53 min

How to Survive in Space: Engineering Human Spaceflight Exploration Medical Capabilities with Dr. Kris R. Lehnhardt‪.‬ Resonance - A Baylor College of Medicine Podcast

    • Life Sciences

In this episode, we take an inside look at how Dr. Lehnhardt and his team of engineers are preparing the next generation of astronauts against the health hazards of space travel to the red planet. Dr. Lehnhardt shares his journey from his home of origin in Canada as an emergency medicine physician to spearheading the Human Research Project efforts in the Lonestar state, as a senior faculty at the Center for Space Medicine, and as an Element Scientist in NASA’s Exploration Medical Capability arm of the Human Research Program at the Johnson Space Center.

In this episode, we take an inside look at how Dr. Lehnhardt and his team of engineers are preparing the next generation of astronauts against the health hazards of space travel to the red planet. Dr. Lehnhardt shares his journey from his home of origin in Canada as an emergency medicine physician to spearheading the Human Research Project efforts in the Lonestar state, as a senior faculty at the Center for Space Medicine, and as an Element Scientist in NASA’s Exploration Medical Capability arm of the Human Research Program at the Johnson Space Center.

53 min