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Army – Healthcare, Science and Chaplaincy Careers

Army – Healthcare, Science and Chaplaincy Careers

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 11, 2019

[MUSIC PLAYING] Choice– that’s what life in the Army gives you. You’d be surprised by the amount of job opportunities that exist and career paths you can take in the Army, from aviation to administration, combat and security, and all the types of trade jobs you can imagine. There are also more than a dozen […]

NIH Job: Health Scientist Administrator – Program Officer

NIH Job: Health Scientist Administrator – Program Officer

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment December 11, 2019

I was interested in the Health Science Administrator position and I specifically was interested in the Program Officer side because,having been a scientist in the outside world and conducting research, I didn’t want to get away from science too much. Basically, what it allows me to do, is be involved in the bigger picture. I’m […]

A beer a day keeps the doctor away
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BSc Hons Pharmaceutical Science at Anglia Ruskin University

BSc Hons Pharmaceutical Science at Anglia Ruskin University

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 10, 2019

Hello, my name is Dr Basel Arafat, I’m the course leader for the pharmaceutical science BSc course here at Anglia Ruskin University. The pharmaceutical science program is a three-year program that covers a broad range of topics. It will provide students with the knowledge, training and development necessary to meet the demand of scientists within […]

A Man Was Kissed By His Dog. This Is How His Organs Shut Down.

A Man Was Kissed By His Dog. This Is How His Organs Shut Down.

By Bryan Wright 100 Comments December 10, 2019

A Man Was Kissed By His Dog. This Is How His Organs Shut Down. JD is a 63 year old man, presenting to the emergency room with fever and shortness of breath. He tells the admitting nurse that purplish spots had developed around his face, starting 3 days ago, and the feeling in his right […]

Marvin Minsky: Health, population and the human mind

Marvin Minsky: Health, population and the human mind

By Bryan Wright 77 Comments December 9, 2019

If you ask people about what part of psychology do they think is hard, and you say, “Well, what about thinking and emotions?” Most people will say, “Emotions are terribly hard. They’re incredibly complex. They can’t — I have no idea of how they work. But thinking is really very straightforward: it’s just sort of […]

This Ancient Mammal’s Ears Were Built for Chewing

This Ancient Mammal’s Ears Were Built for Chewing

By Bryan Wright 100 Comments December 8, 2019

[♪ INTRO] Last week in the journal Nature, researchers announced that they’ve found a new fossil that might help us understand one of the most unique features of mammals: our ears. Also, the little guy is, like, really cute… so there’ that. Called Jeholbaatar kielanae, this animal was found by paleontologists in Northeast China. It […]

Becoming A Doctor Is Not For Everyone

Becoming A Doctor Is Not For Everyone

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 7, 2019

So, my name is Anna Brown and I’m a medical student at Duke but working here at the NIH for the year and we’re in the molecular imaging clinic. Which is a clinic that focuses on different types of cancer and developing new imaging agents to look at the cancer. This year I’m focusing on […]

Can these identical twin doctors beat pain without pills? – BBC

Can these identical twin doctors beat pain without pills? – BBC

By Bryan Wright 20 Comments December 6, 2019

Chris and I have left the TwInstitute to continue our quest for a pill free pain treatment I actually couldn’t find a scientist willing to do something painful enough to both of us to really test the two method really yeah so instead I’ve brought us here we’re getting inked to science really yeah tattoos […]