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Dan Quintana is a scientist trying to better understand how our physiology influences behaviour. On this show you'll find a mix of episodes on research that's catching Dan's eye in biological psychology, interviews with other scientists, and Dan sharing his daily research process. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Weekly Lectures on human anatomy and physiology. Best for undergraduate students entering any medical and or health profession degree program. Sam your host of the Anatomy & Physiology for Students is a 20 year healthcare educator and hospital clinician. He will give informative and entertaining lectures on all things Anatomy & Physiology. You can also visit our site at http://www.medbrainmedia.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/anatomy--physiology-for-students/support
 
This podcast is a series of lectures on Anatomy and Physiology taught by Dr. Gerald Cizadlo. For a course outline and/or Dr. C's blackboard, please visit the Web site at http://faculty.css.edu/gcizadlo/AnatPhys/index.html. If you'd like to register for the free and open online course associated with Doc C.'s Intro to Anatomy and Physiology podcast, please go to http://go.css.edu/learn. The course is offered in Fall 2012.
 
**NOT MEDICAL ADVICE** Anatomy and Physiology topics explained in 10-20 min. This podcast can be used as review, lecture prep (at the 200ish level), or recreational learning. Episodes are based on areas of peak confusion, and questions asked by lab students in the 211 lab that I assist in. Cover art is a drawing by your host, Frances Cronin. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lab-rat/support
 
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Get to know senior author Dr. Liara M. Gonzalez of North Carolina State University as she discusses the recently published paper entitled "HOPX+ injury-resistant intestinal stem cells drive epithelial recovery after severe intestinal ischemia" with EIC Prof. Mark Frey. This paper supports that rISCs are resistant to ischemic injury and likely an im…
 
First, a thank you to frontline healthcare workers, clinical researchers, and one determined master’s student Michelle Cristina-Oliveira of the Hospital das Clínicas, Faculdade de Medicina, Universidade de São Paulo for their bravery and dedication to science and medicine! In this episode we bring you a conversation between Associate Editor Dr. Jas…
 
How does in utero glucocorticoid administration impact autonomic control of the heart in adult offspring in a sex-dependent manner? In this episode, Associate Editor Dr. Crystal Ripplinger (University of California – Davis) interviews authors Dr. Taben Hale and Lakshmi Madhavpeddi (University of Arizona) along with expert Dr. Glen Pyle (University …
 
Who knew that back in 2010, when previous Editor-in-Chief Dr. Bill Stanley said, “Podcasts! I don’t know anything about them, but I think we should do them!,” that we would still be producing The AJP-Heart and Circ Podcast 12 years and 299 episodes later?! Since then we have talked with hundreds of authors, experts and editors around the world abou…
 
Looking for a new pharmacological approach to treat gastrointestinal motility disorders? In this podcast authors Dr. Daniel Poole and Dr. Simona Carbone of Monash University discuss their recent paper, where they investigated the therapeutic potential of a positive allosteric modulator to enhance endogenous delta-opioid receptor signaling in the gu…
 
Three investigators at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, Nandini Girish, Dr. Cambrian Liu, and Dr. Brent Polk, talk about their recent work to visualize the fates and functions of epithelial stem cells in models of inflammatory bowel disease with Editor-in-Chief Professor Mark Frey. The investigators discuss their diverse backgrounds, reveal how the…
 
Are failing hearts addicted to glutamine? In this special episode of The AJP-Heart and Circ Podcast, we bring you a conversation in both Japanese and English with Editorial Board member Dr. Junichi Sadoshima (Rutgers University-New Jersey Medical School), Consulting Editor Dr. Jun Yoshioka (City University of New York School of Medicine), and corre…
 
Are failing hearts addicted to glutamine? In this special episode of The AJP-Heart and Circ Podcast, we bring you a conversation in both Japanese and English with Editorial Board member Dr. Junichi Sadoshima (Rutgers University-New Jersey Medical School), Consulting Editor Dr. Jun Yoshioka (City University of New York School of Medicine), and corre…
 
Nick was invited on TriVelo's "Get Fast" podcast to chat about everything we do here at METS, testing, training zones, endurance and more. So, we thought we'd re-share the conversation here. Check out TriVelo's podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/get-fast-podcast-triathlon-ironman-cycling-coaching/id1400770015 Learn more about TriVe…
 
Impactful findings with reverberating consequences – this is what AJP-Heart and Circ Rapid Reports are here for. Listen as Associate Editor Dr. Jonathan Kirk (Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine) interviews lead author Dr. Susan Steinberg (Columbia University) and expert Dr. Michael Kapiloff (Stanford University) about this novel w…
 
Many times we read a manuscript but don’t really get to know the amazing author behind the great science. Behind those black typewritten letters that spell a scientists name lies a person that is usually creative, intelligent, quirky, and fun. This is certainly the case with the author of “Use of human tissue stem cell-derived organoid cultures to …
 
While echocardiography is commonly used to assess cardiac structure and function in mouse models of heart disease, can this non-invasive technique also be used to accurately measure infarct size? Listen as Deputy Editor Dr. Zamaneh Kassiri (University of Alberta) interviews co-authors Dr. Erin Mulvihill (University of Ottawa) and Dr. Craig Goergen …
 
Another Extra 1% tip episode, this time on Cooling Strategies to beat the heat, in particular pre-event when the aim is to maintain muscle temperature but reduce core temperature. For more free resources about improving endurance performance, sign up to our email list here: http://go.metsperformance.com.au/free-mets-mastermind…
 
Welcome to AJP- Gastrointestinal Liver’s Physiology’s Podcast series, Got Guts? Our first episode is a joint effort with Dr. Pradeep Dudeja, Chair of the GI and Liver Section and Dr. Karen Edelblum, Chair of GI and Liver Program Committee with host Editor-In-Chief, Professor Mark Frey. In this podcast we will be talking about all things Experimenta…
 
A new mini series on small 1% things to top up that final bit of performance for race day. In this one Nick and Luke discuss the use of Sauna's and the impact it might have in how you respond, particularly when racing in hot conditions. For more free resources about improving endurance performance, sign up to our email list here: http://go.metsperf…
 
Despite the establishment of NIH guidelines for inclusion of women in clinical studies, as well as clear expectations for rigor and reproducibility in reporting sex as a biological variable in NIH grant submissions, women and females are still understudied populations in human and animal research. Enter this important primer on incorporating sex as…
 
A number of questions have come through recently on the back of the resurgence for lactate testing the field by a number of high profile athletes. So Luke and Nick discussed the pros and cons, plus a bunch on background info regarding lactate testing in general plus their thoughts on why and why not to do it. For more free resources about improving…
 
Old school super short episode where Nick goes through some thoughts he's had whilst returning to swimming consistently for the first time since 2019 (and working around some injury constraints). For more free resources about improving endurance performance, sign up to our email list here: http://go.metsperformance.com.au/free-mets-mastermind…
 
Luke and Nick had 2 athletes both get in touch about the same podcast they listened to talking about using a high cadence for a "better" VO2max interval stimulus. So we sent our resident sport scientist Nick away to listen to it, research further and piece together what might be going on when cadence increases to give you the need to knows. For mor…
 
Deciding on the best mouse model to research myocardial ischemic injury? Stop and listen. Associate Editor Jason Carter (Montana State University) interviewed authors Zamaneh Kassiri (University of Alberta), Crystal Ripplinger (University of California Davis), John Calvert (Emory University), Kristine DeLeon-Pennell (University of South Carolina), …
 
Listeners, we are bringing you a special cross-over event with The AJP-Heart and Circ Podcast. In our January 2022 episode on Cortical Bone Stem Cells Effects on Cardiac Wound Healing, we talked with senior authors Dr. Steven Houser and Dr. Timothy McKinsey about their collaboration on two recently published articles by Hobby et al. and Schena et a…
 
In this episode, Associate Editor Amanda LeBlanc (University of Louisville) interviews authors Lacy Alexander and Gabrielle Dillon (The Pennsylvania State University) along with content expert Melissa Witman (University of Delaware) about a new study by Dillon et al. With their lab closed due to the pandemic, the Alexander Lab continued to hold jou…
 
We often receive lots of questions about polarised models of training and why they are effective, so here's the underpinning physiology and a little discussion around different scenarios influencing the balance between low and high intensity. For more free resources about improving endurance performance, sign up to our email list here: http://go.me…
 
Have you seen Lionel Sanders recent Youtube video? He's testing VO2 at Ironman power now and looking to compare it after getting through the next block of training. Nick and Luke discuss the what and why behind his process and shed some light on how he's looking to improve. Look out for a Part 2 once Lionel posts his follow up results! Lionel's vid…
 
We're back for 2022, kicking things off with a training session explained and a bit of extra thought on how you need to consider all variables relating to interval training when creating sessions. It's not always just increasing the intensity or volume, sometimes you might need to shift the work to rest ratio. Nick and Luke discuss the following se…
 
What’s better than discussing one paper on the effects of cortical bone stem cells and their impact on myocardial infarction? Discussing two papers! Associate Editor Dr. Jonathan Kirk (Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine) interviews lead authors Dr. Timothy McKinsey (University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus) and Dr. Steven R.…
 
Permeability is an important measure of the exchange function of microvessels, but until now, there has been a lack of physiologically-relevant in vitro microvessel models that allow an easy assessment of permeability properties of the microvessel wall. In our latest episode, Associate Editor Amanda LeBlanc (University of Louisville) interviews lea…
 
We've been thinking about upgrading our testing equipment for a while, to open up so many more possibilities like identifying fuel utilisation, race nutrition strategy development and more. So we thought we'd chat about it and bring you in on the discussion. Nick and Luke sat down to talk out the pros and cons of a new metabolic analyser before we …
 
We couldn't believe it had taken us this long to go more in-depth about Fraction of Expired Oxygen and how it tells us some really great insights into how best to attack your training post VO2max test. We discuss what it is, the trends we see and more in an episode that covers off one of the most important metrics we look at in the testing data. Fo…
 
Luke talks about an increasingly more popular supplement, Beta-Alanine and the possible impacts on performance that it might have. For more free resources about improving endurance performance, sign up to our email list here: http://go.metsperformance.com.au/free-mets-mastermindעל ידי METS Performance
 
It is well known that exercise can have beneficial effects on brain health, including reducing the risk of dementia and stroke. Does resistance exercise training affect brain blood flow and cerebrovascular physiology differently than endurance exercise? Guest Host Brady Holmer (University of Florida) interviews first author Hannah Thomas (The Unive…
 
We came across a really great instagram page (@labratrundown) who's doing some cool research on all of the super shoes out there including the famous or arguably infamous Nike Vaporfly's. We discuss the findings of a recent set of testing and chat about our thoughts on the piece of equipment that has had the endurance world talking for a few years …
 
In this episode I chat with Izelle Labuschagne, who is the founder of the Complete Thesis support group, about reproducible science [3:42], social media for academics [21:20], and responding to reviewer comments [39:25]. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Great session, if we're talking race specificity this is pretty much spot on for a half/full distance marathon runner. Nick and Luke discuss how they might alter the session for different purposes, and talk about why it's a great session to begin with. EMAIL us your training sessions to review --> nick@metsperformance.com OR message us on Instagram…
 
What are the goals and expectations of AJP-Heart and Circulatory Physiology over the next several years to optimize rigorous approaches to consideration of sex and gender as a biological variable in cardiovascular research? Consulting Editor Nisha Charkoudian (U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine) interviews the entire AJP-Heart a…
 
A great question came through to us via instagram asking about strategies to optimise triathlon training. Can you have week to week changes in focus (i.e. Week 1 = 4 Swim, 1 Bike, 2 Run. Week 2 = 2 Swim, 4 Bike, 3 Run etc) Luke and Nick also dive into strategic fatigue, training camps and some other concepts surrounding periodisation to maximise th…
 
What is the causal relationship between high-level spinal cord injury, orthostatic hypotension and increased risk for cardiovascular disease? In this episode, Consulting Editor Patrick Osei-Owusu (Case Western Reserve University) interviews authors Christopher West (University of British Columbia) and Aaron Phillips (University of Calgary), along w…
 
EPISODE 150 is HERE! In this one we talk about how and why athletes at the elite level can transition across endurance sports, like Cam Wurf did from Olympic Rowing to Professional Cycling and now Ironman Triathlon, with so much success. But also why it usually only works in particular directions. For more free resources about improving endurance p…
 
Another session sent in by one of our listeners, what does it do well and what could be improved? Check out the session below and then listen to our thoughts: 10 x 400m @ 100% VO2max with 400m easy jogging recovery (approx. 1:2 work to rest ratio) For more free resources about improving endurance performance, sign up to our email list here: http://…
 
Luke and Nick answer a question about Ultra running in this episode and what the main goal should be for events lasting 6hours and more. Is it purely to be better at using Fats as a fuel source? Is it worth doing Threshold, Tempo or even VO2max work? here our thoughts in this episode. For more free resources about improving endurance performance, s…
 
How do β-adrenergic receptor subtypes regulate immune function in the heart? In this unique episode of The AJP-Heart and Circ Podcast, Consulting Editor Dr. Kristine DeLeon-Pennell (Medical University of South Carolina) interviews two authors about their two articles published recently in AJP-Heart and Circulatory Physiology. Dr. Laurel Grisanti (U…
 
In a follow up to our discussion on threshold based training last week, here's a perfect example of a session that executes this aspect of our physiology really well. One of our listeners sent in the following: 5 x 5min (4min @ 100% FTP, 1min @ 105-120% FTP) with 2.5min recovery In the context of preparing for a TT run up the 1 in 20 climb, this is…
 
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