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Podcasts

December

  • Tune in to the latest episode of "No Easy Answers in Bioethics" the Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences podcast: Social Determinants of Health in Medical Education: Ajegba, Bogdan-Lovis, and Kelly-Blake – Episode 18.
  • Tune in to "This Rural Mission," a podcast hosted by our Leadership in Rural Medicine Program. In the episode “People are People No Matter...” Julia Terhune talks with hospitals, providers and persons trying to have an impact on opioid use and overuse in Michigan.
  • Tune in to "This Rural Mission," a podcast hosted by our Leadership in Rural Medicine Program. In the episode “A Rural Connection,” we hear from experts on bringing fiber internet to rural Michigan, and Dr. Edward Smith who dsicusses why advocating for remote areas as a physician is so important.

November

OCTOBER

SEPTEMBER

  • Joel Maurer, MD, Assistant Dean of Admissions, was invited to discuss med school admissions and the college on "All Access: Med School Admissions," hosted by Christian Essman.

  • Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, director of the Michigan State University-Hurley Children's Hospital Pediatric Public Health Initiative, was featured in episode 8 of the CDC Foundation podcast, Contagious Conversations: "An Advocate for Flint." 

AUGUST

July

June

  • Valerie Taglione MD, Leadership in Rural Medicine Upper Peninsula graduate, was featured this month on Rural Health Leadership Radio
  • Dean Beauchamp was featured on a recent episode of MSU Today with Russ White to discuss the college's mission, the Shared Discovery Curriculum, biomedical research initiatives and more.
  • Laura Y. Cabrera, PhD, was featured on SparkDialog's Episode 63: Deep Brain Stimulation.
  • Karen Kelly-Blake, PhD, assistant professor, Ade Olomu, MD, MS, professor of medicine, and Bill Hart-Davidson, PhD, professor in the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures, were featured in Episode 15: Activating and Empowering Patients of the Center for Ethics and Humanities in Life Sciences' podcast "No Easy Answers in Bioethics."

May

  • Joel Maurer, assistant dean for Admissions, was featured on a recent episode of All Access: Medical School Admissions. Maurer discussed the admissions process, the school's community-based model, mission-focused selection factors and the Shared Discovery Curriculum.
  • Honglei Chen, PhD, epidemiologist, was featured on Australian Broadcasting's RN show to discuss research that links a poor sense of smell and an increased risk of death.
  • Tune in to the latest episode of "No Easy Answers in Bioethics" the Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences podcast: Why I donated a Kidney to a Stranger

April

February

January

  • Dr. Henry Barry participated in a podcast discussion about the results of the 3 ASPREE aspirin trials, whether omega-3 oil prevents CV events and a new biologic agent for migraine.
  • Tune in to the latest podcast episode of "No Easy Answers in Bioethics" to hear Dr. Devan Stahl and Dr. Tom Tomlinson discuss clinical and legal perspectives on brain death.