Gene Regulation

Guest: Dr. Tim Reddy, Assistant Professor, Duke Center for Genomic and Computational Biology
Topics: Gene regulation, recent human evolution, gene editing using CRISPR/Cas9, genetic/epigenetic mechanisms of action by glucocorticoid anti-inflammatory drugs, genetics of gestational diabetes

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Dr. Tim Reddy

 

The Reddy Lab

Duke Center for Genomic and Computational Biology

NIH grants aim to decipher the language of gene regulation

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo March 11, 2015

MEASURE Evaluation



Guests: Dr. Jim Thomas, Director, and Dr. Stephanie Watson-Grant, Deputy Director for Field Operations, MEASURE Evaluation
Topics: MEASURE Evaluation, m
onitoring and evaluation of global public health programs, global public health status, ethics in public health

MEASURE Evaluation

Duke Global Health Institute

UNC Carolina Population Center

Jim’s UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health faculty page

“A Code of Ethics for Public Health” co-authored by Jim, 2002

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo February 4, 2015

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Dr. Jim Thomas

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Dr. Stephanie Watson-Grant

Eastman Innovation Center

Guest: Dr. Stewart Witzeman, Director, Eastman Innovation Center, North Carolina State University
Topics: Eastman Innovation Center, Eastman Chemical Center of Excellence (NCSU and UNC-Chapel Hill), Eastman Chemical Company, public/private partnerships, fostering innovation in materials and design

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Dr. Stewart Witzeman

 

Eastman Center of Excellence

Eastman Chemical Company

Eastman Announces Innovation Partnership with North Carolina State University

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo January 7, 2015

Diabetes Therapies



Guests: James Green, Chairman and CEO, and Dr. William Wilkison, COO, Islet Sciences, Inc., Raleigh
Topics: Islet Sciences and its pipeline of treatments and diagnostics for metabolic disorders including diabetes and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH)

 

Islet Sciences, Inc.

BHV Pharma pipeline

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo November 19, 2014

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James Green

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Dr. William Wilkison

Nanomaterials health and safety

Guest: Dr. James Bonner, Professor of Toxicology, Department of Biological Sciences, North Carolina State University
Topics: Nanotechnology health and safety, health effects of respiratory exposures to nanomaterials

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Dr. James Bonner

 

The Bonner Lab

“Coating carbon nanotubes reduces lung injury risk” NIEHS Environmental Factor newsletter article, October 2014

“Nanotechnology: Looking As We Leap” Ernie’s 2004 Environmental Health Perspectives article on nanomaterials health and safety

NIEHS nanotechnology research

National Toxicology Program (NTP) Nanotechnology Safety Initiative

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo November 12, 2014

Dragonfly Thinking

Guest: Dr. Bruce Oberhardt, President, BJO Biomedical, LLC; author, Dragonfly Thinking
Topics: Problem-solving with Dragonfly Thinking, biomedical devices, biomedical engineering

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Dr. Bruce Oberhardt

 

Bruce’s website

Dragonfly Thinking: Problem Solving for a Successful Future Amazon site (great gift for young professionals and students!)

CoaguChek site

Nanovector, Inc.

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo November 5, 2014

Marshall Brain

Guest: Marshall Brain – author, entrepreneur, NCSU professor, blogger, renaissance man, founder of HowStuffWorks.com, TV producer, speaker
Topics: Marshall’s varied career, including his books, websites, and TV shows; entrepreneurship, his concepts about the meaning of life and religion

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Marshall Brain

 

Marshall’s website

HowStuffWorks.com

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo October 29, 2014

Pediatric Food Allergies

Guest: Dr. Wesley Burks, Chair, Department of Pediatrics, UNC School of Medicine; Physician-in-chief, North Carolina Children’s Hospital
Topics: Pediatric food allergies, food intolerance, peanut allergies, egg allergies, new therapeutic approaches

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Dr. Wesley Burks

 

UNC Department of Pediatrics bio page

UNC Food Allergy Initiative

UNC CARE newsletter #6, “Spotlight on Food Allergies”

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo October 15, 2014

American Scientist & Sigma Xi

Guests: Fenella Saunders, Managing Editor, American Scientist, and Dr. Jamie Vernon, Editor-in-Chief, American Scientist; Director of Science Communications and Publications, Sigma Xi
Topics: American Scientist magazine, Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society, science writing and communication

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Fenella Saunders and Dr. Jamie Vernon (on the air!)

 

American Scientist

Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society

Chronicle of the New Researcher

American Scientist multimedia page (including Pizza Lunch podcasts)

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo September 10, 2014

Synthetic Biology

Guest: Dr. Lingchong You, Paul Ruffin Scarborough Associate Professor of Engineering; Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Duke University
Topics: Synthetic biology, cell-to-cell communication, synthetic gene circuits, quorum sensing, antibiotic resistance, sociomicrobiology, bistability, mathematical modeling of cellular networks

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Dr. Lingchong You

 

Duke Laboratory of Biological Networks (Lingchong’s lab)

Lingchong’s Duke Center for Genomic and Computational Biology (GCB) faculty page

Lingchong’s Duke Biomedical Engineering Department faculty page

Duke Engineer article on Lingchong’s research

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo August 27, 2014