• SDBN BUZZ Podcast: Anne Marbarger – Padres Pedal the Cause September 11, 2019 SDBN BUZZ Podcast: Anne Marbarger - Padres Pedal the Cause

    Anne Marbarger is the Executive Director of Padres Pedal the Cause. She joined me to talk about this organization that has raised just over ten million dollars in the last six years to fund research at four local cancer centers – The Moores Cancer Center, Sanford Burnham Prebys, The Salk Institute and Rady’s Childrens Hospital. Each ...

  • SDBN BUZZ Podcast: Does the Gut Microbiome Affect the Response to Immuno-Therapy? August 22, 2019 SDBN BUZZ Podcast: Does the Gut Microbiome Affect the Response to Immuno-Therapy?

    ? The bacteria in your gut play a big role in your health. And maybe more than you imagined. So much so that Stephanie Culler wants you to send her your poop. She is the CEO of Persephone Biome and she joined me to explain why. It turns out, immune checkpoint inhibitors can work better or worse ...

  • SDBN BUZZ Podcast: What Can Diversity and Inclusion Do for Your Business? August 6, 2019 SDBN BUZZ Podcast: What Can Diversity and Inclusion Do for Your Business?

    Diverse teams have been shown to be more innovative. But diversity alone is not sufficient. Team members need to feel included in whatever task is at hand. Otherwise, employee engagement suffers. Denise Pirrotti Hummel is the CEO of Lead Inclusively. She joined us on this podcast to talk about the benefits of diversity and inclusion, the ...

  • SDBN BUZZ Podcast: Christina Waters – Rare Science July 25, 2019 SDBN BUZZ Podcast: Christina Waters - Rare Science

    Christina Waters is the CEO and president of RARE Science. The mission is to identify more immediate therapeutic solutions for kids with rare diseases. There may be 7-8000 rare diseases, but because of their rarity, they are difficult to diagnose. That delays a treatment, if one exists at all, and makes it more urgent for the families ...

  • SDBN BUZZ Podcast: Lou Cooperhouse – BlueNalu and Cellular Aquaculture July 11, 2019 SDBN BUZZ Podcast: Lou Cooperhouse - BlueNalu and Cellular Aquaculture

    The worldwide demand for seafood is rising while the supply of fish is diminishing. BlueNalu is working to close that gap through cellular aquaculture – manufacturing fish meat in bioreactors. It begins with a fish biopsy. Muscle, fat and connective tissue cells are separated out and grown in bioreactors. The three cell types are intended to ...

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