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IRP Launches ‘Speaking of Science,’ New Podcast

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NIH’s Intramural Research Program recently launched a new podcast, Speaking of Science, featuring conversations with biomedical scientists and clinicians from across NIH institutes and centers.

NIH’s Intramural Research Program recently launched a new podcast, Speaking of Science, featuring conversations with biomedical scientists and clinicians from across NIH institutes and centers. The show will publish a new episode each month, potentially increasing in frequency as the process is refined. 

In episode 1, hear NHLBI investigator Dr. Nehal Mehta discuss how treating the skin condition psoriasis can help heal heart disease. “I wanted to show that local inflammation has systemic consequences,” he says. 

Episode 2 finds Dr. Christine Alewine of NCI talking about new immunotoxin strategies for treating pancreatic cancer. “If ever there is something that needs someone to work on it, it would be this disease,” she says. 

Tune in to Speaking of Science at https://irp.nih.gov/podcast.

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