29 episodes

A podcast about pathology, medicine, and science. Mostly.

Disclaimer: This podcast and its website do not constitute medical advice. Always seek the advice of your own physician or other qualified health care professional regarding any medical questions or conditions.

Deeper Levels Natalie Banet

    • Medicine
    • 5.0 • 10 Ratings

A podcast about pathology, medicine, and science. Mostly.

Disclaimer: This podcast and its website do not constitute medical advice. Always seek the advice of your own physician or other qualified health care professional regarding any medical questions or conditions.

    Episode 29: A revolution in teaching and learning with Drs. Josh Kim and Edward Maloney

    Episode 29: A revolution in teaching and learning with Drs. Josh Kim and Edward Maloney

    I'm joined by my brother-in-law Dr. Josh Kim, and his co-author Dr. Edward Maloney to discuss their new book "The Low-Density University: 15 Scenarios for Higher Education." We discuss online education, working from home, and higher education in America.

    • 1 hr
    Episode 28: “We can’t make good decisions based on bad surveys” with Dr. Anthony Artino.

    Episode 28: “We can’t make good decisions based on bad surveys” with Dr. Anthony Artino.

    I'm joined by Dr. Anthony (Tony) Artino, a Professor at George Washington University and the Interim Associate Dean for Evaluation & Educational Research. We discuss survey design (no, you can't "just" do a survey), distance learning, the Dunning-Kruger effect (what? is this what's happening to our whole country), and how everyone is "over surveyed."

    • 54 min
    Episode 27: Why (Gyn) Pathology? with Dr. Robert Kurman.

    Episode 27: Why (Gyn) Pathology? with Dr. Robert Kurman.

    An interview with one of my mentors! Dr. Kurman discusses getting started in Gyn Pathology, his mentors, which of his research findings have surprised him, and brings me up to speed on pickle ball. A must listen.

    • 58 min
    Episode 26: Radical Authenticity and Intentionality with Dr. Patricia Poitevien

    Episode 26: Radical Authenticity and Intentionality with Dr. Patricia Poitevien

    I'm joined by Dr. Patricia Poitevien, An Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Brown, who also serves as the Assistant Dean for the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs. We discuss her concept of "radical authenticity" that helped her navigate her career, and she offers TONS of excellent advice, including defining oneself before others can do it for you, and the necessity of intentionality in creating a diverse and equitable workplace.

    • 56 min
    Episode 25: Why (Gyn) Pathology? Vol. 2 - Featuring Dr. Brigitte (Biggy) Ronnett!

    Episode 25: Why (Gyn) Pathology? Vol. 2 - Featuring Dr. Brigitte (Biggy) Ronnett!

    It's a Big(gy) show today! I'm joined by one of my mentors, Dr. Brigitte (Biggy) Ronnett! We discuss her origin story and how she came to choose Gyn Pathology, her experiences in publication and editing, and how to actually pronounce her name. Find out why so many find her to be inspirational and an exceptional educator!

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Episode 24: Six podcasts, eleven voices, one mega show! (A crossover show for the ages)

    Episode 24: Six podcasts, eleven voices, one mega show! (A crossover show for the ages)

    Featuring 6 Pathology/Science Shows! Discussions about riveting topics like: the necessity of outlines, sound editing, how to chose the ideal show topic, and Pathology jokes that will make your skin hurt!
    Including: People of Pathology (Dennis Strenk), Deeper Levels (yours truly), Computationally Yours (Sabah Kadri & Arshi Arora), Pathpod (Sara Jiang, Christina Arnold, Michael Arnold, & Kamran Mirza), ScopeMD (Lori Ryan), & Dead Men Do Tell Tales (Jordan Taylor & Nicole Croom)

    • 1 hr 11 min

Customer Reviews

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10 Ratings

10 Ratings

seanwill77 ,

Great podcast

I especially love the why Gyn pathology series so far. Great to hear the backstories of well known pathologists and their journeys

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