18 episodes

It’s almost impossible to overstate how many aspects of daily life are impacted by science. From technologies that help ensure the quality of the water we drink, to medicines that deliver lifesaving treatments – it’s all thanks to science. Each month, join Ron O’Brien, a science enthusiast from Thermo Fisher Scientific, the world leader in serving science, as he talks to experts who are on the cutting-edge of redefining how we exist. This is Science with a Twist.

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    • 4.5 • 26 Ratings

It’s almost impossible to overstate how many aspects of daily life are impacted by science. From technologies that help ensure the quality of the water we drink, to medicines that deliver lifesaving treatments – it’s all thanks to science. Each month, join Ron O’Brien, a science enthusiast from Thermo Fisher Scientific, the world leader in serving science, as he talks to experts who are on the cutting-edge of redefining how we exist. This is Science with a Twist.

    Patient Perspectives: CAR-T Cell Therapy

    Patient Perspectives: CAR-T Cell Therapy

    On this episode of Science With a Twist, Ron O’Brien interviews Matthew Moon, a CAR-T cell therapy recipient who was able to beat leukemia thanks to the advances in the field. Matthew and Ron discuss the timeline of health-related events that led to Matthew’s diagnosis and his unique journey to find a life-saving cell therapy clinical trial.

    After speaking with Matthew, Ron interviews Stephen Majors, Director of Public Affairs at the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine. Stephen gives Ron an overview of the Alliance’s advocacy efforts to expand patient accessibility and their initiatives to fund cell therapy research.

    • 22 min
    Sustainability: What is it and why should we care?

    Sustainability: What is it and why should we care?

    On this special Earth-Day episode of Science With a Twist, Ron O’Brien speaks with Emelia DeForce, Field Applications Scientist for Laboratory Plastics & Essentials at Thermo Fisher Scientific. Emelia and Ron chat about sustainability, what it means, and why we should all care about it.

    • 13 min
    COVID-19: Why We Need to Continue Testing

    COVID-19: Why We Need to Continue Testing

    Manoj Gandhi, Sr. Medical Director at Thermo Fisher Scientific, interviews Dr. Stephen Morse, professor of epidemiology at Columbia University. Manoj and Stephen address the doubts expressed by the general public regarding testing for COVID-19 and the need for continued testing even as vaccination rates continue to increase.

    • 28 min
    Breath Biopsy: Non-invasive analysis of biomarkers in early detection and precision medicine

    Breath Biopsy: Non-invasive analysis of biomarkers in early detection and precision medicine

    Billy Boyle, CEO of Owlstone Medical, sits down with Ron O'Brien to talk about breath biopsy. This technology provides an entirely new way to access this information by collecting and analyzing breath samples.

    • 16 min
    The Just Project: Facilitating the Safe Reopening of HBCUs

    The Just Project: Facilitating the Safe Reopening of HBCUs

    Social and economic inequality has made minority communities more prone to contracting SARS-COV-2; the virus that causes COVID-19. One of those severely affected is the black community in the United States. On this episode of Science With a Twist, Fred Lowery, Senior Vice President and President of Life Sciences Solutions and Laboratory Products at Thermo Fisher Scientific, interviews Dr. James Hildreth, American immunologist and academic administrator. Fred and James discuss the “Just Project”, a multipronged effort to help address the coronavirus crisis, which has disproportionately impacted communities of color.

    • 23 min
    Twindemic: How the Seasonal Flu Collides with the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Twindemic: How the Seasonal Flu Collides with the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Ron O'Brien speaks with Dr. Stephen Young, an expert in Microbiology, with a background in pathology, virology, and infectious diseases. They discuss what we should know during the potential viral storm produced by the collision of the seasonal flu and the COVID-19 pandemic.

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

SuHe82 ,

Great Podcast

This podcast series addresses a great variety of scientific topics in a very interesting way so that everyone can understand and follow.
I very much enjoy the speakers and the topics!

Togle0 ,

Very interesting and top notch speakers

This podcast is interesting because it gives you an inside perspective into a variety of areas in the biotech industry. The speakers have so far been very knowledgeable and experienced. I would recommend to anyone interested in knowing more about how biotech affects our everyday lives.

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Amazing!!

Great listen! Highly recommend

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