By students, for you.

Resonance is a student-run podcast aimed at showcasing the science at Baylor through the eyes of young professionals. Each episode is written and recorded by students who have a passion for research and the medical community. Guests on the show include both clinical and basic science research faculty who are experts in their fields.

Episodes

Small but Mighty: Pediatric Surgery

Dr. Mary Brandt tells us about her career journey, the unique challenges and rewards of treating children and adolescents, as well as her experience teaching at Baylor College of Medicine
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Length: 40:55| Published: Nov. 27, 2019

Technology and the Future of Medical Education, featuring Drs. Anoop Agrawal and M. Tyson Pillow - Part 2

Drs. Agrawal and Pillow will discuss how rapid technological innovation has affected medical education, and how institutions are adapting to better instruct tomorrow's physicians.
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Length: 31:00 | Published: Nov. 6, 2019

Technology and the Future of Medical Education, featuring Drs. Anoop Agrawal and M. Tyson Pillow - Part 1

Drs. Agrawal and Pillow will discuss how rapid technological innovation has affected medical education, and how institutions are adapting to better instruct tomorrow's physicians.
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Length: 44:31 | Published: Oct. 16, 2019

Cancer Therapy and What’s Around the Corner

Dr. Michelle Ludwig describes her journey through school and to her current career as an oncologist. She discusses her research interests and what it's been like to learn and practice as a person who is deaf.
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Length: 39:17 | Published: Sept. 25, 2019

The Place Tumors Call Home

Dr. David Rowley discusses his career path and how he ended up researching cancer microenvironments. He delves into the biological mechanisms of tumor microenvironments and talks about what excites him most about this particular research field in the future.
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Length: 46:50 | Published: Sept. 11, 2019

How to Stop a Cannon

Dr. Francis Gannon describes how he became involved in helping create body armor for US soldiers, and how body armor is designed and tested. We'll talk about the impact of this technology on our troops and how this information is protected.
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Length: 28:24 | Published: Aug. 28, 2019

Behind the Scenes of the Anatomy Lab

Dr. Ming Zhang describes what it takes to run the Baylor College of Medicine anatomy lab and teach hundreds of students every year about the intricacies of the human body.
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Length: 46:32 | Published: Aug. 14, 2019

Mysteries of the Microbiome

Dr. Kjersti Aagaard discusses her journey into microbiome research and specifically into placental microbiome research. We ask her about how sequencing technologies have affected her work and what technological limitations still need to be overcome. She also tells us how she views the broader impact of the microbiome, for example on antibiotic treatments, vaccines, depression and GI disorders.
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Length: 35:48 | Published: Aug. 14, 2019

Disclaimer

This presentation is for educational and entertainment purposes only and reflect the opinions of the hosts. It is not intended as medical advice or individual treatment recommendations, and is not a substitute for health care professionals' clinical judgment. No physician-patient relationship is being created by the use of this presentation. To the extent this presentation provides commentary on current laws and regulations affecting health care activities, it is not intended as legal advice.