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Today! I sit down with students from the Vanderbilt MSTP to discuss their training in the MD/PhD program (so far!). On the program: Rachel Brown, Maggie Axelrod, Lizzie Flook, Michael Raddatz, Abin Abraham, and Patrick Wu. If you're considerin
On this episode of But Why: Zika Virus and Emerging Pathogens. Dr. James Crowe, Director of the Vaccine Research Center and Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at Vanderbilt University, sat down with me to talk about emerging pathogens, su
In part four of this series, I sit down with Cody Stothers, an MD/PhD student in his second year of training. Cody has a really unique journey to the Vanderbilt MSTP, that all started with strong grade school science and an even better Vanderbi
In part three of this four part series, I sit down with Dr. Bruce Carter, Professor of Biochemistry and Neuroscience at Vanderbilt University. Dr. Carter is a faculty advisor for the Vanderbilt MSTP, which means he mentors students throughout a
In part two of this four part series, I sit down with Megan and Tanner Freeman, M4 MSTP students in the Vanderbilt MD/PhD program (and just weeks away from graduation). We discuss their experience in the Vanderbilt MSTP over the past 8 years, a
In the first of this four part series, I sit down with Nathan Bloodworth, G3 graduate student in the Vanderbilt MD/PhD program, in the WRVU studios to discuss his experience in the MSTP. What is the MSTP? what's it like to be a student in the p
Dr. Roger Chalkley, Senior Associate Dean for Biomedical Research, Education, and Training (BRET) at Vanderbilt University, and I sat down to discuss how PhD programs are training biomedical scientists of the next generation. We focused on how
Dr. Karen Ng, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt University, and I sat down to discuss the German philosopher Hegel and the influence he has today. You can learn more about Dr. Ng here: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/AnS/philosophy/_peo
Dr. Vincent Racaniello, Professor of Virology at Columbia University and host of the podcast This Week in Virology (TWiV), and I sat down to talk podcasts, viruses, and new ways to teach science. Background track: Anitek - The 3rd https://free
Rachana Haliyur: Type 1 Diabetes by Ben Fensterheim
Ben sits down with Michael Litt, MD/PhD student at Vanderbilt University, to discuss obesity and new drugs that can trick the brain to stop eating. Background Song: Broke For Free - Night Owl : http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Broke_For_Free/
In this interesting short interview, Dr. Larry Churchill, Professor of Medical Ethics at Vanderbilt University, and I discuss the importance of communication in medicine, science, and everyday life.
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