Expert Citation is a weekly science podcast were three young scientists in various fields discuss cutting edge, open access papers, and also argue about sports. You can find us individually on twitter at @JoeMCuevas, @TylerJBurch, and @advsinchem.
Feel free to hit us up here or on twitter with feedback, to join the discussion about whatever weird paper we managed to dig up this week, or to tell Tyler that his sports opinions are bad. Go Sharks!
Episode 006: Sarcoma, Soft-Tissue, and Central Science
http://iamkuhan.com/ExpertCitation/ExpertCitation006.mp3 Oneto, J.M.M., Khan, I., Seebald, L., & Royzen, M. 2016. In Vivo Bioorthogonal Chemistry Enables Local Hydrogel and Systemic Pro-Drug To Treat Soft Tissue Sarcoma. ACS Central Science 2(7): 476-482. http://pubs.acs.org/doi/full/10.1021/acscentsci.6b00150 In this episode, we talk about better living through chemistry.... Continue Reading →
Episode 005: STEM, Sexism, and Self-Validation
http://iamkuhan.com/ExpertCitation/ExpertCitation005.mp3 Ellis, J., Fosdick, B.K., & Rasmussen, C. 2016. Women 1.5 Times More Likely to Leave STEM Pipeline after Calculus Compared to Men: Lack of Mathematical Confidence a Potential Culprit. PLoS One 11(7). We found a study that took the shortage... Continue Reading →
Episode 004: Tables, Tedium, and #TeamKillerWhale
http://iamkuhan.com/ExpertCitation/ExpertCitation004.mp3 Pitman, R.L., et al. 2016. Humpback whales interfering when mammal-eating killer whales attack other species: Mobbing behavior and interspecific altruism? Marine Mammal Science. #TeamKillerWhale Today we talk about a paper that’s been making the pop-sci rounds. Some people have claimed that... Continue Reading →
Episode 003: Genomics, General Audiences, and Rio de Janiero
http://iamkuhan.com/ExpertCitation/ExpertCitation003.mp3 Savadis et al. 2016. Identification of Zika Virus and Dengue Virus Dependency Factors using Functional Genomics. Cell Press 16(1): 232-246. Kelsey is officially a PhD candidate! We celebrate by delving into a molecular bio paper and get horribly lost. Joe rants... Continue Reading →
Interlude 002: The Magic of Psychology with Dr. Billy San Juan
http://iamkuhan.com/ExpertCitation/ExpertCitationInterlude002.mp3 This episode was recorded at San Diego Comic-Con 2016. Joe goes to Comic-Con every year. This year, he was adamant that he’d be able to find science at a science fiction convention, so he met up with his good... Continue Reading →
Interlude 001: PhD Qualifying Exams
http://iamkuhan.com/ExpertCitation/ExpertCitationInterlude001.mp3 This is the first part of a miniseries within the show on what graduate school is like. On this episode, Kelsey and Tyler talk about PhD Qualifying Examinations, or “quals” as they’re often called. They go in a little... Continue Reading →
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