11 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 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/

    BOS EPISODE 14: Rewind & Recap

    BOS EPISODE 14: Rewind & Recap

    In our first episode of 2023 the team reflects on the career and life events that made 2022 so unique to each of us at BOS.

    In episode 14  we discuss the impact of leadership in our careers and recap how events like Leadership Academy, co-hosted by ASIP & Catalysts of Awesomeness, help us become strong leaders as scientists, mentors, and community members. We also recap our experience at the first in-person SACNAS NDiSTEM, since the pandemic, that took place in San Juan, PR. If you're interested in joining and supporting the SACNAS mission of achieving true diversity and celebration of culture in STEM check them out at https://www.sacnas.org/.

    We want to thank you for the support of our podcast! It has been an interesting journey and we love sharing science with you. Although this was a year of transition for many of us at BOS, we are eager to welcome the new year with new opportunities and are excited for the upcoming episodes we have planned.

    Our episode wraps with a reverse interview with our special guest podcaster. Thank you for tuning in!

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    BOS Episode 11/SELF-ESTEAM and Art in Science

    BOS Episode 11/SELF-ESTEAM and Art in Science

    In this episode we discuss the importance of SELF ESTEAM, the impact of art in science and how it relates to everything we do in and outside of academic research.
    Daisy was able to interview Amir Bitran, a PhD candidate at Harvard, composer and scientist about his most recent classical music composition influenced by his research and science. We are sharing a piece of his art at the end of this video.

    We are 28 days away from PISA ASIP 2022. There is still time to register and attend this wonderful program put together from the meeting chair, our very own Vik Meadows!!!
    https://pisa22.asip.org/

    Young Investigator Keynote Seminar Series – 2022
    Thomas Gebert
    October 19, 2022
    12:00 PM (EDT)
    Investigating Calcium Dysregulation and Viral Virulence Using Forward and Reverse Genetics
    Thomas Gebert, MD-PhD Candidate
    Baylor College of Medicine, Houston TX
    Register to attend  https://asip.memberclicks.net/index.p...

    Congratulations to the 2022 HCS Cornerstone Awardees!
    These awardees were selected from the largest number of applicants yet! Awardees will embark on their proposed research in the coming year.
    To learn more: https://hcs.memberclicks.net/2022-cor...

    • 28 min
    Episode 10-2022: Capitol Hill Day 2022, Experimental Biology 2022 Vlog

    Episode 10-2022: Capitol Hill Day 2022, Experimental Biology 2022 Vlog

    On this our episode 10 we talk about #CapitolHillDay2022. We also have highlights from Experimental Biology 2022, an interview with Dr. Bill Coleman about the last Experimntal Biology. We also have an EB 2022 Vlog with all of our favorite moments. We discussed the importance EB has been in our careers. ENJOY!!!

    Producers and co-host:
    Roberto Mota Alvidrez
    Daisy Shu
    Vik Meadows

    Editor: Jeff Jenkins
    Music: Jeff Jenkins, Roberto Mota, Azael Frayre

    Thank you to the American Society for Investigative Pathology and the Histochemical Society

    • 26 min
    Episode 4-2021: Goodbye to the covid blues, Hello mental health

    Episode 4-2021: Goodbye to the covid blues, Hello mental health

    LIVE EPISODE 4

    • 59 min
    Episode 9-2022: Women in Pathology Month 2022 Engevik sisters and #FluorescentFriday

    Episode 9-2022: Women in Pathology Month 2022 Engevik sisters and #FluorescentFriday

    May is Women in Pathology Month and Behind Our Science is excited to celebrate with Drs. Mindy, Amy, and Kristen Engevik. We hear about their experience as women and sisters in science, navigating careers in academia, and their famous #FluorescentFriday tips for immunostaining.

    In this episode we introduce funding opportunities for undergraduate and graduate trainees from the Histochemical Society due May 31 and June 30, respectively. 

    Have a favorite woman in pathology? Tweet @behindourscienc with their name and #WomeninPath to be entered into a drawing for BOS swag and dunkin donuts gift cards! Have your next coffee on us!

    #GITwitter #SisterLab #FluorescentFriday #SisterScientist

    • 24 min
    Episode 8-2022: Celebrating Black History Month

    Episode 8-2022: Celebrating Black History Month

    On this our episode 8 we celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth by highlighting very brilliant Black scientists and researchers. We also have article highlights, 7.3 Q's with Daisy Shu and a crossover interview with People of Pathology podcast. ENJOY!!!

    1st segment: 1 on 1 interview with Dr. Bryan Wilson, PhD, MBA with Dr. Roberto Mota
    2nd segment: Article Highlights "On Being Black in the Ivory Tower" published in Cell, "Chemokine-Based Therapeutics for the Treatment of Inflammatory and Fibrotic Convergent Pathways in COVID-19" published in Current Pathobiology Reports, and "Bile from Patients with Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis Contains Mucosal-Associated Invariant T-Cell Antigens" published in American Journal of Pathology with Dr. Vik Meadows
    3rd segment: 7.3 Q's with Dr. Tessa Fitch with Dr. Daisy Shu
    4th segment: Crossover interview with Dennis Strenk from "People of Pathology" Podcast & 7.3 questions segment with Dr. Roberto Mota

    Producers and co-host:
    Roberto Mota Alvidrez
    Daisy Shu
    Vik Meadows
    Marina Anastasiou

    Editor: Jeff Jenkins
    Music: Jeff Jenkins, Roberto Mota, Azael Frayre

    Thank you to the American Society for Investigative Pathology and the Histochemical Society

    Articles cited:
    1. Armstrong A, Lomax J, Traylor-Knowles N, Samba-Louaka A, Towers C. On Being Black in the Ivory Tower. Cell. 2020 Oct 29;183(3):559-560. doi: 10.1016/j.cell.2020.10.006. PMID: 33125879.
    2. Julian DR, Kazakoff MA, Patel A, Jaynes J, Willis MS, Yates CC. Chemokine-Based Therapeutics for the Treatment of Inflammatory and Fibrotic Convergent Pathways in COVID-19. Curr Pathobiol Rep. 2021;9(4):93-105. doi: 10.1007/s40139-021-00226-0. Epub 2021 Dec 8. PMID: 34900402; PMCID: PMC8651461.
    3. Valestrand L, Zheng F, Hansen SH, Øgaard J, Hov JR, Björkström NK, Karlsen TH, Jiang X, Melum E. Bile from Patients with Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis Contains Mucosal-Associated Invariant T-Cell Antigens. Am J Pathol. 2022 Jan 19:S0002-9440(22)00008-6. doi: 10.1016/j.ajpath.2021.12.008. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 35063408.

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