Marshall Medical Faculty Podcast Central
Brandon Henderson, PhD - NIH awards $1.8 million for nicotine addiction research

Brandon Henderson, PhD - NIH awards $1.8 million for nicotine addiction research

June 1, 2021

Mackenzie (virtually) sits down with Dr. Brandon Henderson to discuss the $1.8 million grant awarded by the NIH to study the neurobiological and neurophysiological changes that occur due to vaping nicotine in flavored products. Learn more about how Dr. Henderson first became interested in nicotine research, what this grant money will allow him to accomplish, and more! 

 

MUSOM Press Release

More Information - Brandon Henderson, PhD

 

 

Black Men in White Coats Documentary Panel Discussion

Black Men in White Coats Documentary Panel Discussion

February 23, 2021

This episode contains a virtual panel discussion regarding the Black Men in White Coats documentary. 

 

Blackmeninwhitecoats.org

Charles Francis, MD - Inspire Wellness Program

Charles Francis, MD - Inspire Wellness Program

February 9, 2021

In the first new episode of 2021, Mackenzie (virtually) sits down with Dr. Charles Francis to discuss the new Inspire Wellness Program available to all MUSOM Faculty and Residents. 

 

More Information on the Faculty Wellness Program - Inspire Wellness

 

 

Building the Next Generation of Academic Physicians (Virtual Conference October 2020)

Building the Next Generation of Academic Physicians (Virtual Conference October 2020)

October 27, 2020

BNGAP Leadership & Academic Medicine Conference: Opportunities for Diverse Medical Students & Residents

October 16, 2020

 

Objectives

  • Learn the roles, responsibilities, and benefits of engaging in various medical school offices
  • Navigate the array of leadership opportunities in medical school offices or organizations
  • Explore academic medicine careers to fit personal & professional interest
  • Expand networks among academic medicine colleagues & role models

The conference is open to all but created to encourage trainees (medical students, residents) who are underrepresented in academic medicine (women, LGBTQ, and racial/ethnic minorities) to consider leadership opportunities during medical school, residency, and a future career in academic medicine. 

Usha Murughiyan, MBBS & Nicole Finley - Marshall Clinical Research Center

Usha Murughiyan, MBBS & Nicole Finley - Marshall Clinical Research Center

February 6, 2020

Mackenzie sits down with Dr. Usha Murughiyan and Nicole Finley from the Marshall Clinical Research Center. We discuss the goals and offerings of the center, Dr. Murughiyan and Nicole's roles, current trials and how you can be involved. 

 

Marshall Clinical Research Center

Current Clinical Trials

 

 

Kristina Dzara, PhD, MMSc - Social Media in Academic Medicine

Kristina Dzara, PhD, MMSc - Social Media in Academic Medicine

January 2, 2020

On another special episode of MUJCESOM Faculty Podcast Central, Mackenzie sits down with guest speaker, Kristina Dzara, PhD, MMSc. They discuss the use of social media in academic medicine and how it can be utilized as a networking tool. 

 

Dr. Dzara's LinkedIn

Dr. Dzara's Twitter

 

David Morton, PhD - Flipped Classroom

David Morton, PhD - Flipped Classroom

January 2, 2020

On a special edition of MUJCESOM Faculty Podcast Central, Mackenzie is joined by David Morton, PhD from the University of Utah School of Medicine. He visited Marshall University SOM to present on the concept of the 'Flipped Classroom' and sits down with Mackenzie to discuss it further!

 

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