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The April 2008 Radiation Research Podcast

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Updated: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The April 2008 Radiation Research podcast is presented by Massimo.

In her News Minute, Vered amuses us on the origin of…April’s Fool!

For the interview of the month, Tracy spoke to Chris Wamby, Jenine Sanzary and Ann Kennedy from the Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA.

Their paper is entitled Dietary Antioxidants Protect Hematopoietic Cells and Improve Animal Survival after Total-Body Irradiation and focuses on radioprection in mice, evaluate via their hematopoietic response. Your thoughts on this paper are welcome here.

Tags:  radioprotectors 

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The March 2008 Radiation Research Podcast

Posted By Administration, Monday, March 31, 2008
Updated: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The March 2008 Radiation Research podcast is presented by Massimo.

In her News Minute, Vered talks about Science Education in the United States, the reduced interest in Engineering and Math, compared to China and India, and the social impact that this could have.

For the interview of the month, Massimo spoke to Leslie Respath, from University of California Irvine, last author of the paper Low Doses of Very Low-Dose-Rate Low-LET Radiation Suppress Radiation-Induced Neoplastic Transformation In Vitro and Induce an Adaptive Response. This paper focuses on adaptive responses in a not-so-classic way.

Sara Rockwell highlights what’s in this month of _Radiation Research_, beginning with the paper by Dr Szumiel, recipient of the ERR’s 2007 Bacq and Alexander Award, and highlighting manuscripts about non-ionizing radiation effects.

Your comments to this podcast are most welcome.

Tags:  adaptive responses  Low dose 

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The February 2008 Radiation Research Podcast

Posted By Administration, Thursday, February 28, 2008
Updated: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The February 2008 Radiation Research podcast is presented by Massimo.

In her News Minute, Vered talks about NOTE, a new European Program dedicated to expand the current understanding of health effects caused by low-level doses of ionizing radiation. NOTE stands for Non-Targeted effects of ionizing radiation and the program funds studies focusing Bystander effects, adaptive response and genomic instability.

For the interview of the month, Tracy talks to Dr. Palitti, last author of the paper Apoptosis Preferentially Eliminates Irradiated G0 Human Lymphocytes Bearing Dicentric Chromosomes.

Sara Rockwell highlights what’s in this month of _Radiation Research_.

Your comments to this podcast are most welcome.

Tags:  adaptive responses  Apoptosis  chromosomal aberration  genomic instability  non-targeted effects 

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The January 2008 Radiation Research Podcast

Posted By Administration, Thursday, January 31, 2008
Updated: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

This is the January 2008 Radiation Research podcast, presented by Massimo.

In her News Minute, Vered highlights the problem of conflict of interest in the scientific setting.

For the interview of the month, Massimo talks to Dr. Mark Little, from Imperial College London, first author of the paper A Systematic Review of Epidemiological Associations Between Low and Moderate Doses of Ionizing Radiation and Late Cardiovascular Effects, and Their Possible Mechanisms

Sara Rockwell highlights what’s in this month of Radiation Research, with her wishes for a wonderful New Year (and the year of the Rat, in China)

Your comments to this podcast are most welcome.

Tags:  cardiovascular effects 

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The December 2007 Radiation Research Podcast

Posted By Administration, Monday, December 31, 2007
Updated: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The December 2007 Radiation Research podcast is presented by Massimo.

For the interview of the month, Sylvain Costes spoke to David Brenner from Columbia University in New York. David Brenner is the senior author of the article entitled Biophysical Models of Radiation Bystander Effects: Spatial Effects in Three-Dimensional Tissues. The discussion focuses on how reproducible Bystander experiments are before going into the specifics of Dr. Brenner’s work on Bystander effects and their implications.

We welcome your comments here.

Tags:  3D cell culture  Apoptosis  differentiation  micronucleation  non-targeted effects 

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The November 2007 Radiation Research Podcast

Posted By Administration, Friday, November 30, 2007
Updated: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

This is the November 2007 Radiation Research podcast, presented by Massimo.

For the interview of the month, Tracy talks to Dr. Raymond Warters, from the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, first author of the paper Phosphorylation in Irradiated Human Melanoma Cells.

In the News Minute, Vered focuses on philanthropy and its role in funding scientific research, the pros (would you like not having to deal with grant writing?) and cons of this type of funding, relative to government-sponsored grants.

Sara Rockwell highlights what’s in this month of Radiation Research, which covers a very wide range of subject areas.

We welcome here your comments to this podcast.

Tags:  philantropy  phosphoproteome 

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The October 2007 Radiation Research Podcast

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, October 31, 2007
Updated: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The October 2007 Radiation Research podcast is presented to you by Massimo.

In the News Minute, Vered introduces the Nature Network, a web-based platform for scientists, science communicators, and the general public to meet and discuss science-related issues. Vered also highlights a recent discussion on the Nature Network dealing with Watson and his suspension from Cold Spring Harbor.

For the interview of the month, Massimo talks to professor Jukka Juutilainen, from the University of Kuopio, Finland, co-author of the paper Mobile phone radiation and the developing brain: behavioral and morphological effects in juvenile rats.

Sara Rockwell, Editor in Chief of Radiation Research, informs us that all copies of Radiation Research, since volume 1, issue 1, 1954, are now available on J-Stor. Also, Sara highlights what’s this month in the Journal.

We welcome here your comments to this podcast.

Tags:  non-ionizing radiation 

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The September 2007 Radiation Research Podcast

Posted By Administration, Sunday, September 30, 2007
Updated: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The September 2007 Radiation Research podcast is presented to you by Massimo.

This month we launch a new column: the News Minute, curated by Vered Anzenberg. In its first issue, Vered gives you a step-by-step guide to SciVee, a web repository of videos of scientific experiments. SciVee contains poster casts, videos, and pubcasts. Well, we all know what they are, right?

The interview of the month was curated by Massimo, who spoke to Hongying Yang, from Massachusetts General Hospital. Hongying Yang is the lead author of the paper entitled The Time Dependence of Bystander Responses Induced by Iron-Ion Radiation in Normal Human Skin Fibroblasts.

Hongying’s article focuses on bystander effects induced by heavy ions, in the context of radiation in space.

Sara Rockwell highlights what’s in this month of Radiation Research.

We welcome here your comments to this podcast.

Tags:  Bystander effects 

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The August 2007 Radiation Research Podcast

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, August 29, 2007
Updated: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The August 2007 Radiation Research podcast is presented to you by Massimo Pinto.

Tracy is the host of this month’s interview to Fiorenza Ianzini and Michael Mackay, from the University of Iowa. Their paper is entitled Human Glioblastoma U87MG Cells Transduced with a Dominant Negative p53 (TP53) Adenovirus Construct Undergo Radiation-Induced Mitotic Catastrophe

Sara Rockwell highlights what’s in this month of Radiation Research.

Your comments are welcome here.

Tags:  cell death 

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The June 2007 Radiation Research Podcast

Posted By Administration, Saturday, June 30, 2007
Updated: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The June 2007 Radiation Research podcast is presented to you by Tracy.

This month, Tracy interviews Masami Watanabe from Nagasaki University, last author of the paper Transmission of Genomic Instability from a Single Irradiated Human Chromosome to the Progeny of Unirradiated Cells. The work focuses on the effect of transferring an irradiated human chromosome to host mouse cells.

Sara Rockwell highlights what’s in this month of Radiation Research. In particular, Sara highlights the Memorial note of Ed Gillette.

Your views are welcome here.

Tags:  genomic instability 

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