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BioPharma EH&S Podcast. The latest discussion on potent compound safety, occupational toxicology, industrial hygiene, and compliance management software. To submit questions or comments to the podcast email affygility@gmail.com or call our listener voicemail line at 206-984-3214.
 
Welcome to the ToxNews Update, your one stop shop for all things Toxicology! We understand how hectic life can be and that’s why we’ve created a resource that condenses all of the major happenings in the world of Toxicology into a short monthly podcast. The ToxNews Update will keep you in the loop with AACT, ACMT, and AAPCC monthly activities, meetings, conferences, deadlines, and member achievements. Subscribe today and if you like what you hear leave a rating or a review. Ratings and revie ...
 
With help from leading experts, dark web entrepreneurs, and a homegrown house band, Toxicologists Howard Greller (@heshiegreshie) and Dan Rusyniak (@drusyniak) take you on an entertaining and educational journey into the field of Medical Toxicology. Special thanks to our announcer, Josh Shelov (@shelovj), Witness Protection Products™, and our house band, Meconium Aspirate. Comments, questions, suggestions, future topics, recipes? @dantastictox. Stay Healthy, True Believers!
 
An interview podcast bringing you the people and stories behind the science of how biological, physical, and chemical agents may cause adverse reactions to public, animal, and environmental health. This podcast is presented by the Society of Toxicology (SOT) and hosted by SOT members Anne Chappelle and David Faulkner. About Anne After graduating from the University of Delaware with a BS in biology in 1991, Anne Chappelle accidentally found her calling when she worked a gap year in an industr ...
 
A crime novelist doesn't expect to investigate someone she loves. But on a chilly morning in July, K.B. Marie receives two phone calls. One from her uncle, saying her mother was found dead in her bedroom from an overdose. A second from a homicide detective saying he believes it was murder — and her uncle is the suspect. Now Marie wants to find the truth, sifting through conflicting details and compelling evidence. It will require a fearless look into her mother's dark past and a relentless c ...
 
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What is an EM Stud? 1. A medical student with the drive and determination to learn as much as possible about Emergency Medicine. 2. A medical student who's knowledge, compassion, and work ethic is above and beyond the rest. 3. A medical student who will one day become a great emergency physician. 4. A new podcast for EM Studs brought to you by folks in the Department of Emergency Medicine at VCU.
 
These are five podcasts that were broadcast on Lincoln's Siren FM radio during Science Week, 2010. They are part of an undergraduate chemistry course for Forensic Science students. This unit covers all the major areas of chemistry (inorganic, organic and physical) and is directed towards those theoretical and conceptual aspects that are developed subsequently in later stages of the course. Throughout the unit students are encouraged to develop practical skills necessary for all future chemis ...
 
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In this episode, AFSO21 Radio, The Weekend Wrap-up host, Kevin Ferrara speaks one-on-one with Doctor Jamie DeWitt from the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University (ECU), North Carolina. Dr. DeWitt shares her work on per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and the impact it has on the human body, especially firefighters who use produ…
 
Ohio State University’s Darryl B. Hood reveals how a database with about 25,000 environmental factors and variables associated with the public health exposome may soon lead to major breakthroughs in addressing disparate public health outcomes in various communities. He also shares with co-hosts Anne Chappelle and David Faulkner his experiences from…
 
With the warm weather upon us here in the Northern Hemisphere it will soon be time for the pools to open. This episode is therefore incredibly timely, and focuses on the spectrum of submersion injuries and their management. Learn about drowning physiology, when to admit to the hospital, and how to assess the child who went under water unexpectedly …
 
We chat with Hilary Hamnett about the complex issue of cognitive bias in forensic toxicology. If you'd like to hear more from Hilary about cognitive bias, you can contact her at HHamnett@lincoln.ac.uk Contact us at toxpod@tiaft.org Find out more about TIAFT at www.tiaft.org The Toxpod is a production of The International Association of Forensic Tox…
 
Dr Kieran Meade, Associate Professor in the UCD School of Agriculture and Food Science and Senior Conway Fellow joins me this week. He chats to me about all things cows! From bovine immunology and fertility to how they are like elite athletes or even supermodels at times! We chat about his desire to link the 'passion of agriculture with the experti…
 
In this episode, AFSO21 Radio, The Weekend Wrap-up host, Kevin Ferrara sits down with two of the most popular comedians in the fire service, Jason Patton, Vice-President of Fire Department Coffee and creator of Fire Department Chronicles, and Brent Fenton, otherwise known as Firefighter Fenton who you might recognize by his iconic mustache and Bost…
 
Timestamps: 00:00 Intro 01:00 Can you give us the lay of the land and explain how does the cardiovascular laboratory provide patient care? 03:24 Can you elaborate for us what it looks like when you have clinical chemists, cardiologists, and other professionals with different backgrounds working together? 05:56 Can you talk about bringing these peop…
 
Epigenetics expert Dana C. Dolinoy of the University of Michigan School of Public Health illuminates how our nascent understanding of the epigenome is leading to breakthroughs in understanding the causes—and potential treatment—of some public health problems. Co-hosts Anne Chappelle and David Faulkner also talk with Dr. Dolinoy about the collaborat…
 
I am so thrilled to be joined by a fellow macrophage enthusiast Dr Fred Sheedy this week. Fred is an Ussher Assistant Professor at Trinity College Dublin interested in macrophage function in health and disease as well as innate immune training particularly in the context of Tuberculosis. We chat also chat about immunometabolism and his recent resea…
 
Retired National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) Director and lifelong federal scientist Linda S. Birnbaum discusses the intersection of policy and science, as well as the effect of environmental exposures on public health, with co-hosts Anne Chappelle and David Faulkner. Dr. Birnbaum also shares her insights on how to be an effe…
 
Dr Katriona O'Sullivan, lecturer in the Department of Psychology and a researcher at the Assisting Living & Learning Institute at Maynooth University joins me this week. Katriona chats to me about her incredible journey through academia from being 15 and homeless with a baby on the way and the defining moments that has got her to where she is today…
 
The end of the 18th Century saw the birth of a long line of religious movements focused on the end of days and the biblical second coming. Central to this string of beliefs was an unimposing domestic servant who began to have visions in her mid-life, which she claimed were divine in nature, eventually leading to her insistence that she was a prophe…
 
Meet co-hosts Anne Chappelle and David Faulkner as they explore the origins of Adverse Reactions, how people are at the heart of all science, and why the science of toxicology is more relevant than ever. About Anne After graduating from the University of Delaware with a BS in biology in 1991, Anne Chappelle accidentally found her calling when she w…
 
Theme: Women In Medicine. Participants: Dr Danielle Unwin, Amanda De Silva (ED advanced trainee) Jessica Stabler (neurology advanced trainee), Istabraq Raashed (ED advanced trainee), Harry Hong (ED SRMO), Shreyas Iyer, Caroline Tyers and Samoda Wilegoda Mudalige. Discussion 1: Stehli, J., Martin, C., Brennan, A., Dinh, D., Lefkovits, J., & Zaman, S…
 
Prof Mark Cunningham, the Ellen Mayston Bates Professor of Neurophysiology of Epilepsy, Trinity College Dublin joins me this week. He chats to me about his fascination with studying the brain, the 'instant gratification' of electrophysiology and his cutting edge research into epilepsy. Mark describes his work using live brain tissue, what an honor …
 
00:00 Intro 01:15 What’s your origin story? How did you become a forensic pathologist? 03:53 What are some of the misconceptions about forensic pathology? 06:15 Is there a big public health component to forensic pathology? 07:29 Covid is a nice example on how you have partnered with public health, can you elaborate more on that? 10:15 What other ty…
 
This week the fellas were visited by Ms. Holly Woods. They spoke about the right and wrong way to approach a woman. Telling the truth in a relationship. The proper gift to give a woman. Of course the guys threw a couple of curveballs in there. https://instagram.com/ms.holly_wood https://instagram.com/heyb3stfriend https://instagram.com/tr1zztakefli…
 
I am so pleased to be joined by Dr Ellen Gravallese, Chief of the division of Rheumatology, Inflammation and Immunity at the Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, this week. Ellen chats to me about her early days in pathology, how she ended up specializing in Rheumatology and her seminal research identifying osteoclasts as the cells…
 
AFSO21 Radio, The Weekend Wrap-up host Kevin Ferrara introduces listeners to NFPA 1700 - Modern Structural Firefighting. This free course provided by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is what Kevin considers an extremely beneficial resource tool to put in any firefighter's "toolbox" for use as a reference. Kevin speaks about how fire …
 
Theme: Bonus Episode. Participants: Dr Pramod Chandru, Kit Rowe, Shreyas Iyer, Caroline Tyers and, Samoda Wilegoda Mudalige. Discussion 1: Chandru, P., Priyambada Mitra, T., Dutt Dhanekula, N., Dennis, M., Eslick, A., Kruit, N., & Coggins, A. Out of hospital cardiac arrest in Western Sydney: an analysis of outcomes and estimation of future eCPR eli…
 
In the late Spring of 1937, the murder of a young Italian immigrant stormed the Paris headlines. The first murder to have taken place on the Metro, it was a baffling affair with no witnesses and a murder of unusual precision. As the country mired in political turmoil, newspapers filled their columns with rumours of the victims life, quickly filling…
 
Timestamps: 00:00 Intro 01:29 Why is it really important for leaders in our practice to really understand quality for clinical practice? 03:13 What are the latest developments in your area of clinical laboratory medicine? 06:01 In recent years, what have we learned about quality and how we do quality in the hospital? 11:19 How do we actually implem…
 
Prof Peter Gallagher, Head of Astronomy and Astrophysics, at DIAS and Director of the Dunsink Observatory and I-LOFAR project is my guest on the podcast today. He talks to me about his astrophysics research, why his passion lies within studying the sun and how his research group makes measurements using radio telescopes and space satellites. Peter …
 
The Weekend Wrap-up host, Kevin Ferrara starts off this episode by summarizing the recent Remediation and Impact of PFAS Congressional hearing that occurred on March 24 not on the 25th as Kevin misstated in his podcast. Kevin gives his opinion on what he heard during witness testimony and why he feels what the DoD said, or didn't say supports the c…
 
My guest this week is the lovely Dr Clíona Ní Cheallaigh, Irelands first ever consultant in Inclusion Health and lead of the first Inclusion health team in world. She chats to me about working with marginalized groups of society including the homeless community and her research into social determinants in health. We also chat about her work with th…
 
“In war, one of our great protections against the dangers of air attack after nightfall will be the "blackout". On the outbreak of hostilities all external lights and street lighting would be totally extinguished so as to give hostile aircraft no indication as to their whereabouts. But this will not be fully effective unless you do your part, and s…
 
00:00 Intro 00:40 Can you tell us how your roles in these different laboratories support testing for patient care? 03:13 What are the latest developments in your area of clinical laboratory medicine? 07:22 Can you elaborate a little bit about this new approach that you have developed is able to bring both sensitivity and specificity along? 10:55 Pu…
 
Theme: POCUS. Participants: Oliver Archer (ED resident and previous cardiac sonographer), Hung Diep (ED advanced trainee), Dr Richard McNulty, Dr Kenny Yee, Dr Pramod Chandru, Kit Rowe, Shreyas Iyer, Caroline Tyers and Samoda Wilegoda Mudalige. Discussion 1: Presenter - Oliver Archer. Starting - 02:00. Atkinson, P., Beckett, N., French, J., Banerje…
 
Prof Des Tobin, Professor of Dermatological Science and Director of the Charles Institute of Dermatology, University College Dublin joins me this week. He chats to me about his fascinating research into skin and hair follicle biology. He discusses why the skin is an excellent biological universe of cell-cell communication and regeneration and the m…
 
This is Season 2 of the Toxicology podcast series that Seattle Childrens’ Toxicologist Suzan Mazor, MD and I put together. This three episode season turns its focus to drugs of abuse – continuing with this episode on nicotine toxicity – the final episode of this #ToxTuesdays season. I am now proud to offer CME through Cincinnati Children’s. To clai…
 
In this episode, Weekend Wrap-up host, Kevin Ferrara talks about a Congressional hearing on PFAS that was postponed twice and his opportunity to testify removed. Kevin reads for listeners and viewers, what was supposed to be his opening statements that highlight how the DoD and Air Force continue to pushback on the fact PFAS does have a significant…
 
This is Season 2 of the Toxicology podcast series that Seattle Childrens’ Toxicologist Suzan Mazor, MD and I put together. It is a joint effort so to speak. This three episode season turns its focus to drugs of abuse – continuing with this episode on marijuana toxicity. So, let’s weed out the bad information, hash out the details, and learn about c…
 
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