Healthcare Triage is a series about healthcare hosted by Dr. Aaron Carroll who explains healthcare policy, medical research, and answers a lot of other questions you may have about medicine, health, and healthcare.
The Many Benefits of Participating in Research
In this episode, Aaron Carroll talks with Dr. Peter Embi about the All IN for Health program, which promotes health resources and opportunities to participate in research and clinical studies. You can join the All IN volunteer registry by filling out a profile on www.allinforhealth.info.
How We Study Alzheimer's and Potential Treatments
Aaron Carroll talks with Dr. Bruce Lamb and Dr. Alan Palkowitz about Alzheimer's disease. They discuss how they’re combining their different backgrounds and strengths – basic science in university research for Lamb and drug discovery in the pharmaceutical industry for Palkowitz – as they work to develop potential treatments for Alzheimer’s disease.
Solving Health Challenges Through Research and Collaboration
Dr. Aaron Carroll talks with Dr. Sharon Moe and Dr. Sarah Wiehe, the new co-directors of the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI). The Indiana CTSI brings together the state’s brightest minds to solve Indiana’s most pressing health challenges through research, as a statewide partnership among Indiana University, Purdue University, the University of Notre Dame and numerous life sciences businesses, government entities, and community organizations.
Your DNA Influences Drug Response
On this episode of the Healthcare Triage podcast, Aaron talks to Dr. Todd Skaar, who leads the IU Precision Health Initiative Pharmacogenomics program. You’ll learn about his research into how genes we inherit from our parents can impact the way we respond to drugs.
What We Can Learn from A LOT of Blood
In this episode, Aaron Carroll talks with Tatiana Foroud, PhD, and Brooke Patz about the Indiana Biobank. Foroud is the biobank director and Patz is the biobank’s program manager. They discuss what a biobank is and how they are using it to help researchers study different diseases, such as COVID-19.
Global Health and Malaria with Dr. Chandy John
In this episode, Aaron Carroll talks with Dr. Chandy John about his experiences as an infectious disease researcher and pediatrician. Dr. John's research focuses on global health, and he's involved in programs in both Kenya and Uganda.
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Entertaining, insightful and actionable! 🔥
Whether you’re well established as someone innovating in healthcare, or just getting started catalyzing the change you want to see in the industry - this is a must-listen podcast for you! Dr. Carroll does an incredible job leading conversations that cover a huge breadth of topics related to the ins and outs of building a thriving career in healthcare, and life you can be proud of - with leaders who’ve actually experienced success themselves. Highly recommend listening and subscribing!
Very informative and incredibly interesting guests.
You don’t have to be a healthcare professional to enjoy this podcast.
Important and interesting discussions on health science with a lot of potential
The podcast primarily centers on Aaron interviewing other health researchers and practitioners in the medical field [often composing of his colleagues at the Indiana University school of medicine] as well as bringing some outside voices like at one point, and just asks them questions about their field of work as well as their experiences and relevant takeaways. Some episodes are more engaging than others depending on interest of the topic and how personable the interview guest is and how well Aaron bounces off of them. While I would say they’re still rather informative, they can be pretty conventional and even somewhat generic in execution. He does answer questions from listeners who submitted questions his website at end of many episodes, and while his answers are always great, he sometimes chooses trivial questions. I have a lot of respect for Aaron Carroll, his Youtube channel Healthcare Triage is excellent, for his efforts to better inform the public about the inner working of healthcare policy and research. While I think there is a lot room for growth and refinement, I think this podcast is very underrated and very much deserves a listen from anyone who wants to be an informed citizen. I give it a 8/10.