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The STEMology Podcast
29 minutes | Apr 7, 2022
Professionalism & Success
Professionalism is an incredibly important skill when navigating different environments and career options. Patrick Mitchell, the VP of HR at SIMR joins me to chat about professionalism in different settings and its link to a successful career.
31 minutes | Mar 30, 2022
Medical Research in Medical School
In preparation for becoming a medical student, with my past research experiences in mind, I had some questions about what I could expect from research opportunities in medical school. Lauren and Som, year 3 medical students, offered to describe their experiences and give some advice!
39 minutes | Mar 19, 2022
Mental Health and Wellness in Academia
The STEMology Podcast presents Josefina Doffo, PhD, a postdoctoral researcher, and Julia Gaughan, a mental health specialist, as this weeks’ guest speakers. In this episode, Josefina, Julia, and I discuss ways to maintain mental health and wellness as a student in academic environments. Listen now to hear our advice and learn from our experiences!
33 minutes | Mar 6, 2022
Blast to the Past
Augusto Ortega Granillo, a PhD student at the Stowers Institute for Medical Research, joins me in this full episode of things we wish we knew before attending college, or in Augusto's case, beginning graduate studies. What are some of the best lessons you have learned on your journey?
26 minutes | Feb 26, 2022
Welcome back to The STEMology Podcast! As we start off season two Alynah, and her guests, Camila Behrensen and Enya Dewars, look back at 2021 and discuss their exciting goals for 2022!
50 minutes | Dec 31, 2020
39 - Minorities in STEM - Part 2
If part one left you wanting more, fear not! Alynah, Dr. Bradley, and Keisha join again for part two of the Minorities in STEM storyline. Hear from these three women of color and each of their unique experiences. This is an episode you DO NOT want to miss! ✨There is a surprise at the end!✨
38 minutes | Dec 21, 2020
38 - Minorities in STEM - Part 1
No matter your goals or path or whatever glass ceiling people have built for you, it is endlessly significant for you to continue forward. Janae, Keisha, and Alynah explore the environment that surrounds minorities in the various STEM fields. Janae and Keisha, as two black women who have spent years working towards their biomedical engineering doctorates, have a few things to say. Join the conversation in this episode of The STEMology Podcast for a topic that continues to increase in importance and awareness around the globe. Download now!
30 minutes | Dec 13, 2020
37 - The Princeton Review (TPR)
Robert Franek, the Editor-in-Chief of The Princeton Review, stars in the 37th episode of the STEMology Podcast with Alynah. Rob talks about his experience as a tutor for TPR and what he noticed best helps students succeed while studying for those tough standardized exams. Are you interested in gaining motivation and taking that next step in your academic career? Download episode 37 now!
41 minutes | Dec 6, 2020
36 - PreMed Prep #7
Alas, this is the last episode in the PreMed Prep Series! Dr. Welchert, Emma and Alynah tackle topics such as the AAMC primary and secondary applications, gap years, and what to do if you have a criminal record! Download now!
32 minutes | Nov 29, 2020
35 - Imposter Syndrome
With all the surprises 2020 has had recently, we should remember that our successes and achievements were well earned. Where you are and where you're working to be is something to be proud of. Keep it up, and keep working hard. Cole Marvin joins Alynah this Sunday at 12pm in an exciting episode you do not want to miss!
37 minutes | Nov 22, 2020
34 - PreMed Prep #6
Dr. Tammy Welchert, Emma Helm and Alynah are back in the studio this week to give advice on writing a personal statement and practicing for your upcoming medical school interview! It gets real in this episode! Download to hear more ✨
23 minutes | Nov 15, 2020
33 -Becoming a Scientist
Dr. Ted White, researcher and Dean of the School of Biological and Chemical Sciences at UMKC, takes us through his journey of becoming a scientist. Collaboration and innovation are significant attractions to the field. There is so much great advice that I can't wait for you to hear! Download to hear the full episode!
20 minutes | Nov 8, 2020
32 - PreMed Prep #5
This is number 5 in the PreMed Prep Series! There are only two episodes left to wrap up, but in this special episode, Alynah and Emma return to talk with you about undergraduate research, internships, and give a few study techniques and ideas to keep you all motivated until the end of the semester! (only a few weeks away!) You've got this!
24 minutes | Nov 1, 2020
31 - Working Students
If you're considering maintaining a job while taking classes as a STEM major, listen to this episode! Quinton Anderson and Alynah discuss the rewards and detriments that working presents to young students. There is a lot of great advice from two organized planners who have been working all throughout their undergraduate degrees! Download for some great advice!
30 minutes | Oct 25, 2020
30 - PreMed Prep #4
🥳 We have made it to the BIG 3-0!! This episode is all things MCAT! Listen for details on the one exam we all love to stress over. Which part of the MCAT are you most nervous about? Comment below!
28 minutes | Oct 18, 2020
29 - Athletes in STEM
Joshua Sanders and Maxwell Selbach are in the studio this week to talk about the rewards and sacrifices that are associated with the choice to become a student athlete pursuing a STEM degree. These two offer some great advice and good laughs. Leave comments and questions about this episode below!
32 minutes | Oct 11, 2020
28 - PreMed Prep #3
Welcome to the 3rd episode in the PreMed Prep Series! Alynah and Emma return to tackle FIVE huge topics in the journey towards medical school. These include shadowing, volunteering, clinical experiences, letters of recommendation, and last, but not least, budgeting. There is so much information within this episode. Thank you for listening! I'd love to hear where you are in the process & what I can do to help you get to where you want to be, so comment below!
31 minutes | Oct 4, 2020
27 - Biotechs
Dr. David Tung PhD, returns to The STEMology Podcast this week to discuss biotechs! Alynah and David review how to gain experiences to work in the field, how to begin your career after graduating, and the types of things to consider before accepting a position within a biotech institution. Download to hear insightful advice from Dr. Tung!
23 minutes | Sep 27, 2020
26 - PreMed Prep #2
This is the second episode in the PreMed Prep series! Alynah and Emma review the application cycle timeline as well as answer some important questions premeds have. Some of these questions are when to begin strategically planning for which & how many schools they should apply to, and what it means to 'fit' the mission statement of a medical institution they admire.
21 minutes | Sep 20, 2020
25 - QUICK Research with Som Singh
I had the pleasure to speak with creator, researcher, and current UMKC med student, Som Singh, in this episode of the STEMology Podcast. Som has an incredible story of self-advocacy, intersectionality, and hard work. From high school to medical school to international research company owner, Som has experiences I can't wait to share! Subscribe for more inspiring autobiographies!
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