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The November 2008 Radiation Research Podcast

Posted By Administration, Thursday, December 4, 2008
Updated: Monday, April 22, 2013

Welcome to the November 2008 issue of the Radiation Research Podcast.

In this issue, Vered’s News Minute focuses on how you can dance your….PhD! So, put your shoes on and get ready to dance those graphs of yours.

The interview of the month is curated by Tracy, who spoke to Dr Thierry-Chef, from the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), about her first-authored paper entitled:Radiation Dose to the Brain and Subsequent Risk of Developing Brain Tumors in Pediatric Patients Undergoing Interventional Neuroradiology Procedures.

Also in this issue, Sara Rockwell, Editor-in-Chief of Radiation Research, giving us a review of what’s this month in the Journal.

This podcast welcomes your comments.

Tags:  cancer risk 

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The October 2008 Radiation Research Podcast

Posted By Administration, Sunday, November 2, 2008
Updated: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Welcome to the October 2008 Radiation Research Podcast.
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In her News Minute, Vered introduces our FaceBook group,which will give you listeners an extra opportunity to contribute toward the content of this podcast. At the time of publishing this podcast, the group lists 35 members. So…check it out!

The interview of the month is curated by Sylvain Costes, who spoke to David Cassatt, a program officer at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) at the NIH. NIAID encourages communication among academic and industry/commercial researchers as well as government agencies involved in medical countermeasure development and drug candidate approval. To this end, on September 17–18, 2007 in Bethesda, MD, the NIAID Radiation Countermeasures Program sponsored a workshop on "Medical Countermeasures against Nuclear Threats: Radionuclide Decorporation Agents”.Dr. Cassatt discusses here his October 2008 Radiation Research article summarizing this workshop. Presentation slides from the workshop can also be found at http:/ /www3.niaid.nih.gov/research/topics/radnuc/MeetingSlides.htm.

This podcast issue is open to your comments.

Tags:  countermeasures  nuclear threats  radiation accident 

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The September 2008 Radiation Research Podcast

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, October 7, 2008
Updated: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

At the 54th meeting of the Radiation Research Society, in Boston, Vered and Massimo hosted an interview to Marjan Boerma, from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, first author of the paper Influence of Endothelin 1 Receptor Inhibition on Functional, Structural and Molecular Changes in the Rat Heart after Irradiation.

This paper is open to discussion.

Tags:  cardiovascular effects 

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The August 2008 Radiation Research Podcast

Posted By Administration, Sunday, August 31, 2008
Updated: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The August 2008 Radiation Research podcast is presented by Massimo.

In her News Minute, Vered speaks about a new evidence suggeting that Viruses are an intermediate form of life.

For the interview of the month, Massimo spoke to Jean-Pierre Pouget (left) from INSERM in Montepellier, France. Jean-Pierre Pouget is the first author of the paper Cell Membrane is a More Sensitive Target than Cytoplasm to Dense Ionization Produced by Auger Electrons. The paper focuses on evidence for the plasma membrane as a strategic target in radioimmunotherapy.

We welcome your comments here.

Tags:  Auger emitters  radioimmunotheray 

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The July 2008 Radiation Research Podcast

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

The July 2008 Radiation Research Podcast is here, presented by Tracy.

Vered Anzenberg’s News Minute features how radiation science can help dating artwork produced since World War II.

The interview of the month is curated by Sylvain, who spoke to Jeffrey Idle, from the Institute of Clinical Pharmacology, University of Bern, Switzerland, and last author of the paper entitled Radiation Metabolomics. 1. Identification of Minimally Invasive Urine Biomarkers for Gamma-Radiation Exposure in Mice

Sara Rockwell, Editor of Radiation Research, presents the Radiation Research Editor’s Award, recognizing an outstanding paper submitted by a young scholar in the previous year. The inaugural award goes to Kurt Hofer. Also in Sara Rockwell’s column, some highlights on what is this month in the journal.

This forum welcomes your views on Jeffrey Idle and collaborators’ work.

Tags:  Biomarkers  chromotography  mass spectrometry  metabolomics 

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The June 2008 Radiation Research Podcast

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

The June 2008 Radiation Research Podcast is here, presented by Vered.

In this month issue of the News Minute, Vered highlights progress in Positron Emission Tomography Technology (PET), talking about a Japanese breakthrough in PET scanning based on semi-conductor detector technology.

This month’s interview is hosted by Massimo, who spoke to Dave Springer and John Miller, from Pacific North West Laboratories and Washington State Tri-Cities, respectively. The work that they published with several co-authors is entitled Profiling Mitochondrial Proteins in Radiation-Induced Genome-Unstable Cell Lines with Persistent Oxidative Stress by Mass Spectrometry.

This paper is open to your comments.

Tags:  genomic instability  oxidative stress 

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The May 2008 Radiation Research Podcast

Posted By Administration, Saturday, May 31, 2008
Updated: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The May 2008 Radiation Research podcast is presented by Massimo.

Massimo spoke to Jean-Marc Bertho (pictured left) from IRSN, France, first author of the paper New Biological Indicators to Evaluate and Monitor Radiation-Induced Damage: An Accident Case Report.
The paper deals with a radiation accident in France and a discussion on biological indicators of radiation damage in a human individual.

Sara Rockwell, Editor-in-Chief of Radiation Research, highlights the new NIH policies that dictate public access of scientific papers on the NIH repository PubMed Central, and introduces some of the papers in this month’s issue of Radiation Research.

We welcome your comments to this podcast here.

Tags:  Biomarkers  radiation accident 

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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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