TIME to Talk - Science & Medicine

TIME to Talk - Science & Medicine


Latest Episodes

The Marvelous Universe of Cell-Based Therapy: First-In-Canada Clinical Trials to Regrow the Lungs of Premature Babies
May 27, 2024

Get to know our special guest Dr. Bernard Thbaud. Dr. Thbaud is a clinician-scientist with a focus on the clinical translation of stem cell-based therapies for lung diseases. Dr. Thbaud is a senio

Made in Canada CAR-T therapy: Reprogramming a patient’s cells to kill their cancer
April 29, 2024

Get to know Dr. Annette Hay. Dr. Annette Hay is a Hematologist within the Department of Medicine, Queens University, cross-appointed to the Departments of Oncology and Pediatrics, and a Senior Inves

What every young women should know about alcohol consumption
April 03, 2024

Get to know Dr. Jennifer Flemming Dr. Flemming is an Associate Professor of Medicine and Public Health Sciences at Queens University with clinical training in gastroenterology, hepatology and liver

Hocus POCUS: Detecting early signs of heart disease
April 02, 2024

Get to know Dr. Amer Johri a professor and clinician in the department of medicine at Queens University, Kingston, Ontario. Dr. Johri is an expert on 3D echocardiography, interventional echocardio

Women That Bleed
February 07, 2024

The TIME podcast is getting a bit of an update! We would like to introduce: TIME to Talk Science & Medicine with hosts Dr. Stephen Archer and Dr. Charlie Hindmarch.This new podcast is designed to

When lung cancer calls for extra help!
August 04, 2023

In medicine, we often use reviewsand guidelines to inform best practices that are safe, and effective and are updated regularly based on new forthcoming evidence. The treatment of malignant superior

Histamine Production by the Gut Microbiota Induces Visceral Hyperalgesia through Histamine 4 Receptor Signaling in Mice
April 05, 2023

Synopsys:Irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS, is a common disorder characterized by abdominal pain and altered bowel habits. While there may be multiple mechanisms that lead to development of IBS, the b

From cardiology to coronavirus; how a team of international scientists pivoted their research to rise to a global challenge
December 13, 2022

Synopsys:In early 2020, Dr Archer(Queens University, Canada)proposed a novel mechanism for the way in which the SARS-CoV-2 virus responsible for COVID-19 might affect our lungs. He proposed that t

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