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The Science Of

  • Episode 16 | The Science Of Artificial Intelligence & Biology | Dexter Pratt, Director of Software Development, Ideker Lab at UCSD

    11 APR 2024 · Welcome to "The Science Of" Podcast, where students from the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA sit down with top scientists, doctors, and other leaders in the world of science from the globally renowned UCSD and the UCSD Moores Cancer Center in La Jolla, CA. In this episode, Riley James, Haydee Arancibia-Hardwick, and Jeremiah Bosley sit down to discuss THE SCIENCE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND BIOLOGY with Dexter Pratt, a self-described "old school AI guy" who is now the Director of Software Development at the Ideker Lab at UCSD School of Medicine. The focus of the Ideker Lab is create artificially intelligent, mechanistic models of cancer and neurodegenerative diseases for translation of patient data to precision diagnosis and treatment.  They seek to advance this goal by addressing fundamental questions in the field such as the genetic and molecular networks that promote disease, the charting of these networks, and  how we use knowledge of these networks in intelligent systems for predicting the effects of genotype on phenotype.  He is also a Director of the NDex Project,  a public website where scientists and organizations can share, store, manipulate, and publish biological network knowledge.  Enjoy this episode and get your PODucation on!!  TIME | DISCUSSION 03:30 | About Dexter Pratt 04:25 | Rapid Fire Questions  08:10 | The destiny of his career choice 09:18 | What is AI? 12:18 | His worries about AI 13:35 | What excites him about AI 21:40 | AI and healthcare 24:50 | Ethical connundrums 26:35 | AI and cancer drug discovery 30:35 | Audience questions 41:00 | Futuristic questions 44:40 | AI Emperor for a day...what would he do?  Enjoy this excellent conversation, the "Rapid Fire" questions, and insights on a topic which is top of mind around the world.   Be sure to subscribe to and share "The Science Of" with all of your friends. We appreciate your support. "The Science Of" podcast series is brought to you by the UCSD Moores Cancer Center, SchoolCAST, a division of Cloudcast Media, and the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA. Please learn more about both of our sponsors by visiting: http://www.moorescancercenter.ucsd.edu/ http://www.cloudcastmedia.us
    Ascoltato 49 min.
  • Episode 15 | The Science Of Emotions and Behavior | Dr. Jessica Carrasco, Advanced Postdoctoral Fellow, Jennifer Moreno VA Medical Center

    3 APR 2024 · Welcome to "The Science Of" Podcast, where students from the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA sit down with top scientists, doctors, and other leaders in the world of science from the globally renowned UCSD and the UCSD Moores Cancer Center in La Jolla, CA. In this episode, Riley James, Haydee Arancibia-Hardwick, Jeremiah Bosley and Margaux Stack-Babich from the UCSD Moores Cancer Center, sit down to discuss THE SCIENCE OF EMOTIONS AND BEHAVIOR with Dr. Jessica Carrasco, the proud daughter of Mexican migrants, a first-generation college graduate, and a bilingual and bicultural neuropsychologist. She double majored in Psychology and Spanish from the University of New Mexico and completed a postbaccalaureate program at the National Institute of Mental Health before moving to San Diego for graduate school. Dr. Carrasco recently graduated from the SDSU/ UC San Diego Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Neuropsychology and is currently completing a post-doctorate program at the Jennifer Moreno VA. Her work largely aims at understanding brain-behavior mechanisms underlying serious mental illness in marginalized communities. Enjoy this episode and get your PODucation on!!  TIME | DISCUSSION 03:24 | About Dr. Jessica Carrasco 05:15 | Rapid Fire Questions  09:40 | The destiny of his career choice 11:40 | Neuropschology and clinical psychology explained 15:01 | Her work at the VA 18:38 | First generation college graduate 22:15 | Serving marginalized communities 22:30 | Audience questions 33:50 | A future prognosis 34:40 | If I were healthcare emperor for a day... 35:40 | Advice to young students...take risks!  Enjoy this excellent conversation, the "Rapid Fire" questions, and insights on an issue needing big attention! Be sure to subscribe to and share "The Science Of" with all of your friends. We appreciate your support. "The Science Of" podcast series is brought to you by the UCSD Moores Cancer Center, SchoolCAST, a division of Cloudcast Media, and the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA. Please learn more about both of our sponsors by visiting: http://www.moorescancercenter.ucsd.edu/ http://www.cloudcastmedia.us
    Ascoltato 38 min. 9 sec.
  • Episode 14 | The Science Of Social Needs | Dr. Mateo Banegas, UCSD Moores Cancer Center, UCSD School of Medicine

    15 MAR 2024 · Welcome to "The Science Of" Podcast, where students from the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA sit down with top scientists, doctors, and other leaders in the world of science from the globally renowned UCSD and the UCSD Moores Cancer Center in La Jolla, CA. In this episode, Riley James and Margaux Stack-Babich from the UCSD Moores Cancer Center, sit down to discuss THE SCIENCE OF SOCIAL NEEDS with Dr. Mateo Banegas, an Associate Professor and Co-Director of the Center for Health Equity Education and Research (CHEER) in the Department of Radiation Medicine and Applied Sciences (RMAS) at the UCSD School of Medicine. Trained as a health services researcher, with an emphasis in cancer prevention and control, Dr. Banegas uses quantitative and qualitative methods to investigate the intersection between health care delivery and costs, social determinants of health, and health outcomes for individuals diagnosed with cancer. He is co-Principal Investigator of “Cancer Financial Experience (CAFÉ): clinic-based intervention to address financial hardship for people with cancer, one of the first NCI-funded randomized controlled trials that aims to mitigate financial hardship from cancer.  Dr. Banegas is a Member of the Cancer Control Program at the UCSD Moores Cancer Center and a Senior Affiliate Investigator at the Kaiser Permanente Northwest Center for Health Research. He serves as Vice Chair of the Health Disparities Committee in the Cancer Control Program of the Alliance for Clinical Trials in Oncology.   Enjoy this episode and get your PODucation on!!  TIME | DISCUSSION 02:21 | About Dr. Mateo Banegas 03:10 | Rapid Fire Questions  08:00 | The destiny of his career choice 11:42 | What are social needs?  13:09 | Why it's important to study social needs and healthcare outcomes  16:38 | The importance of asking patients about the social questions 18:48 | The patient information gap  22:49 | The value of community health fairs (kudos to the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA) 24:20 | Important research at the UCSD Moores Cancer Cener  27:19 | The importance of great patient communication  28:32 | A future prognosis 30:20 | If I were healthcare emperor for a day... 32:00 | Advice to young students...take risks!  Enjoy this excellent conversation, the "Rapid Fire" questions, and insights on an issue needing big attention! Be sure to subscribe to and share "The Science Of" with all of your friends. We appreciate your support. "The Science Of" podcast series is brought to you by the UCSD Moores Cancer Center, SchoolCAST, a division of Cloudcast Media, and the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA. Please learn more about both of our sponsors by visiting: http://www.moorescancercenter.ucsd.edu/ http://www.cloudcastmedia.us
    Ascoltato 35 min. 37 sec.
  • Episode 13 | The Science Of Third Hand Smoke | Dr. Georg Matt and Team | Third Hand Smoke Resource Center

    7 MAR 2024 · Welcome to "The Science Of" Podcast, where students from the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA sit down with top scientists, doctors, and other leaders in the world of science from the globally renowned UCSD and the UCSD Moores Cancer Center in La Jolla, CA. In this episode, Riley James and Margaux Stack-Babich from the UCSD Moores Cancer Center, sit down to discuss a topic which many are not familiar with, yet is pervasive - THIRD HAND SMOKE. Listen to Dr. Georg Matt, the Director of the Third Hand Smoke Resource Center, joined by Dr. Lydia Greiner, Dr. Sarah Lavallee, and Christina Huerta, student scholar in the NextGen Smoke and Vape Free Latinx Program, discussing this very challenging health issue. Get your PODucation on!!  TIME | DISCUSSION 03:22 | About Dr. Georg Matt 04:04 | Rapid Fire Questions (for the team) 09:45 | The destiny of his career choice 11:25 | The curiosity about smoke 15:30 | The challenge of getting attention to the issue 19:00 | The long known secret of Big Tobacco 23:00 | The radius and pervasiveness of third hand smoke 31:04 | Sampling and remediation 33:40 | Looking ahead to the future 39:00 | Emperor or Empress for life....what would they do? 42:25 | Advice to young students Enjoy this excellent conversation, the "Rapid Fire" questions, and insights on an issue needing big attention! Be sure to subscribe to and share "The Science Of" with all of your friends. We appreciate your support. "The Science Of" podcast series is brought to you by the UCSD Moores Cancer Center, SchoolCAST, a division of Cloudcast Media, and the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA. Please learn more about both of our sponsors by visiting: http://www.moorescancercenter.ucsd.edu/ http://www.cloudcastmedia.us
    Ascoltato 45 min. 40 sec.
  • Episode 12 | Forty Years Fighting Cancer | Dr. Georgia Sadler, UCSD Moores Cancer Center and UCSD School of Medicine

    24 FEB 2024 · Welcome to "The Science Of" Podcast, where students from the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA sit down with top scientists, doctors, and other leaders in the world of science from the globally renowned UCSD and the UCSD Moores Cancer Center in La Jolla, CA. In this episode, Jeremiah Bosley, Riley James, and Haydee, our student Hosts, sit down to discuss the last 40 years in the world of cancer with Dr. Georgia Sadler, an icon on the UCSD campus, from the medical school to the Moores Cancer Center. Listen to Dr. Sadler's excellent story, journey, perspectives on cancer, and her advice for young students. TIME | DISCUSSION 03:18 | Her journey 04:03 | 1st Gen college grad! 05:00 | Rapid Fire questions 09:43 | The destiny of her career choice 13:00 | A look back at the 1980s and cancer 15:30 | Cancer prevention messaging today 17:00 | Leadership, advocacy, science, technology, and data! 19:45 | The importance of trust 21:00 | Dirt cookies? 22:20 | What takes her breath away 25:44 | Community outrach and poverty connection 28:28 | Thoughts on poverty 29:32 | What inspires her 32:40 | Audience Questions 44:40 | If she was the cancer empress for a day, what would she do? 45:35 | Advice to young students: Just Do It! Enjoy this excellent conversation, the "Rapid Fire" questions, and the live audience participation! Be sure to subscribe to and share "The Science Of" with all of your friends. We appreciate your support. "The Science Of" podcast series is brought to you by the UCSD Moores Cancer Center and SchoolCAST, a division of Cloudcast Media. Please learn more about both of our sponsors by visiting: http://www.moorescancercenter.ucsd.edu/ http://www.cloudcastmedia.us
    Ascoltato 48 min. 9 sec.
  • Episode 10 | 4th Grader Grace and Her Father, Steven, On Her Love of Science and Podcasts

    28 DIC 2023 · Welcome to "The Science Of" Podcast, where students from the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA sit down with top scientists, doctors, and other leaders in the world of science from the globally renowned UC San Diego (UCSD) and the UCSD Moores Cancer Center in La Jolla, CA. In this very special bonus episode, Jeremiah Bosley and Charles Parisi, the CEO of Cloudcast Media, had an incredible improv opportunity to sit down with two members of the Jackie Robinson YMCA, Grace, a 4th grader, and Steven, her father. It all came about as Grace learned that there were scientists "live" at the JRFYMCA to record a podcast - she was so excited that she came back with her Dad and listened to the recording of "The Science Of." We learned that Grace loves both science and podcasts, so it made perfect sense to ask Grace and her Dad to sit down and record an episode. Fortunately, they said yes, and boy, oh boy, did we have an incredible moment! Grace showed us all what the love of science is all about, fueled by an incredible curiosity and brilliance. Thank you, Grace, and kudos to her amazing Dad, Steven. Be sure to subscribe to and share "The Science Of" with all of your friends. We appreciate your support. "The Science Of" podcast series is brought to you by the UCSD Moores Cancer Center and SchoolCAST, a division of Cloudcast Media. Please learn more about both of our sponsors by visiting: http://www.moorescancercenter.ucsd.edu/ http://www.cloudcastmedia.us
    Ascoltato 11 min. 48 sec.
  • Episode 9 | The Science of Clinical Trials and Careers, Pt I | Natalia Ortuno, Clinical Research Coordinator

    12 DIC 2023 · Welcome to "The Science Of" Podcast, where students from the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA sit down with top scientists, doctors, and other leaders in the world of science from the globally renowned UC San Diego (UCSD) and the UCSD Moores Cancer Center in La Jolla, CA. In this episode, Jeremiah Bosley, Riley James, and Abraham, our student Hosts, sit down to discuss the science of CLINICAL TRIALS AND CAREERS with Natalia Ortuno, a Clinical Research Coordinator at Moores Cancer Center. Get to know Natalia and her journey to a career in STEM, her advice for those considering similar pathways, and insights from her job coordinating clinical trials! Enjoy this excellent conversation, the "Rapid Fire" questions, and the live audience participation! Be sure to subscribe to and share "The Science Of" with all of your friends. We appreciate your support. "The Science Of" podcast series is brought to you by the UCSD Moores Cancer Center and SchoolCAST, a division of Cloudcast Media. Please learn more about both of our sponsors by visiting: http://www.moorescancercenter.ucsd.edu/ http://www.cloudcastmedia.us
    Ascoltato 46 min. 23 sec.
  • Episode 8 | Dr. Faith Quenzer, Emergency Medicince Physician, San Ysidro Health; Adjunct Professor, SDSU

    16 NOV 2023 · Welcome to "The Science Of" Podcast, where students from the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA sit down with top scientists, doctors, and other leaders in the world of science from the globally renowned UCSD and the UCSD Moores Cancer Center in La Jolla, CA. In this episode, Jeremiah Bosley, Riley James, and Abraham, our student Hosts, sit down to discuss the science of EMERGENCY MEDICINE with Dr. Faith Quenzer, an Emergency Medicine Physician and Researcher with a demonstrated history of working both in the public health setting & the health care industry. Her areas of interest include US-Mexico border health, infectious disease surveillance, and emergency medicine. She is currently an ER Physician with San Ysidro Health as well as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at San Diego State University. And, no surprise, she was also part of UCSD’s Department of Emergency Medicine as a Clinical Research Fellow. Listen to Dr. Quenzer's excellent story, journey, and perspectives on cancer, her journey, and her advice for young students. TIME | DISCUSSION 3:41 | Dr. Quenzer's background 5:45 | Rapid Fire questions to get to know Dr. Quenzer 11:50 | How her career chose her 14:26 | What makes for a great ER doctor? 16:52 | Fast twitch critical thinking as a skill set 19:20 | The challenges and stress as an ER doc during COVID 22:44 | Maintaining mental health 25:00 | Services and education to help patients avoid ER rooms for primary care 34:54 | Audience questions 49:03 | Advice to young listeners 42:30 | The Future of ER Rooms? Enjoy this excellent conversation, the "Rapid Fire" questions, and the live audience participation! Be sure to subscribe to and share "The Science Of" with all of your friends. We appreciate your support. "The Science Of" podcast series is brought to you by the UCSD Moores Cancer Center and SchoolCAST, a division of Cloudcast Media. Please learn more about both of our sponsors by visiting: http://www.moorescancercenter.ucsd.edu/ http://www.cloudcastmedia.us
    Ascoltato 53 min. 10 sec.
  • Episode 7 | The Science Of Cancer and Nail Care | Dr. Maria Zhivagui, Post-Doctoral Cancer Researcher, UCSD

    9 NOV 2023 · Welcome to "The Science Of" Podcast, where students from the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA sit down with top scientists, doctors, and other leaders in the world of science from the globally renowned UCSD and the UCSD Moores Cancer Center in La Jolla, CA. In this episode, Jeremiah Bosley, Riley James, and Zamira Amanonce, our student Hosts, sit down to discuss the science of CANCER AND NAIL CARE with Dr. Maria Zhivagui, a post-doctoral scholar in cellular and molecular medicine, doing pioneering cancer research, with an overall focus on public health and cancer prevention. Earlier this year, Dr. Zhivagui co-authored a widely quoted research paper on the DNA damage and somatic mutations in mammalian cells after irradiation with a nail polish dryer. Listen to Dr. Zhivagui's excellent story, journey, and perspectives on cancer, her journey, and her advice for young students. TIME | DISCUSSION 3:26 | Dr. Zhivagui's background 4:09 | Rapid Fire questions to get to know Dr. Zhivagui 9:17 | How her career chose her 12:26 | Why did she start UV research? 16:47 | Is it the machines or the chemicals, or both? 23:23 | Audience Questions 30:47 | The Future as seen by Dr. Zhivagui 32:32 | What she would do as Health Czar for a day! 33:56 | Advice to young listeners Enjoy this excellent conversation, the "Rapid Fire" questions, and the live audience participation! Be sure to subscribe to and share "The Science Of" with all of your friends. We appreciate your support. "The Science Of" podcast series is brought to you by the UCSD Moores Cancer Center and SchoolCAST, a division of Cloudcast Media. Please learn more about both of our sponsors by visiting: http://www.moorescancercenter.ucsd.edu/ http://www.cloudcastmedia.us
    Ascoltato 37 min. 5 sec.
  • Episode 6 | The Science Of Cancer Prevention & Health Literacy | Dr. Jesse Nodora, Community Engagement Leader, Moores Cancer Center

    2 NOV 2023 · Welcome to "The Science Of" Podcast, where students from the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA sit down with top scientists, doctors, and other leaders in the world of science from the globally renowned UCSD and the UCSD Moores Cancer Center in La Jolla, CA. In this episode, Jeremiah Bosley, Alivia Rollan, and Haydee Arancibia-Hardwick, our student Hosts, sit down to discuss the science of cancer prevention and health literacy with Dr. Jesse Nodora, Associate Professor, Radiation Medicine and Applied Sciences at Moores Cancer Center at UC San Diego Health and Community Engagement lead for the https://moorescancercenter.ucsd.edu/outreach/who-we-are.htmlat Moores Cancer Center. He received a doctorate of public health (DrPH) from the University Of Texas School Of Public health in 1995 with an emphasis on health promotion. After 10 years of public health practice in state-level tobacco control, he transitioned to cancer prevention research at the Arizona Cancer Center and the University of Arizona School of Medicine. Listen to Dr. Nodora's excellent story, journey, and perspectives on cancer, health literacy and health promotion: TIME | DISCUSSION 3:45 | Dr. Nodora's background 4:27 | Rapid Fire questions to get to know Dr. Nodora 7:41 | How his career chose him 8:32 | The connection between cancer and health literacy 10:31 | What is health promotion? 12:16 | Health as a consumer "product" 15:26 | What doesn't work in health promotion 18:36 | Media literacy and health literacy connection 22:20 | Audience Questions 31:11 | The Future as seen by Dr. Nodora 32:44 | What he would do as Health Czar for a day! Enjoy this excellent conversation, the "Rapid Fire" questions, and the live audience participation! TIME | DISCUSSION 3:45 | Dr. Nodora's background 4:27 | Rapid Fire questions to get to know Dr. Nodora 7:41 | How his career chose him 8:32 | The connection between cancer and health literacy 10:31 | What is health promotion? 12:16 | Health as a consumer "product" 15:26 | What doesn't work in health promotion 18:36 | Media literacy and health literacy connection 22:20 | Audience Questions 31:11 | The Future as seen by Dr. Nodora 32:44 | WHat he would do as Health Czar for a day! Enjoy this excellent conversation, the "Rapid Fire" questions, and the live audience participation! Be sure to subscribe to and share "The Science Of" with all of your friends. We appreciate your support. "The Science Of" podcast series is brought to you by the UCSD Moores Cancer Center and SchoolCAST, a division of Cloudcast Media. Please learn more about both of our sponsors by visiting: http://www.moorescancercenter.ucsd.edu/ http://www.cloudcastmedia.us
    Ascoltato 36 min. 19 sec.
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