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The Genetics Podcast

Sano Genetics

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Exploring all things genetics. Dr Patrick Short, University of Cambridge alumnus and CEO of Sano Genetics, analyses the science, interviews the experts, and discusses the latest findings and breakthroughs in genetic research. To find out more about Sano Genetics and its mission to accelerate the future of precision medicine visit: www.sanogenetics.com
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Tiny Expeditions is all about taking little journeys into the tiny science of genetics, DNA and inheritance. This podcast doesn't shy away from science, but it's produced with you in mind. Everyone should be able to listen and walk away feeling smarter about the genetic code that defines the world around us.
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Hosted by Rasta Jeff of Irie Genetics, The Grow From Your Heart Podcast is your source for cannabis news, education and conversation. If you’re a new grower or a professional grower, a new smoker or dedicated dabber, if you’re a cannabis activist or someone who is just curious about the current state of cannabis, this is the podcast for you! Join us for cannabis conversations and grow lessons from some of the most experienced cannabis breeders, ganja growers, extract artists and cannabis ind ...
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Genetics isn’t always black and white. And the emotions and decisions surrounding genetic testing can be even more complex. Hosted by genetic counselor Eleanor Griffith, the show brings you the personal experiences of patients and genetic counselors.
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Genetics Unzipped

The Genetics Society

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From Mendel's peas to personal genome sequencing, Genetics Unzipped brings you stories from the world of genes, genomes and DNA. In association with The Genetics Society.
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Discover New Advances in the world of genetics, from technology like CRISPR to rare diseases to new research. For over a decade, multi-award winning podcast "DNA Today" has brought you the voices of leaders in genetics. Host Kira Dineen brings her genetics expertise to interview geneticists, genetic counselors, patient advocates, biotech leaders, researchers, and more. ***Best 2020 and 2021 Science and Medicine Podcast Award Winner*** Learn more (and stream all 180+ episodes) at DNApodcast.c ...
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Demystifying Genetics

Matt Burgess

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This is a podcast series called Demystifying Genetics where I, Matt Burgess, Genetic Counsellor interview other genetic counsellors or people working in genetics. We chat about human clinical genetics, genetic counselling, ethics, pyschosocial issues and more. To contact me, please reach out at matt at insightgenomica.au
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All species have a genetic makeup, which is passed along from both mother and father. What do dogs inherit from their parents? Inherited traits are traits that are passed down from parent to offspring. Each organism gets a set of genes from each parent. There are many types of genes that dogs can inherit from their parents.
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Join Dr. DNA Dan as he dives deep into the world of genetics, genomics, DNA, and the future of precision genomic medicine. Dan discusses topics ranging from health and ancestry genetic testing, forensic genetics, genetics, and mental health, common myths about genetics, and more. DNA Dan, SCU Professor of Genomics, Dan Handley, M.S., Ph.D., shares his knowledge from his over 30 years of experience in the world of advanced genomics research and biotechnology. For more information about Southe ...
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In 'Average Joe Genetics' we explain complex scientific concepts related to genetics in a way that the "Average Joe" can appreciate. In this episode, we discuss commercial gene-mapping companies like 23andMe, how CRISPR-Cas9 can be used to bring threatened species back from the brink of extinction, and how humanity may one day use genetic modification to help humans survive on Mars. Cover art photo provided by Martin Adams on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@martinadams
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Welcome to CLTVTD media group Audio Journal, a startup cannabis indoor nursery in Sacramento, CA. Follow us through this amazing journey as we navigate the rough seas of the legal cannabis market in arguably, the epicenter of this booming industry. ~ This show captures the insight of CEO & Co-Founder, Sergio Picazo, along with interviews from industry professionals along the way. Interested in being a guest on the show? Send me an email! Sergio@cltvtdmg.com #CannabisStartup #CannabisNursery ...
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0:00 Intro to The Genetics Podcast 01:00 Welcome to Jakob and background on Pheiron 02:14 What made Jakob decide to start Pheiron, what the company does, and how his scientific background inspired him to found a start-up 5:24 Jakob’s excitement and inspiration around the power and potential of machine learning 07:07 Cardiology and heart failure as …
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In this episode of Naked Genetics: The risk factors between schizophrenia and substance use disorder have had a fresh genetic examination; I put Illumina to the test and ask, 'what difference does washing our hands really make?' And, the the extraordinary way in which dung beetles use the night sky to orientate themselves... Like this podcast? Plea…
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Join us for this tiny expedition into the world of pop culture superpowers. In this episode, we delve into the realm of superhero abilities, discussing their potential scientific basis and plausibility. To go behind the scenes and learn more about this episode, visit “From X-Men to Real Men: The Science Behind Superhuman Traits.” Thanks for listeni…
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In this, the 7th episode in our series on biblical genealogy, Dr Rob takes us deep into the genealogy of the nation of Edom. This was a people/tribe/kingdom that existed south of the Dead Sea and southeast of the kingdom of Judah, which dominated Edom for several centuries. There are several textual mysteries in Edom’s data, but they can be solved …
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0:00 Introduction 1:40 Andrea’s background and how she got into the field of genetics, neuroimaging, and metabolic disorders 4:00 Insights into Andrea’s clinical practice, including the diverse families and patients she serves and her approach to clinical decision-making 6:30 How genetics and genomics have changed the diagnostic journey in the last…
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0:00 Intro to The Genetics Podcast 01:00 Welcome to Lori Orlando 03:00 Lori’s career: From mathematical modelling to genetics and family history 05:11 The study that revealed 20% of the general population is at a higher risk of disease than average and needs preventative care 07:36 The first five diseases that Lori started analysing through informa…
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Video Link: https://youtu.be/OTj_P8P1v6Q In this, the 6th episode on biblical genealogy, Dr Rob explains where the nation of Edom came from, how they tie into the main biblical story, and how to handle several tricky textual problems in Genesis 36.द्वारा Dr. Robert Carter
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0:00 Intro to The Genetics Podcast 1:00 Welcome to Ben Goldacre 02:22 Ben’s open data projects at the Bennett Institute and the challenges they aim to tackle 04:03 Using Electronic Health Records (EHR) to help the National Health Service improve care 06:18 The importance of software development within healthcare data and how to manage salary scales…
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0:00 Intro to The Genetics Podcast. 01:00 Welcome to Michelle. 02:00 Sstop codon diseases and how are they characterised 03:45 Diseases caused by premature stop codons in haploinsufficient genes. 04:35 The role of transfer RNA technology in finding solutions for premature stop codon diseases. 06:16 How Alltrna is engineering tRNAs which can bind to…
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In this, the 5th episode in our series on biblical genealogy, Dr Rob explains the origins of the nations that surrounded (and still surround) Israel. He explains who the Philistines, the Phoenicians, the Aramaeans, the Ammonites, the Moabites, and the Edomites were while adding lots of interesting little factoids that help us better understand the …
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Join us for this tiny expedition into the world of cinematic mutations. This episode explores the possibilities and limitations of how DNA mutations occur and asks whether green sludge can actually turn you into a ninja, a turtle, or both. To go behind the scenes and learn more about this episode, visit “Cinematic Mutations: Turtle Power!” Thanks f…
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In this fourth installment in a series on biblical genealogy, Dr Rob works through three challenging details that must be overcome if one is to use those genealogies to build a chronology of biblical history: how to link Genesis 5 and 11, how old Terah was when Abram left Haran, and how old Abram was when God made the “Promise”.…
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Almost every child born in the United States undergoes state-mandated newborn screening within the first 48 hours of life. The blood collected from a "heel stick" helps test for 80 different serious but treatable genetic disorders. These disorders can be either genetic (passed down in families) or congenital (present at birth). But... what if we co…
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Join me for quick review of the 2024 DGC Growers Cup! Join me for The Secret Stash hosted by Groovy Gravy https://l.instagram.com/?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.universe.com%2Fevents%2Fsecret-stash-genetics-and-culture-pop-up-2024-tickets-P4QWFK&e=AT2E5HuVCPqFZg1Y768L4aSKhBGdO7FqKX2UPn2gc4lH-ic1rngv-KWJrTwmjpRJCOc_WLRpSeHnTqRVzM_ertOSjpRCKo7lup8U6zTSRVriNQJZ…
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In this episode of Naked Genetics: What the latest genetics research has to say about restless leg syndrome; I put Illumina to the test and ask, 'what really grows on our food?'; And, what makes a tardigrade so tough? Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientistsद्वारा Will Tingle
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0:00 Introduction 1:45 Almut’s research experience, including two recent publications on genome-scale metabolic reconstruction human microorganisms Genome-scale metabolic reconstruction of 7,302 human microorganisms for personalized medicine APOLLO: A genome-scale metabolic reconstruction resource of 247,092 diverse human microbes spanning multiple…
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In this third installment in our series on biblical genealogy, Dr Rob explains why the data in Genesis 5 and 11 are so important. These are not just lists of names. The added ages allows us to piece together a timeline of biblical history. Problem is, you can’t directly connect the two passages. A several-year ambiguity is created when you try. The…
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0:00 Intro 1:30 Mavis’ career arc, from starting as a midwife to researching medical innovation and technology with an emphasis on advocacy and equity 7:00 Systemic issues that are easily overlooked in medical research and advancements Webinar: Participant Diversity: Increasing the Impact of Biomedical Research Webinar 10:00 Addressing Eurocentrici…
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In this second installment on biblical genealogy, Dr Rob explains why all those names (or at least most of them) in the Bible are so important. This should be encouraging to anyone who struggles to read the Bible for comprehension.द्वारा Dr. Robert Carter
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Nadia Billous is a mother of two young sons, including 9-year-old Andryusha who was diagnosed with GRIN2B-related neurodevelopmental disorder. Nadia and her family are Ukrainian and lived in Kyiv at the time of Andryusha’s birth. At first, he was a typical, healthy baby but began to have some alarming symptoms around 3 months of age which led to a …
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Join us for this tiny expedition into the world of genetics in pop culture. This episode broadly examines how science is represented in movies, TV shows, and more, setting the stage for the rest of the season. To go behind the scenes and learn more about this episode, visit “Real versus Reel: The portrayal of science in pop culture.” Thanks for lis…
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0:00 Introduction 2:00 Allison’s personal journey to researching epilepsy and ring chromosome 20 syndrome 4:00 Biggest challenges families face with ring chromosome 20 syndrome 11:00 Incidence and prevalence of r(20) syndrome, and how we can improve data reliability 21:00 Applying next generation sequencing to r(20) syndrome gene research 29:00 Eng…
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This is the first in a multi-part series on biblical genealogies. To understand what we are dealing with, we first need to know that there are two completely different types of name lists in the Bible. The first, an ancestor tree is easy. Ancestor trees are balanced and have a known number of people at each level. Even better, nearly all biblical a…
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Human-chimpanzee similarity is a hotly-debated topic in the evolution-creation wars. Are we 98, 95, 90, or 85% similar? One way to get at the question is to ask what is the longest stretch of DNA that is shared between the two species. This is a very difficult question to answer! But, unperturbed, Dr Rob set out to answer it. Will our fearless hero…
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0:00 Introduction 1:30 Ingrid’s initial interests in genetics, paediatrics, and newborn screening 2:45 How the original BabySeq project, a pioneering newborn sequencing program got started, how it’s going, and the launch of BabySeq2 8:45 Lessons from BabySeq1 and goals for BabySeq2 10:30 Potential societal and long-term considerations for those inv…
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0:00 Introduction 1:00 The backstory of how Kira first started DNA Today in 2012, when she was still in high school! 3:30 Some of Kira’s favourite topics she has discussed on DNA Today, including the legacy of Henrietta Lacks, and the story of a Glee actress with down syndrome 10:00 Kira’s best practices for podcasting, from over 10 years of experi…
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In this month's edition of Naked Genetics: Why a genetic bottleneck created decades ago means some whales are in deep water; how wastewater is helping genetic sequencer track down deadly diseases; And, surf's up! how one beach dwelling creature is shredding the gnar in order to find food... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked …
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0:00 Introduction 2:00 The value of an English Literature degree in designing and analysing research studies in medicine 3:45 Emma’s entrance to pharmacogenomics and her transition from practising physician to genetics research 6:00 How the East London Genes and Health program is increasing representation of diverse populations, namely South Asians…
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0:00 Introduction 1:00 George’s upcoming big projects, including developing full recycling, renewing energy, creating bioweather maps, and harnessing citizen science 6:45 Progress in engineering viral resistance in humans, including thoughts from pre- and post- pandemic 11:00 A swapped genetic code that prevents viral infections and gene transfer b…
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0:00 Intro 0:40 Jake’s experiences as a serial entrepreneur starting five companies with a basis in genomic science 5:30 Opportunities for research and drug development in the realm of somatic science 9:20 Somatic evolution and how it provides valuable insights into disease mechanisms 12:30 Advantages and disadvantages of studying germline genome-w…
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Show Notes: 0:00 Introduction 1:20 How polydactyl mutations can inform research on non-coding variant mechanisms The importance of low-affinity binding between transcription factors and targets How these lessons can help us improve our understanding of drug and target discovery See Veera’s January round-up for more information: https://www.gwasstor…
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When Ushta was pregnant with her third child, she found herself being told which tests she would be having done—rather than being offered options and having them explained to her. As a genetic counselor working in reproductive genetics, she had also started fielding many questions from individuals looking for more insight and direction in a time of…
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In this episode we celebrate 10 years of the podcast, we talk about on the go smoking devices, and I answer a question about skunk. Join us on Discord! https://discord.gg/iriearmy Support the show on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/growfromyourheartद्वारा Rasta Jeff/Irie Genetics
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This episode of Naked Genetics: has the evolutionary advantage to ADHD been uncovered? Also, We look at the microbiome of mining. And, the only vertebrate in the world that would thank you for saying that it looked like crap... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientistsद्वारा Will Tingle
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0:00 Introduction 0:45 Jean’s personal experiences with family members with genetic ALS 10:00 Jean’s thoughts on the barriers and facilitators to providing treatment for those with genetic ALS 13:20 Insights into C9orf72, a common genetic determinant of ALS, and how it can also be associated with FTD 16:10 Jean’s experiences as an active advocate f…
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Genetics and biotechnology are everywhere in pop culture these days. But have you ever wondered if the science behind those movies and TV shows is realistic? We’ll be joined by expert guests who will help us separate science facts from Hollywood elaboration. We’ll explore the ethics of gene editing, see if CSI's forensics hold up under a microscope…
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0:00 Introduction 1:05 Insights into the PD GENEration’s (a programme from the Parkinson's Foundation) milestones and progress points for the upcoming year 3:30 The shifting attitudes and perspectives of neurologists and healthcare workers at the PD GENEration 5:50 Insights into Nacho’s work with the genetics of Parkinson’s disease 10:20 Barriers a…
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Eleanor first interviewed Heather in 2018. At that time, Heather was several years out from completing a prophylactic mastectomy and oophorectomy related to her BRCA1 mutation and was living in Singapore. Her children were ages 10, 12, and 13. Heather shared her story of losing her mother to BRCA1-related breast cancer when she was only 13 and her …
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0:00 Intro 0:25 Mazen’s lifelong commitment to furthering the field of precision medicine in liver disease research, fueled by a personal connection of his grandmother developing MASH cirrhosis 2:30 Breakthroughs in the field of metabolic dysfunction-associated steatotic liver disease (MASLD) since the beginning of Mazen’s career 5:30 The potential…
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