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We are a weekly podcast where we chat with the scientists behind your favorite hormones. But these just aren't any conversations with scientists. Each week, we highlight a new interview with real scientists who study hormones in any capacity, highlighting the diversity of hormones as well as the folks who study them. Visit our site to learn more! https://endocrinepod.com
 
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Host: Dr. Joel Steelman Expert Guest: Dr. Jon Oden In this episode, we will discuss MODY … maturity-onset diabetes of youth - a common form of monogenic diabetes. This disorder can be characterized as a heterogeneous group of autosomal dominant mutations that affect beta-cell function, which usually presents as non-ketotic hyperglycemia at a young …
 
HOST: Dr. Siripoom McKay GUEST SPEAKER: Dr. Tracy Patel In this Thyroid episode, we will focus on Hypothyroidism - the condition in which the thyroid gland is underactive and fails to make a sufficient amount of thyroid hormone. Symptoms in infants and children can be subtle and differ from adults. Guest expert Dr. Tracey Patel is an Assistant Prof…
 
Host Dr. Siripoom McKay Guest Expert Dr. Sophie Ebnenezzer In this episode on Adrenal, we will take a closer look at adrenal insufficiency. We will discuss clinical symptoms, physical exam findings as well as common laboratory findings, and more. Guest expert Dr. Sophie Ebenezer. Dr. Ebenezer is the Medical Director of the Bariatric Surgery Program…
 
Host Dr. Siripoom Mckay Guest Expert Dr. David Paul We will discuss the differences in diagnosing Cushing's Disease in children as compared with textbook cases and adult cases. This includes signs and symptoms, biochemical testing, and imaging for pituitary tumors. Joining us is Dr. David Paul – a Pediatric Endocrinology Specialist in Houston, Texa…
 
Host Dr. Melissa Hamm Guest Expert Dr. Perrin White In this episode on Adrenal, we will take a closer look at Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia - a genetic disorder of cortisol biosynthesis. By the early 1980s, it was understood that any of 5 enzymatic defects could cause this disease, with 21-hydroxylase deficiency accounting for over 90% of cases. J…
 
HOST/INTERVIEWER: Dr. Joel Steelman GUEST SPEAKER: Dr. Paul Thornton In this episode on “Hypoglycemia”, we focus on Hyperinsulinism, Ketotic hypoglycemia, and the Dumping syndrome. Joining us is Dr. Paul Thornton - a pediatric endocrinologist in Fort Worth-Dallas, Texas. He has been in practice for nearly 40 years.…
 
Today's minisode features Katherine briefly discussing the overall structure of the liver and how this structure helps the liver do its job. She talks about hepatocytes and portal triads, as well as what liver detoxing is really about. Tune in where ever you listen to podcasts to learn more about the general structure of your liver and how it does …
 
This week we talk to Ive Velikova, a science communicator with a personal hormone story. She talks to us about why she had to go through menopause at 22, how she has healed from her unique medical story, and her journey as a science communicator. Connect with Ive: twitter.com/sciencewithive instagram.com/sciencewithive Check out Ive's podcast at an…
 
Today's minisode features another flipped interview, with a very special guest interviewing Katherine to update us about her PhD, new career (and physical!) move, and other podcast updates. Learn more about Dani Twitter: https://twitter.com/dcrainium Connect with us!Website: endocrinepod.com Twitter: twitter.com/endocrinepod Instagram: instagram.co…
 
This week we talk to Solomon Alhassan, a PhD candidate from Universidad Austral de Chile and a member of the PROTECTED ITN program. He talks to us about why we should care about exosomes, fish, estrogens in the water, and his passion for citizen science. Connect with Solomon twitter.com/GucheHassan twitter.com/protected_itn Connect with us twitter.…
 
This week we talk to Brie M. Reid, a PhD candidate in Child Psychology and epidemiology at the University of Minnesota. She tells us how her background in architecture inspired her to become a scientist, and how she uses an integrative approach to study childhood development and health. Tune in to hear Brie talk to us about stress, cortisol, being …
 
Today's minisode features a flipped interview, with a very special guest interviewing Katherine about her PhD life, her research, and her future plans. Check out Stem Culture PodcastWebsite: https://www.stemculturepodcast.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/STEMculture Connect with us!Website: endocrinepod.com Twitter: twitter.com/endocrinepod Instag…
 
Today's soloseries features Katherine discussing where the heck she has been for a month, what she's learned, and why she's excited to move forward. Connect with us!Website: endocrinepod.com Twitter: twitter.com/endocrinepod Instagram: instagram.com/endocrinepod Facebook: facebook.com/endocrinepod Don't forget to support us on Patreon at patreon.co…
 
This week we talk to Chiara Talia and Mazia Amber, two PhD students from the ProtectED ITN program. They talk to us about their research understanding how complex mixtures impact human health and development. Tune in to today's episode to learn more about Chiara and Mazia's research, in vivo versus in vitro toxicology, and much more! Learn more abo…
 
Today's minisode features Katherine discussing the hormones that are produced by the pancreas. We talk about the islets of Langerhans, what they are and what hormones they produce, as well as the basics behind diabetes. Tune in where ever you listen to podcasts to learn more about the pancreas, what cells produce what hormones, and basics about the…
 
This week we talk to Dr. Deena Walker, a postdoc at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and soon-to-be PI in her own lab! She talks to us about sex differences in the brain and behavior, and how hormones influence this development. Tune in to today's episode to learn more about Deena's research, sexual differentiation, and more! Deena can be fo…
 
Today's minisode features Shreya discussing the hormones that are produced by the adrenal glands. We talk about the layers of the adrenals and what they produce, and how stress impacts basic hormone secretion from specific layers. Tune in today to learn more about the basics the hormones from your kidney party hats! And check out our website to lea…
 
This week we talk to Dr. Moira Kyweluk, a postdoc at University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and recent Northwestern PhD/MPH grad. She talks to us about trans* reproductive health, anti-Müllerian hormone, and assisted reproductive technologies. Tune in to today's episode to learn more about Moira's research, placenta fetching, and more! Moira…
 
This week we talk to Melissa Kelly, a psychology PhD student from Queens University Belfast and is part of the ProtectED ITN program. She talks to us about her research studying how the public perceives EDCs. Tune in to today's episode to learn more about Melissa's research, the ProtectED ITN program, how she conducts her research, and more! Meliss…
 
Today's minisode features Katherine is discussing the hormones that are produced by the thyroid and parathyroid. In this episode we talk about thyroid hormones, what type of salt is good for your, Missy Elliot, and what the heck a parathyroid is. Tune in today to learn more about the basics the hormones from your neck! And check out our website to …
 
In this week's episode, we talk to Kat Munley, a neuroendocrinologist from Indiana University. She talks to how hormones influence seasonal aggression in Siberian Hamsters. Tune in to today's episode to learn more about Kat's research, her journey into science, how she balances outreach and being in the lab, and more! Kat can be found at:https://km…
 
Today's minisode features Katherine and Shreya discussing the hormones that are produced by the hypothalamus, pituitary, and pineal gland. Tune in today to learn about hypothalamic hormones, what the pituitary is and why it is called the "master gland," and whether or not taking supplemental melatonin actually improves your sleep. Tune in today to …
 
In this week's episode, we talk to Laura Markley, an Environmental Engineering student from Syracuse University. She talks to us about chemicals like BPA and phthalates that mimic estrogens, as well as microplastics. Tune in to listen to Laura's journey into science, what microplastics are, and her fantastic science communication and advocacy work …
 
Today's minisode features Katherine and Shreya discussing the basics behind hormones and endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs). Tune in today to listen to Katherine talk about the foundational knowledge of the endocrine system, including what hormones are, how they work, and how the body uses them. Then, Shreya discusses key concepts regarding EDCs…
 
In this week's episode, we talk to Lauren Hewitt, a neuroscientist from the University of Texas - Austin. She talks to us about birth control (aka hormonal contraceptives, hormonal therapy) and the uses of these types of medications. Tune in to listen to Lauren's journey into science, what birth control is, male birth control, embroidery for scienc…
 
In today’s episode, we talk to Dr. Genoa Warner, a postdoc at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and chemist-turned-biologist. She studies how endocrine disrupting chemicals, like phthalates, impact the female reproductive system. Tune in to listen to Genoa's journey into science, what endocrine disruptors are, and how Genoa balances being …
 
Welcome to our first "minisode" (but not so mini, seeing as it's an hour...). Today we meet your Endocrine Disruptors podcast hosts, Katherine and Shreya. We talk about what we do, how we got into science, why we like hormones, as well as the goals for our podcast. Tune in to learn more about your hosts and learn about why we're so excited to be in…
 
Have you ever wanted to learn about hormones? Do random facts about cool science-y things get you excited? Check out this new podcast, Endocrine Disruptors, which launches on August 6th. Tune into this trailer to learn more about this new weekly science podcast, where we feature the scientists behind your favorite hormones. Connect with us! Twitter…
 
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