AJP-Heart and Circulatory Physiology Podcasts

AJP-Heart and Circulatory Physiology Podcasts

Commentary and discussion on featured articles in AJP - Heart and Circulatory Physiology

Episodes

June 17, 2022 22 min

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. Jason Carter (Montana State University), lead author Dr. Tiago Pecanha (Universidade d...

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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 of Guelph) about the new work by Madhavpeddi et al. The authors administered dexamet...

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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 about the innovative and impactful research published in AJP-Heart and Circulatory Physi...

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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 corresponding author Dr. Manabu Nagao (Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine) about...

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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 corresponding author Dr. Manabu Nagao (Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine) about...

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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 work by Zhu and Steinberg. More than 20 years ago, Steinberg and collaborators used i...

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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 (Purdue University), along with content expert Dr. Daniele Panetta (Institute of Cli...

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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 biological variable into basic and clinical research. Listen as Consulting Editor ...

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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), Dominic Del Re (Rutgers New Jersey Medical School), Richard Gumina (The Ohio State U...

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March 1, 2022 41 min

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 al. In this new episode of Behind the Bench, hosts Dr. Lisandra de Castro Brás (East ...

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February 25, 2022 19 min

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 journal club meetings virtually to discuss two articles published previously in AJP-Hea...

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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. Houser (Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University) along with expert Dr. He...

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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 lead author Ping He (Penn State University) and expert Robert Hester (University of Mis...

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November 22, 2021 28 min

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 University of Western Australia) and expert Timo Klein (University of Rostock) about the ...

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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 and Circ editorial team in this pivotal episode of The AJP-Heart and Circ Podcast. Li...

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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 with expert Jill Wecht (James J. Peters VA Medical Center) about the new study by Hay...

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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 (University of Missouri, Columbia) discussed her study (Tanner et al.) on the importan...

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September 27, 2021 17 min

Is the loss of endothelin-B receptor mediated vasodilation in women after menopause due to aging or the decline in estradiol that occurs with menopause? Associate Editor Dr. Jason Carter (Montana State University) interviews senior author Megan Wenner (University of Delaware) and content expert Lacy Alexander (Pennsylvania State University) about the work by Wenner and co-authors to isolate and study specific effects of estradiol ...

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Is cardiac remodeling associated with an increase in left ventricular dyssynchrony and post-systolic shortening in young bodybuilders using anabolic-androgenic steroids? Guest Host Brady Holmer (University of Florida) interviews lead author Stéphane Nottin (Avignon University) and content expert Austin Robinson (Auburn University) to get the answers. The groundbreaking work by Grandperrin et al. is the first study to investigate t...

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September 7, 2021 34 min

Allow us to introduce you to Tommy Martin, a trainee in The Kirk Lab at Loyola University Chicago, who is scheduled to defend his PhD thesis in October 2021. Tommy is first author on a recently published AJP-Heart and Circ article, which is co-authored by Jonathan Kirk, an Associate Editor for AJP-Heart and Circ, and a founding member of our Behind the Bench podcast crew. Tommy has a story that will resonate with trainees and earl...

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