Talking Real Science with Jared Oenick
This episode of Share Science features Jared Oenick, a recipient of one of the $5000 Scientist.com STEM Research NIL Scholarships. In this interview, we discuss what's inspired his academic journey thus far, and where he hopes to take his career after graduation.
Talking Real Science with Martin Young
This episode of Share Science features Dr. Martin Young, a professor of medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. In this interview he shares his journey into cardiac metabolism and chronobiology as well as some notable mentors that helped him along the way.
Cancer Immunotherapy: Viruses, Vaccines, and other Immuno-Oncology Treatments
In this blog post, current cancer immunotherapy treatments are discussed, as well as some future directions for this rapidly developing field.
The Journey From Pandemic Teaching Into The New Normal
Join Gethin Evans, PhD as he delves into his experience teaching in the life sciences pre-, during, and post-pandemic and how his department has invested in technology to enhance teaching content and delivery.
It’s Time for Change! How to Promote Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Respect in your Chemistry Lab
In this webinar, we demonstrate our Rate Law Determination experiment that utilizes Vernier Science Education’s Go Direct SpectroVis Plus Spectrophotometer to study the kinetics of the reaction of crystal violet with sodium hydroxide.
Engaging Students Online in a Clinical Pathophysiology Course
In this webinar, Assoc Prof. Patricia Halpin, (Chair of the APS Teaching Section) will discuss how she harnesses technology to engage her physiology students in an online clinical pathophysiology course.
Expert Perspectives on Technology-Enhanced Learning
Join Jana Kusch, PhD and Marc Demolder, MSc as they discuss their experience with technology-enhanced education.
2023 New Ways to Learn: Harnessing the Power of Technology Webinar SeriesSarah McFarlane
A four-part webinar series focused on current and emerging trends in science education.
The Blues & the Browns: Links between Depression and Gut Microbiota
Recently, Radjabzadeh et al., identified 13 genera of gut microbiota that have been implicated with symptoms of depression.
#ExpertAnswers: Jonathan Brestoff on Energy ExpenditureDarius Soo Lum
Jonathan Brestoff explains how energy expenditure can be better described thanks to a new bioinformatic algorithm known as Clambake.
#ExpertAnswers: Licy Yanes Cardozo on Androgens in Cardiovascular PhysiologyDarius Soo Lum
Licy Yanes Cardozo expands on her research exploring the role of androgens on cardiovascular physiology in cis and transgender patients.
#ExpertAnswers: Aaron Phillips on Neural Hemodynamic ControlDarius Soo Lum
Aaron Phillips discusses questions from a recent webinar on his research involving neural hemodynamic control in pre-clinical and clinical models.
Muscle Health Research Centre (MHRC)Sydney Otomancek
The Muscle Health Research Centre (MHRC) provides a centralized and focused research emphasis on the importance of skeletal muscle to [...]
Talking Real Science with Tim Hacker
This episode of Share Science features Tim Hacker, PhD, director of the Cardiovascular Physiology and Surgery core facility at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Tim shares his career path and insights for young scientists on what it's like to run a core lab at an academic institution.
#ExpertAnswers: Matthew Sparks on Vascular-Tubular CrosstalkDarius Soo Lum
Matthew Sparks discusses his latest findings on a system of vascular-epithelial in the kidney that regulates pressure natriuresis.
Clambake: Decoding Factors That Contribute to Energy Expenditure
Join Jonathan Brestoff, MD, PhD, MPH, for an exploration of how energy expenditure can be better described thanks to a new bioinformatic algorithm known as Clambake.
Next-Generation Techniques for Understanding Neural Hemodynamic Control
Join Aaron Phillips, PhD, as he shares his research involving neural hemodynamic control in human patients and rodents.
Talking Real Science with Wendy Riggs
This episode of Share Science features Wendy Riggs, MS, an associate professor of biology at the College of the Redwoods in California. In an earlier webinar, Wendy shared how to adapt classrooms into an online environment, which she dives deeper into in this interview.
Talking Real Science with Tim HackerDarius Soo Lum
Tim Hacker shares his expertise, career path and insights for young scientists on what its like to run a core lab at an academic institution.
#ExpertAnswers: Louise Naylor on Exercise and the Cardiovascular SystemDarius Soo Lum
Louise Naylor focuses on the benefits of exercise to optimize and maintain the cardiovascular system.
Vascular-Tubular Crosstalk in the Renin-Angiotensin System
Matthew Sparks, MD, explores the vascular-tubular crosstalk in the renin-angiotensin system that may play a key role in the regulation of pressure natriuresis.
#ExpertAnswers: Franck Lebrin and Denis Vivien on Ultrasound Imaging in Stroke and Neurovascular DiseasesDarius Soo Lum
Franck Lebrin and Denis Vivien discuss their work on microvascular and functional ultrasound imaging in stroke and neurovascular diseases.
Talking Real Science with Aaron PhillipsSarah McFarlane
Dr. Aaron Phillips combines integrated physiology and neuroscience to understand hemodynamic instability and spinal cord injury in pre-clinical and clinical models.
Androgens & Cardiovascular Diseases in Women: From Basic Research to Clinical Practice
Join Dr. Licy Yanes-Cardozo as she expands on her research exploring the role of androgens on cardiovascular physiology in cis and transgender patients.
Moving for a Better Beat: How Exercise Benefits the Heart
Join Dr. Louise Naylor as she dives into the benefits of exercise on the cardiovascular system.