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Each week on BEaTS Research Radio at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute, early-career scientists and investigators deep dive into the ever-changing, rapidly evolving world of Science in one-on-one conversations with some of the planet's most brilliant Scientists, breaking down the science in terms you can understand
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Nicole Chu from the University of Ottawa speaks with Dr. Rosalin Miles. Dr. Miles is an active community member of the Lytton First Nation and a Research Associate in the Indigenous Health and Physical Activity program at The University of British Columbia School of Kinesiology. Her research focuses on the promotion of Indigenous health and wellnes…
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Ryan Tu speaks with Dr. Emmanuel Stamatakis, a professor of physical activity, lifestyle, and population health at the University of Sydney, and a NHMRC Leadership 2 Fellow. Dr. Stamatakis focuses on cohort study-based research to correlate physical exercise to health. In this episode, Dr. Stamatakis explains his role in the Prospective Physical Ac…
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Jinane El-Hage from the University of Ottawa interviews Dr. Martin Gibala from the University of McMaster. Dr. Gibala is a professor of kinesiology, and his research focuses on the beneficial effects of exercise at the molecular to whole body level in both healthy individuals and those with chronic diseases. Dr. Gibala and his team are renowned for…
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Deyanira Hernandez from the University of Ottawa interviews Dr. Catherine Sabiston, an exercise and health psychology professor at the University of Toronto. Dr. Sabiston holds a Canada Research Chair in physical activity and mental health to conduct research on understanding physical activity, motivation, and mental health, including body image, p…
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Armita Kalani from the Translational and Molecular Medicine (TMM) program at the University of Ottawa interviews Dr. Shawn Beug on behalf of her team for the TMM4950 Science Communication course. Dr. Shawn Beug is a Scientist at the CHEO Research Institute and an Assistant Professor at the University of Ottawa. Dr. Beug’s research group focuses on …
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Megan Verma from the University of Ottawa interviews Dr. Ian Colman for the TMM4950 Science Communication podcast assignment. Dr. Colman is a professor in the School of Epidemiology and Public Health at the University of Ottawa, and he directs the Applied Psychiatric Epidemiology Across the Life-course (APEAL) Lab. In this episode, Megan explores D…
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Areej Khanotia, a student in the Translational and Molecular Medicine program at the University of Ottawa interviews Dr. Patrick Fafard. Dr. Fafard is a full professor and also serves in leadership roles for the Global Strategy Lab at York University and the University of Ottawa, the Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics, the Institute for Scien…
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Alzheimer's is a disease unique in the lack of treatment dand diagnostic techniques aimed at mitigating it's effects. To address these issues, researchers at Dr. Clifford Cassidy’s neuroscience lab are investigating the use of novel imaging techniques that have great potential to improve both our understanding of molecular mechanisms underlying Alz…
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This episode of Beats Radio, hosted by Danyaal Ansari, written by Shay Patel, produced by Hasssan Taleb, and edited by Anas Khoja, features an in-depth discussion with immunology expert Dr. Michele Ardolino from the University of Ottawa and the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute. The conversation centers around the fascinating interplay between the…
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In the latest episode of 'Neural Networks,' your Neural Networks host Lillian Abebe, a passionate advocate for neuroscience and neurophilosophy, engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Dr. Georg Northoff. As a distinguished philosopher, neuroscientist, and psychiatrist leading the Mind, Brain, and Neuroethics Research Unit at the Royal Ins…
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In this episode, Dr. Luca Pellegrini is interviewed by Olivia Hillier, with narration by Andrew Cao, from the University of Ottawa. Dr. Pellegrini is a new professor in the department of Biochemistry, Microbiology, and Immunology and is an expert on mitochondria and inter-organelle contacts. He joins us to discuss his team’s most recent paper, publ…
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Amy Stewart from the University of Ottawa speaks with Dr. Marta Cerruti, a professor in the Department of Mining and Materials Engineering at McGill University, a prominent figure in the research field of bio-synthetic materials, and the team leader of the Bio-Interface lab. As of today, Dr. Cerruti is the co-director of the McGill Institute for Ad…
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Nandini Biyani from the Translational and Molecular Medicine program at the University of Ottawa interviews Dr. Leila Mostaço-Guidolin, an assistant professor at Carleton University in the Department of Systems and Computer Engineering. With a focus in 3D-bioprinting, Dr. Mostaço-Guidolin leads a tissue engineering and bioimaging lab. In today's po…
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Zachary Mitchell from the University of Ottawa speaks with Angelico Obille, a PhD candidate at the University of Toronto Institute of Biomedical Engineering in the Biological & Bioinspired Materials Laboratory. Tune in to learn more about their research on proteins involved in freshwater mussel adhesion and how this can be applied to develop new me…
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Siyona Kassel, a Translational and Molecular Medicine student at the University of Ottawa, interviews Dr. Juan Valerio Cauich-Rodriguez. Dr. Cauich-Rodriguez is a researcher at the Centro de Investigación Científica de Yucatán in Mexico, possessing a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Chemistry, a Masters in Polymer Science & Technology, and a PhD i…
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Fiona Haugen of the University of Ottawa speaks with Dr. Smita Pakhale of the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute about the impact of health inequities on the development of obstructive lung diseases in urban poor populations. Dr. Pakhale is a Senior Scientist, staff respirologist at The Ottawa Hospital, and associate professor at the University of …
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Devin Brain from the University of Ottawa interviews Dr. May Griffith. Dr. May Griffith is a lead researcher at Université de Montreal and holds a Canada Research Chair in Biomaterials and Stem Cell Ophthalmology. She is one of the brilliant minds behind the development of LiQD Cornea, an injectable liquid that gels in the eye to help heal corneal …
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Meron Samuel Demissie from the University of Ottawa speaks with Dr. Jean-François Couture, Full Professor and Chair in the Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa. Tune in to learn more about their studies on structural biology and epigenetics to understand the importance of sma…
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Anabella Nakhle from the University of Ottawa interviews Dr. Stephanie Willerth. Dr. Stephanie Willerth is the CEO of Axolotl Biosciences, a 3D bioprinting company in Victoria, BC. She is also a a Canada research chair and full professor of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Victoria, and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Missouri.…
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Rama El Hakim from the University of Ottawa speaks with Dr. Doug Coyle, Professor at the University of Ottawa in the School of Epidemiology and Public Health. Listen in to learn about Dr. Coyle's recent work in CJC Open, which determines that lifesaving drug Canakinumab needs a cost reduction of 91% to be feasible in Canada. Learn more: https://med…
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Hannah Deyell from the University of Ottawa interviews Dr. Adam Rudner on his current research and experience. Dr. Adam Rudner is an Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa in the Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology, a member of the SEA-PHAGES and SEA-GENES programs, and the coordiantor of uOttawa Phage Hunters. The prim…
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Félix Labonté, an undergraduate student in the Translational and Molecular Medecine program at the University of Ottawa speaks with Dr. Dylan Burger. Dr. Burger is an associate professor at The University of Ottawa in The Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, cross-appointed member in the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, and an investiga…
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In this special episode, Dr. Gabriela Ghisi talks about the educational component and its impact on cardiac rehabilitation, the challenges of cardiac rehabilitation programs across the globe, and the advancements of the International Council of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation. Learn more: https://kite-uhn.com/scientist/gabriela---melo-…
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Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) is a devastating genetic disease that causes muscle weakness and atrophy (shrinking of muscles) in children. There is currently no cure for this disease; however, base editing, a type of gene therapy, provides potential. Dr. Rasthmi Kothary is the Deputy Scientific Director and Senior Scientist at the Ottawa Hospital R…
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Jinane E. from the University of Ottawa interviews Dr. Mete Civelek, a distinguished researcher and professor in the department of biomedical engineering at the University of Virginia. Dr. Civelek’s research focuses on studying the complex interactions between genes and the environment that increase the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Dr…
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Nicole Chu from the University of Ottawa speaks with Sarah Groom, a Life Sciences recruitment professional and leader of the Pharmaceutical & Life Sciences recruitment division at Groom & Associates. Sarah holds Bachelor’s and Masters degrees in medical chemistry from the University of Ottawa. In this episode, Sarah gives us an introduction of GROO…
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Nicole Chu from the University of Ottawa speaks with Dr. Michael Laflamme, a Senior Scientist at the McEwen Stem Cell Institute in the University Health Network in Toronto. Dr. Laflamme holds the Robert McEwen Chair in Cardiac Regenerative Medicine and the Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Cardiovascular Regenerative Medicine. In this episode, he spe…
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Nicole Chu from the University of Ottawa speaks with Dr. James Fang, Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of Utah School of Medicine. Dr. Fang completed Cardiovascular Medicine and Advanced Heart Failure/Transplant Cardiology fellowships at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital. In this episode, he gives us a closer insight into heart fail…
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Deyanira Hdez. del Tecnológico de Monterrey habla con el Dr. Argel Aguilar. El Dr. Argel es profesor e investigador del departamento de Neurociencia de la Universidad de Carleton, Canadá. El laboratorio del Dr. Argel Aguilar, en la Universidad de Carleton, investiga los mecanismos moleculares que subyacen a los trastornos psiquiátricos y del neurod…
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Jinane Elhage from the University of Ottawa interviews Dr. Soheila Karimi from the University of Manitoba. Dr. Soheila Karimi a Professor at the University of Manitoba in the Department of Physiology and Pathophysiology and the founding director of the Manitoba Multiple Sclerosis Research Centre. The primary research focuses of her team include the…
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