Episodes
This podcast is intended for US healthcare professionals only. If you want her to stop talking about racial and gender disparities in healthcare, fix the system. Eric J. Topol, MD, Director, Scripps Translational Science Institute; Professor of Molecular Medicine, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California; Editor-in-Chief, Medscape Abraham Verghese, MD, Physician, author, and educator; Professor and Vice Chair, Theory & Practice of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Stanford...
Published 10/20/21
Dr Eric Topol explores the next 20 years of progress in artificial intelligence with expert Kai-Fu Lee. This podcast is intended for US healthcare professionals only. Host and Guest bylines Eric J. Topol, MD, Director, Scripps Translational Science Institute; Professor of Molecular Medicine, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California; Editor-in-Chief, Medscape Kai-Fu Lee, Computer Scientist, Beijing, China You may also like: Medscape's Chief Cardiology Correspondent Dr John M....
Published 10/04/21
Jeremy Farrar explains why we must expect new variants, and why he'd like to give away his booster shot. This podcast is intended for US healthcare professionals only. To read a full transcript of this episode or to comment please visit: https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/957150 You may also like: Medscape's Chief Cardiology Correspondent Dr. John M. Mandrola's This Week In Cardiology: https://www.medscape.com/twic Discussions on topics at the core of cardiology and the practice of...
Published 09/22/21
To read a full transcript of this episode or to comment please visit: https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/958292 Virologist Florian Krammer talks about how much we should worry about the Delta virus and the truth about antibody tests. This podcast is intended for US healthcare professionals only. You may also like: Medscape's Chief Cardiology Correspondent Dr. John M. Mandrola's This Week In Cardiology: https://www.medscape.com/twic Discussions on topics at the core of cardiology and...
Published 09/14/21
With his latest book, 'Viral,' Robin Cook says he's trying to entertain people and get them to think about the parts of healthcare that aren't working. To read a full transcript of this episode or to comment please visit: https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/956839 Robin Cook, 'Viral': https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/667077/viral-by-robin-cook/ You may also like: Medscape's Chief Cardiology Correspondent Dr John M. Mandrola's This Week In Cardiology:...
Published 08/30/21
You may also like: Medscape's Chief Cardiology Correspondent Dr John M. Mandrola's This Week In Cardiology: https://www.medscape.com/twic Discussions on topics at the core of cardiology and the practice of medicine with Dr Robert A. Harrington and guests on The Bob Harrington Show: https://www.medscape.com/author/bob-harrington For questions or feedback, please email: [email protected]
Published 08/20/21
With tales of Post-it Notes and fire trucks, Shane Crotty explains COVID immunology and vaccine responses for scientists and nonscientists alike. To read a full transcript of this episode or to comment please visit: https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/954796 You may also like: Medscape's Chief Cardiology Correspondent Dr John M. Mandrola's This Week In Cardiology: https://www.medscape.com/twic Discussions on topics at the core of cardiology and the practice of medicine with Dr Robert A....
Published 08/03/21
The culture of medicine is an invisible force with the strength of gravity that keeps the profession stuck, Robert Pearl says. To move forward, physicians have to own their role and drive change. Uncaring: How the Culture of Medicine Kills Doctors & Patients https://www.publicaffairsbooks.com/titles/robert-pearl-md/uncaring/9781541758254/ You may also like: Medscape's Chief Cardiology Correspondent Dr John M. Mandrola's This Week In Cardiology https://www.medscape.com/twic Discussions...
Published 07/09/21
To read a full transcript of this episode or to comment please visit: https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/951481 In her new book Life on the Line, Emma Goldberg shines a spotlight on "the absolutely invaluable work of healthcare providers" during the COVID crisis in New York. Life on the Line: Young Doctors Come of Age in a Pandemic https://www.harpercollins.com/products/life-on-the-line-emma-goldberg?variant=32894728437794 In her new book 'Life on the Line,' Emma Goldberg shines a...
Published 06/25/21
Talking with Eric Topol and Abraham Verghese, Walter Isaacson describes the stories behind his latest book, 'The Codebreaker,' including how he contrived a Zoom meeting between key players who'd drifted apart. The Codebreaker, by Walter Isaacson https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/The-Code-Breaker/Walter-Isaacson/9781982115852 https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/The-Code-Breaker/Walter-Isaacson/9781982115852 To read a full transcript of this episode or to comment please visit:...
Published 06/18/21
At home with politicians and news anchors, CIDRAP's Michael Osterholm shares three rules of science and the media, and explains why policy and science belong together like chocolate and peanut butter. To read a full transcript of this episode or to comment please visit: https://www.medscape.com/features/public/machine Eric J. Topol, MD Director, Scripps Translational Science Institute; Professor of Genomics, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California; Editor-in-Chief, Medscape ...
Published 05/14/21
Our problem with vaccines is that we talk about people instead of talking with people and listening to their perspectives.
Published 05/05/21
Peter Hotez regularly counters antiscience rhetoric. He tells Eric Topol and Abraham Verghese how the movement cost lives in COVID-19, and that as clinicians, speaking up for science is "our lane."
Published 04/21/21
In a conversation with Eric Topol, former CDC director Tom Frieden discusses the agency's response to COVID-19, how the world got lucky in some ways, and his effort to improve global health.
Published 04/15/21
Virologist-author Roberto Burioni talks about the relevance of variants, why vaccines are our ticket out of this nightmare, and how best to deal with science and vaccine skeptics.
Published 04/01/21
This is a special episode of the 'Medicine and the Machine' podcast, to celebrate Bellevue Literary Review's 20th anniversary -- with Dr Eric Topol, Dr Abraham Verghese, and Dr Danielle Ofri.
Published 03/26/21
Global health expert Devi Sridhar discusses with Eric Topol and Abraham Verghese how the countries that took the threat seriously from the get-go have fared better in loss of life and economic recovery.
Published 03/18/21
The NBA was looking for help with COVID-19 surveillance. They found it in Nathan Grubaugh's team at Yale. Grubaugh talks with Eric Topol and Abraham Verghese about that collaboration and more.
Published 02/23/21
After a weak early response to COVID, Israel leads the world in vaccinations. The benefits are apparent, Eran Segal says. But hurdles remain, including finishing vaccinations and staving off variants.
Published 02/17/21
Angela Rogers on COVID-related ARDS, how ICU COVID care has changed over the months, and why it is a privilege to be an ICU doctor during COVID.
Published 02/03/21
Seth Berkley, CEO of Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance, talks about vaccines, optimal vaccine distribution in the US and across the globe, and why he's optimistic about COVID and future outbreaks.
Published 01/20/21
A member of Biden's COVID advisory board, Goosby talks about why it's wise to unpack the vaccine trials, reach out to community organizations, and keep the pipeline of minority physicians full.
Published 01/12/21
Virologist Angela Rasmussen talks about her battle against misinformation in the media, the virus, vaccines, disinfecting surfaces, home testing, and the next pandemic.
Published 12/30/20
Melanie Mitchell talks about the challenge of giving a machine the native knowledge of a toddler, and why we shouldn't feel threatened by artificial intelligence.
Published 12/23/20
Mark Smith treated patients during the height of the AIDS epidemic. Here he discusses how we can get through the current pandemic and make progress on social issues that affect health and healthcare.
Published 12/09/20