. Among the names Oregon fans will hear called on that day are 2 they have heard before: former Oregon OL Kingsley Suamataia and former Cal RB Christopher Brooks. Who are the other Cougar players to watch out for in addition to returning QB Jaren Hall? Over the second half of last year, BYU's defense (specifically the run defense) started to falter which contributed to an Independence Bowl loss to UAB. With the Ducks' most predictable strength going into 2022 being the offensive line, that's an area where the Ducks need to dominate. Jake also shares what concerns him most about Oregon, but also why he feels confident about the Cougars' chances going into Autzen and coming out with a win. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Thursday's 3 Man Front kicked off with the guys reporting live from UAB fall camp to preview the Blazers' outlook with coach Jack Crowe. Plus, the Big Ten and NBC are getting closer to a big time media rights deal. Hear 3 Man Front weekdays from 10-12 pm on WJOX 94.5 and JOxfm.com!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Thursday's 3 Man Front rolls on with new UAB head coach Bryant Vincent joining the guys to share what he's seen out of the Blazers' first few days of fall camp, transitioning into the head coaching role & more! Catch 3 Man Front weekdays from 10-12 pm on WJOX 94.5 and JOXfm.com!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Thursday's final hour of 3 Man front continued at UAB's fall camp as the guys looked at the impending beef between the Big 12 and the Pac-12 as expansion is still looming. 21:46 - UAB's head coach Bryant Vincent stops down after today's practice to say how camp has been going and where the ceiling is for the Blazers. 39:08 - Rob Pate, former DB at Auburn, says what he does and doesn't miss about fall camp and what the Tigers have going for them this year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3 Man Front, with Landrum Roberts, Pat Smith, John SaBerre, and Conrad van Order, spent the day at UAB's fall camp. Thursday's first hour also began with former JSU coach Jack Crowe saying what he learned while watching the Blazers in camp. 17:01 - Britney Griner is sentenced to 9 years in Russian prison for her marijuana crimes. Later, the guys look at the most ambitious NIL collectives. 38:01 - Pat lays out the biggest fear schools & athletic departments have in this NIL era. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On the latest episode of Mocs on the Mic presented by SmartBank, host Chris Goforth talks to soccer head coach Gavin McKinney and Director of Volleyball Julie Torbett about schedules, student-athletes and what the season has in store. The soccer team reported Monday and is already two weeks away from it's first competition at UAB on August 18 after a pair of friendlies at MTSU (8/9) and Jacksonville State (8/12). McKinney talks about this year's opponents as well as what he has coming back to play another season. The season opens at home on Sunday, August 21 against Eastern Kentucky. First-year Director of Volleyball Julie Torbett discusses the team and the schedule. The squad kicks off the 2022 campaign with an exhibition against Kennesaw State in Maclellan Gym on August 17 at 6 pm. The Mocs open the season on the road in Athens, Ga., in the Classic City Clash. Admission to soccer and volleyball is FREE. Follow all the action on GoMocs.com. Follow each episode on GoMocs.com, Spotify or Apple Podcasts. Click to subscribe and get notified when it drops!
We climb the FBS football ladder down a few rungs to break down Conference USA, the runt of college football's conference litter. Both cursed and beloved by gamblers for its tumultuous annual turnover and opaque weekly player news, C-USA is also full of futures betting opportunities for those who like to bet boldly. Today our Group of Five Deep Dive duo of Michael Calabrese and Mike Ianniello do just that, boldly discussing every team from top to bottom with the help of Action Network's newsbreaking reporter Brett McMurphy. Together they cover conference darlings UAB and UTSA, along with a Western Kentucky team on the decline, a Charlotte 49ers team that's steadily improving their fortunes at Club Lit, and so much more.
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Aquest divendres finalitzen les estades de l’Art Estiu i el Petit Art Estiu. En total hi han participat des del 27 de juny i fins avui un total de 109 infants, molts dels quals han repetit més d’una setmana. Des de l’organització celebren poder haver recuperat unes estades amb total normalitat, amb xifres i activitats similars a les d’abans de la pandèmia, i sense separació per grups, fet que permet “una coeducació més incisiva”—En el ple de la Paeria de Balaguer aprova dos modificacions de crèdit, que permetran disposar de més d’un milió d’euros del romanent de tresoreria per finançar projectes El ple també ha donat llum verda a l’aprovació d’un conveni de col•laboració amb la UAB per fer excavacions al jaciment arqueològic del Pla d’Almatà i l’aprovació de la prorroga per un any del transport col•lectiu urbà a l’empresa ALSA El ple ordinari d’aquest també ha aprovat el nomenament de la regidora del PSC, Lorena González, com a nova portaveu d’aquesta formació i va donar compte de la renuncia de la paera Mari Pau Ortiga, que fins ara ocupava l´Àrea de Turisme, Fires i Festes. Mari Pau deixa la regidoria per motius de salut—Localitzen a la Cova Gran de Santa Linya una plaqueta de fa 14.000 anys amb gravats per les dues cares. Correspon al final del paleolític superior i esdevé la primera d’aquestes característiques identificada al Prepirineu La descoberta de la plaqueta s’ha fet en el mateix sector de l’excavació on es va trobar l’esquelet parcial de l’Homo sapiens Linya, la dona de la Noguera, però en un nivell d’ocupació que es va produir uns segles abans—El Govern convoca per dimarts la comissió interdepartamental de la sequera davant una situació “preocupant”. Les conques internes es troben al 44% de la seva capacitat, 39 punts menys que fa un any Trànsit demana prudència aquest cap de setmana d’elevada mobilitat i no relaxar-se a la carrereta a l’agost. En el darrer cap de setmana de juliol sortiran 475.000 vehicles de l’àrea de Barcelona i hi haurà carrils addicionals i altres mesures i restriccions per minimitzar els problemes viaris Acció Climàtica convoca la línia d’ajuts per a fer front a les afectacions de les gelades de principis d’abril. L’àmbit d’aplicació dels ajuts se centra en municipis que van patir gelades de les comarques de Tarragona i Lleida, entre aquestes a la comarca de la Noguera Tanquen 26 granges de conill a Catalunya durant aquest any i Unió de Pagesos exigeix mesures a l’Administració. L’organització agrària reclama protegir el model català de petites explotacions familiars L’Associació de Veïns del Centre Històric de Balaguer organitza aquest dissabte a la Plaça Sant Salvador un concert d’havaneres a càrrec del grup Sons del Mediterrani Aquest cap de setmana es podrà veure al cinema Balaguer la pel•lícula DC LIGA DE SUPERMASCOTAS Dissabte 30 de juliol torna el Corre Bar-Gar a Penelles. 5 espais gastronòmics del municipi oferiran una ruta de tapes i audicions musicals de diversos estils des de les 7 de la tarda i fins a la mitjanit L’Hostal Nou i la Codosa celebren aquest cap de setmana la seva Festa Major. El programa inclou actes com els concerts de Le Nais, Hao Band i la festa Eclips Disco Bar. El pregoner d’aquest any serà Lo Pau de Ponts L’Ametlla del Montsec celebra la Festa Major amb ball i concerts el dissabte i música més tradicional per al diumenge El municipi de Gàrzola, entitat de Vilanova de Meià, celebrarà des d’aquest dissabte i fins al 5 d’agost la seva Setmana Cultural Vilanova de la Sal celebra aquest cap de setmana la seva Festa Major. Hi haurà concerts per al jovent i ball per la gent gran, a més d’altres activitats com el concurs de botifarra i les gimcanes per als infants Arnau Pifarré del CEN Balaguer es proclama Campió Estatal Infantil en la prova dels 50 metres lliures al campionat que se celebra a les instal•lacions del CDM Las Norias de Logroño Balaguer celebrarà aquest dissabte la 2a edició del Triatló Jove de Muntanya amb el riu Segre i el Pla d’Almatà com a escenaris de la provaDescarregar àudio (43:36 min / 20 MB)
Ordre del dia, Ple del 28-07-2022 Expedient núm.: PLE/2022/8 Òrgan col·legiat: El ple Tipus de convocatòria: Ordinària Data i hora: 28 / de juliol / 2022 a les 20:00 Lloc: Saló de Plens ASSUMPTES DE LA CONVOCATÒRIA A) Part resolutiva 1. Aprovació de les actes de les sessions anteriors 2. Assumptes d’urgència 3. EExp. 787-2019 Dació de comptes. Constitució de grups polítics municipals (modificació portaveu Grup Socialista) 4. Expedient 374/2021. Aprovació del conveni marc de col·laboració entre la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona i l’Ajuntament de Balaguer per a la creació del Campus d’arqueologia UAB del Pla d’Almatà de Balaguer 5. Expedient 406/2022. Modificació ordenança fiscal número 36A – Escola Municipal de Música. 6. Exp. 642-2022 Aprovació inicial MC 7/22 MODIFICACIÓ DE CRÈDIT AL PRESSUPOST DE LA PAERIA 7. Exp. 643-2022 Aprovació inicial MC 3/2022 modificació de crèdit del pressupost de l’IMPIC 8. Exp. 1687-2019 Resolució. 2a Pròrroga Servei públic transport col·lectiu urbà Balaguer ALSINA GRAELLS 1-octubre-2022 a 30-setembre-2023 B) Activitat de control 9. Donar compte dels Decrets d’Alcaldia del núm. 985/2022 fins al núm. 1102/2022 C) Precs i preguntesDescarregar àudio (87:47 min / 40 MB)
3 Man Front, with Landrum Roberts, Pat Smith, John SaBerre, and Conrad van Order, began Tuesday's first hour hearing from Kevin Warren, the Big Ten commissioner, at Big Ten Media Days and the guys are less than impressed with his words. 22:35 - Mike Griffith, of Dawg Nation & the AJC, discusses the possibility overhyping of Tennessee. 44:01 - The media have released their votes for C-USA and UAB is near the top. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
John Duncan introduces Darion Smith as the new co-host of the Blazer Victory Podcast. The guys also discuss Bill Clark's retirement, realignment and how it impacts UAB going forward, and more. Make sure you are subscribed to the podcast so you won't miss future episodes and follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/BlazerPod
Tonight, we're taking on the subject of grief & loss with Children's of Alabama's Amelia Center Executive Director Robert Smith. After that, I'll be talking with Liz Crowson about her cousin, Baby Wilder Rhodes, who is currently at UAB battling trisomy 18 and fundraiser has been organized, so that the parents can continue to be with Baby Wilder during this time. I hope you will listen & share this show with others.
B•Inspired Podcast would like to introduce our special guests, Bonnie Schneider & Artie Kelsey. Bonnie is the founder and Executive Director of IGA Nephropathy Foundation of America. In this episode, NJ Hall of Fame Broadcast Association Inductee/Producer/Host Bert Baron and Producer /Host Lisa Anderson learn how a mother's life was turned upside down when her son Edward Schneider was diagnosed with IGA Nephropathy in 2004. After finding a lack of information available and hearing that there was no ongoing research to find a cure, Bonnie quit her job in marketing and started the IgA Nephropathy Foundation with her husband, Ed. Years later, Bonnie was introduced to a local legend and bartender Artie Kelsey, whose kidneys were failing due to IGA Nephropathy and formed a bond that would last forever. To date; Bonnie and team have awarded almost $1,000,000 to research fellowship grants for research into the causes and a cure for IGA Nephropathy.Most recently, the foundation donated $80,000 to UAB research, the donation was matched by the University making the total donation towards UAB research $160,000. In addition, been recognized around the world and in May 14, 2022 received official recognition as IgA Nephropathy Awareness Day in the U.S. Congress and in these states: Washington, D.C, Wisconsin & New Jersey.B•INSPIRED YouTube ChannelB•INSPIRED is a audio/video Podcast where we bring you real stories from folks just like you and I who share stories of love and loss, struggles and perserverance, laughter and tears and overcoming adversity!B•INSPIRED YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx6p...B•INSPIRED Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BInspiredpod...B•INSPIRED Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/binspiredpo...B•INSPIRED Twitter: https://twitter.com/binspiredpodca1
Dr. Timothy LevineDistinguished Professor & Chair, UAB Department of Communication StudiesMore InformationTimothy R. Levine, Department of Communications StudiesUAB News - The truth, or fake news? How to do the research yourself with deception expert Tim LevineUAB News - How the COVID-19 pandemic changed societyUAB News - "Duped" - understanding the truth-default theory and the social science of lying and deceptionUAB News - New research shows most people are honest - except for a fewInc. - Want to spot a liar? Science says ask them questions like thisTimothy R. Levine - Website
Hoy César Vidal entrevistará a Antonio Espino, catedrático de Historia Moderna en la UAB. Es especialista en la Historia de la Guerra en la Época Moderna y en la Conquista de América. Nos lo contará todo sobre su último libro: "La invasión de América" de la editorial Arpa. Ayúdanos a seguir en emisión, participa en el Crowdfunding de La Voz de César Vidal: https://www.cesarvidal.com/dona
Dr. Sharon Cobb1985, BS - School of Engineering1987, MS - School of EngineeringAssociate Program Manager, NASA's Space Launch SystemNASA - Space Launch SystemAL.com - UAB grad is one of the women leading NASA back to the moon and on to MarsNASA - Father's foundry job inspires Dr. Sharon Cobb to pursue NASA career path
BIll Clark has announced that he will step down as the head coach of the UAB program, citing health issues. With offensive coordinator Bryan Vincent set to take the reins in the interim, what's next for the Blazers? Joe and Eric are joined by longtime Alabama sportswriter Evan Dudley of AL.com to discuss the situation, as well as some potential permanent candidates and how this changes things on the field. Plus, there's like 15 minutes of alt-rock chat, if you're into that? Happy football watching! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Rumors swirl that Southern Cal and UCLA will join the Big 10 conference as early as 2024 - what this means for college athletics.UAB head football coach Bryant Vincent joins to preview the college football season.Philadelphia 76ers star James Harden declines $47.3mm player option, and becomes a free agent - why this is GREAT news for Philly.We tease our UFC 276 breakdown with Gina Carano. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Rumors swirl that Southern Cal and UCLA will join the Big 10 conference as early as 2024 - what this means for college athletics. UAB head football coach Bryant Vincent joins to preview the college football season. Philadelphia 76ers star James Harden declines $47.3mm player option, and becomes a free agent - why this is GREAT news for Philly. We tease our UFC 276 breakdown with Gina Carano. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy & VFL. On part 3 of today's program, Chase is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni Matt Green to talk about the Bill Clark retiring at UAB, some bizarre comments from a former player on P.J. Fleck, Arch Manning committing to Texas, who the real "Blue Bloods" programs are in CFB, who the next team to win the SEC is not named Alabama or Georgia, the first Power 5 coach fired in 2022, Heisman dark horses, the next UGA star defensive player and the most delusional fanbase in college football. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Storm Chasers outfielder Brewer Hicklen joins Jake Eisenberg on The StormCast presented by the Sarpy County Chamber of Commerce to talk about making his Major League debut, how he got the news of his call-up from Omaha manager Scott Thorman, his journey through the Minor Leagues, how he came close to playing D-I football in college at UAB, and more.Plus, Nina Sobotka joins the show to introduce herself and share updates on what's coming up at Werner Park!For more tickets and more information, please visit omahastormchasers.com, call the Werner Park Ticket office at (402) 738-5100, and follow the team on social media. You can follow the team on Twitter @omastormchasers, on Instagram @omahastormchasers, and “like” the team on Facebook at facebook.com/omahastormchasers.
The Cover 3 crew discusses the recruiting trail, NIL and proposes trades in college football. First, Texas has surged into the top five of the national recruiting rankings after not only Arch Manning's commitment last Thursday but six more high-profile commits that followed over the next four days. Why the flurry is not a huge surprise, and what this class could mean for Steve Sarkisian and the Longhorns' future (2:00). Then, NIL is at the center of post-commitment drama between Miami and Florida after four-star QB Jaden Rashada chose the Hurricanes over the Gators (12:00) and what's next for UAB after Bill Clark's resignation due to health issues (31:46). Finally, with NBA trades trending the crew fires up the CFB Trade Machine to propose and grade trades between 2022 teams (37:00). Cover 3 is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Get 20% off Cover 3 merch in the CBS Sports Store: https://store.cbssports.com/collections/cover-3?utm_source=podcast-apple-com&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=buy-our-merch&utm_content=cover-3-collection Watch Cover 3 on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/cover3 Follow our hosts on Twitter: @Chip_Patterson, @TomFornelli, @DannyKanell, @BudElliott3 For more college football coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
3 Man Front, with Landrum Roberts, John SaBerre and Pat Smith pausing his vacation, began Friday's first hour with the breaking and unexpected news that Bill Clark has decided to step down as UAB's coach due to health reason. Later, we hear from Coach Clark as he addresses the media regarding his retirement. 31:45 - The guys give their thoughts on the big Bill Clark News. 41:50 - You, the greatest listening audience, chime in on Bill Clark & his legacy at UAB. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's time to talk College Football! Our first conference preview of the year is here! An abbreviated show, but we'll preview the remaining teams from this dying conference as best we can anyways! Our picks: 1. UAB 2. UTSA 3. UTEP 4. Western Kentucky 5. North Texas 6. Florida Atlantic 7. Middle Tennessee State Univ. 8. Charlotte 9. Louisiana Tech 10. Rice 11. Florida International
Braves & Freddie Freeman, Dansby Swanson on a tear, NY Post goes after MLB commish, Hotty Toddy in Omaha CWS, Arch Manning off the pot, UAB coach steps down, NFL Hall of Fame RB dies, coach saves swimmer as lifeguards lollygag, Atlanta Hawks draft, ESPN spoils NBA, Golf insanity over LIV, Pete's Tweets, This Day in Sports History. Come for Kenley Jansen's history save, stay for the worst broadcasters in radio & why Sarkisian at Texas has to win NOW. petedavis.buzzsprout.com
Join us as we dig into Start Disrupting's archive and revisit Antarctica with guests James B. McClintock, Ph.D. (The University of Alabama at Birmingham, Author and Professor of Polar and Marine Biology) and Bill J. Baker, Ph.D. (The University of South Florida, Professor of Chemistry). In this episode, Brett takes a dive below Antarctica's ice with James and Bill as they discuss drug discovery, climate change, and some of their most profound research findings. - The Baker Research Group- James B. McClintock and UAB in Antarctica- Books by James B. McClintockHost: Brett MaloneEditor and Producer: Becca Halm
Even as the COVID pandemic continues to plague the world, assessments of the effects of the virus and its variants are in order. Healthcare systems have borne some of the brunt of the effects and those associated with the preparation of health professionals have had to adapt “on the fly” to what are sometimes profound changes to the ways they deliver care and conduct education and training. Brian Burnett shared his experience and perspective on how COVID impacted the University of Alabama and its healthcare system in answering the following questions: What are the ways by which universities involved in the health professions, including medicine, affiliate with or develop the healthcare facilities and experiences needed to educate and train those professionals? How were the human and physical infrastructure of medical schools, clinical facilities, and administrative staff affected by the pandemic? In light of demands placed on healthcare delivery by COVID and its variants and the looming shortage of some physician specialties, new medical schools have been established with more on the way. How do you view this development and what advice would you give to a university, a community, and or a state government considering launching a new medical school? Just how important were remote learning and working to comprehensive universities such as UAB? Do you see these as more or less permanent parts of the landscape? In 10 years, how will the financial and administrative aspects of universities have changed? Brian Burnett joined the University of Alabama at Birmingham, in 2021 from the University of Maryland where he was interim associate vice president and chief financial officer. He worked in similar posts with the University of Colorado System, the University of Missouri System, and the University of Minnesota. Innovators is a podcast production of Harris Search Associates. *The views and opinions shared by the guests on Innovators do not necessarily reflect the views of the interviewee's institution or organization.*
Lisa JosephBA, College of Arts and Sciences, 2013Engagement Lead, HHS 405(d) - Aligning Health Care Industry Security ApproachesMore Information:HHS launches website for the 405(d) Aligning Health Care Industry Security Approaches Program - HHS.gov405d.hhs.govAbout Us - HHS.govFact Sheet: Cybersecurity Act of 2015, Section 405(d) - NIST.gov
On this MADM, we are highlighting Annitra McGowan and her need for a kidney donor. Annitra is on the list at UAB and Vanderbilt. She is also part of the exchange program, so you do not have to be a match to donate. Please listen & share. Let's help Annitra find a donor! Sponsor: Green's Dependable Hardware Russellville, AL
On this MADM, we are highlighting Annitra McGowan and her need for a kidney donor. Annitra is on the list at UAB and Vanderbilt. She is also part of the exchange program, so you do not have to be a match to donate. Please listen & share. Let's help Annitra find a donor! Sponsor: Bankston Motor Homes BankstonMotorHomes.com
Last week, I traveled to Florence, Alabama, to meet with Matt & Dawn Beresford. An employee of TNT Fireworks, Matt is currently battling kidney disease. Although he didn't have much energy to do it, Matt, along with his wife, Dawn, shared his story and his need for a kidney donor. Right now, I want you to consider being a donor for Matt. You do not have to be a match since he is on the kidney exchange program at both UAB and Vanderbilt. I hope you will share this need with others. Here on TMWS, we have been successful in the past getting donors for guests and I hope we can do the same for Matt. If you would be interested in being a donor, you can contact Vanderbilthealth.com - living kidney donor transplant, then fill out the interest form. Information needed for the interest form: Patient: Matthew Beresford Date of birth: 5-7-76
Kelly Farrell is currently the head coach at Arkansas Little Rock. A graduate of Loyola (Maryland), Kelly has worked her way up through the coaching ranks that included stops at Monmouth, Georgia Southern, UAB and University of Nebraska-Omaha.
STI infection rates are generally increasing in the U.S., and this is especially concerning for pregnant women; for instance, in just the last five years, congenital syphilis cases have jumped 200%. Jodie Dionne-Odom, MD, MSPH, FIDSA, defines the categories of STIs and explains possible reasons behind the increase. She emphasizes the need for early testing and treatment of pregnant women and discusses some of the advances in testing that may lead to convenient, at-home sample collection options. Learn about the clinical trials in progress at UAB exploring vaccines and antibiotics for common STIs.
Show Notes: This is part 2 of a series, and we encourage you to listen to part 1, episode 187. We are joined by Dr. Jayme Locke, the lead transplant surgeon for the pig to human kidney transplant at UAB, and Drew Shunk, the director of clinical services at Legacy of Hope. Dr. Locke explains why pigs are a good choice for xenotransplantation, the technology that made it possible, and shares what information they hoped to learn from the study. Drew shares how Legacy of Hope (the organ procurement agency) helped identify a good candidate for the study and supported the family throughout the process. Terria talks about setting compassionate boundaries during our moment for mental health, and we honor donor hero Elizabeth Gilmore.
This weekend's 1 in 44 guests are Gavin Jenkins and Kevin Spencer! Gavin is the Chair of the UAB Department of Occupational Therapy and Kevin is the Magic Therapy Designer and Magic Camp Curriculum Creator. The UAB Magic Camp is part of a collaboration between UAB's Department of Occupational Therapy, Children's of Alabama, Hocus Focus™ and the UAB Institute for Arts in Medicine. The annual UAB Magic Camp will be held virtually via Zoom this summer. It is designed - and free to attend - for children ages 9 - 18 with disabilities. Learning and performing magic tricks has been shown to benefit children and adults with disabilities. The approach is being shown to be an effective treatment technique as it promotes motivation, and improves physical, psychological, perceptual, or social functions in those who participate. Tune in to learn more or visit: www.uab.edu/shp/ot/ot-magic-camp
Yesterday, I traveled to Florence, Alabama, to meet with Matt & Dawn Beresford. An employee of TNT Fireworks, Matt is currently battling kidney disease. Although he didn't have much energy to do it, Matt, along with his wife, Dawn, shared his story and his need for a kidney donor. Right now, I want you to consider being a donor for Matt. You do not have to be a match since he is on the kidney exchange program at both UAB and Vanderbilt. I hope you will share this need with others. Here on TMWS, we have been successful in the past getting donors for guests and I hope we can do the same for Matt. If you would be interested in being a donor, you can contact Vanderbilthealth.com - living kidney donor transplant, then fill out the interest form. Information needed for the interest form: Patient: Matthew Beresford Date of birth: 5-7-76