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Any questions for upcoming podcast interviews?

Hey everyone!   I have a number of great interviews with folks in the near future and want to open up the interviews a bit.   If you have any questions you would like me to ask in the upcoming interviews, post them here and I’ll definitely get them in there for you.   They can be about the guests are of expertise, or about something else in general that you think they might have insight on.

Here is what is coming up –

11/27/09 –  Dr Paul Ridker – Massively published cardiologist from Brigham and Women’s, lead author for the 24 country JUPITER trial, examining the effects of crp on heart disease and efficacy of statins in non-hyperlipemic but crp high patients.  Will be talking about crp and heart diease in women, as well as the modern model for heart disease prevention and detection.  It ain’t all about lipids anymore folks!  This is just 2 days away so get me the questions quick!

TBA – Dr John Schnorr – Reproductive Endocrinologist from Southeastern Fertility – Specific topics to be finalized.  Dr Schnorr pioneered cryopreservation and restoration of ovarian tissue around the time of chemotherapy.

TBA – Dr Jennifer Gunter (@drjengunter) – Generalist OB/GYN and Reproductive Infectious Disease and vulvar disease specialist, also boarded in pain management (quad boarded!)  Will be talking about vulvar disease and her new book!

TBA – Dr Chukwuma Onyeije(@chukwumaonyeije) – MFM and Web 2.o afficionado in Atlanta, GA.  We’re going to talk about the new USPTF mammography guidelines, and the role of traditional and web media in the publics perceptions of these issues.  We’d love to have a third or fourth guest for a roundtable on this one (@drjengunter, @macobgyn, @somebodyelse?)

If you have any questions for these folks, leave them in the comments.  If you have ideas for people you would like to see in a podcast, or you want to be on the podcast yourself, let me know that too!  I’d love to have guests to talk about their research and work, or to just help me do one of the regular journal club review episodes!

  1. December 26, 2009 at 9:00 pm

    I’d love to hear a podcast conversation between C. Sue Carter, Ph.D. and Sarah J. Buckley, MD (author of Gentle Birth, Gentle Mothering). They know each other’s work but I don’t know that they’ve met. Both are interested in oxytocin, Sarah particularly in its role in childbirth/breastfeeding/attachment and Sue similarly though her research has been with prairie voles. She and Stephen Porges recently published an interesting chapter: see refs below.
    1. Bales, K. L., & Carter, C. S. (2003b). Sex differences and developmental effects of oxytocin on aggression and social behavior in prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster). Hormones and Behavior, 44(3), 178-184.
    2. Carter, C. S., Harris, J., Porges, S. W. (2009). Neural and evolutionary perspectives on empathy. In J. Decety, & W. Ickes (Eds.) The social neuroscience of empathy (pp. 169-182). Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.


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