Finding Genius Podcast

Finding Genius Podcast

Podcast interviews with genius-level (top .1%) practitioners, scientists, researchers, clinicians and professionals in Cancer, 3D Bio Printing, CRISPR-CAS9, Ketogenic Diets, the Microbiome, Extracellular Vesicles, and more. Subscribe today for the latest medical, health and bioscience insights from geniuses in their field(s).

Episodes

June 8, 2023 39 mins

Glucose is in a vast array of the food we eat. From fruit to sweet corn, these types of foods can be a healthy part of our diets – in moderation. So what happens when we ingest too much glucose? Dr. Richard Jacoby, one of the country's leading peripheral nerve surgeons, joins us to explain…

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In this episode, we sit down with Ali Wing and Dr. Jason Ryder. Both guests are from a company called Oobli, where Ali serves as CEO, and Jason as the CTO and Co-Founder.

Oobli is a company on a mission to solve society’s sugar problem. By deriving sweet proteins from fruits, they use breakthrough technology to provide sweet lovers with a healthy alternative to ...

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Military working dogs, contract working dogs, and other service dogs serve a very specific purpose for mankind. But what happens when they retire? Where do they go? In this episode, we sit down with Bob Bryant of Mission K9 Rescue to find out…

Mission K9 Rescue is a non-profit organiza...

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Today we sit down with David Trood (AKA Weedy), a prize-winning travel and commercial photographer who has a Youtube channel called The Weedy Garden. As someone who delivers a passionate narrative about people and nature, Weedy is on a mission to push the boundaries of visual storytelling.

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What role does phosphorus play in the world? From some of the most lethal substances to the most vital, phosphorus is a complex element that is often overlooked. 

So, what makes phosphorus so special? Dan Egan, the author of The Devil's Element: Phosphorus and a World Out of Balance, ...

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How do Vitamin D and genomic ancestry impact cancer cells? Dr. Moray J. Campbell, a research scientist at Cedars-Sinai Cancer, joins the podcast to explain…

Dr. Campbell is a cancer biologist who studies the genomic and epigenomic drivers of hormone-dependent cancers. By utilizing high-dimensional data approaches and bioinformatic analyses, Dr. Campbell is on a ...

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What role does soil health play in sustainability and green living? Dr. Sally Brown, a Research Associate Professor at the University of Washington’s School of Forest Resources joins the podcast to explain.

Dr. Brown focuses her research on soil health, climate change mitigation, bioso...

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Today we sit down with Dan Shapiro, the CEO, and Co-Founder of Glowforge. Glowforge is an iconic 3D laser printer that has the ability to create millions of products – anything from wallets and lamps to furniture.

Dan is no stranger to startup companies. Having been awarded a dozen US patents, he has been the brains behind brands like Robot Turtles, Sparkbuy, Ph...

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In this episode, we connect with Francis J. Beckwith, a Professor of Philosophy and Church-State Studies at Baylor University, where he also serves as Associate Director of Graduate Studies in Philosophy and Affiliate Professor of Political Science. Francis is a philosopher who publishes and teaches in the areas of religion, jurisprudence, politics, and ethics. 

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Are you ready to dive into the latest veterinary nutrition studies about carbohydrates – and what they mean for our pets? Daniel Schulof, the Founder and CEO of KetoNatural Pet Foods, joins the podcast to explain.

Daniel is an entrepreneur, activist, and science writer that focuses on ...

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In this episode, we are joined by Elise Granek, a Professor of Environmental Science in the Department of Environmental Science and Management at Portland State University. Elise’s research primarily focuses on applied coastal ecology – specifically looking at the transition zone between land and sea.

Elise and her team are on a mission to conserve the marine co...

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Today we connect with Sally Jenkins, a Pulitzer Prize finalist and author of The Right Call: What Sports Teach Us About Work and Life. She joins us to discuss her writing career – specifically outlining the events and people she encountered that brought her to where she is today.

As a sports columnist and feature writer for The Washington Post, Sally has spent a significant amount of time analyzing and interviewing coaches and athl...

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In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Judy Illes and Anthony Hannan to discuss the International Brain Initiative – a coalition that seeks to catalyze and advance neuroscience through international collaboration and knowledge sharing.

Dr. Illes is a Professor of Neurology and a Distinguished University Scholar in Neuroethics at the University of British Columbia (UBC). She is also the Director of Neuroethics Canada at UBC, and facu...

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Valkyrie has brought together some of the best minds to utilize artificial intelligence in operations management. This podcast presents a fascinating conversation on the latest ways artificial intelligence can impact decision making.

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Magnesium is integral for 600+ biochemical processes in the human body. The common misconception is that consuming more magnesium will automatically improve health a...
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Picture it: Ian McKellan in a wizard hat surrounded by a green screen. Is that what artificial intelligence in the entertainment industry looks like? It certainly is a step toward incorporating the powerful modeling tools computers can use to generate scenery like the Mines of Moria. But how much further might AI move beyond today's standard movie-making video vfx? Alexis Kirke and Richard take listeners on a tour of the possibilit...

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Imaging a heart is both crucial and challenging, but Caption Health has fine-tuned artificial intelligence healthcare to make ultrasound imaging more precise, more accessible, and more efficient. Listen in as their CTO describes

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Magnesium is integral for 600+ biochemical processes in the human body. The common misconception is that consuming more magnesium will automatically improve health and we...
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Could artificial intelligence be used in clinical drug trials? Is AI really capable of making the overall process easier and allowing the advancement of medical science, bringing cutting-edge treatment options to patients? AI in healthcare may sound like science fiction, but thanks to Charles Fisher, Ph.D., and his company, Unlearn.ai, it is now quickly becoming a reality.

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Magnesium is integral f...
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In this episode, we sit down once again with Omar Mo, the Founder and CEO of Nomads Cast. Omar is an expert in digital marketing, podcasting, and content generation. Using his knowledge in this field, he helps businesses enhance their brand by facilitating the production of lead-generating podcasts and content.

Joining Omar is ChatGPT, an AI chatbot launched in ...

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In this episode, we sit down with Hilary DeCesare, an award-winning business leader, 3x international best-selling author, and coach to thousands of entrepreneurs and top executives. She is the author of RELAUNCH!: Spark Your Heart to Ignite Your Life, a book that introduces readers ...

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Birds are immensely complex creatures, and scientists discover fascinating facts about them every day. Mysterious behaviors such as migration are only recently being solved — and Rebecca Heisman is eager to share this research with the world. 

Rebecca is a science writer based in Walla Walla, Washington with a deep passion for birds. She has worked with organiza...

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