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Public research university in Irvine, California, United States

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Ministry of Ideas
Making Meaning Episode 2: A Fortunate Coalescence

Ministry of Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 10:51


We're often given the following choice: either there's a cosmic, eternal purpose to our lives or nothing matters at all. But perhaps the meaning of life is the meaning in life—witnessing the dance of light on leaves or the catching of a perfect wave.GUESTAaron James is philosophy professor at UC Irvine and the author of Surfing with Sarte: An Aquatic Inquiry into the Life of Meaning. SHOW DESCRIPTIONMaking Meaning is a limited series from Ministry of Ideas that explores how life can be lived more meaningfully. Featuring meditations by some of the world's most sensitive and insightful thinkers, Making Meaning will give you fresh perspective and encouragement to live with greater intention and fullness.  Making Meaning is produced by Jack Pombriant  and  Zachary Davis. Artwork by Dan Pecci. Learn more at  ministryofideas.org and find us on Twitter @ministryofideas.

Healthcare Unfiltered
Real-World Evidence vs Clinical Trials

Healthcare Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 80:03


To debate the utility and appropriateness of real-world evidence against clinical trials for treating patients with hematologic malignancies, Chadi welcomes back Aaron Goodman (@AaronGoodman33), MD, hematologist, University of California San Diego, and Alan Skarbnik (@ASkarbnik), MD, director of the lymphoma and CLL program, Novant Health (Charlotte, NC), as well as invites first-time guest Liz Brem (@DrLizBrem), MD, assistant clinical professor of hematology, UC Irvine. Can RCT designers ever escape inherent bias? Will we ever enroll a more diverse, higher volume patient population in clinical trials? Who has the right to criticize a clinical trial design? The group uses a phase I study published in Lancet Hematology to frame their arguments in this riveting, hotly contested discussion. Check out Chadi's website for all Healthcare Unfiltered episodes and other content. www.chadinabhan.com/ Watch all Healthcare Unfiltered episodes on Youtube. www.youtube.com/channel/UCjiJPTpIJdIiukcq0UaMFsA

Pitchfork Economics with Nick Hanauer
The hidden costs of banking while poor (with Mehrsa Baradaran and Cate Blackford)

Pitchfork Economics with Nick Hanauer

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 57:03


The average family earning $25,000 a year in the U.S. spends about $2,400 on financial transactions. Whether it's the astronomical interest rates of a payday loan or the costs that come with being unbanked, the extractive practices of the financial services industry are effectively keeping the poor in poverty. Lawyer and author Mehrsa Baradaran and economic mobility expert Cate Blackford join Nick and Steph this week to explain why banking while poor is so expensive, and what states can do to rein in the people who profit from it. This episode was originally released in February 2020. Mehrsa Baradaran is a professor of law at UC Irvine. She writes about banking law, financial inclusion, inequality, and the racial wealth gap. Her scholarship includes the books How the Other Half Banks and The Color of Money: Black Banks and the Racial Wealth Gap.  Twitter: @MehrsaBaradaran Cate Blackford was the Director of Outreach and Donor Development at the Bell Policy Center when we recorded this episode, but she is now the Public Policy Director at Maine People's Alliance. She was the Co-Chair of the 2018 Proposition 111 campaign in CO to limit the interest lenders could charge on payday loans and eliminate fees from payday lending products, which passed with 75% of the vote.  Twitter: @catetiller  Further reading:  Capitol One to end overdraft penalties as CFPB takes aim at ‘exploitative junk fees': https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2021/12/01/capital-one-overdraft-fees/  How the Other Half Banks: https://www.hup.harvard.edu/catalog.php?isbn=9780674983960 The Color of Money: https://www.hup.harvard.edu/catalog.php?isbn=9780674237476 If the U.S. Government Treated Poor People as Well as It Treats Banks: https://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2015/10/if-the-us-government-treated-poor-people-as-well-as-it-treats-banks/410614/ CO's Prop 111 explained: https://coloradosun.com/2018/10/22/proposition-111-colorado-2018-explained/ Briefed by the Bell - Predatory Economy: https://www.bellpolicy.org/2018/09/10/predatory-economy/ How Do Payday Loans Work? https://www.incharge.org/debt-relief/how-payday-loans-work/ Website: http://pitchforkeconomics.com/ Twitter: @PitchforkEcon Instagram: @pitchforkeconomics Nick's twitter: @NickHanauer

Black, Brown & Bilingüe
Dr. Leo Chavez and Linda Sanchez: The Long History of the Immigrant "Other"

Black, Brown & Bilingüe

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 61:08


In this conversation with Dr. Leo Chavez, professor of anthropology at UC-Irvine and Linda Sanchez, a student in the program we cover the idea of the long history of the "immigrant threat" that over the last three to four decades has manifested in negative feelings towards Latino immigration. Listen and learn. Contribute to the conversation on social media and share the episode.

HiPERleadership
23. The Search for Buried Talent with Tom Andriola

HiPERleadership

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 26:12


What would happen if you didn't write an organizational chart? Tom Andriola joins the HiPERleadership podcast to share his strategies for overcoming the limitations of traditional org charts and uncovering existing talent within your organization. Most organizations tend to have buried talent. Too often, in the search to fill roles, we overlook our best candidates to achieve the goal. As the current Vice Chancellor, Information, Technology and Data; Chief Data Officer of UC Irvine and UCI Health, Tom has a track record of recruiting talent internally by finding people and bringing them into projects that they are passionate about. Whether they're buried under management structures or put on initiatives that don't align with their strengths, Tom points to the ways leaders can craft a compelling vision that will draw out great talent.

The Work From Home Show
S2Ep48: In Trump Time: A Journal of America's Plague Year with Dr. Peter Navarro

The Work From Home Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 45:31


The response to Covid by the Trump administration was, in a word, chaotic. But what was happening behind the closed doors? Dr. Peter Navarro, former Deputy Assistant to President Donald J. Trump, joins Adam and Naresh to discuss what was known when, why he despises Dr. Fauci, what he sees when he looks at China, and more. Dr. Navarro is also the former Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy under the Trump Administration, former National Defense Production Act policy coordinator, and former Director of the White House National Trade Council; former Professor of Economics and Public Policy at the Paul Merage School of Business at UC Irvine; co-author of, "Death by China: Confronting the Dragon - A Global Call to Action," "Seeds of Destruction: Why the Path to Economic Ruin Runs Through Washington, and How to Reclaim American Prosperity"; author of, "The Coming China Wars: Where They Will Be Fought and How They Can Be Won," "CROUCHING TIGER: What China's Militarism Means for the World", and the new book "In Trump Time: A Journal of America's Plague Year". Website: www.PeterNavarro.com Featured Photo by Gani Nurhakim on Unsplash www.Patreon.com/WorkFromHomeShow www.WorkFromHomeShow.com

Riding The Pine
Ep. 170 Interview Only Episode w/ UC Irvine MBB Player Dawson Baker

Riding The Pine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 19:10


I'm joined in Ep. 170 by a tremendous guest that has seen a very unique journey to where he is today playing in the D1 basketball world, current UC Irvine men's basketball player Dawson Baker (2:34-18:11)! Dawson shares what it was like for him coming back to play basketball after being away from the game for 2 years, how he was able to adjust to the D1 level of basketball and what he attributes to the massive amount of success he saw in his freshman year, which led to him being named the Big West Freshman of the Year and so much more! Intro: 0:00-1:37Interview w/ Dawson Baker: 2:34-18:11 Outro: 18:12-19:10

Something You Should Know
How Urges and Instincts Can Sabotage Your Success & What The Universe is Made Of

Something You Should Know

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 55:09


Most of us have heard the poinsettia plants are poisonous to people and pets. How poisonous? Will eating leaves from a poinsettia kill you? Will it make you sick? Do you even need to be worried? This episode begins with some interesting facts about just how dangerous poinsettias are. https://www.stranges.com/are-poinsettias-poisonous/ Human instincts are what have helped us to survive. Yet, some of those instincts are not so practical in today's modern world according to evolutionary biologist Dr. Rebecca Heiss, author of the book Instinct: Rewire Your Brain with Science-Backed Solutions to Increase Productivity and Achieve Success (https://amzn.to/3oxbQTq). Rebecca joins me to talk about how these instincts such as the instinct for self-deception and variety and the fear of others can really sabotage your success. Then, she offers strategies to override those instincts when you need to.  What's in a black hole? What's a multiverse? When will the sun burn out? These are just a few of the fascinating questions I discuss with Daniel Whiteson, professor of physics at UC Irvine and author of the book Frequently Asked Questions About the Universe (https://amzn.to/3oCeTtR). Listen as Daniel takes some pretty complex ideas about the universe and makes them interesting and understandable to everyone. Your sense of touch is more powerful than you may have ever realized. What you touch ad how it feels can actually change the way you think. Listen as I reveal some fascinating research about how this works. https://news.yale.edu/2010/06/24/touch-how-hard-chair-creates-hard-heart Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Scratching & Thriving
Interview w/ UC Irvine's Vice Chancellor Douglas Haynes

Scratching & Thriving

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 35:26


Douglas M. Haynes is the inaugural UCI Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and Chief Diversity. Haynes leads a comprehensive effort to establish UCI as a national leader and global model of inclusive excellence. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Today in Health IT
HC2HC Event – Scott Joslyn, CIO of UC Irvine

Today in Health IT

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 21:20


I caught up with Scott Joslyn, the CIO for UC Irvine. There is a wisdom that only comes from experience and Scott's decades of experience comes through in this conversation. I hope you enjoy.

NM State Athletics Insider
Mario McKinney Jr. Postgame Interview | MBB vs UC Irvine November 9

NM State Athletics Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 2:35


Jack Nixon visits with NM State MBB point guard Mario McKinney Jr. following the Aggies win vs UC Irvine on November 9.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

NM State Athletics Insider
Chris Jans Postgame Interview | MBB vs UC Irvine November 9

NM State Athletics Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 5:19


Jack Nixon visits with NM State MBB head coach Chris Jans following the Aggies win vs UC Irvine on November 9.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

College Hoops Overtime - Betting
11/9/2021-Hoopin' With Hoops

College Hoops Overtime - Betting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 279:47


Start of picks 3:31-UC San Diego vs Cal 5:35-S Illinois vs Little Rock 8:11-Akron vs Ohio St 10:29-St Peter's vs VCU 12:33-E Michigan vs Indiana 15:23-IUPUI vs Butler 17:41-Citadel vs Pit 20:07-App St vs Iona 22:49-UIC vs Dayton 25:05-FIU vs Georgia 27:27-Belmont.vs Ohio 30:02-Monmouth vs Charlotte 32:39-Kansas vs Michigan St 34:58-Toledo vs Valpo 37:21-Portland vs Arizona St 39:54-Oakland vs WVU 42:31-UT Martin vs Tennessee 45:24-Rider vs Duquesne 47:56-Evansville vs Cincinnati 50:09-Fairfield vs Providence 52:18-Siena vs St. Bonaventure 54:32-Quinnipiac vs Maryland 56:24-Delaware vs Davidson 58:42-Ball St vs GA Southern 1:01:10-Miami OH vs GA Tech 1:03:50-Bowling Green vs W Carolina 1:06:23-Canisius vs Miami 1:08:04-Niagara vs Xavier 1:10:26-Columbia vs Fordham 1:12:53-E Illinois vs Northwestern 1:14:56-Hofstra vs Houston 1:17:46-Elon vs Florida 1:19:55-UNC Wilmington vs IL St 1:22:39-TN Tech vs Memphis 1:24:18-C Michigan vs Missouri 1:26:53-UT Arlington vs OK St 1:29:10-Arkansas vs Mercer 1:31:33-Jacksonville St vs Wichita St 1:33:55-Auburn vs Morehead St 1:35:52-W Illinois vs Nebraska 1:37:45-UMKC v Minnesota 1:40:30-UW Milwakee vs N Dakota 1:43:00-UL Monroe v LSU 1:45:02-Ab Christian v Utah 1:47:13-Pepperdine v Rice 1:49:35-Indiana St v UW Green Bay 1:51:45-Dartmouth vs BC 1:53:58-SEMO v Missouri St 1:58:45-St. Thomas v Chi St 2:01:29-SIUE v Marquette 2:03:23-Utah Valley v Boise St 2:05:28-LA Tech v Bama 2:07:32-CSUN v USC 2:09:45-UC Irvine v NMST 2:12:09-Dixie St v Gonzaga 2:14:43-CS Fullerton v Santa Clara 2:16:57-Bradley v S Dakota St 2:19:18-UC Davis v Utah St 2:21:49-NY Post Pick Kentucky v Duke 2:24:08-Oral Roberts v Colorado St 2:26:14-Cleveland St v BYU 2:18:37-E Wash v Nevada 2:30:53-Tarleton St v Stanford 2:33:06-UC Riverside v SDSU 2:35:16-Montana St v Colorado 2:37:50-Portland St v Oregon St 2:39:41- No IL v Washington 2:42:19-Chattanooga v LMU 2:44:29-No AZ v Arizona 2:46:41-CS Bakersfield v UCLA 2:50:51-Alcorn St v Wash St 2:52:47-Mt St. Mary's v Nova 2:54:40-Bethune Cookman v USF 2:57:04-C Conn St v UConn 2:59:02-Lafayette v Syracuse 3:01:19-Boston U v Rhode Island 3:03:44-Towson v Albany 3:05:31-NC A&T v UNCG 3:08:02-USC Upstate v S Carolina 3:10:11-Loyola MD v UNC 3:12:11-Presbyterian v Clemson 3:13:47-SC St v E Carolina 3:15:51-Stony Brook v George Mason 3:18:00-Hartford v Wagner 3:20:29-TX So v Oregon 3:23:02-Northeastern v Colgate 3:25:13-NC Central v Richmond 3:27:15-UMBC v UMass 3:29:38-UNC Ash v UAB 3:32:02-New Orleans v Ole Miss 3:33:09-Cornell v Binghamton 3:36:09-Texas St v Incarnate Word 3:38:10-MS Valley v St. John's 3:40:24-TN St v Bama A&M 3:42:20-Bama St v WKU 3:44:26-Francis NY v Wisconsin 3:46:10-C Ark v St Louis 3:48:49-MD E Shore v St. Joe's 3:50:32-Nicholls v N Iowa 3:52:23-Coppin St v Loyola IL 3:54:20-Francis PA v G Washington 3:56:12-McNeese v SMU 3:58:35-Maine v VA Tech 4:01:35-Ark PB v Creighton 4:03:43-N Florida v TX Tech 4:05:35-Kennesaw St v IA St 4:07:41-NW St v Oklahoma 4:09:35-Bucknell v NC St 4:11:23-Sacred Heart v La Salle 4:13:32-Marist v American 4:15:37-SE LA v Tulane 4:17:51-Jackson St v Illinois 4:20:00-Houston Baptist v Texas 4:22:00-Navy v UVA 4:24:04-Bellarmine v Purdue 4:26:09-Southern v Louisville 4:28:14-Grambling v GCU 4:30:30-Longwood v Iowa 4:32:44-Prairie View v St. Mary's 4:34:45-LIU v San Fran Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Crazy Money with Paul Ollinger
Investing for Good (with Judith Rodin, Joan Salwen, and Pieter van der Gaag)

Crazy Money with Paul Ollinger

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 72:27


This week I speak to three distinguished guests about how money can be used to make the world a better place and how investors large and small can influence corporations to be more responsible global and local citizens.    Up first is Dr. Judith Rodin, former President of both The Rockefeller Foundation and the University of Pennsylvania where she was the first woman to permanently lead an Ivy League Institution. Judith is the author ofThe Power of Impact Investingand Making Money Moral: How a new Wave of Visionarires Is Linking Purpose and Profit, which we discuss today.   Judith earned a BA from University of Pennsylvania, her PhD from Columbia and did a post-doctoral fellowship at UC-Irvine. She has also received honorary degrees from Johns Hopkins, Dartmouth and 16 other institutions. She has served on the boards of Citigroup, Comcast/NBC Universal, Young & Rubicam, the NYSE, and many other major corporations and non-profit organizations.    In addition to Dr. Rodin, I speak with Joan King Salwen, CEO of Blue Ocean Barns, producers of a cattle feed supplement that reduces cows' methane emissions by 50-80%. With over 1.5 billion cattle on earth, their product has a huge addressable market.    Also joining this week is Pieter van der Gaag who is Chair of the Dutch Pension Fund Agreement on International Responsible Investment. In this role he implements improved due diligence processes at Pension Funds in line with UN Human Rights standards and OECD Guidelines. Pieter is also Executive Director/Chair at Ecosystems Restoration Camps, a global movement of people restoring ecosystems to create an abundant earth. He and I were classmates at Rhodes College back when I had a devastatingly good head of hair.    Click here to learn more about investing in shares of blue-chip artwork with Masterworks.io    **Please rate and review Crazy Money here.   E-mail Paul here.  About Crazy Money: Unlike traditional personal finance shows like Dave Ramsey or Suze Orman, Crazy Money is not about how to make a million bucks, how to beat the market, or how to save money by switching cable providers. It is about deciding what role we want money to play in our lives and how we can use it to be our best selves. Topics covered include: Philosophy, Happiness, Contentment, Meaning, dreams, purpose, Success, Rat Race, Society, mental health, Buddhism, Stoicism, the hedonic treadmill, morality, Mid-Life Crisis, Business, Work, Careers, Authors, Books, Consumerism, Values, capitalism, economics, investing, saving, spending, personal finance, charity, philanthropy, altruism, affluence, wealth, wealth management, culture, society. Status. Crazy Money is produced and edited by Mike Carano Are you really still reading?

Machine Learning Podcast - Jay Shah
Benefits of understanding Theory of Deep Learning | Dr. Hanie Sedghi, Google Brain

Machine Learning Podcast - Jay Shah

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 53:26


Hanie is a senior research scientist at Google Brain working on research problems related to understanding and improving deep learning techniques. She works on designing algorithms with theoretical guarantees such that they work efficiently in real-world applications.  Prior to that, she was a research scientist at  Allen Institute for AI, and before that she was a Post-Doc fellow at UC-Irvine. She graduated from USC with a Ph.D. with minors in Mathematics. Dr. Hanie Sedghi's linksTwitter: https://twitter.com/haniesedghi?ref_src=twsrc%5EtfwHomepage: https://haniesedghi.com/About the Host:Jay is a Ph.D. student at Arizona State University, doing research on building Interpretable AI models for Medical Diagnosis.Jay Shah: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shahjay22/You can reach out to https://www.public.asu.edu/~jgshah1/ for any queries.Stay tuned for upcoming webinars!#theoryofmachinelearning #deeplearning #ai #machinelearning #fundamentals***Disclaimer: The information contained in this video represents the views and opinions of the speaker and does not necessarily represent the views or opinions of any institution. It does not constitute an endorsement by any Institution or its affiliates of such video content.***

Blue & Gold Report | UC Irvine Athletics
Blue & Gold Report | Men's Basketball Media Day - Nov. 2021

Blue & Gold Report | UC Irvine Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021


It's the start of the 2021-22 campaign and Trent Rush, the voice of the Anteaters, visits with Head Coach Russell Turner, Senior Captain Collin Welp, and Big West Freshman of the Year Dawson Baker at media day. Coming of its ninth-straight winning season, the UC Irvine men's basketball team will look to continue its prominence atop the Big West as the 2021-22 Anteaters will pursue their sixth Big West regular season title, third Big West Tournament crown and third NCAA Tournament appearance under 12th-year head coach Russell Turner. 

Nature Unplugged Podcast
Episode 064: Mental Health and Suicide Prevention with Yeni Palomino and Lora Cayanan

Nature Unplugged Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 50:13


Here at Nature Unplugged, we are hugely passionate about the importance of mental health. That's a big reason why we do what we do. While our focus is more on the preventative (upstream) side of things we know how important it is to be prepared and to know what to do in a mental health crises. Our guests today are from the San Diego Suicide Prevention Council. Yeni Palomino and Lora Cayanan are here to share about the importance of suicide prevention, provide some tips and tools for how to be prepared in a mental health crisis, and more about the amazing work they do. SHOW NOTES: - Community Health Improvement Partners: https://www.sdchip.org/ - Suicide Prevention Council: https://www.sdchip.org/initiatives/suicide-prevention-council/ - National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255 - San Diego Access and Crisis Line: 888-724-7240 BIOS: Yeni Palomino Yeni Linqui Palomino is Vice President of Community Health and Engagement at Community Health Improvement Partners (CHIP). Palomino has extensive work experience dating back to 2003 in addressing the issues of environmental justice and public health in underrepresented and underserved populations in San Diego. In a previous work capacity, Palomino served as a Bilingual Program Coordinator and Organizer of the Healthy Homes Project in National City. Upon assuming her role at CHIP in 2010, Palomino embarked on a 2-year program development journey to inspire sustainable, grassroots leadership on public health issues which led to the creation of the CHIP / Resident Leadership Academy program – a curriculum-based, public health leadership and advocacy program that provides residents from underserved communities with the tools and skills necessary to become lifelong health advocates addressing issues such as public safety, healthy food access and the quality of physical activity opportunities. Palomino has worked on issues relating to behavioral health since 2014, and currently serves as lead facilitator of San Diego County's Suicide Prevention Council, which focuses on implementation of its 2018 published Action Plan based on the Institute of Medicine's Environmental Prevention Model --- a health equity framework. Lora Cayanan, MPH Lora Cayanan is the Program Manager for Community Health Improvement Partners (CHIP) and the San Diego County Suicide Prevention Council (SPC). Lora has spent the past 6 years working at CHIP previously serving as a Program Coordinator, Program Assistant and Intern. She became a Certified Question Persuade and Refer or QPR Trainer in 2015 and oversees the training program for San Diego County with over 22,000 individuals trained since 2011. She is also an Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training or ASIST instructor. Lora received her Bachelors in Biological Sciences from UC Irvine and her Master's of Public Health from National University. CREDITS: Intro and Outro Song: The Soft Pack - Mexico

Highbrow Drivel
Frequently Asked Questions of the Universe

Highbrow Drivel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 55:50


Get ready to wave hello to Jeff and Elon, we're getting back in the Highbrow Drivel Galactic and heading back to outer space. This week, we're talking about the frequently asked questions of the universe with Dr Daniel Whiteson and Pernille Haaland. Highlights include Dr Daniel explaining expansion, discussion on whether the black hole at the centre of the milky way is like a guard dog keeping aliens away and some a-grade nan chat. Expert guest: Daniel Whiteson is a physics professor at UCIrvine, and a fellow of the American Physical Society. He does research using the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, and is looking forward to meeting aliens. He is one of the hosts of the amazing 'Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe' podcast and one of the authors of the fantastic new book 'Frequently Asked Questions About the Universe' . You can learn more about him and his work at either of the two above links or by following him on Twitter.Comedian guest: Pernille Haaland (West End, BBC, BBC3, “Hilarious” Time Out) is a comedian and actor from Norway. She studied at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and works as a freelance actor, comedian and writer. Since starting comedy Pernille Haaland has toured around the UK and Europe as well as doing the Edinburgh Fringe 6 years in a row! She was a semi finalist in the SYTF, Leicester Square and South East comedian competitions and won best short film at the Sunderland Short-film Comedy Festival. Pernille is currently based in Norway, Oslo.  Learn more on her website, Twitter, Instagram or Facebook.

F***ing Shakespeare
AWP21 Episode—Aimee Bender (Day 3, Episode 3)

F***ing Shakespeare

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 26:54


Aimee Bender graduated from UC Irvine and teaches at USC. Her books have received accolades in all the major outlets: from the New York Times, LA Times, & MCSweeney's, to Oprah. Her latest novel, published July 2020, is The Butterfly Lampshade. When I was rattling off the list of Bender's books, Kate deadpanned, “So she's basically taken all the best titles from the universe.” In this episode, Bender reads from her latest novel. Of it, an astute reviewer wrote, “[it's] as if we'd shrunk to fit inside a Joseph Cornell diorama... we feel as Francie does: that anything and anyone might be a two-way street, capable of passing from our side into theirs by means of illustration—or from their side into ours by means of emanation...and after ‘slipping into being...we really ought not to be here.'” Listen as we discuss why exposing your kids to things like modern dance and The Blue Man Group is a good thing, how to keep your finger on the pulse of what's going on but also feel confident enough to vary your form as a writer, and remembering the mindless goodness (and potential writing prompt) in just staring at an object in space. (N.B. Your phone's screen does not count.)Honorable Mentions:Flannery O'Connor's reminder to us all:“There's a certain grain of stupidity that the writer can hardly do without, and this is the quality of having to stare, of not getting the point at once.” (from O'Connor's essay “The Nature and Aim of Fiction”) Best writer note to your younger self: “Write what you like, kid. Enough of this posturing.”Aimee Bender's Incredible Backlist:The Particular Sadness of Lemon CakeThe Girl in the Flammable Skirt: StoriesThe Color MasterAn Invisible Sign of My OwnWillful Creatures: Stories

Marching to Madness
Episode 697: UC Irvine head coach Russell Turner

Marching to Madness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 14:02


In this episode of Marching to Madness, hosts Blake Lovell and Ken Cross welcome back UC Irvine head coach Russell Turner. Topics of discussion include: The compete level of big man Collin Welp Dawson Baker's talent and work ethic The ingenuity of DJ Davis to make an impact in his first season Austin Johnson in the post with Welp ... and much more! Be sure to subscribe to the Marching to Madness on iTunes so you never miss a single episode. About the Hosts: Blake Lovell has over 14 years of experience in sports media. His work has been featured on The New York Times, Athlon Sports, Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook, Rivals, Scout.com, Time Warner Cable, and many more. He covers national college basketball for College Hoops Watch and is the founder of SoutheastHoops.com. He's also a member of the USBWA. You can follow him on Twitter @theblakelovell. Ken Cross has a plethora of experience over 23 years in both print and broadcast journalism. He has worked in some capacity for ESPN Radio, CBS Sports Radio, Fox Sports Radio, Sporting News Radio, Yahoo! Sports Radio and many more. This includes coverage of college football, college basketball, Carolina Panthers, Charlotte Hornets/Bobcats, Carolina Hurricanes, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Orlando Magic, and the Tampa Bay Lightning. His print and internet experiences include a college basketball writer and internet writer for Lindy's Sports Annuals and www.lindyssports.com, Streamline Media, Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook, Field Level Media, and Rivals.com. He's the founder and editor of collegehoopswatch.com. You can follow him on Twitter @KennyBuckets333.

Sinica Podcast
Did tariffs make a difference in Trump's trade war?

Sinica Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 78:28


This week on Sinica: Did the Trump-era tariffs have their intended effects? In other words, did they prompt companies to pull up stakes in China and re-shore jobs to the United States? Kaiser chats with two political scientists, Samantha Vortherms of UC Irvine and Jack Zhang, director of the University of Kansas's Trade War Lab, about the paper they recently published with the intention of answering that question. The paper is called “Political Risk and Firm Exit: Evidence from the US-China Trade War.” They share their findings and explore the paper's policy implications.4:16 – Sam and Jack offer their thoughts on U.S. Trade Representative Ambassador Katherine Tai's recent speech on U.S.-China trade10:05 – Distinguishing between tariffs and other aspects of the trade war13:46 – Previously, on the U.S.-China Trade War: A brief recap of the trade war to date18:35 – The Foreign Invested Enterprises in China dataset23:14 – A summary of the paper's findings: Tariffs did not increase the likelihood of firms exiting47:15 – What explains the relative reticence of affected firms when it comes to voicing opposition to tariffs?55:36 – What would you tell Katherine Tai and Gina Raimondo if they were your captive audience?A transcript of this interview is available on SupChina.com.Recommendations:Sam: The podcast Invisibilia, and specifically, a recent episode called “International Friend of Mystery.”Jack: The Masters of Chinese Economics and Political Affairs (MCEPA) degree program at UC San Diego's School of Global Policy and Strategy, and Amitav Ghosh's River of Smoke (part of the Ibis series).Kaiser: A Song for Arbonne, a semi-historical fantasy novel by Guy Gavriel Kay.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Then & Now
What is Afropessimism? A Conversation with Frank Wilderson

Then & Now

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 72:51


This episode of Then & Now  features a conversation with Frank B. Wilderson III, Chancellor's Professor of African American Studies at UC Irvine and author of the book Afropessimism. The conversation tracks his extraordinary life journey from youthful radical activism in Minnesota to a career as a stockbroker to participation in subversive activity for the African National Congress in South Africa. It also focuses on Wilderson's stark and unsparing philosophical stance of Afropessimism, which rests on the belief in a racism so deep that it divides the world between Humans and Blacks.

The Academic Minute
Shane Coffield, University of California, Irvine – Climate Change Impacts on California Ecosystems

The Academic Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 2:30


On this Student Spotlight during University of California, Irvine Week: California is in the thick of the effects of climate change. Shane Coffield, PhD Candidate in Earth System Science, explores what to do going forward. Shane Coffield is a PhD Candidate in Earth System Science at UC Irvine, studying climate change impacts on ecosystems in […]

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 1 | LA Kings Commentator - Daryl Evans @ConwayShow

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 32:13


GUEST: DR. RAY – Bill Clinton still in UC Irvine hospital//Dodgers win! // Upcoming schedule//GUEST: DARYL EVANS – LA Kings//

KFI Featured Segments
@ConwayShow: Dr. Ray Casciari Updates Us On Bill Clinton's Hospitalization

KFI Featured Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 9:06


Our favorite doctor, Dr. Ray Casciari, joined the Tim Conway Jr. Show to discuss former President Bill Clinton's UC Irvine hospital ICU visit.

Bill Handel on Demand
Handel on the News [EARLY EDITION]

Bill Handel on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 30:56


Bill Handel is joined by KFI News Director Chris Little - filling in for Jennifer Jones Lee - and Wayne Resnick, as the trio discusses news topics that include: The Dodgers win! L.A. advances to the NLCS to face the Atlanta Braves, Robert Durst has been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his best friend, and Bill Clinton is 'on the mend' after being hospitalized at UC Irvine.

DNA Today: A Genetics Podcast
#159 Black Cancer Genes on Breast Cancer

DNA Today: A Genetics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021


We are ecstatic to announce that DNA Today won the Best 2021 Science and Medicine Podcast Award. A HUGE thank you to all you listeners who nominated and voted for the show. It is such an honor to win this award two years in a row. As you may recall, this is a People's Choice Award, so it truly is thanks to your support that we won. It's been such a fun journey over the last 9 years hosting and producing DNA Today and it's because of you listeners that we have amazing sponsors who keep the show running. Thank you all again! We have so many more episodes to bring you and we hope you keep tuning to learn more about genetics. In honor of breast cancer awareness month, Kira Dineen is joined by two representatives from Black Cancer Genes, Erika Stallings and Dena Goldberg (aka DenaDNA). Erika Stallings is an attorney, writer and BRCA awareness advocate. In June 204 she learned that she carried a BRCA2 gene mutation, a hereditary cancer mutation that causes up to an 85% lifetime risk of developing breast cancer. In December 2014 she underwent a preventative double mastectomy which lowered her risk of breast cancer to less than 5%.Dena Goldberg Linder, MS, CGC (DenaDNA) is a licensed and board certified genetic counselor. She attended the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana for her undergraduate studies where she worked in a Molecular Anthropology lab studying ancestry genetics. Dena graduated from the Genetic Counseling Graduate program at UC Irvine. She worked at the UCSF Cancer Genetics and Prevention Program for four years as the Gordon and Betty Moore Endowed Counselor of Hereditary GI Cancer Prevention. Dena recently left this full time role to pursue Dena DNA and sees patients through Genome Medical. You can also hear her on episode 155 of DNA Today discussing genetic counseling grad school. On This Episode We Discuss:Black Cancer Genes Genetic testing for breast cancer Breast cancer risk among BRCA1/2 carriersRacial disparities in breast cancer diagnosisGenes prevalent in the black community Raising awareness about genetic counseling in the black community To learn more about Black Cancer Genes, visit their website. You can check out Erica's work on Twitter and Instagram, and see what Dena is up to on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram.Stay tuned for the next new episode of DNA Today on October 29th, 2021 where I'll be joined by Dr. Alwan of TERIS to discuss teratogens! New episodes are released on the first and third Friday of the month. In the meantime, you can binge over 145 other episodes on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, streaming on the website, or any other podcast player by searching, “DNA Today”. All episodes in 2021 are also recorded with video which you can watch on our YouTube channel. See what else we are up to on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and our website, DNApodcast.com. Questions/inquiries can be sent to info@DNApodcast.com. Want to chat with genetic counselors? You should attend the virtual open houses at Sarah Lawrence College! In these events you can learn what it's like to be a genetic counselor. And you will have the opportunity to ask your questions live! You can also hear insight about the Genetic Counseling Master's degree program at Sarah Lawrence College. It is the largest program in the world. Which means there are so many alumni to connect with, including myself. I graduated from the program last year and am really looking forward to chatting with you! The next open house is on October 28th followed by December 7th. Go to SLC.edu/DNAtoday to sign up for the free genetic counseling open houses. See you there! (SPONSORED)Picture Genetics is a unique DNA testing service. Their Picture Wellness kit allows you to learn your genetic risks for cancer and cardiovascular conditions. Including the BRCA genes that we talk about throughout this episode. Unlike other companies, this is actually a clinical grade test where physicians and genetic counselors are involved. The test sequences entire genes that are medically actionable. It's easy to order and understand with good looking reports! To order your kit go to picturegenetics.com and use code “DNATODAY” for 25% off and free-shipping! Get actionable genetic insights today to benefit your health tomorrow. (SPONSORED)The Illumina mission is to improve human health by unlocking the power of the genome. With Illumina's sequencing-by-synthesis technology, they have only just begun to discover the true impact of genomics in areas including oncology, reproductive health, genetic disease, agriculture, microbiology, and beyond. Knowing the discoveries that lie ahead is what inspires Illumina to push the boundaries of their imagination and constantly drive innovation. To learn more, visit illumina.com. (SPONSORED)Do you or someone you know have Prader-Willi syndrome? Harmony Biosciences is looking for people with Prader-Willi syndrome to enroll in a new clinical study in the United States. Harmony Biosciences will be studying the safety and impact of an investigational medication on excessive daytime sleepiness, cognition, and behavioral function in people with Prader Willi syndrome. Check out their website to learn more about the clinical study and refer a patient to a study center. (SPONSORED)

Ideas, energized.
The Emerging Hydrogen Economy: A Key Missing Piece to our Climate Change Puzzle, Part 1: Trends, Technology Gaps, and Solutions

Ideas, energized.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 42:32


Ideas, Energized Podcast SeriesPresented by Larta Institute Hosted by David Berokoff, Director, Energy Practice, Larta InstituteIn Episode 1, Part 1 Dr. Jack Brouwer, Professor at UC Irvine & Energy System Dynamics Expert joins David Berokoff to discuss existing net-zero carbon technologies, the history of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies, the transition from reliance on fossil fuel-derived hydrogen to more sustainable hydrogen production targets. Themes: energy, carbon technologies, fuel cell technologies, fossil fuels, climate change

The Fisheries Podcast
143 - From Psychology to Fish Physiology with Matea Djokic

The Fisheries Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 29:47


This week Kadie chats with Matea Djokic. Matea is a PhD student at the University of California Irvine, where she is studying the gut microbiome of three silverside fish species. Throughout the episode we talk about Matea's path from a psychology degree to fisheries work in South Dakota, her master's research with pallid sturgeon, to her current position at UC Irvine. Matea also gives great advice about mentorship and talks about her new blog, Serendipitous Biologist, where you can find advice on graduate school, backpacking and other adventures.   If you would like to get in touch with Matea, you can email her at djokicm@uci.edu or check out her blog at https://serendipitousbiologist.com/.   If you would like to get ahold of Kadie, you can find her on twitter @kbheinle.   Get in touch with us! The Fisheries Podcast is on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @FisheriesPod  Become a Patron of the show: https://www.patreon.com/FisheriesPodcast Buy podcast shirts, hoodies, sticker, and more: https://teespring.com/stores/the-fisheries-podcast-fan-shop Thanks as always to Andrew Gialanella for the fantastic intro/outro music. The Fisheries Podcast is a completely independent podcast, not affiliated with a larger organization or entity. Reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the podcast. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by the hosts are those of that individual and do not necessarily reflect the view of any entity with those individuals are affiliated in other capacities (such as employers).

Finding Genius Podcast
Transformational Health Occurs at the Individual Level—Understanding Precision Gastroenterology with Dr. Marvin Singh

Finding Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 23:17


Have you ever gone to a doctor for a specific problem, and felt like you were treated like anyone else would be? Was it an in-and-out appointment that left you feeling like the doctor didn't even consider you as an individual? Unfortunately, this approach to medicine is commonplace, but precision medicine is opening a new world of health and healing. Tune in to discover: How fast beneficial changes can occur after making certain changes to your diet The most challenging aspects of utilizing precision medicine Why it is so important to establish and maintain a diverse gut microbiome Dr. Marvin Singh is a general gastroenterologist and Director of Integrative Gastroenterology at UC Irvine. He's also the founder of Precisione Clinic, a private clinic designed to optimize health through precision medicine--medicine that is tailored to the individual with various parameters in mind, such as the microbiome, genetic variables, environmental exposures, sensitivities, and mitochondrial health. Dr. Singh works to understand each of his patients through a very specific lens in order to help them improve their health and mitigate potential or existing health problems. Before bringing this approach to the clinic, Dr. Singh tried it on himself, and experienced amazing results. Since then, he's helped countless people achieve transformational health they never thought possible. Interested in learning more?  Visit https://drmarvinsingh.com/ and https://precisioneclinic.com/, and check out Dr. Singh's book, Rescue Your Health. Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/30PvU9C

Cardionerds
152. Cardio-Obstetrics: Pregnancy and Multidisciplinary Critical Care with Drs. Afshan Hameed, Marie-Louise Meng, and Paul Forfia

Cardionerds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 66:50


CardioNerds (Amit Goyal and Daniel Ambinder), Cardio-OB series co-chair and University of Texas Southwestern Cardiology Fellow, Dr. Sonia Shah, episode lead fellow, Dr. Kaitlyn Ibrahim (Temple University now practicing with Lankenau Heart Group), join Dr. Afshan Hameed (Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynecology, UC Irvine), Dr. Paul Forfia (Co-Director, Pulmonary Hypertension, Right Heart Failure & CTEPH Program, Temple University Hospital), and Dr. Marie-Louise Meng (Obstetric and Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology, Duke University) to discuss pregnancy and multidisciplinary critical care. Three experts from varied subspecialties including Cardiology, Pulmonary Hypertension, Maternal Fetal Medicine, Cardiac Anesthesia and Obstetrical Anesthesia guide listeners through a case of a patient with a congenital conotruncal ventricular septal defect, Eisenmenger physiology, and pulmonary hypertension who becomes pregnant. The discussion touches on pre-conception risk assessment, pulmonary hypertension medical therapy in pregnancy, maternal monitoring during pregnancy, development of detailed multidisciplinary delivery plans and accessibility of such plans, and peri- and post-partum multidisciplinary management of high-risk patients. Audio editing and episode introduction by CardioNerds Academy Intern, Christian Faaborg-Andersen. Pearls • Notes • References • Guest Profiles • Production Team CardioNerds Cardio-Obstetrics Series PageCardioNerds Episode PageCardioNerds AcademyCardionerds Healy Honor Roll CardioNerds Journal ClubSubscribe to The Heartbeat Newsletter!Check out CardioNerds SWAG!Become a CardioNerds Patron! Pearls Cyanotic congenital heart disease presents multiple risks to the fetus, the most significant being intrauterine growth restriction. In a patient with Eisenmenger physiology, maternal oxygenation should be monitored closely throughout pregnancy, as hypoxia is often a marker of increased right to left shunting in these patients.In patients with pulmonary hypertension, the RV-PA coupling relationship is the best indicator of maternal cardiovascular reserve through the pregnancy and post-partum period. The goal of therapy is to get the pulmonary vascular resistance down to a point where the right heart can adapt to that load and function either at a normal or a near-normal level.When a high-risk patient meets with Anesthesia, it is important to consider the A's: 1. Airway (anticipating any potential difficulties); 2. Access (whether this may present a challenge at the time of delivery); 3. Anxiety (specifically differentiating true hemodynamic changes in high-risk patients versus physiologic changes from anxiety); 4. Anticoagulation (knowledge of what agent the patient is on to determine safety of neuraxial anesthesia); 5. Availability (determining who else needs to be in the room, i.e. CT surgery, cardiothoracic anesthesia, ECMO team); 6. Arena (where is the safest place for this patient to deliver).In patients with a shunt who undergo a Cesarean section, the uterus should not be exteriorized due to risk of venous micro air emboli.As Dr. Forfia says, “panic is more dangerous sometimes than pulmonary hypertension!” Meaning, it is important to meet as a multidisciplinary team to develop a clear, easily accessible delivery plan for the patient. It is also prudent to have “everyone functioning in the environment they function best” like delivering the baby on the labor and delivery floor where all the necessary equipment and team members are available and bringing in other experts if needed rather than a cardiac operating room. For a deep dive into Pregnancy & Pulmonary Hypertension, enjoy: Episode #124 with Dr. Candice Silversides.Episode #144 – Case Report: A Mother with Shortness of Breath Show notes 1. How does a multidisciplinary team play a role in the care for a high risk cardio-obstetrics patient, particularly one with congenital heart disease and pulmonary...

OIS Podcast
Following Intellectual Passions, With Dr. Baruch Kupperman

OIS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 43:53


Baruch (Barry) Kupperman, MD, PhD, works as a consultant, professor, and benchtop scientist, but finds the most meaning in the dozens of patients he treats each week.With research interests in dry AMD and drug delivery, Dr. Kupperman held multiple roles in University of California Irvine's Department of Ophthalmology before becoming the Roger F. Steinert Professor and Chair of the Department of Ophthalmology School of Medicine in 2017. Although he spends more time in leadership meetings these days, Dr. Kupperman still devotes time to the pursuit of science and medicine.OIS host Firas Rahhal, MD catches up with Dr. Kupperman after a rare two days off to discuss his career path, the current and future state of drug delivery, and what keeps him awake at night. Dr. Kupperman also discusses his residency and first fellowship (he completed three), which involved treating AIDS patients with retinitis. Administering eye injections to patients weekly — even seeing patients at home when they were too sick to visit the clinic — motivated him to help establish a drug delivery unit at UC Irvine to research more convenient ways to deliver treatments.Listen to the podcast today to discover:More about Dr. Kupperman's background, his work with AIDS patients, and his purposeful detour into neuroscience.The evolution of drug development and delivery to date and his views on the current state of drug delivery into the retina. He also names the three most promising long-term developments in ophthalmic research.The breadth of innovation happening in Orange County and UC Irvine's influence in furthering that innovation. The university's Gavin Herbert Eye Institute spun off several companies, including Glaukos, which developed the first Micro-Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS) device, iStent, which is now FDA-cleared and commercially available. UC Irvine is also behind stem cell companies and many others.

New Books Network
Elizabeth Loftus, “The Malleability of Memory” (Open Agenda, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 79:45


The Malleability of Memory is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Elizabeth Loftus, a world-renowned expert on human memory and Distinguished Professor of Psychological Science; Criminology, Law, and Society; Cognitive Science and Law at UC Irvine. This extensive conversation covers her ground-breaking work on the misinformation effect, false memories and her battles with “repressed memory” advocates, the introduction of expert memory testimony into legal proceedings and the effect of DNA evidence on convincing judges of the problematic nature of eyewitness testimony. Howard Burton is the founder of the Ideas Roadshow, Ideas on Film and host of the Ideas Roadshow Podcast. He can be reached at howard@ideasroadshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Psychology
Elizabeth Loftus, “The Malleability of Memory” (Open Agenda, 2021)

New Books in Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 79:45


The Malleability of Memory is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Elizabeth Loftus, a world-renowned expert on human memory and Distinguished Professor of Psychological Science; Criminology, Law, and Society; Cognitive Science and Law at UC Irvine. This extensive conversation covers her ground-breaking work on the misinformation effect, false memories and her battles with “repressed memory” advocates, the introduction of expert memory testimony into legal proceedings and the effect of DNA evidence on convincing judges of the problematic nature of eyewitness testimony. Howard Burton is the founder of the Ideas Roadshow, Ideas on Film and host of the Ideas Roadshow Podcast. He can be reached at howard@ideasroadshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/psychology

New Books in Law
Elizabeth Loftus, “The Malleability of Memory” (Open Agenda, 2021)

New Books in Law

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 79:45


The Malleability of Memory is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Elizabeth Loftus, a world-renowned expert on human memory and Distinguished Professor of Psychological Science; Criminology, Law, and Society; Cognitive Science and Law at UC Irvine. This extensive conversation covers her ground-breaking work on the misinformation effect, false memories and her battles with “repressed memory” advocates, the introduction of expert memory testimony into legal proceedings and the effect of DNA evidence on convincing judges of the problematic nature of eyewitness testimony. Howard Burton is the founder of the Ideas Roadshow, Ideas on Film and host of the Ideas Roadshow Podcast. He can be reached at howard@ideasroadshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/law

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society
Elizabeth Loftus, “The Malleability of Memory” (Open Agenda, 2021)

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 79:45


The Malleability of Memory is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Elizabeth Loftus, a world-renowned expert on human memory and Distinguished Professor of Psychological Science; Criminology, Law, and Society; Cognitive Science and Law at UC Irvine. This extensive conversation covers her ground-breaking work on the misinformation effect, false memories and her battles with “repressed memory” advocates, the introduction of expert memory testimony into legal proceedings and the effect of DNA evidence on convincing judges of the problematic nature of eyewitness testimony. Howard Burton is the founder of the Ideas Roadshow, Ideas on Film and host of the Ideas Roadshow Podcast. He can be reached at howard@ideasroadshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/science-technology-and-society

Feudal Future
The Psychological Impact of the Pandemic

Feudal Future

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 44:36


On this episode of Feudal Future,  hosts Joel Kotkin and Marshall Toplansky are joined by Ross Elliot, Chairman of the Urban Land Institute of Australia, and Dr. Aaron Kheriaty, Professor of Psychiatry at UC Irvine. This show covered the psychological impact of Covid-19 and how governments are managing it.Ross is the co-founder of Suburban Futures (formerly The Suburban Alliance). He has 30 years' experience in the property and urban development industry, including a number of national leadership roles for the Property Council of Australia as its Executive Director, then Chief Operating Officer and later as National Executive Director for the Residential Development Council. In this time he pioneered a number of policy initiatives for the industry on urban growth and cities policies for Australia. He has both authored and edited a number of monographs on urban development policy, housing and cities policies for Australia.  Ross was also founding CEO of Brisbane Marketing, winning an International Downtown Association's (USA) award for City Marketing in 2003.  A frequent speaker, author and commentator on urban development policy, he was in 2016 invited to be international keynote speaker for the American Planning Association's Utah conference and in 2017 was published in a global joint MIT/Chapman University project “Infinite Suburbia.”Aaron Kheriaty is Professor of Psychiatry at UCI School of Medicine and Director of the Medical Ethics Program at UCI Health. He serves as chairman of the medical ethics committees at UCI Hospital and at the CA Department of State Hospitals. Dr. Kheriaty graduated from the University of Notre Dame in philosophy and pre-medical sciences, earned his MD degree from Georgetown University, and completed residency training in psychiatry at UCI. He has authored books and articles for professional and lay audiences on bioethics, social science, psychiatry, and religion. His work has been published in the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Public Discourse, and First Things; he has conducted print, radio, and television interviews on bioethics topics with The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, CNN, Fox, and NPR. On matters of public policy and healthcare he has addressed the California Medical Association and has testified before the California Senate Health Committee.Join the 'Beyond Feudalism' Facebook group to share your story, ask questions and connect with other citizen leaders: https://www.facebook.com/groups/beyondfeudalismTweet thoughts: @joelkotkin, @mtoplansky, #FeudalFuture #BeyondFeudalismLearn more about Joel's book 'The Coming of Neo-Feudalism': https://amzn.to/3a1VV87Sign Up For News & Alerts: http://joelkotkin.com/#subscribeThis show is presented by the Chapman Center for Demographics and Policy, which focuses on research and analysis of global, national and regional demographic trends and explores policies that might produce favorable demographic results over time.

Deconstruct
Betting Big on the Single-Family Rental

Deconstruct

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 12:51


Over the past few years, institutional firms have spent billions on acquiring and developing single-family rental homes. But what's the attraction? On this week's episode of Deconstruct, TRD speaks to Ed Coulson, a professor at UC Irvine's Center for Real Estate, and Josh Migdal, a real estate attorney in Miami, to discuss why firms like Blackstone, Invesco and JPMorgan like single-family rentals and some of the issues around owning these types of properties.

Grad School Femtoring
88: Talking About Grad School With First-Gen Parents with Bryant Pahl

Grad School Femtoring

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 40:30


In this episode, we have a special guest who speaks to us about his experience navigating talking to his first-gen parents about grad school. We discussed what it's like having many conversations with our low-income immigrant parents about what graduate school is, what we study, what we do, our future careers, our finances, and much more! Bryant Pahl is a first-generation Ph.D. student at UC Irvine where he is studying Earth System Science. Going into his second year, his research focuses on paleoclimate. Bryant graduated from UC Santa Barbara with a degree in Earth Science and is a McNair alum. He plans to complete his Ph.D. and pursue a career in academia where he hopes to mentor students from all backgrounds who are interested in learning more about the earth system. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yvette14/message

Pekingology
Political Risk and Firm Exit

Pekingology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 39:17


In this episode of Pekingology, Freeman Chair in China Studies Jude Blanchette is joined by Jack Zhang, Assistant Professor of Political Science and Director of the Trade War Lab at the University of Kansas. They discuss a co-authored paper with Samantha Vortherms, Assistant Professor of Political Science at UC Irvine, Political Risk and Firm Exit: Evidence from the US-China Trade War, which examines the political economy of tariffs and decoupling. 

NeuroRadio
#24 Poor is the pupil who does not surpass his master - Part 2

NeuroRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 166:39


UC Irvineの五十嵐啓さん(@kei_m_igarashi)にお越しいただき、モーザーラボでのポスドク時代、ジョブハント、独立してからのお話をしていただきました。そして最後に今回のNature論文を少し頭出ししていただきました(8/31収録) Shownotes: ジョブハントについて:五十嵐さん就職活動記 MoserラボのGrid Cell論文 Loren FrankラボHP 田代さん ラボHP(現在シンガポール) Lisa GiocomoラボHP McNaughtonとのNRNのreview 故Howard Eichenbaum のラボ Jim KnierimがScienceに2005年に出してたMECとLECは違うっていう論文 Laura Colginのガンマ論文 藤澤さんの匂い嗅いでAlternatingの論文 Edvard Moser May-britt Moser 経歴や最近の仕事についてはNeuroRadio EP2をご参照ください BuzsakiラボからのFernandez-Ruiz et al., ガンマの方 Menno WitterラボHP エスペン, proximalの方がspatialが強い この旗は…:五十嵐さんの部屋に飾ってあるノルウェー国旗 John O'Keefe Bruce McNaughton 最近議論になったやつ:Science Advancesの論文 切磋琢磨するアメリカの科学者たち スタディーセクション:NIH関連予算審査を行う分科会議 Neuronに通った論文 一番最初のFrontierの論文 内田さんのOpto-tagging 2012年 LECが一番最初に壊れる その後出たLEC論文1:Situation cell その後出たLEC論文2:Egocentric cell その後出たLEC論文3:Time cell MECでlayer 2の二つの細胞種が違う機能を持つということを示した仕事1 仕事2 Fan cellとPyramidal cell:LECの主要な興奮性細胞で、形態や局在が異なる Leitnerらの論文 The Hippocampus book Larry Swansonの80年代の仕事、ドパミン@LECの図:The Hippocampus Book p61 ドパミンのdip、河西先生ラボからのD2Rのお仕事 Jaws(赤色抑制オプト)で止める LismanのNeoHebbianレビュー BonhoefferのPFCの仕事

Sociologists Talking Real Sh*t
Mind-Ya! Men Keep Creating More and More Draconian Abortion Laws Oppressing Women!

Sociologists Talking Real Sh*t

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 56:23


Returning guests Celene Fuller, Tiffany Lanoix, and Rebecca Romo join me to discuss the new anti-abortion law in Texas.    Celene Fuller is a doctoral candidate at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and specializes in the sociological subfields of gender and sexuality and social psychology, emphasizing stigmatized sexual and gender identities. Celene's dissertation research centers on the experiences of sexual and reproductive health stigma surrounding access to abortion and reproductive healthcare in Nevada. She is currently working with several nonprofit organizations to conduct sociological research that may be used to support and influence policies aimed at increasing access to reproductive healthcare at the state level.Tiffany Lanoix holds an MA in sociology from UC Irvine (2005) and has worked as a tenured sociology professor in the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) for over 13 years. Currently, she serves as Associate Professor of Sociology at West Los Angeles College where she teaches courses in racial and ethnic relations, social problems, intersectionality, and related topics. Community activism and social awareness are core to her activities as a scholar and professor. She has facilitated a number of workshops throughout LACCD on the topics of culturally inclusive teaching, decolonizing spaces, and microaggressions.Dr. Rebecca Romo is an Associate Professor at Santa Monica College in Santa Monica, California. She earned her doctorate in sociology at the University of Santa Barbara. She is a former Ronald E. McNair Scholar, and fellow in the American Sociological Association Minority Fellowship Program. Her research focuses on the social construction of multiracial identities, and she has published work on Blaxican or Black-Mexican multiraciality and experience.

Big Biology
Butterfl-eyes: The evolution and function of insect vision (Ep 69)

Big Biology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 66:19


What does the world look like through insect eyes? What biological mechanisms make their vision different from our own? And how might those differences influence their evolution? On this episode, we talk with UC Irvine evolutionary biologist Adriana Briscoe (@AdrianaBriscoe) about color vision in insects, particularly Heliconius butterflies. We discuss how their perception of the world has led to such massive diversification and how variation in the structure of the light-sensitive opsin proteins that detect light enable species to perceive the world differently. We also discuss how visual perception differences within species might shape behaviors such as pollination, and what ecological factors could drive visual system evolution across the tree of life. Cover photo: Keating Shahmehri --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bigbiology/message

Start Making Sense
How Mosques Became FBI Targets after 9-11: Ahilan Arulanantham on State Secrets, plus Amy Wilentz on ‘The Chair”

Start Making Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 36:15


We're still thinking about the 20th anniversary of 9/11. After the attacks that day, Muslim Americans endured years of racism and discrimination, oftentimes at the hands of the state itself.The fight against government surveillance of Muslim Americans continues today, as the Supreme Court takes up a challenge to government efforts to conceal FBI abuse of power—in a case dating from 2006, when the FBI in LA hired an informer to infiltrate several mosques in Orange County, California. Ahilan Arulanantham explains—he will be arguing the case at the Supreme Court. He's a Professor at UCLA Law School and Co-Director of the Center for Immigration Law and Policy there. Also: there's a new comedy on TV about college teachers and campus politics—The Chair, on Netflix, starring Sandra Oh as the first Asian American woman chair of an English department. Amy Wilentz comments—she's a professor in the English Department at UC Irvine, which has some surprising connections to the show. Subscribe to The Nation to support all of our podcasts: thenation.com/podcastsubscribe.

Talking Hoosier History
Giving Voice: Dr. Allison Perlman

Talking Hoosier History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 20:34


In this episode of Giving Voice, host Lindsey Beckley talks with Dr. Allison Perlman, associate professor of Film and Media Studies at UC Irvine, about the ways in which broadcast television has created an imagined collective narrative and information silos.  See transcripts and show notes here. 

DNA Today: A Genetics Podcast
#155 Genetic Counseling Grad School FAQs

DNA Today: A Genetics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021


This episode is an edited recording of the clubhouse meeting Kira Dineen and Dena Goldberg (Dena DNA) hosted on August 26th, 2021 in the “Genetic Counseling and the Future of Healthcare”. We explore making the most of the genetic counseling graduate school experience. Since this was recorded on Clubhouse, the audio is not as high quality as our other episodes. Preparing for a career in genetic counseling? Check out Keck Graduate Institute in Claremont, California! At KGI, you will gain the training and development to become an innovative, collaborative, and caring genetic counselor. KGI prepares graduates to be leaders among healthcare professionals dedicated to the delivery of advanced personally-optimized patient care and the translation of applied and clinical science breakthroughs to enhance the quality of life. So if you want to be a genetic counselor, check out KGI at kgi.edu/dnatoday. Again that's kgi.edu/dnatoday. Hosts:Kira Dineen, MS, LCGC, CG(ASCP)CM is a licensed certified prenatal genetic counselor at Maternal Fetal Care, PC in Connecticut. Kira also has 10 years of online media experience in digital marketing and podcasting/radio including 5 podcasts. She started her main show “DNA Today: A Genetics Podcast” in 2012 which became a radio show in 2014. The podcast has since produced over 150 episodes interviewing experts in the field. “DNA Today” won the People's Choice Podcast Awards for the Best 2020 Science and Medicine Podcast. Kira is also the host of the PhenoTips Speaker Series, a live webinar interviewing genetic experts attended by over 700 genetic counselors around the globe. She writes a monthly blog series, “Explained By A Genetic Counsellor” for Sano Genetics. She received her Diagnostic Genetic Bachelor's of Science degree at the University of Connecticut and is a certified Cytogenetic Technologist. Kira received her Master's of Science in Human Genetics at Sarah Lawrence College in New York. Dena Goldberg Linder, MS, CGC (DenaDNA) is a licensed and board certified genetic counselor. She attended the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana for her undergraduate studies where she worked in a Molecular Anthropology lab studying ancestry genetics. Dena graduated from the Genetic Counseling Graduate program at UC Irvine. She worked at the UCSF Cancer Genetics and Prevention Program for four years as the Gordon and Betty Moore Endowed Counselor of Hereditary GI Cancer Prevention. Dena recently left this full time role to pursue Dena DNA and sees patients through Genome Medical. Stay tuned for another episode of DNA Today with Dena in October! Featured Panelist: Rachel Mills, MS, CGC, is a certified genetic counselor and Assistant Professor with the University of North Carolina Greensboro Genetic Counseling Program. She serves as the Research & Capstone Coordinator for the Program and supports students completing their Capstone projects. Prior to joining the UNCG faculty, she spent 10 years working as a research coordinator and project manager on studies exploring the utilization of genomics in healthcare. Much of her work focused on implementation of pharmacogenomics (how genes impact our response to medications).Janelle Villiers MS, CGC is the Admissions Director and Assistant Program Director for Sarah Lawrence College Human Genetics' program. Prior to coming to Sarah Lawrence College, she worked in the clinical setting as a clinical supervisor at Jacobi Medical Center and later worked in a laboratory setting at the Mt. Sinai Genetics Testing Laboratory. She is currently a volunteer site visitor for the Accreditation Council for Genetic Counseling (ACGC).Katie Lee, MS, CGC is a certified genetic counselor (CGC) with over five years of practice in reproductive medicine. She worked for one of the most well-known IVF clinics in the US and for a genetic testing laboratory that offers fertility related genetic testing. Katie Lee currently works with one of the largest sperm banks in the county. She has two YouTube channels, one about miscarriage and fertility and another about the genetic counseling career. FAQs Answered:If you are coming back to school after working for a while, any tips for a smooth transition? And is there a way you would organize your notes/information from class to make it easily accessible for rotations?How can you avoid burnout as a genetic counseling student? How to take care of your mental health in a hectic environment?Which rotations will students experience in the first year of the program? Are these exclusively shadowing opportunities or do students engage in the session? How is the transition from telehealth to in person counseling? How many students attend NSGC? Has this changed with COVID-19 now that the conference is offered through virtual route as well? What are your recommendations for students during the conference? What is the timeline for the thesis project? Can students bring their own ideas to develop? Are thesis projects done in groups or individually? What's an example of an interesting thesis project? How often do students present their thesis poster at a conference?What classes are covered in the first year?Are there mentorship programs within grad school? Do these involve fellow students, faculty, supervisors, and/or patient advocates? Resources Mentioned:Dena DNA's book club list on Amazon. You can find many of the authors of these books as guests on DNA Today in these episodes. Rachel Mill's book recommendation of “Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning” By Peter C. BrownCheck out the “Genetic Counseling and the Future of Healthcare” on Clubhouse to participate in live genetic counseling conversations. Shoutout for The Genetic Counseling Virtual Career Fair on Sept 28th and Sept 29th. You will have the opportunity to find information about a career in genetic counseling from the National Society of Genetic Counselors and visit with over 50 masters level genetic counselor training programs in the United States and Canada. If you are a prospective student interested in genetic counseling and of minority background, we will also have a Minority Genetic Professionals Network room where you can talk to minority genetic counselors and students. Stay tuned for the next new episode of DNA Today on September 17th! New episodes are released on the first and third Friday of the month, with some bonus episodes here and there. In the meantime, you can binge over 150 other episodes on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, streaming on the website, or any other podcast player by searching, “DNA Today”. Episodes in 2021 are also recorded with video which you can watch on our YouTube channel. See what else we are up to on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and our website, DNApodcast.com. Questions/inquiries can be sent to info@DNApodcast.com.

The Jump Around with Blake DuDonis
UC Irvine Head Coach Tamara Inoue

The Jump Around with Blake DuDonis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 27:59


UC Irvine head coach Tamara Inoue joins me and shares her story from her time as a prep and college baller in California and how that took her to Australia and the eventual start to her coaching career.

BarCode
CMMC Clockwork with Jacob Horne

BarCode

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 62:48


Jacob Horne is the Managing Director at DEFCERT where he specializes in DFARS and CMMC level three compliance for manufacturers in the Defense Industrial Base. As a former NSA intelligence analyst and U.S. Navy cryptologic technician, Jacob has over 14 years of experience in offensive and defensive cybersecurity operations. As a civilian he has led Governance, Risk, and Compliance teams at AT&T, Northrop Grumman, and the NIST Manufacturing Extension Partnership. He has developed and taught numerous cybersecurity training programs for organizations including the NSA National Crypotologic School, UCLA, and UC Irvine. Jacob has a master's degree in cybersecurity risk and strategy from the NYU School of Law and is an MBA candidate at the UC Irvine Paul Merage School of Business.Jacob joins me at the bar to simply define CMMC, what organization's are in scope, what they need to know, how the landscape is changing and explanation of it's inner workings. We travel through time to truly understand it's relevance in the Past, Present, and the Future. Tony the Bartender summons a "Corpse Reviver #2". Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/barcodepodcast)

The Business of Esports
Episode #146: College Esports Excellence, UC-Irvine Playbook, Esports Academics vs Competition, College Esports Arenas

The Business of Esports

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021


In this episode, with special guest Mark Deppe (Director of Esports at the University of California- Irvine), we discuss howContinue Reading

The Basketball Podcast
Episode 178: Russ Turner, Playing Bigger and Finding Other Advantages

The Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 61:47


Guest: Russ Turner, UC Irvine Head Coach In this week's coaching conversation, UC Irvine head coach Russell Turner joins the Basketball Podcast to discuss playing bigger and finding other advantages. Russell Turner, the winningest coach in UCI history, concluded his 11th season at the helm in 2020-21. Turner has guided the Anteaters to 227 wins, averaging over 20 wins a season. Turner who enters his 12th season as head coach at UC Irvine in 2021-22, has led the 'Eaters to six postseason appearances (2013 CIT, 2014 NIT, 2015 NCAA, 2016 CIT, 2017 NIT and 2019 NCAA). Turner became the only coach in UCI history to amass 200 wins. He has been named the Big West Coach of the Year four times in his career and has led the 'Eaters to Big West regular-season titles in five of the last eight seasons. On the national stage, Turner has been named a finalist for the Skip Prosser Man of the Year award in 2017 & 2020, and the Hugh Durham Award in 2019 & 2020. Bracketbusters.com also named him one of the Top-10 Big West Coaches of the Century. UCI's 2020-21 team was the second youngest in the country, and Turner led the Anteaters to a Big West Tournament final for the fourth-consecutive season. He is one of only seven coaches in Big West history to reach over 200 wins and currently ranks fifth all-time on the Big West career wins list. Turner was named UC Irvine's head coach April 9, 2010, after serving the previous six seasons as an assistant coach for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association following positions at Stanford University and Wake Forest University. Breakdown1:00 - Staff Continuity3:30 - Coaches That Influenced Him5:30 - Recruiting7:00 - His Defensive Philosophy10:30 - Understanding The Individual12:00 - Butter Possessions15:00 - Focus Cue20:00 - Undervalued Defensive Players23:00 - Playing Deep27:00 - Transition Defense30:00 - Fouling33:00 - Importance of Scoring Area Defense35:00 - Push Deny Concept39:00 - Communicating Around Screens45:00 - Not Switching On and Down47:00 - Don Nelson50:00 - Shooting with Young Kids52:00 - Progressive Mindset56:00 - ConclusionRuss Turner's Bio:Bio: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russell_Turner_(basketball)Basketball ImmersionWebsite: http://basketballimmersion.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=enYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersionFacebook: https://facebook.com/basketballimmersionBetOnline Website:Website: www.betonline.agBest in the West Video SeriesBest in the West Website: http://bestinthewestclinic.com/See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.