The Baylor College of Medicine Resonance Podcast is a student-run podcast aimed at showcasing the science at Baylor through the eyes of young professionals. Each episode is written and recorded by students who have a passion for research and the medical community. Guests on the show include both clinical and basic science research faculty who are experts in their fields. We hope that whoever listens in gains new insight into the exciting world of biomedical research.
Reverse Engineering the Brain’s Perceptual Inference & Decision-Making using Artificial Intelligence
Dr. Tolias will discuss his journey into artificial intelligence research and how he and his lab are developing cutting-edge algorithms from discoveries in neuroscience to better understand the brain’s perceptual inference and decision making, along with the many challenges. Dr. Tolias and his lab have one goal: to harness the algorithmic power of the visual system to generate the most cutting-edge algorithms to better analyze data and gain deeper insights into the mysterious and mathematical complexities of the most evolutionarily advanced sensory organ.
Breaking the Stigma and Breaking Down Barriers in LGBTQ Healthcare Access Inequalities
Dr. Kauth will talk about his research in LGBT Veteran health, involvement in LGBTQ advocacy, educational career, and trajectory. We’ll ask him about his involvement with the Montrose Center on the Board of Directors and current efforts to support the LGBTQ community. We will also discuss issues that members of the LGBTQ community have accessing proper healthcare and the role of stigma in quality of care.
Research, Education, and the Art of Ballroom Dancing with Dr. Sandra Haudek
Dr. Haudek will discuss her journey from a career in research to clinical education at BCM. We will learn about the Foundations Basic to the Science of Medicine course, and a little more of the personal history of the woman behind it. We will also discuss wellness, her dancing hobby, and her past experiences with stem cell research.
Pediatrics and The Core Clerkship Curriculum
Dr. Fielder will talk about the experiences and turning points that led her to pursue pediatrics and emergency medicine. She will talk about her role as the director of the pediatric clerkship at Baylor and what considerations she has when designing the curriculum. She will explain what interests her about teaching, and what she hopes students will take away from their clerkship.
Hospital medicine, teaching, and working at Baylor College of Medicine
Dr. Sargsyan will tell us all about his life as a hospitalist, residency director, and educator to BCM medical students. We will ask him about how he works through complicated cases and how to think through differential diagnoses. He will also share what it is like to work in the same place that he went to medical school and how BCM has changed since he was in school.
Transition Medicine Clinic and Care For IDD Patients
Exploring the role of the Baylor Transition Medicine Clinic for providing care for patients with IDD: exploring the challenges, marking current progress, and discussing the future of IDD. Join us on this episode to learn from Dr. John Berens on how to better care for patients with IDD as they transition from pediatric to adult medicine.