The Science Of

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Where science curiosity meets the amazing scientists of UCSD!

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Episode 8 | Dr. Faith Quenzer, Emergency Medicince Physician, San Ysidro Health; Adjunct Professor, SDSU
16-11-2023
Episode 8 | Dr. Faith Quenzer, Emergency Medicince Physician, San Ysidro Health; Adjunct Professor, SDSU
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 | DISCUSSION3:41 | Dr. Quenzer's background5:45 | Rapid Fire questions to get to know Dr. Quenzer11:50 | How her career chose her14:26 | What makes for a great ER doctor?16:52 | Fast twitch critical thinking as a skill set19:20 | The challenges and stress as an ER doc during COVID22:44 | Maintaining mental health25:00 | Services and education to help patients avoid ER rooms for primary care34:54 | Audience questions49:03 | Advice to young listeners42:30 | 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:www.moorescancercenter.ucsd.edu/ www.cloudcastmedia.us
Episode 7 | The Science Of Cancer and Nail Care | Dr. Maria Zhivagui, Post-Doctoral Cancer Researcher, UCSD
09-11-2023
Episode 7 | The Science Of Cancer and Nail Care | Dr. Maria Zhivagui, Post-Doctoral Cancer Researcher, UCSD
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 | DISCUSSION3:26 | Dr. Zhivagui's background4:09 | Rapid Fire questions to get to know Dr. Zhivagui9:17 | How her career chose her12:26 | Why did she start UV research?16:47 | Is it the machines or the chemicals, or both?23:23 | Audience Questions30:47 | The Future as seen by Dr. Zhivagui32:32 | What she would do as Health Czar for a day!33:56 | Advice to young listenersEnjoy 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:www.moorescancercenter.ucsd.edu/ www.cloudcastmedia.us
Episode 6 | The Science Of Cancer Prevention & Health Literacy | Dr. Jesse Nodora, Community Engagement Leader, Moores Cancer Center
02-11-2023
Episode 6 | The Science Of Cancer Prevention & Health Literacy | Dr. Jesse Nodora, Community Engagement Leader, Moores Cancer Center
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 Community Outreach and Engagement team at 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 | DISCUSSION3:45 | Dr. Nodora's background4:27 | Rapid Fire questions to get to know Dr. Nodora7:41 | How his career chose him8:32 | The connection between cancer and health literacy10:31 | What is health promotion?12:16 | Health as a consumer "product"15:26 | What doesn't work in health promotion18:36 | Media literacy and health literacy connection22:20 | Audience Questions31:11 | The Future as seen by Dr. Nodora32:44 | What he would do as Health Czar for a day!Enjoy this excellent conversation, the "Rapid Fire" questions, and the live audience participation!TIME | DISCUSSION3:45 | Dr. Nodora's background4:27 | Rapid Fire questions to get to know Dr. Nodora7:41 | How his career chose him8:32 | The connection between cancer and health literacy10:31 | What is health promotion? 12:16 | Health as a consumer "product" 15:26 | What doesn't work in health promotion18:36 | Media literacy and health literacy connection22:20 | Audience Questions 31:11 | The Future as seen by Dr. Nodora32:44 | 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:www.moorescancercenter.ucsd.edu/ www.cloudcastmedia.us
Episode 5 | The Science Of Communities Fighting Cancer | Dr. Angelique Richardson, Physician, Medical Oncologist, and Professor
26-10-2023
Episode 5 | The Science Of Communities Fighting Cancer | Dr. Angelique Richardson, Physician, Medical Oncologist, and Professor
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 communities fighting cancer with Dr. Angelique Richardson, a Physician and Medical Oncologist, as well an Assistant Professor of Medicine at UCSD Medical School. She is a renowned expert on the topic of community disparities as it relates to cancer.Listen to Dr. Richardson's very personal journey into the world of cancer - starting with a family member's diagnosis, continuing through college with a class lecture about community disparities and then the catalyst for her curiosity and research. Having done research for nearly 20 years now, Dr. Richardson is a passionate warrior for closing the gap on community disparities when it comes to cancer.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:www.moorescancercenter.ucsd.edu/ www.cloudcastmedia.us
Episode 4 | The Science Of HUMAN PERFORMANCE | Dr. Matt Kritz, UCSD Athletics, Senior Athletic Director, Human Performance
13-10-2023
Episode 4 | The Science Of HUMAN PERFORMANCE | Dr. Matt Kritz, UCSD Athletics, Senior Athletic Director, Human Performance
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 human performance with Dr. Matt Kritz, the Senior Athletic Director of Director of Human Performance for UCSD Athletics. And how to humans reach peak performance? Listen in as Dr. Kritz discusses everything from physicality and nutrition to sleep and commitment! Kritz, who served as the department’s Director of Athletic Performance from 1999-2006, returned to UC San Diego after spending a decade in New Zealand helping develop a national strategy to positively impact performance in international competition. He served as National Director of Strength and Conditioning for High Performance Sport New Zealand from 2008-15 before co-founding and serving as Managing Director of Athlete Nation. Under his direction at UCSD, his unit has expanded to provide Triton student-athletes with first-class support services related to strength and conditioning, nutrition, rehabilitation, sport psychology and injury prevention. Enjoy this excellent conversation, the "Rapd 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: www.moorescancercenter.ucsd.edu/www.cloudcastmedia.usTo learn more about the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA, please visit their website at www.ymcasd.org/locations/jackie-robinson-family-ymca
Episode 3 | The Science Of NUTRITION and CANCER | Christine Zoumas, UCSD Moores Cancer Center
05-10-2023
Episode 3 | The Science Of NUTRITION and CANCER | Christine Zoumas, UCSD Moores Cancer Center
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 nutrition and cancer with Christine Zoumas, a health sciences clinical instructor in the department of family medicine at UC San Diego, a project manager for the Diet and Physical Activity Shared Resource and program director of the healthy eating program at the UC San Diego Moores Cancer Center. Her career has focused on nutrition and cancer research, weight loss and nutrition education for cancer survivors, college and medical students. She is passionate about nutrition and about sharing with others the role that food and lifestyle can play in disease prevention.Enjoy this excellent conversation, the "Rapd 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: www.moorescancercenter.ucsd.edu/www.cloudcastmedia.usTo learn more about the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA, please visit their website at www.ymcasd.org/locations/jackie-robinson-family-ymca