Medicine: Beyond the Science features interviews with medical personnel, researchers, patients, and special guests to highlight their unique stories, personal experiences, and contributions to medicine. Hosted by Jake Muldoon an optimist, ordained minister, and PhD Chemist who has a passion for the stories of others. New episodes post bi-weekly, sponsored by the International Journal of Clinical Research (www.ijcrcentral.com).
Ep 9: "COVID and the Latino Community" - Dr. Ricardo Correa
The COVID pandemic has been catastrophic around the world. Within the United States there are communities harder hit than others. Dr. Ricardo Correa and his team have gone above and beyond the call to service for the latino community. Education is the answer to misinformation and building trust is key. He is an individual that lives up to our motto: "Be Curious and Be Kind".
8. "If Only I Knew THIS Earlier"- Jake Muldoon, Phd (Monday Motivation)
The secret to life is simple but it is hard to carry out. As years tick by it can seem that opportunity escapes us. That couldn't be farther from the truth. The International Journal of Clinical Research has shown me that with the right people and proper state of well-being, that which seems impossible can be a reality. Who could've predicted the growth that we've seen? In the end, when we invest in ourselves with the goal of reaching others true fulfillment can be realized.
7. Monday Motivation: KEEP GOING
Those in the medical field can all agree, some days you just want to give up. Monday Motivations are to remind us of all the great things we can do, to never quit, and to KEEP GOING. Be Curious and Be Kind .
6: "A Brighter Future for Cancer Research" Dr. William Oh
Without innovation the research field of medicine would fade away. Research is hard and at times can be crushing. Dr. William Oh is a pioneer for prostate cancer research and is optimistic about the future of the field. We discuss his contributions which have pushed our limits of understanding, but we also learn about who he is as a person and what lies in his heart.....his family. I was happy to have met him and am sure you will feel the same after listening to him speak. This is Medicine: Beyond the Science.
5. "Nuclear Energy and Health: A Final Warning"- Dr. Robert Peter Gale
The KGB had a dossier on him, he attended the funeral for a Soviet Head of State, and as an American he was asked by the Soviet Union to coordinate medical relief to the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. The life of Dr. Robert Peter Gale sounds like it should be a movie, in fact his accounts at Chernobyl were made into a film, in which he was portrayed by Golden Globe winning actor Jon Voight. Having published more than 1,000 scientific articles and over 20 books, his contributions to the medical field is well established, but we also learn of his compassion towards his patients and pride he takes in his students. This is Medicine: Beyond the Science.
4. "Surviving Chernobyl, Tackling COVID"- Dr. Yan Leyfman
Guest Dr. Yan Leyfman was a victim of the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster, the overwhelming odds of survival that he and his family faced were unfathomable. Like so many others, he found himself an immigrant in Brooklyn, NY. When the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on his new found home he couldn’t stand by and watch. As part of the Global COVID-19 Taskforce he was recognized as a City Manhattan Hero for his community service and research contributions during the crisis.
Inspiring and Uplifting!
Inspiring and uplifting… love listening to this guy talk while driving to my work. Always looking forward to new episodes.. thank a lot mate! 😎👍🏻