Podcasts

59) Leah Pagnozzi On Science Advocacy & ‘Bring A Politician to Lab’ Program
Leah Pagnozzi, PhD(c), initiated the Bring A politician to Work’ program at Cornell University.

58) Tom Inglesby On Health Security
Tom Inglesby, MD, is the Director of Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security

57) Mary Carol Jennings On Accelerating Vaccine Access
Mary Carol Jennings, MD, MPH, is an Assistant Scientist at the International Vaccine Access Center at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.

56) Dan Glaser On London’s Science Gallery
Daniel Glasier, PhD, is a neuroscientist and Co-Director of Science Gallery London at Kings College London.  Science Gallery aims to engage the public on science by mixing art and science together.

55) John Jackson On London’s Natural History Museum
John Jackson is the Head of Science Communication and Policy at London’s Natural History Museum.

54) Katherine Mathieson On The British Science Association
Katherine Mathieson is the Chief Executive of The British Science Association, based in London.

53) Bill Heisel On IHME’s Global Engagement
Bill Heisel is the Head of Global Engagement at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington.

52) Kate O’Brien On Vaccines and Social Justice
Kate O’Brien, MD/MPH, is the Director of the International Vaccine Access Center at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.

51) Peter Hotez On Vaccine Hesitancy
Peter Hotez, MD/PhD, is founding dean of National School of Tropical Medicine and scientist working on vaccine development.

50) Heidi Larson and Pauline Paterson On The Vaccine Confidence Project
Heidi Larson, PhD, and Pauline Paterson, PhD, are co-Directors of The Vaccine Confidence Project at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

49) Gail Reid On Intimate Partner Violence Advocacy in Baltimore
Gail Reid is the Director of Emergency Services at TurnAround, a non-profit organization in Baltimore, MD, who’s mission is to provide counseling and support services to victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.

48) Laurie Garrett On Outbreaks & Science Journalism
Laurie Garrett is an award winning science journalist and senior fellow of global health at Center on Foreign Relations

47) Monica Mugnier On Talking Parasites
Monica Mugnier, PhD, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Microbiology & Immunology at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. Winner of NIH Early Independence Award, 2016

46) Dean Mike Klag On The Power of Public Heath
Mike Klag, MD, is the former dean of Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

45) Rush Holt on Science and Politics
Rush Holt, PhD, is the President of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and former  U.S. Representative for New Jersey’s 12th congressional district.

44) New York Academy of Sciences President Ellis Rubinstein

43) Emily Fisher & Arvin Saleh On Modernizing Science Education
Emily Fisher, PhD, is the Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Biology at Johns Hopkins University. Arvin is a Communicating Science student, as well as a double major in Public Health Studies and Cellular & Molecular Biology at Johns Hopkins University.

42) Meghan Moran On Persuasive Communication
Meghan Moran, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in Health, Behavior & Society Department at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

41) Ted Keane On Vaccines, Scalability, & Research in Kenya
Ted is a Masters of Science & Public Health Student at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

40) Lois Privor-Dumm on Vaccine Policy & Advocacy Communication
Lois Privor-Dumm is the Director of Policy & Advocacy at the Johns Hopkins International Vaccine Access Center

39) Tom Quinn On The HIV/AIDS Epidemic and Global Health 
Tom Quinn, MD, is the Director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health & Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine

38) Jenny Carlson on GMO Politics
Jenny Carlson, PhD, is a medical entomologist at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

37) Andrea Gielen On Injury Research & Policy
Andrea Gielen, ScD, is Professor and Director of the Center for Injury Research & Policy at Johns Hopkins University

36) On Bullshit…Aka Science Policy of the Presidential Candidates
Group discussion on 10/31/2016 including Bill Moss, Katherine Fenstermacher, Kenny Shatzkes, and Nina

35) Leigh Frame-Peterson On Vitamin D & Bariatric Surgery
Leigh Frame-Peterson, PhD, is a scientist at Johns Hopkins Medicine

34) Dean Mike Ward On Fitness & Nina’s Comeback
Mike Ward is the Associate Dean of Enrollment Management & Student Affairs at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

33) David Dowdy, MD on Tuberculosis, Scicomm, & Mentoring
David is an infectious disease epidemiologist studying tuberculosis at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

32) Bryan Piazza On Protecting Our Water with Science & Scicomm
Bryan Piazza, PhD, is a marine & freshwater scientist for The Nature Conservancy in Louisiana

31) Kris Lehnhardt On Medicine in Space
Kris Legnhardt, MD, is an emergency medical doctor with a specialization in all things Space. He is applying to be an astronaut with the Canadian Space Agency.

30) Ed Yong On Science Writing aka ‘The Ed’s Up’ Podcast Edition!
Ed Yong is a science writer for The Atlantic and New York Times best selling author of “I contain multitudes: the microbes within us and a grander view of Life.”

29) Marie Diener-West: Don’t Fear the Stats!
Marie Diener-West, PhD, is a biostatistician at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

28) Bill Moss: Global Disease Epidemiologist
Bill Moss, MD, is an epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

27) Beth Linas on her AAAS Science & Technology Fellowship
Beth Linas, PhD, is a former epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins and current AAAS Fellow. AAAS = American Association for the Advancement of Science

26) Nick Wohlgemuth: Get it, OFF! A two part episode on Lyme Disease
Nick Wohlgemuth is a PhD Candidate in the lab of Dr. Andy Pekosz at Johns Hopkins and repeat guest on PHU. Nick is a member of the CDC Lyme Core (opinions his own on this show!) and studies flu in the lab.

25) Rada Cordero: Got Melanin?
Radames Cordero, PhD, is a scientist at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health in the laboratory of Arturo Casadevall. Rada studies black fungi and how melanin allows it to survive extreme conditions like Chernobyl or Mars like conditions.

24) Alain Labrique and the Global mHealth Initiative
Alain is the Director of the Global mobile Health Initiative at Johns Hopkins Univeristy and an infectious disease epidemiologist.

23) Conor McMeniman on Combating Zika with Mosquito Biology & Science Communication
Conor is an Assistant Professor in Molecular Microbiology & Immunology at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

22) Women in Science with Kathy Spindler
Kathy is a Professor of Microbiology & Immunology at the University of Michigan & co-host of the science podcast This Week In Virology

21) Geoff Steeves On Sciencing the Sh*t Out Of Space Exploration
Geoff is the Outreach Coordinator at The Planetary Society & Professor of Physics at the University of Victoria

20) Vincent Munster, Frontline Global Health Scientist
Co-hosted with Steve Goldstein from the Susan Weiss Lab at the University of Pennsylvania. Recorded at the 2016 American Society for Virology Meeting in Blacksburg, VA.

–> Nina Martin appeared on the science podcast This Week In Virology & discussed the new anti-vaccine film “Vaxxed” by Andrew Wakefield.
Access the podcast here: http://www.microbe.tv/twiv/twiv-387/

19) CEO Tom Bonderenko from Moveable Feast, local Baltimore non-profit delivering nutritious meals to people living with HIV.

18) Ralph Cicerone: Climate Science, Explained. Ralph Cicerone is the President of the National Academies of Science & Atmospheric Scientist.

17) Stephen Goldstein on Middle East Respiratory Syndrome & the American Society for Virology 2015 Meeting

16) Where do we go from here? Improving Science with Dr. Arturo Casadevall

15) Get In The Game: Vaccine Communication with Dr. Paul Offit

14) What do scientists actually do? Chapter 1: Science Funding with Nina Martin, Kyle Mclean and Dr. Beth Linas, February 13, 2015

13) “The Man. The Myth. The Legend. Ron Fouchier on Science Communication”

12) “Reducing Gun Violence In America with Dr. Daniel Webster, co-Director of Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy & Research”

11) “Importance of Basic Science & Its Communication with Kyle McLean (JHSPH)”

10) “Viruses gone viral: communication issues in virus research” with Drs. Gary Ketner (Johns Hopkins School of Public Health) and Barry Margulies (Towson University)

9) “Let Our Powers Combine: JHSPH Phd Students From Different Fields Discuss Public Health Communication

8) “Follow Your Nose” with JHSPH Chair of MMI and VP of National Academy of Science Dr. Diane Griffin

7) “Nobels, Impersonations, & Talking Science on the Colbert Report” with Nobel Laureate Dr. Peter Agre

6) “Revolution, Public Health, & Doing What Excites You: Interview with Al Sommer”

5) “Great Science Writing, Mentors, & Malaria Vaccines” with Nick, Nina and guest Christine Santos

4) “Malaria, Safari Science, & Global Public Health Spending” featuring Nina Martin, Dr Clive Shiff, Dr Rhoel Dinglasan, & Dr Jim Webb. Recorded May 3, 2013. ==>

3) “Historical Epidemiology of Malaria Control.” Seminar given by Dr. Jim Webb, Colby College, at the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institude May 3, 2013.

2) How to Spot Misinformation, Good sources of Public Health News, The West Nile Story, & One Health with Nick Wohlgemuth, Nina Martin and student guest, Stepanie Porter

1) “Public Health Miscommunication In The News” Featuring Nina Martin, Dr. Andrew Pekosz, Dr. Steve Salzberg, and Dr. Photini Sinnis.

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