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CTSI Discovery Radio is a unique facet of the Clinical & Translation Science Institute (CTSI) of Southeast Wisconsin. Each 30-minute monthly show informs and educates listeners about translational research relative to current health topics, clinical studies and advancements in biomedical research leading to better outcomes. CTSI Discovery Radio is hosted and produced by award-winning veteran radio personality Bryan Belmer. Visit the CTSI website at https://ctsi.mcw.edu
 
The CTStartUP podcasts is all about connecting people who are passionate about the growing Connecticut startup ecosystem. The story of how CTStartUP podcast got started is not unlike how startups begin. IT BEGAN WITH COFFEE Two entrepreneurs Mike Kauffman and Eric Francis had been meeting for coffee and discussing everything from what they were working on to what they wanted to see for Connecticut. The two connected over the fact that they are avid podcast listeners and thought it would be f ...
 
Es un canal elaborado por el Centro de Transporte Sustentable EMBARQ México, cuyo objetivo es acercar conocimiento y experiencias a todas las personas interesadas en transformar las ciudades hacia ciudades más sustentables. En este espacio difundiremos tendencias, herramientas y las lecciones aprendidas de las ciudades latinoamericanas en temas como: transporte, desarrollo urbano, calidad del aire, cambio climático, seguridad vial, gobernanza, reforma urbana y cultura de la movilidad.
 
The very first Science Café (also know as Café Scientifique) was held in Leeds in the United Kingdom in 1998. The founder of this grassroots movement, Duncan Dallas, describes a Café as “a place where, for the price of a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, people meet to discuss the latest ideas of science and technology which are changing our lives.” Since then, the Science Cafés have popped up all over the globe, with over 200 worldwide in more than 40 countries and at least 50 in the United ...
 
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The Stamford Startup Studio is a two-semester entrepreneurial working co-op experience for undergraduates and eight students will be working together to create technologies & products for the real estate and construction industry. Eric speaks with Tara Watrous about how this unique program is leveraging Connecticut's entrepreneurial ecosystem.This …
 
November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month. On today’s show, learn about effective surgical procedures for battling pancreas cancer and discover a new clinical trial aimed at improving patient treatments and outcomes. We’re focused on pancreatic cancer surgeries and treatments, inside this edition of CTSI Discovery Radio!…
 
Data is the future, and UConn is working with CTNext and StamfordNext to create a unique pilot program with a multi-component initiative around data science. Tune in to hear from Executive Director Dan Schwartz on why Stamford is poised to be the next big data startup hub, and how this program is laying the foundation for bigger things to come.This…
 
Wave Aerospace is a perfect example of how the state is helping to bring entrepreneurs together in the creation of a startup ecosystem. Tune in as Eric interviews co-founders Mark Strauss and Steve Bofill about how they're tackling the hardware side of the drone industry from right here in Stamford, CT.Sponsored by CTNext and Connecticut Innovation…
 
In our next eposide of the TIPP series, Eric speaks with Wendy of futuresTHRIVE, an early intervention mental health screening tool for youth. Eric and Wendy discuss the unique challenges of approaching adolescents mental health in a world with so many stigmas still attached.This podcast sponsored by CTNext and CT Innovations.…
 
UCONN's TIP program has proven wildly successful helping fledgling entrepreneurs take flight, and it's recent expansion into Stamford is already bearing fruit. Join us for a conversation with the people who make TIP tick, Mostafa Analoui and Margaret Feeney, and how they are working to grow Connecticut's startup ecosystem in one of our state's bigg…
 
Hearing loss affects millions of people, ranging from something that can create inconvenience to causing isolation. But, there are devices that can successfully restore hearing and improve quality of life. Plus, discover how we may already have a tool for better hearing right in our hands. Listen, and learn all about hearing loss…inside this editio…
 
CTStartup has been around for quite some time now, and we have talked with many guests who have done many great things. One of our first guests, Matt Cremins, has returned to CTStartup with a new idea on how to bring civility back to social media with his partner Keith Fox and their startup, CivilTalk.This podcast sponsored by CTNext and Connecticu…
 
Exposure to lead can be dangerous…especially for our children…posing a serious public health threat, and leading to efforts to mitigate risks for our families. We’re focusing on pediatric lead poisoning, inside this edition of CTSI Discovery Radio!저자 CTSI of Southeast Wisconsin
 
When a patient has a serious or terminal condition, an additional layer of care can come into action. It’s known as Palliative Care. In this episode, we focus on it, including a special opportunity to hear from a patient who’s receiving it. Discover the benefits & blessings of palliative care, inside this edition of CTSI Discovery Radio.…
 
Any podcast on businesses in Connecticut HAS to discuss innovation in insurance, and on this episode, Eric and Ojala kick off a discussion with two of Hartford's insurance innovators. Join us for a conversation with Cigna, a Hartford insurance staple for decades.This episode sponsored by CTNext and Connecticut Innovations.…
 
This episode is a bit different! Eric takes some time to talk with author and entrepreneur Amos Schwartzfab, who co-authored "Levers: The Framework for Building Repeatability Into Your Business." Built on decades of experience across hundreds of companies, Levers condenses the essentials of creating a metrics-driven company into five core workshops…
 
Functional abdominal pain disorders impact millions of children worldwide, with few effective treatment options available. Now, there’s a successful, innovative, non-pharmacological, alternative therapy that’s positively impacting and improving lives. Discover auricular neurostimulation, inside this edition of CTSI Discovery Radio!…
 
While some companies were relocating out of Connecticut, Stanley Black & Decker has been recommitting to the state it has called home for over 160 years. On this episode we speak with their Vice President of Business Development Marty Guay, who discusses navigating a global Fortune 500 company through a global pandemic, the sharp rise of DIYers stu…
 
Customer retention is a major issue for insurance companies, as is insurance fraud, and figuring out how to separate the good customers from the bad is worth billions. That is where Aureus Analytics comes in, using predictive analytics and machine learning to deliver insights to help insurers maximize customer lifetime value while providing a bette…
 
Being the insurance capital of the country, it should come as no surprise that Hartford is home to numerous insurance startups. Enter InsureTech Hartford, a community organization founded and run by insurance professionals, bringing this community together and promoting the entrepreneur ecosystem.This episode sponsored by CTNext and Connecticut Inn…
 
Breast cancer affects more American women than any other type of cancer. But the overall incidence and mortality rates don’t tell the whole story about breast cancer, leading to a large-scale study aiming to discover reasons for these significant disparities. Learn about the Breast Cancer: Race & Place research study, inside this edition of CTSI Di…
 
How do you become a 163 year old startup? It may seem like an oxymoron, but when it comes to reinventing itself, Nassau Re has made a name for itself in very short order. Tune in as Eric and Ojala discuss the ups and downs of insurance, finance, and supporting the Hartford startup ecosystem.This podcast is sponsored by CTNext and Connecticut Innova…
 
Launching a business - especially a food business - in the middle of a pandemic is a bold move. But that is exactly what the long-anticipated Parkville Market did in 2020, bringing its vision of a food hall to Hartford's hip Parkville section. Tune in for an exciting look at how this blooming business overcame so much and has reenergized an entire …
 
As we continue our Hartford Innovation Places series, we revisit a familiar name in the capitol startup ecosystem - reSET. The home and starting point of many great and innovative companies, reSET has become a hub of entrepreneurship in Hartford. In this episode we interview reSET's executive directory Sarah Bodley for a look at what in the incubat…
 
When the Innovation Places project was first announced, it was no surprise that Hartford was selected as one of Connecticut's designated innovation hubs. Several years later, the Innovation Places project has poured millions into growing the entrepreneurial ecosystem in the state capitol, and we've interviewed several companies and organizations th…
 
The pandemic made it difficult to get together, but people always find ways to connect. And for the first time in awhile, the CT Startup Podcast gang is back together, with Eric, Chris, Dave, and Ojala touching on the pandemic's effects on business in CT, how the workplace is evolving, and whether CT is more blue collar than white collar in the pos…
 
Recreational weed is big business, even though it remains illegal at the Federal level - which makes working with traditional banks a bit...difficult. But Mike Kennedy of Green Check Verified has stepped in to offer these businesses a better way to bank while minimizing the time, cost, and risk required to maintain compliance.…
 
Millions of American struggle with something essential for life: Breathing. This is due to a lifelong respiratory disease known as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease or COPD. Learn about the battle to breathe with COPD, including real-life experiences of those who have it, inside this edition of CTSI Discovery Radio!…
 
Few people can tell it like it is when it comes to doing business in Connecticut the way Mark Lassoff can. Founder of Framework Tech Media and longtime web/mobile development instructor, Mark reflects with Eric on the past decade of working in Connecticut, the struggles and triumphs that have marked his career, what the future holds post-pandemic, …
 
We have all seen businesses and flyers advertising for ISO ratings - and yet despite it being seemingly everywhere, many businesses don't actually know when they need ISO certification, and what it's used for. Enter Benjamin Trow of ISO Pro, who explains in fascinating detail the process and power of proper ISO ratings, and what businesses ACTUALLY…
 
The gaming world has grown by leaps and bounds, and many entreprenuers have great ideas - but lack the technical skills to implement their vision. That's when they turn to Bernard François, founder of rapid game prototyping company Preview Labs. Bernard's journey may have started across the Atlantic, but his entrepreneurial spirit is the sort of th…
 
We now have approved COVID-19 vaccines in the U.S. Although some people may be hesitant to get vaccinated, discover how and why these vaccines are safe and effective in protecting us against the COVID-19 coronovirus. Later, visit a vaccination clinic as someone receives their dose…and that ‘someone’ is host Bryan Belmer. Learn the facts about the C…
 
Hiring an employee is all about humans - yet the hiring process seems to be more and more automated, and less human, all the time. Enter Jamie Laufer and her recruitment firm Venn, which is grounded in the belief that a person’s greatest potential lives at the intersection of their talent and passion.…
 
Startups and businesses can take many different shapes - some are full-time endeavors, others are more like successful side hustles. For Paul Gaurino of PG Sports, the line has definitely blurred as the sports apparel brand has been flourishing into a beast of its own. Tune in for a discussion about sports, startups, and building a brand from a dee…
 
One part of a vibrant city and culture is that when people come to or move for work, for school, or an event they fall in love with it and decide to stay. This is the case for both co-directors of the Collab Caroline Tanbee Smith and Margaret Lee who came to school at Yale and decided to make New Haven home after they graduated. The Connecticut inn…
 
A critically important national, multi-institutional clinical trial is underway, and the CTSI is part of it, all in the hopes of finding an effective treatment today and perhaps in the future. Learn about the CONTAIN COVID Convalescent Plasma clinical trial, inside this edition of CTSI Discovery Radio!…
 
Dave Menard and Eric Francis sit down with the founders of The Bolder Company. Jenny Drescher and Ellen Ornato first came on CTStartup as Connect and Improv and return in their new form, as The Bolder Company. A fun conversation which highlighted how COVID-19 forced them to focus their energy into the business which they could have the most impact …
 
Being an entrepreneur comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, and Nick Wagner highlights how you can be an entrepreneur even with 9-5. Eric Francis sat down with Nick to explore his entrepreneurial journey from his first DJ contract with his high school to selling an aftermarket car parts business to starting a nonprofit. Through his non-profit C.I…
 
Eric Francis talks with Michael Cocuzza, Founder an CTO of EnviroPower, in his second appearance on the podcasts about the evolution of his company and himself as an entrepreneur. Over the past couple years, Michael has created a manufacturing company which will be releasing their SmartWatt boiler in 2021. Their heating technology, the SmartWatt Bo…
 
Eric Francis sits down with Al Bhatt, Director of District Arts and Education to discuss how he is focusing on digging wells instead of wondering if the glass is half full or half empty. Eric and Al start the conversation talking about the storming of the capital and where the country is at this moment in time. Throughout the podcast, Al showcases …
 
CTStartup founders and co-hosts, Eric Francis and Dave Menard, get back into the swing of podcasting as they discuss how the podcast has evolved, the new 2021 sponsorship from Connecticut Innovations and CTNext, and what topics the podcast looks to explore in 2021. The false start that was 2020 is over and CTStartup will be evolving this year to cr…
 
Pancreatic cancer. The mere mention of it makes us fear the worst. But while it is an aggressive form of cancer, we know more about its biology than even a decade ago, including recent groundbreaking research that could lead to more discoveries. Learn about pancreatic cancer and related research, inside this edition of CTSI Discovery Radio!…
 
Clearly, we see that 2020 was a year filled with stories of research and discovery through translational science, including several public health crises, ranging from gun violence impacting our local community, to a vaping epidemic injuring our national community, to an unprecedented coronavirus pandemic plaguing our global community. We’ll take a …
 
We live in a world filled with microorganisms that can threaten our public health. But thanks to vaccines, we can become immune to many otherwise dangerous, even deadly diseases. On today’s show, learn how vaccines protect us and save lives, ours and our children’s. We’re learning about vaccinations, inside this edition of CTSI Discovery Radio!…
 
The science of epidemiology looks into the incidence and distribution of diseases, and today researchers are tracking cases of and answers for the virus causing a worldwide pandemic. Discover the epidemiology of COVID-19, including definitions for terms you hear related to the Coronavirus. It’s all inside this edition of CTSI Discovery Radio!…
 
The year 2020 brought global health into greater focus than ever before. On today’s show, we’re bringing into focus how global health truly involves everywhere and everyone. Learn global health perspectives in times of a time of a global health pandemic, inside this edition of CTSI Discovery Radio!저자 CTSI of Southeast Wisconsin
 
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the US, a researcher who focuses on sickle cell disease (SCD) was concerned. So, she assembled a team to create a registry of SCD patients who’ve contracted COVID-19. Learn about a SCD/COVID-19 registry that’s now international in scope and hope of providing better outcomes, inside this edition of CTSI Discovery Radio…
 
Technology is not only changing how healthcare is delivered, it’s also advancing where and when it’s delivered. On today’s show, discover how the COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly increasing the need for virtual-care. We’ll also hear how virtual-care is impacting patients who are among the most vulnerable for getting COVID-19. Learn about virtual-care, …
 
From the onset, medical experts warned that patients with pre-existing conditions are more vulnerable to infection from the COVID-19 Coronavirus. On today’s show, discover how COVID-19 is impacting patients treated in the area of medicine know as cardio-oncology. We’ll also learn how recovered patients can make a difference in COVID-19 treatment an…
 
Worldwide efforts continue to control the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus. And while most haven’t contracted the virus, the social distancing and isolation from the pandemic have taken a toll on adults as well as kids. We’re exploring the psychological impacts of the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic. And later, learn about a nationwide registry col…
 
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