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Originally envisioned as a 20 episode podcast series, we are completing the podcast with a 2-part special episode on human trafficking. In Part 1, Vijeta interviews Dr. Hanni Stoklosa of HEAL Trafficking. As an emergency medicine physician, she discusses why human trafficking should be viewed through a public health lens. She discusses her own expe…
 
In this episode, Case Confirmed interviews Andrew Cross, engineer and CEO of Everwell Health. We talk about tuberculosis (a bacterial infection of the lungs)and how Everwell Health is helping patients adhere to the TB treatment protocol. TB treatment involves a long-term antibiotic regimen under the observation of a healthcare provider, which can m…
 
Meera asks Dr. Jagpreet Chhatwal about his COVID-19 simulator tool, which uses mathematical modeling to forecast the spread of COVID-19. In this episode, he also gives great career advice to public health students about their future careers. Dr. Chhatwal is the Associate Director of the MGH Institute for Technology Assessment and an Assistant Profe…
 
Microfluidics is a new frontier in science with the potential to vastly transform healthcare. Check out this Case Confirmed interview where Meera talks with Dr. Katharine Elvira, chemist and Canada Research Chair for New Materials and Techniques in Health Applications, and learn more about this disruptive and innovative field. Potential application…
 
How has the COVID-19 pandemic shaped how we think about tracking infectious diseases? On this episode, Dina interviews Inder Singh, founder and CEO of Kinsa, a smart thermometer and data mapping software that can detect, in real time, where illness is spreading. Kinsa's data is verified to see illness trends over 2 weeks before the CDC. This conver…
 
On this episode, Meera and Vijeta interview Jessi Kneeland to discuss body image and public health. Jessi Kneeland is a certified life coach and clinical sexologist, on a mission to help folks break free from body image issues, body anxiety, and body hatred. By digging deep into the root causes of their body image issues, she helps people move towa…
 
What are the latest innovations in biomedical testing? Meera interviews Dr. Aysha Akhtar, a double-board certified neurologist, preventive medicine specialist, and U.S veteran. For a decade, Dr. Akhtar was a Medical Officer at the Food and Drug Administration. She's currently the President and CEO of the Center for Contemporary Sciences, which inno…
 
On this episode of Case Confirmed, Meera and Dina interviewed Dr. Alister Martin, an emergency medicine physician and hero on the front lines of the pandemic. We talked to him about voting during a pandemic, and his non-profit, non-partisan project called VotER that enables patients to register to vote from emergency rooms nationwide. To learn more…
 
Mincome refers to the Manitoba annual basic income experiment, which took place in the 1970s. In these times of COVID-19, with mental health and economic problems rising in tandem, and with the introduction of stimulus checks, the idea of universal basic income is making more "cents" than ever.What if you received a minimum basic income, regardless…
 
On this episode, Dina interviews Dr. Elaine Fitzgerald Lewis, a maternal & child health expert at the Education Development Center. They discuss the benefits of breastfeeding for both individuals and populations as a whole. They cover the challenges to successful breastfeeding as well as program & policy efforts to support those who choose to feed …
 
In this episode, Meera discusses antibiotic resistance with our guest epidemiologist Dr. Maya Nadimpalli. If we do nothing to change course, our future may involve millions of preventable deaths due to untreatable infections. Common infections that could become more difficult to treat include Staph infections, UTIs, and post-surgical infections. In…
 
In this episode, recorded in 2019, we talked to cardiologist Dr. Jason Wasfy of Massachusetts General Hospital. We discussed his recent research, and asked him how we can turn research insights into action that can improve health care. His research interests include evaluation of the patient impact of changes in health policy, variation analyses, n…
 
This interview explores the mechanisms of abortion-related legal frameworks in the United States, and the intersection between public health and abortion-related laws. A health law expert and professor of law, Nicole Huberfeld offers clear insight and perspective. This episode was recorded in May 2019, and is current to that date.…
 
Are modern human societies creating the perfect conditions for a major pandemic of bird flu? In this interview with leading physician and author Dr. Michael Greger, we explore how industrialized animal agriculture systems are a powder keg for new strains of avian influenza (bird flu). His book "Bird Flu: A Virus of Our Own Hatching" discusses the i…
 
On this episode of Case Confirmed, we spoke with Dr. Howard Weiner, a neurologist at Brigham and Women's Hospital. We learned about the connections between gut health and brain disorders. Dr. Weiner is also a filmmaker whose work has been featured at the Tribeca Film Festival. He has a background in philosophy and released a documentary titled "Wha…
 
An interview with expert epidemiologist Dr. Kim Shea, a professor at BU School of Public Health, discusses the flu vaccine. Please note that this episode was recorded in March of 2018 and refers to the previous year's flu season(2017-2018).Case Confirmed tarafından oluşturuldu
 
We interviewed psychiatrist Dr. Arthi Kumaravel about mental health, especially in the context of improving mental health on college campuses. Dr. Kumaravel is an incredibly insightful speaker who received her MD from the University of Pennsylvania.Case Confirmed tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Case Confirmed is a public health podcast series that interviews a different public health expert each month. Episodes are released on the first of the month - stay tuned!The first episode interviews world-renowned epidemiologist Dr. Sandro Galea, who is currently the Dean of BU School of Public Health. He was previously the Chair of Epidemiology a…
 
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