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Once a Scientist
61 minutes | Aug 4, 2021
52. Rocket scientist and entrepreneur, Neal Bloom, on building startup ecosystems
Episode 52. Neal Bloom is CEO at Rising Tide Partners, Managing Partner at Interlock Capital, and Founder and CEO at Fresh Brewed Tech. He's also a UCSD graduate, San Diego evangelist, and host of the Tacos & Tech podcast.
70 minutes | Jul 28, 2021
51. Inscopix CEO, Kunal Ghosh, on entrepreneurship and mentorship
Episode 51. Kunal Ghosh is Founder and CEO at Inscopix. Kunal completed his Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering at University of Pennsylvania and a Master's degree and PhD in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University.
83 minutes | Jul 21, 2021
50. [Former] PhD student, Alisa Atkins, on the intersection between art and science
Episode 50. Alisa Atkins is a technical sales consultant at Miltenyi Biotec. She completed her undergraduate in Molecular Biology at UC Berkeley and her PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health.
75 minutes | Jul 7, 2021
49. Venture partner, Richard Ransohoff, on the importance of diverse experiences
Episode 49. Richard Ransohoff is a Venture Partner at Third Rock Ventures and interim Chief Medical Officer at Abata Therapeutics. Richard is a physician-scientist. He completed his undergraduate degree at Bard College and his MD at Case Western Reserve University.
68 minutes | Apr 7, 2021
48. Vanderbilt Professor, Cody Siciliano, on developing a passion and the value of community college
Episode 48. Cody Siciliano is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacology at Vanderbilt University. Cody is a neuroscientist and did a postdoc at MIT, PhD at Wake Forest and his undergrad degrees at Binghamton University and Sullivan County Community College.
64 minutes | Mar 10, 2021
47. Founder of FreeThePhD, Vay Cao, on the psychology behind interviewing
Episode 47. Vania (Vay) Cao is a clinical specialty liaison at the Mayo Clinic. She did her undergrad in microbiology at Penn State University and her PhD in neuroscience at Brown University (woot woot!!!)
119 minutes | Mar 4, 2021
46. Director of Corporate Development, Carlos Loya, on how BD works and the promise of advanced medicines
Episode 46. Carlos Loya is the Global Commercial Lead and Director of Business Development at Praxis. He did his bachelor's degree in biochemistry at New Mexico State University and a PhD in neurobiology at Harvard.
63 minutes | Feb 10, 2021
45. Former Senate Chief of Staff, Mark Bayer, on combatting alternative facts
Episode 45. Mark Bayer is the President of Bayer Strategic Consulting. Mark is a former Chief of Staff in the US House of Representatives and in the US Senate. He did his undergraduate work at Cornell and holds a Master of Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School.
108 minutes | Jan 27, 2021
44. Wiley Editor, Jeremy Petravicz, on brains, glia, and staying close to science
Episode 44. Jeremy Petravicz is an editor at Wiley Publishing. Jeremy did his PhD in neuroscience at UNC Chapel Hill and a postdoc at MIT.
75 minutes | Jan 20, 2021
43. Public health physician, Linda Arogundade, on vaccine deployment and the importance of public health
Episode 43. Linda Arogundade is an Edward S. Mason Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School. She was a technical consultant at the West Africa Health Organization. did a masters degree at Brandeis, and her medical degree at University of Ibadan
78 minutes | Jan 6, 2021
42. Investment banker, Charlie Caldwell, on life sciences consulting and the business side of science
Episode 42. Charlie Caldwell is a Healthcare Investment Banker at Salem Partners and previously worked in life sciences consulting at ZS Associates. After completing an undergraduate degree at Vassar College, Charlie did MS and PhD at University of Southern California.
61 minutes | Jan 1, 2021
Bonus Ep: 2020 Round-up with Kim Edwards
Kim Edwards is my lovely, funny, and all-around awesome partner. We talk about the crazy events of 2020, in society and in our lives.
111 minutes | Dec 9, 2020
41. Binghamton neuroscientist, David Jentsch, on tackling systemic change
Episode 41. David Jentsch is a Professor of Psychology at Binghamton University. David completed his PhD at Yale, a postdoc at University of Pittsburgh, and completed his undergrad at Johns Hopkins University.
60 minutes | Dec 2, 2020
40. JHU PHutures director, Roshni Rao, on the strengths and challenges of international training
Episode 40. Roshni Rao is the Director of the PHutures program at Johns Hopkins University. Roshni did a PhD in Biomedical Sciences at the University of South Carolina and a postdoc at the FDA. She completed her undergrad at St. Joseph's College at Bangalore University and a PGDipSci at the University of Otago, respectively.
95 minutes | Nov 18, 2020
39. Neuroscientist-turned-bioinformaticist, Alex Naka, on doing an industry postdoc and the culture of science
Episode 39. Alex Naka is a bioinformaticist and computational biologist at Coda Biotherapeutics. Alex completed his undergrad at Northwestern, a PhD in neuroscience at UC Berkeley, and a postdoc at Genentech.
79 minutes | Nov 11, 2020
38. UCSD professor, Ashley Juavinett, on teaching, coding, and why neuroscience is the best science
Episode 38. Ashley Juavinett is an Assistant Teaching Professor at UC San Diego. She did her undergraduate degree at Lafayette College, PhD at UC San Diego, and postdoc at Cold Spring Harbor.
74 minutes | Nov 4, 2020
37. Cognitive scientist, Rose Hendricks, on the science of science communication
Episode 37. Rose Hendricks is a Kavli Civic Science Fellow at the American Society for Cell Biology. Rose did her PhD in cognitive science at UC San Diego and bachelor's degree at Vassar College.
92 minutes | Oct 28, 2020
36. JPL geophysicist, Fernando Paolo, on breaking stereotypes and the influence of strong women in his life
Episode 36. Fernando Paolo is a postdoc in geophysical data science at NASA JPL. He did his PhD in oceanography at UC San Diego and Scripps, and his bachelor and master's degrees at University of Sao Paulo
87 minutes | Oct 21, 2020
35. DoD contractor, Emily Kuehn, on re-imagining STEM education
Episode 35. Emily Kuehn is a Senior Program Analyst at Strategic, working with the US Department of Defense on STEM education and outreach. Emily did her PhD in neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University, a postdoc at Walter Reed, and her undergraduate at Kalamazoo College.
74 minutes | Oct 14, 2020
34. Mental health advocate, Fay Lin, on using Twitter to drive change
Episode 34. Fay Lin is a PhD candidate in Biochemistry at UCLA. She did her undergraduate in biology at NYU.
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