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Genetically Podified is a podcast about all things Genetically Modified! Join Roberta and James for weekly episodes discussing the goods, the bads, and the uglies of GM. Roberta and James are PhD students, GM experts, and passionate about explaining the positives and highlighting the negatives of GM. Come set sail with them on this voyage of learning and laughs!
This initial series showcases ASHG members from various career stages discussing their professional paths and providing insight and reflection on careers in genetics. Please note that this content was recorded in early 2020, before the US outbreak of COVID-19. Please excuse any reference that is no longer accurate or unhealthy due to current effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Professional Practice and Social Implications (PPSI) Committee member Amy Lemke, PhD, MS discusses DNA-10k, her training that's ranged from genetic counseling to mixed methods research, and the most rewarding aspects of her job.ASHG Digital Programs tarafından oluşturuldu
Explore the career of Beth Tuck, MA where she gets to experience the intersection of biotechnology and fashion from the world's first community lab, the benefits and skill building that comes with the ASHG fellowship, and even get a few tips on how to share your science with others.ASHG Digital Programs tarafından oluşturuldu
Get to know PPSI’s Kyle Brothers, MD, PhD while he discusses the path to a career involving bioethics, a love for science fiction, and more serious things like genetic determinism and the difficulty of involving a community in the discussion of future genetics issues.ASHG Digital Programs tarafından oluşturuldu
What’s it like to finish your PhD? Find out with Mila Mirceta, PhD as she discusses her work with Genetically Speaking’s host, Chris Gunter, PhD, and they dive into other topics like ASHG committees, the benefits of a good hobby, and advice for Trainees.ASHG Digital Programs tarafından oluşturuldu
Tune in to listen to Charles Lee, PhD from The Jackson Lab, along with our host, Chris Gunter, PhD, and hear what Dr. Lee describes as, "the biggest challenge of running a lab," as well as what rewards mentors gain from working with Trainees.ASHG Digital Programs tarafından oluşturuldu
Sit down with Katrina Goddard, PhD and discuss the highlights of a research career from mid-career fellowships, the impact of research, and the recent challenges of a collaborative cancer study. Tune in with Chris Gunter, PhD to find out more.ASHG Digital Programs tarafından oluşturuldu
Andrew Landstrom, MD, PhD talks living out passion, discussing the uncertainties of genetic testing in the clinic, and the exciting future of diagnostics in medicine. All that and more with OPPE chair, Chris Gunter, PhD.ASHG Digital Programs tarafından oluşturuldu
Wendy Chung MD, PhD breaks down what it's like to work with families in science, the importance of looking ahead when choosing your field of study now, and the importance of a good mentor. All that and more with interviewer, Chris Gunter, PhD.ASHG Digital Programs tarafından oluşturuldu
This episode is a deep dive into C-GEM's scientific teamwork software infrastructure ("GEM-NET"), whose design and setup instructions were published as an article in ACS Central Science (Gaffney et al. 2019). Today's discussion is led by C-GEM Project Coordinator Sarah Smaga who speaks with team members and article co-authors Stephen Gaffney, Jeffr…
In our third podcast, Jeffrey Townsend interviews Rhiju Das, an Associate Professor of Biochemistry at Stanford University and the newest team member of the Center for Genetically Encoded Materials. Jeff talks to Rhiju about his 'citizen science' video game EteRNA, which he has turned into a massive open laboratory to advance science. This intervie…
In our second podcast, Jeffrey Townsend interviews Alanna Schepartz, the head of the Center for Genetically Encoded Materials. Alanna discusses the science behind the Center, and the ways in which its leading edge biochemical research could create startling new possibilities in materials science. This interview was recorded on the June 13, 2018.C-G…
In our first podcast, Ellen Kan, staff reporter at the Yale Daily News, interviews Jeffrey Townsend about the new Center for Genetically Encoded Materials. We cover what the Center is, what it will be doing, and what technologies it could lead to. This interview was recorded on the 19th of September, 2017.…
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