The Jewish Orthodox Women's Medical Association Preventative Health podcast aims to share preventative health information geared to members of the Orthodox Jewish community.
I Was Supposed to Have a Baby: Aimee Baron's Personal Struggle with Recurrent Pregnancy Losses
Aimee Baron MD, FAAP, is the founder and executive director of I Was Supposed to Have a Baby, a nonprofit organization that utilizes social media to support Jewish individuals and families as they are struggling to have a child. It provides a warm and nurturing space for those going through infertility, pregnancy loss, infant loss, surrogacy or adoption, in addition to connecting those families to resources in the Jewish community at large.
Dr. Baron was formerly the Director of Innovation and Growth at NechamaComfort, and has also worked as an Attending Pediatrician in the Newborn Nursery and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital before taking a leave of absence after her third miscarriage.
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It's NOT all In Your Head with Miriam Segura Harrison
Dr. Segura Harrison is a board-certified Family Physician. She completed her Family Medicine residency at the Brown University Family Medicine Residency. She received her medical degree from Boston University School of Medicine. She currently practices full-spectrum family medicine with obstetrics in the Boston area. She is also an IBCLC with an avid clinical interest in breastfeeding medicine, and a kallah teacher.
"But You Look Amazing!" Bari Mitzmann and Her Struggle with Chronic Illness
Bari Mitzmann is a content creator whose goal is to empower women and normalize struggle. She has a masters in education and has worked in outreach for a number of years. She uses her Instagram platform @barianna, her blog barianna.com and her podcast, woman of valor, to discuss and normalize mental illness and other seemingly taboo topics in the Jewish community.
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I'm Not Antivaxx but...With Dorit Rubinstein Reiss
Dorit Rubinstein Reiss is a professor of law at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. Increasingly, her research and activities are focused on legal issues related to vaccines, including exemption laws and tort liability related to non-vaccination. She published law review and peer reviewed articles and many blog posts on legal issues related to vaccines. She received an undergraduate degree in Law and Political Science from the Faculty of Law in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She received her Ph.D. from the Jurisprudence and Social Policy program in UC Berkeley. She is a member of the Parents Advisory Board of Voices for Vaccines and the the Vaccine Working Group on Ethics and Policy, and active in vaccine advocacy in other ways.
Pandemic Pregnancy: Dr. Denise Moses, OB, Discusses Her Personal Story and the Covid Vaccine
Denise Moses, MD FACOG is a board-certified OBGYN. Dr. Moses is a true New Yorker, born and raised in Brooklyn. She received her undergraduate degree at CUNY Brooklyn, and medical degree at SUNY Downstate. She completed residency at Hofstra North Shore-LIJ Health System. She currently works at a private practice located in Queens, NY, called Healthcare for All Women
No Easy Answers with Dr. Mark Mulligan
Mark J. Mulligan, MD, is the director of the Division of Infectious Diseases & Immunology in the Department of Medicine, and director of the NYU Langone Vaccine Center. He joined NYU Langone Health in 2018. He is a translational physician-scientist who leads a research clinic and a research laboratory. He conducts vaccine clinical trials and clinical studies of emerging infections. He has studied HIV, Zika, Ebola, bird flu, 2009 pandemic influenza, and other infections with public health impact. He is now studying the novel coronavirus.
He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame (cum laude, 1980), University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas (1984). During infectious diseases training (UAB, 1987-90) he did post-doctoral molecular virology training with Dr. Richard Compans, a renowned virologist.
Dr. Mulligan served as lead investigator for an NIH-funded HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials Unit, conducting AIDS and TB research in Atlanta, Kenya, the Philippines, and Thailand (2006-2018). He also served as the principal investigator for an NIH-funded Vaccine and Treatment Evaluation Unit (VTEU), 2007-18. This was one of nine national units funded by NIH to conduct clinical research on medical countermeasures (such as vaccines, treatments, diagnostics, biomarkers) to combat infectious disease threats to human health.
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