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Talking Real Science with Ellie Siebeneck
This episode of Share Science features Ellie Siebeneck, a recipient of one of the $5000 Scientist.com STEM Research NIL Scholarships. In this interview, we discuss some of her current research projects, and her love of mentoring up-and-coming researchers.
Talking Real Science with Micaela Merrill
This episode of Share Science features Micaela Merrill, a recipient of one of the $5000 Scientist.com STEM Research NIL Scholarships. In this interview, we discuss some of her biggest inspirations, and where she hopes to take her research after graduation.
From Trauma to Binge Eating: How Early Life Experiences Impact the Leptin System
Early life trauma (ELT) has been identified as a risk factor for binge eating and obesity in adult life, but the neural mechanisms behind this phenomena have yet to be determined. In this blog post we discuss a recent publication from Shin et al., which delineates the circuitry of this ELT-induced maladaptive eating.
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.
A Breath of Not-So-Fresh Air: the Combined Effects of Air and Noise Pollution
While air and noise pollution have been well documented independently, their combined effects are insufficiently discussed, until recently. In this blog post, we discuss a recent publication from Kuntic et al. on the combined and individual effects of these pollutants in mice.
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.
Celebrating Black Scientists: 5 Scientific Stories from the Past
In honor of Black History Month, this blog discusses 5 scientific stories from some historic Black and African-American scientists, researchers, and medical professionals.
Industry Insights with Crown Bioscience: Analyzing the Suppressive TME with In Vitro Based Assays
This episode of Industry Insights features Nataliia Beztsinna, PhD, and Marten Hornsveld, PhD, from Crown Bioscience as they describe how reconstituted TME and patient-derived ex vivo tissue assays can best be used within the drug development pipeline.
Protocol Preview: Long-read sequencing, Nature’s Method of the Year
Nature Methods declared "Long-Read Sequencing" their Method of the Year for 2022, but what exactly makes this technique worthy of such a title?
Talking Real Science with Yelena Akelina
This episode of Share Science features Yelena Akelina, DVM, MS, a Research Scientist and a Co-Director/Instructor in Clinical Microsurgery at the Microsurgery Research and Training lab at the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Columbia University.
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.
Brain-Derived Tau in Blood: the Future of Alzheimer’s Disease Diagnosis?
Recently published in Brain, Gonzalez-Ortiz et al. report the design and development of a novel blood-based biomarker specific to brain-derived tau. In this blog post, we dive into the advantages of their novel immunoassay over those that are commercially available, as well as its future implications for Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis.
Meet Rajesh Chaudhary, Cardiovascular Transplant Researcher and Rodent Microvascular Surgery Scholarship Recipient
Rajesh Chaudhary, PhD, recently won a Kent Scientific scholarship for the Comprehensive Training Program for Rodent Microvascular Surgery at Columbia University! We interviewed Rajesh to learn why he applied to this scholarship and what he skills he gained from this course.
Meet Saran Lotfollahzadeh, Vascular Surgeon and Rodent Microvascular Surgery Scholarship Recipient
Saran Lotfollahzadeh, MD, recently won a Kent Scientific scholarship for the Comprehensive Training Program for Rodent Microvascular Surgery at Columbia University! We sat down with Saran to learn why she applied to this scholarship, what skills she gained from the course, and more.