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Welcome to The Discover Halifax Podcast. A podcast that highlights the unique and unparalleled local expertise, innovation, and infrastructure of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Your host Paul Bailey will interview local experts and global leaders about Life Sciences, Natural Resources, Aerospace, Oceans and Technology. Learn why Halifax is the smart city to host your conference, delegates, and clients. If you’re an event or meeting planner, an association or corporate group this is the Podcas ...
 
Join the crew of Extension302 as they dive into current topics affecting YOU — the people of Delaware! Brought to you the University of Delaware Cooperative Extension, this podcast offers unbiased scientifically-based conversation featuring guest experts! Topics range from agricultural sciences to nutrition, mindfulness, financial literacy and more! -- This program is brought to you by the University of Delaware Cooperative Extension, a service of the UD College of Agriculture and Natural Re ...
 
This is Politics & Life Sciences (PLS) Radio which is an interplay of Life Sciences and Politics. I am your host Dean L. Fanelli, Ph.D. I am an Intellectual Property attorney in Washington, DC. My practice focuses on issues attendant to the Life Sciences industry. On PLS, we will explores cutting edge topics involving the Biotech and Pharma ecosystems and looks at political or governmental policy issues affecting the Biotech and Pharma industries. Each week, PLS will have amazing guests incl ...
 
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Carole Lieberman, M.D., known as America's Psychiatrist who is an LA County Resident Carole Lieberman, M.D., known as America's Psychiatrist, is an author and news-talk media commentator. She is a board-certified Beverly Hills psychiatrist and an award-winning and bestselling author. She was trained at NYU-Bellevue and at Anna Freud's London Clinic…
 
Damian Garde is a national biotech reporter for STAT Guest Bio: Damian Garde is a national biotech reporter for STAT, based in New York. He co-writes The Readout newsletter and co-hosts "The Readout LOUD" podcast. Prior to joining STAT in 2016, he spent four years covering drug development at FierceBiotech, and previously wrote for Patch.com and th…
 
Jonathan Temte, MD, PhD, MS, is the associate dean for public health and community engagement at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Jon has also been active on pandemic influenza and bioterrorism working groups for the state of Wisconsin. His current research interests include viral disease surveillance in primary car…
 
Anna Wald, MD, MPH, Head of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Division, Professor of Medicine, Laboratory Medicine & Pathology, & Epidemiology, University of Washington Topics: COVID Vaccine Side Effects Explained Wondering what's normal and what's not when it comes to coronavirus vaccine reactions? Does a severe reaction predict how you'd react to t…
 
Jay Oliver is a radio talk show host & a conservative political commentator. With two decades of broadcasting behind him Jay Oliver has firmly established himself as one of the most recognizable voices on Long Island, NY interviewing politicians including Governor Andrew Cuomo, newsmakers, entertainers, authors, athletes, & more. Prior to hosting m…
 
Ann D Kwong, PhD- Kwong Pharma Consulting, LLC. She is a Drug discovery and development consultant with a passion for building teams and mentoring folks utilizing 30 years of experience in drug discovery, development, regulatory submission and commercialization. Extended Bio: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ann-d-kwong-phd-0060154/ Politics & Life Scie…
 
In our final episode, we're continuing the conversation about how institutions can perpetuate racial inequalities and the work that remains. We talk to a graduate student whose family has been touched by Penn and slavery across generations, a philosopher who weighs the past and future when it comes to the case for reparations, and a political scien…
 
Todd B. Buck, Ph.D. Of Counsel Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C. What are some hot areas in the biotech industry? (e.g., gene editing, mRNA Therapeutics, Car-T, etc.) What do you think of the patent waivers related to the vaccine? Explain what a patent is? Can information described in a patent can be used to manufacture vaccines? …
 
Halifax is the largest urban centre east of Quebec. So we’re the region’s intellectual, innovation, and industrial hub. We’re a magnet for creative and ambitious people. And we’re the obvious location for companies looking to grow and expand in any sector. On this episode, Tod Scott of the Canadian Domestic Violence Association and Bridges Institut…
 
Halifax’s life sciences sector is changing the world. Life sciences is thriving in Halifax largely due to the collaborative approach shared by innovative thinkers at research institutions—Dalhousie University, the Brain Repair Centre, the QEII Health Sciences Centre, The Life Sciences Research Institute, and BioNova, among others. On this episode w…
 
We may be an historic city, but our modern economy is built around looking ahead—with a mature ecosystem of research and development, an academic environment that fosters technology excellence, and a tech infrastructure that makes sector growth a given. Paul Bailey speaks with guest Chérif Matta of the international union of crystallography and Mou…
 
This season, we’ve spoken to experts about how institutions have perpetuated racial hierarchies. Higher education is no exception. In our final two episodes, we’re talking to students and faculty about the work that comes next. This episode features an undergraduate student whose research with the Penn and Slavery Project reveals truths about the r…
 
When Covid-19 delivered a disproportionate blow to communities of color, environmental hazards like air pollution, that are all too frequently present in these communities, was one of the contributing factors cited by experts. The idea that race is a factor in determining who has access to resources that allow a community to thrive is not so much n…
 
Todd Furniss, Author of the new book called “The 60% Solution - Rethinking Healthcare”. He can talk about the CDC director warning about impending doom as cases start to climb back up - or any other COVID topic like obesity and COVID. how it effects your heart, long hauler effects... equality on healthcare. and his book.…
 
Our guest, Jim Hanlon, Founding CEO - Centre for Ocean Ventures & Entrepreneurship speaks about Halifax’s ties to the ocean sector and the expertise that powers it. Canada's original ocean city has always made its fortunes from the sea. Even as the technology fueling this industry continues to evolve, what has not changed is the destination's commi…
 
During the worldwide protests that followed the death of George Floyd, demonstrators mobilized to challenge the representations of history presented by some of the monuments and memorials that occupy our public squares. In this episode we hear from an anthropologist, a sociologist, and an art historian, who reflect on why there has been such a focu…
 
The Master Gardener concept originated in Washington State in 1972 as a strategy for handling an overload of home gardening questions and Delaware launched its own program in 1986. Today, our state has nearly 300 Master Gardener Volunteer Educators who volunteer more than 20,000 hours each! Find out how you can become a Delaware Master Gardener wit…
 
Johnson & Johnson Vaccinations Paused After Rare Clotting Cases Emerge Federal health officials called for a halt in the use of the company’s coronavirus vaccine while they study serious illnesses that developed in six American women. Dr. Hooman Noorchashm, Retired surgeon & a former professor of surgery at Penn Medicine in Philadelphia. Dr. Noorch…
 
Featured Guest: Kathryn Gray, MD, PhD Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialist Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Massachusetts ---------------------------------- Governor Greg Abbott bans government-mandated 'vaccine passports' in Texas Texas government agencies and political subdivisions will not be allowed to creat…
 
Racism and discrimination are more than individual problems—they are part of institutions that have far-reaching impact. In this episode we hear from a professor of sociology, education, and Africana Studies who delves into discusses discrimination in higher education and explores how modern racial attitudes shape and are shaped by the places in wh…
 
Feat. Lillie Binder (Ag Council President) and Christy Mannering (CANR Digital Communications Specialist) For many decades thousands of people headed to the University of Delaware's south campus on the last day of April to celebrate Ag Day. This year's theme is "One World, One Health" and will highlight college-wide research on this concept. Find o…
 
Rebecca Klar, Tech Reporter at The Hill (TheHill.com). Rebecca Klar is a tech reporter at The Hill, based in Washington, D.C. Before heading to D.C. to join The Hill's breaking news team, she was the city reporter for The York Dispatch, a daily paper in York, Pennsylvania, where she covered city government and economic development, and a reporter f…
 
As we worked on our third episode, the news broke about the shooting in Atlanta that left eight people dead, including six women of Asian descent. This tragic event comes after more than a year of rising violence against members of Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander communities. In this special episode, we talk to Josephine Park, Professor…
 
Featured Guest: Dr. Hooman Noorchashm, Retired surgeon & a former professor of surgery at Penn Medicine in Philadelphia. Dr. Noorchashm is also an advocatye for efficient and safe COVID-19 vaccination. Noorchashm has authored more than 65 articles, abstracts and reviews in peer-reviewed medical journals, including the New England Journal of Medicin…
 
The enslavement of Black people was supported by a legal system that including everything from laws preventing legal marriage to those restricting movement and access to education. When slavery was abolished, this system did not go away. Instead, it evolved to include Jim Crow laws and 20th centuries policies including redlining and urban renewal. …
 
Dare To Care – How to Survive and Thrive in Today’s Medical World Dr. Bonhoeffer is a global expert on infectious diseases and vaccine safety and a thought leader on efforts to transform how medical professionals care for their patients — and themselves. His new book is “Dare to Care — How to Survive and Thrive in Today’s Medical World.” Inoculatin…
 
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