5 episodes

Behind Our Science Podcast aims to close the gap in understanding the complex mechanisms driving disease formation and engage the general public and research advocates. We will engage the public by explaining the latest exciting biomedical innovations in simple terms free from jargon and emphasize the importance of supporting continued research in the biomedical sciences. We will explain the importance of how understanding fundamental mechanisms driving diseases provides a solid foundation for breakthroughs in scientific research.https://asippathways.com/behind-our-science/

Behind Our Science Podcast Behind Our Science

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Behind Our Science Podcast aims to close the gap in understanding the complex mechanisms driving disease formation and engage the general public and research advocates. We will engage the public by explaining the latest exciting biomedical innovations in simple terms free from jargon and emphasize the importance of supporting continued research in the biomedical sciences. We will explain the importance of how understanding fundamental mechanisms driving diseases provides a solid foundation for breakthroughs in scientific research.https://asippathways.com/behind-our-science/

    BehindOurScience_ The Podcast | Ep. 5

    BehindOurScience_ The Podcast | Ep. 5

    We explore days in the life of a scientist in different steps in academic research
    Daisy did a 7.3 questions parody and favorite lab equipment

    • 30 min
    Women In Pathology Month - Dr. Aditi Bagchi and Emily Essex Interview - AJP and JHC Highlights!

    Women In Pathology Month - Dr. Aditi Bagchi and Emily Essex Interview - AJP and JHC Highlights!

    **GIVEAWAY** Tag 5 Women In STEM or Pathology in our tweet announcing Episode 3 for a chance to win a Starbucks gift card!

    Behind Our Science celebrates Women In Pathology! In episode 3 we interview Dr. Aditi Bagchi (Faculty at St. Judes) about her career, being a woman in STEM, Brain tumor awareness month and what drives her research!  We also interview Emily Essex (Managing Editor of American Journal of Pathology and the Journal of Molecular Diagnostics) who shed light on what it takes to publish journals every month and provides insight on her alternative STEM career.  

    We highlight women in pathology and ask coffee or tea, western blot or PCR, cake or pie, cats or dogs and what advice do you have for future women in pathology?

    Happy Women In Pathology Month!

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Capitol Hill Mini Episode!

    Capitol Hill Mini Episode!

    Behind Our Science is happy to present Dr. Melanie Scott from University of Pittsburgh to discuss #CapitolHill Day, her science and her advocacy for #researchpolicy. She is an active member of @ASIPath and an amazing researcher and person!!!

    • 31 min
    Meet The Team - Vaccine Talk - Fun Facts

    Meet The Team - Vaccine Talk - Fun Facts

    WE'RE HERE! A podcast featuring the behind-the-scenes of scientists and communicating their novel scientific research to all audiences.

    ☟  Q U E S T I O N S ☟
    🥇How many multichannel pipettes does Daisy have on her virtual background?
    🥈Which country was Roberto born in?
    🏅Which University does Marina currently work at?


    🌎 F I N D   U S   O N L I N E :

    🐤 Twitter for the PODCAST: https://twitter.com/behindourscienc​

    📸 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/behindoursci...​

    🔆 Website: https://behindourscience.wordpress.com/​

    ✍️💌 Email:behindourscience@gmail.com



    ***This PODCAST is sponsored by The American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP) and The Histochemical Society (HCS)***
    🙌 ASIP: https://twitter.com/ASIPath​
    🙌 HCS: https://twitter.com/histochemnews​



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    • 28 min
    Giveaway- New Team Member -Dr.Garcia Interview

    Giveaway- New Team Member -Dr.Garcia Interview

    WE'RE HERE! A podcast featuring the behind-the-scenes of scientists and communicating their novel scientific research to all audiences.

    In this episode, we welcome Vik Meadows as part of our creative team and we interview Dr. J. Victor Garcia-Martinez, Ph.D. about the behind of his science and his latest Nature paper.

    🎓R E F E R E N C E S 🧩
    Wahl, A., Gralinski, L.E., Johnson, C.E. et al. SARS-CoV-2 infection is effectively treated and prevented by EIDD-2801. Nature 591, 451–457 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-021-03...​
    https://www.nature.com/articles/s4158...​

    ☟  G I V E A W A Y ☟
    🥇tweet us at @behindourscienc using the hashtag #behindourscience​
    🥇First 3 to tweet, win a STARBUCKS GIFT CARD🥇
    🥇US only🥇

    🌎 F I N D   U S   O N L I N E :

    🐤 Twitter for the PODCAST: https://twitter.com/behindourscienc​​

    📸 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/behindoursci...​

    🔆 Website: https://behindourscience.wordpress.com/​​

    ✍️💌 Email:behindourscience@gmail.com



    ***This PODCAST is sponsored by The American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP) and The Histochemical Society (HCS)***
    🙌 ASIP: https://twitter.com/ASIPath​​
    🙌 HCS: https://twitter.com/histochemnews​​



    #podcast​​ #science_is_fun​​ 

    • 43 min

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