Duke MA in Bioethics and Science Policy

Guest: Dr. Misha Angrist, Assistant Professor of the Practice, Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy (IGSP), Duke University
Topics: New Master of Arts in Bioethics and Science Policy degree program (Duke), 23andMe, the $1000 genome, orphan drugs, impending split of the IGSP into three centers

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Dr. Misha Angrist

 

Duke MA in Bioethics & Science Policy program

Duke Institute for Genome Sciences & Policy (IGSP)

Misha’s IGSP faculty page

“Here Is a Human Being: At the Dawn of Personal Genomics” by Misha Angrist (Amazon page)

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo May 7, 2014

NHGRI Director Eric Green lecture

A Special Edition of Radio In Vivo: a keynote lecture by Dr. Eric Green, director of the National Human Genome Research Institute, delivered at the Friday Center in Chapel Hill April 23, 2013 at the launch of the National Consortium for Data Science (NCDS).  Dr. Green’s topic: “The Human Genomics Landscape a Decade After the Human Genome Project”

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Eric Green, MD, PhD

Click here to access the full-length video version of Dr. Green’s lecture

The National Consortium for Data Science (NCDS)

RENCI (Renaissance Computing Institute)

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo May 29, 2013

New Understanding of Breast Cancer Subtypes

Guest: Dr. Charles Perou, member, Lineberger Cancer Center, Professor of genetics and pathology and laboratory medicine, UNC School of Medicine
Topics: The Cancer Genome Atlas project, recent landmark Nature publication on breast cancer subtypes

Nature: “Comprehensive molecular portraits of human breast tumours”

Chuck’s Lineberger CCC faculty page

Perou Laboratory

The Cancer Genome Atlas

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo October 24, 2012

Dr. Charles Perou

Exploring genetics of schizophrenia

Dr. Diana Perkins, UNC-Chapel Hill

Dr. Clark Jeffries, Renaissance Computing Institute & UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy

Guests: Dr. Diana Perkins, Professor, Department of Psychiatry, UNC-Chapel Hill, Director, OASIS; and Dr. Clark Jeffries, Renaissance Computing Institute & UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy

Topics: The genetic basis of schizophrenia, early intervention in schizophrenia, discovery of very small pluripotent stem cells in human peripheral blood

OASIS (Outreach and Support Intervention Services) Program

Diana’s UNC Faculty page

Clark’s UNC Faculty page

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo November 30, 2011