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Weekly Lectures on human anatomy and physiology. Best for undergraduate students entering any medical and or health profession degree program. Sam your host of the Anatomy & Physiology for Students is a 20 year healthcare educator and hospital clinician. He will give informative and entertaining lectures on all things Anatomy & Physiology. You can also visit our site at http://www.medbrainmedia.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/anatomy--physiology-for-students/support
 
This podcast is a series of lectures on Anatomy and Physiology taught by Dr. Gerald Cizadlo. For a course outline and/or Dr. C's blackboard, please visit the Web site at http://faculty.css.edu/gcizadlo/AnatPhys/index.html. If you'd like to register for the free and open online course associated with Doc C.'s Intro to Anatomy and Physiology podcast, please go to http://go.css.edu/learn. The course is offered in Fall 2012.
 
Dan Quintana is a scientist trying to better understand how our physiology influences behaviour. On this show you'll find a mix of episodes on research that's catching Dan's eye in biological psychology, interviews with other scientists, and Dan sharing his daily research process. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Another session sent in by one of our listeners, what does it do well and what could be improved? Check out the session below and then listen to our thoughts: 10 x 400m @ 100% VO2max with 400m easy jogging recovery (approx. 1:2 work to rest ratio) For more free resources about improving endurance performance, sign up to our email list here: http://…
 
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 (U…
 
Luke and Nick answer a question about Ultra running in this episode and what the main goal should be for events lasting 6hours and more. Is it purely to be better at using Fats as a fuel source? Is it worth doing Threshold, Tempo or even VO2max work? here our thoughts in this episode. For more free resources about improving endurance performance, s…
 
In a follow up to our discussion on threshold based training last week, here's a perfect example of a session that executes this aspect of our physiology really well. One of our listeners sent in the following: 5 x 5min (4min @ 100% FTP, 1min @ 105-120% FTP) with 2.5min recovery In the context of preparing for a TT run up the 1 in 20 climb, this is…
 
A few great questions sent in recently asking if going to Zone 2 ONLY training is a good idea in a base phase and what the difference between VO2 and Threshold sessions are. here our thoughts on this episode on both topics and how we process these decisions for building training programs. For more free resources about improving endurance performanc…
 
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 t…
 
In this episode we talk about an awesome session we use for a number of athletes and why it's really effective PLUS we critique our own work and tell you how we've gone back and improved the session over the years to get to where it is now. Main set: 2 sets of 1 x 5min @ 88-92% VO2max, 2.5min @ 60-70% VO2max 5 x 1min @ 100-105% VO2max, 30s Passive …
 
Another great session sent through by one of our listeners. Session Details: 4km warm up & strides Main set: 10 x 800m @ 120% Threshold Pace, 90s jog recovery 4 x 200m max speed, 2min passive recovery 2km easy cool down Check out what we think, what we'd change and more in this episode. For more free resources about improving endurance performance,…
 
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 answer…
 
We have this question a lot..."How far off A-Grade cycling am I?" or "If my VO2max improves will that make me an A-Grade rider?" So we thought we'd share our thoughts on what separates A from B-grade cyclists, form physiology to performance smarts & tactics. For more free resources about improving endurance performance, sign up to our email list he…
 
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…
 
Another session sent in, this time imagine starting out very easy and continually increasing or 'ramping' up the intensity then gradually ramping it back down. What does this aim to do? Nick and Luke chat through the session and talk about why flipping that upside down to do "u-shapes" instead of pyramids would potentially be a much more effective …
 
Nick and Luke breakdown a session sent through by a podcast listener, repeats of a short hard effort followed by a sub threshold block, back into a 30s burst. Is this an effective session or what could be changed to get more out of it? Plus when might you use this type of session in your training? For more free resources about improving endurance p…
 
How does a single intriguing patient encounter lead to a clinical research career investigating extreme premature birth history and increased risk of cardiopulmonary complications later in life? In this new episode of Behind the Bench with AJP-Heart and Circ, co-hosts Lisandra de Castro Brás (East Carolina University) and Charlotte Usselman (McGill…
 
Who does METS turn to to keep up to date with the science of aerobic training? This guy. Nathan Heaney (AKA The Conditioning Consultant) joins Luke in an absolutely awesome, must listen episode of the Podcast. They dive into the science of maximising time at VO2max, training intensity distribution (i.e. polarised), field testing for maximal aerobic…
 
You know we love our VO2max intervals and this session is one of those. Nick and Luke chat about doing short HIIT this time and how doing 30s ON/30s OFF can achieve a similar stimulus to our favourite 2-4min effort @ 95% VO2max with equal very easy recovery. PLUS why this session might be more or less specific to you depending on what type of athle…
 
This is a story about a good guy (thioredoxin) vs. a bad guy (Txnip). Consulting Editor Paras Mishra (University of Nebraska Medical Center) interviews lead author Jun Yoshioka (City University of New York) and expert Rebecca Ritchie (Monash University) about the latest research by Yoshioka and co-authors. As the underlying basis of diabetic cardio…
 
The Balanced Runner is BACK! Paul Mackinnon joins us agin on the podcast to talk all things running technique, including the big mistakes he sees athletes and coaches make, why trying to activate your glutes isn't fixing any problems and his insight on how pro's could be even faster than they already are, IF they learnt to run more effectively. One…
 
Low Cadence is a training method lots of cyclists would have heard of or used, but what does it aim to do and are there some better alternatives to make sure you get best bang for buck in your training. Nick and & Luke talk through their thoughts on another training sessions explained episode of the podcast. For more free resources about improving …
 
Lockdown 5.0 in Melbourne came at a perfect time for us to sit down and watch the Zwift Tri-Battle between Jan Frodeno and Lionel Sanders, ultimately leading to the Ironman distance World Record being smashed. Luke, Nick & Tyler chat about their thoughts on the science, innovation and ultimately their reactions to the event. Plenty to unpack in thi…
 
Does maternal vaping cause brain blood vessels to behave abnormally in offspring? The short answer: yes. Consulting Editor Junie Paula Warrington (University of Mississippi Medical Center) interviews authors Mark Olfert and Paul Chantler (both at West Virginia University School of Medicine), along with expert Alex Carll (University of Louisville) a…
 
Training sessions explained is where Nick & Luke bring up one of your training sessions, an idea for a session or something we've seen online and discuss the physiology, the good and the bad behind it. This time it's a running session: 6 x 6min at Threshold PLUS 6 x 200m FAST. For more free resources about improving endurance performance, sign up t…
 
In this NEW podcast sub-series Nick & Luke choose one of your training sessions, something we've seen online or an idea for a session, turn the mic on and give our immediate thoughts and reactions. This episode is all about a recently suggested session by an Athlete to do 1min On/3min Off. For more free resources about improving endurance performan…
 
Why does obesity cause hypertension in some individuals but not others? Consulting Editor Dr. Shawn Bender (University of Missouri) interviews authors Stephanie Watts and Greg Fink (both of Michigan State University), along with expert Andreas Beyer (Medical College of Wisconsin), about a new study by Watts et al. Fink and Watts have had a prolific…
 
What is the impact of testosterone and exercise on fitness, body composition and strength in otherwise healthy middle-to-older aged men with mild testosterone deficiency? Associate Editor Jason Carter (Montana State University) interviews first author Lauren Chasland (University of Western Australia) and expert Megan Wenner (University of Delaware)…
 
Does stimulation of the soluble guanylate cyclase pathway in late gestation improve intrauterine growth restriction in a reduced uterine perfusion pressure (RUPP) rat model of placental ischemia? In our latest podcast, Stella Goulopoulou (University of North Texas Health Science Center) interviews authors Barbara Alexander and Laura Coats (Universi…
 
Can epigenetic analysis of DNA methylation in the myocardial genome be used to evaluate individual differences in response to treatment among heart failure patients? Consulting Editor Dr. Nisha Charkoudian (U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine) interviews lead author Dr. Adam Wende (University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham)…
 
As we uncover in our latest podcast episode, a meta-analysis of multiple RNA sequencing datasets with different data types leads to truly novel insights. Listen as Consulting Editors Ganesh Halade (University of South Florida) and Taben Hale (University of Arizona) interview authors Adam Engler and Alex Whitehead (University of California, San Dieg…
 
What do an undergraduate degree in history, the transcription factor Forkhead box class O1 (FoxO1), and maternity leave have in common? In this new episode of our Behind the Bench podcast, host Lisandra de Castro Bras (East Carolina University) and her new co-host Charlotte Usselman (McGill University) interview lead author Kate Weeks (Baker Heart …
 
In this episode, Nick chats with Nathan Fenton (a.k.a the Run Power Coach) and discusses all things running and power meters including technology such as Stryd, how to implement the data in training and where the industry might be heading when it comes to using this metric. About Nathan: A lifelong endurance athlete and is fascinated by the many di…
 
What is the effect of vascular function in the pathogenesis of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)? According to Centers for Disease Control data, there are approximately 3 million people with IBD in the U.S. population, with more than 7,000 new cases of IBD diagnosed every year. IBD patients are at greater risk for developing cardiovascular disease c…
 
Another race was cancelled recently with a number of athletes now left wondering what to do as they completely re-think their preparation for the rescheduled event. Luke talks about how to make the most of your training with the adjusted timeline till race day. More free resources at https://go.metsperformance.com.au/free-mets-mastermind…
 
Does inorganic arsenic in drinking water lead to cardiac hypertrophy? In this episode, host Dominic Del Re (Rutgers New Jersey Medical School) interviews lead author Mark Kohr (Johns Hopkins University) and expert Nicole Purcell (Huntington Medical Research Institutes) about the new study by Kohr and colleagues, which studied the effects of an envi…
 
We recorded our latest episode on International Women’s Day 2021, and the topic is particularly relevant and fitting. Host Jessica Faulkner (Augusta University) interviewed authors Graeme Smith and Logan Barr (both at Queen’s University), as well as expert Junie Paula Warrington (University of Mississippi Medical Center) about a new study by Barr e…
 
It's that time of year again! The Step 1 study season is upon us so be sure to download the ITB app to get all of the resources we offer or follow along on the Study Smarter podcast. Learn more on our website. Study on the go Get the ITB app for iOS and Android or make a free account on our website. Keep studying with our other podcasts: Crush Step…
 
What are the cardiovascular effects of propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin (PG:VG) and saturated aldehydes used in electronic cigarettes? Guest Editor Loren Wold (The Ohio State University) interviews senior author Daniel Conklin (University of Louisville) and expert Mark Olfert (West Virginia University) about the latest study by Jin et al., w…
 
How well do we understand the underlying mechanisms of the cardiovascular consequences associated with binge drinking at night? Consulting Editor Nisha Charkoudian (U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine) interviews lead author Jason Carter (Montana State University) and expert Craig Steinback (University of Alberta) about the lates…
 
This is the audio version of a paper I recently co-authored in Trends in Cognitive Sciences, titled "How podcasts can benefit scientific communities". I'm reading the preprint version of the article, which is very similar to the published version. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
What are the latest technological advances for studying cell membrane proteins? Podcast host Lisandra de Castro Brás (East Carolina University) interviews lead author Tony Gramolini (University of Toronto) and expert Sarah Parker (Cedars-Sinai Medical Center) about the latest Review by Lee et al, which outlines challenges in the development of hear…
 
What are the acute effects of inhaling nicotine through an e-cigarette on cardiovascular neural regulation? In this episode Guest Editor Loren Wold (The Ohio State University) interviews lead author William Cooke (Michigan Technological University) and expert Ted Wagener (The Ohio State University) about the latest research by Gonzalez and Cooke on…
 
ITB is proud to announce a collaboration between Ars Longa Media and a group of medical students from Johns Hopkins University: The Health Beat. This show aims to deliver medical news in a digestible fashion for fellow students and the general public as well. The group has been following the coronavirus pandemic extensively and posting daily to the…
 
Welcome to Physiology by Physeo (an InsideTheBoards podcast)! This show brings together some of the best boards-relevant content for physiology and pathophysiology from three innovative platforms: Physeo, InsideTheBoards, and Med School Phys. Having gone through the grind of med school ourselves, we understand the fast-paced lifestyle you're living…
 
Welcome to Physiology by Physeo (an InsideTheBoards podcast)! This show brings together some of the best boards-relevant content for physiology and pathophysiology from three innovative platforms: Physeo, InsideTheBoards, and Med School Phys. Having gone through the grind of med school ourselves, we understand the fast-paced lifestyle you're living…
 
After Luke found a Facebook ad outlining "improvement" in anaerobic performance as a result of a respiratory muscle trainer, he was both shocked and bit annoyed that another device has entered the industry making some interesting claims to say the least. So we thought we should talk bout it as we know many on social media immediately jumped on boar…
 
Welcome to Physiology by Physeo (an InsideTheBoards podcast)! This show brings together some of the best boards-relevant content for physiology and pathophysiology from three innovative platforms: Physeo, InsideTheBoards, and Med School Phys. Having gone through the grind of med school ourselves, we understand the fast-paced lifestyle you're living…
 
Welcome to Physiology by Physeo (an InsideTheBoards podcast)! This show brings together some of the best boards-relevant content for physiology and pathophysiology from three innovative platforms: Physeo, InsideTheBoards, and Med School Phys. Having gone through the grind of med school ourselves, we understand the fast-paced lifestyle you're living…
 
Something we often take for granted and forget when looking at the next 1% improvement is that a change in a part of our physiology may not actually generate a positive impact. Luke & Nick discuss the process whereby our performance is the result of the interaction of multiple systems (mainly we discuss respiratory, cardiovascular and muscular syst…
 
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