Mendelspod Podcast

Mendelspod was founded in 2011 by Theral Timpson and Ayanna Monteverdi to advance life science research, connecting people and ideas. Influenced by the thinking tools developed by Eli Goldgratt, the founders bring a unique approach to media in the life sciences. With help from our advisors around the industry, Mendelspod goes beyond quick sound bites to create a space for probing conversations and deep insight into the topics and trends which shape the industry's future and therefore our future as a species.

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Clinical Genetics 2021 Highlights: Laura Hercher, Host of the Beagle Landed Podcast


Laura Hercher, host of our sister podcast, The Beagle Has Landed, joins us today to compare notes. Her gig is much more focused on the clinical side of genomics. Genetic counselors are her core audience. Today we do a highlights show looking back over the Beagle's past year.


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Clinical Genetics 2021 Edition: Laura Hercher, Host of the Beagle Landed Podcast


Laura Hercher, host of our sister podcast, The Beagle Has Landed, joins us today to compare notes. Her gig is much more focused on the clinical side of genomics. Genetic counselors are her core audience. Today we do a highlights show looking back over the past year.


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A New Way to Phenotype Life: Chris Mason Talks Spatial Biology, His New Book


Chris Mason, Professor of Physiology and Biophysics and prolific genomics researcher at Weill Cornell Medicine, joins us to talk about what he’s doing with the new generation of spatial biology tools. The first papers we dive into are his work on COVID. Chris says the spatial tools have shown us the ravages of the coronavirus on the body like nothing we’ve seen before, i.e...


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 2021-08-10  n/a
 
 

The Impact of Spatial Technology on Childhood Cancers with David Steffin, Texas Children's


David Steffin is a cancer researcher and physician at Texas Children's whose particular focus is on pediatric cancers. He begins today’s program with some interesting numbers.


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 2021-08-03  n/a
 
 

A Deep Dive into the Impact of Spatial Technology on Childhood Cancers with David Steffin, Texas Childrens


David Steffin is a cancer researcher and physician at Texas Children's whose particular focus is on pediatric cancers. He begins today’s program with some interesting numbers.


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 2021-08-03  n/a
 
 

Robert Green: Newborn Sequencing Is the Goal Here in the U.S.


"If you go to a scientific meeting, even with the greatest critics, and you ask, how many people in this audience believe that your entire genome will be part of your everyday medical care in fifty years, every person will raise their hand. So the only questions we’re debating are: how do we get there, how soon can we get there, and what evidence base must we have in place before we get there? What’s really exciting to me is getting there sooner rather than later...


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 2021-07-29  n/a
 
 

The Studies Are In—Optical Mapping Can Replace Traditional Cytogenetics Tests


We’re all aware of the way that next gen sequencing has changed many tests in the clinical laboratory. But some testing has held stubbornly resistant to change. This has been the case in cytogenetics, or the analysis of chromosomes. That is now changing thanks to a technology that is making inroads where next gen sequencing could not.


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 2021-07-12  n/a
 
 

Amy Sturm of Geisinger Talks FH and New Implementation Science


"We have all of these evidence based tools and evidence based methods, but the problem is it can take upwards of 20 plus years to be truly implemented into care where healthcare providers are using them and patients are receiving them. And this includes medications and diagnostic tools and other types of treatment or screening.”


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 2021-07-07  n/a
 
 

Amy Sturm of Geisinger on FH Testing and New Implementation Science


"We have all of these evidence based tools and evidence based methods, but the problem is it can take upwards of 20 plus years to be truly implemented into care where healthcare providers are using them and patients are receiving them. And this includes medications and diagnostic tools and other types of treatment or screening.”


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 2021-07-07  n/a
 
 

Out of the Reductionist Trap: Brad Gray of NanoString on Spatial Biology


One of the hottest new trends in biomedical research today is what is known as spatial biology--the ability to capture tissues in a 3D context. It was named Method of the Year by Nature Magazine in 2020. And one of the first automated instruments launched in this market was the GeoMx Digital Spatial Profiler by NanoString. CEO Brad Gray is here to tell us the story of the birth of the DSP and the revolution of 3D biology...


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 2021-05-19  n/a