Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Correlation Between Keratoconus and Down Syndrome and Retinal Capillaries Abnormal Flow As Early Indicator Of Genetic Alzheimer's Disease

Dr. Dimitrios Karamichos (University of North Texas Health Science Center - Fort Worth, TX)

Dr. Amir Kashani (Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine - Baltimore, MD)

Dr. Dimitrios Karamichos of the University of North Texas Eye Research Institute discusses keratoconus and its prevalence among those afflicted with Down Syndrome.

Dr. Amir Kashani of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine explains how abnormal blood flow in retinal capillaries can be an early indicator of a genetic form of Alzheimer's disease.

4/4/2021 Podcast (Click Image Below) 

Friday, March 19, 2021

Accessible Graphics Corsortium and UAH's STEM-VI Research Lab On March 21 Show

Dr. Derrick Smith (University of Alabama in Huntsville - Huntsville, AL)

Dr. Derrick Smith of the University of Alabama in Huntsville's STEM-VI Research Laboratory discusses the purpose of the lab, which is to focus on STEM education for those with visual impairment.  He also goes into detail about UAH's research and development in the Accessible Graphics Corsortium (AGC), which deals with tactile graphics.

March 21 Podcast (Click Image Below)

Friday, March 12, 2021

GoodMaps Explore Apps and Identification of 40 Genes Linked To Glaucoma In Mice On March 14 Show

Mike May (GoodMaps - Louisville, KY)

Dr. Stephen Strittmatter (Yale School of Medicine - New Haven, CT)

Chief evangelist, Mike May, of GoodMaps, in Louisville, Kentucky, discusses the GoodMaps Explore App, which provides on demand, reactive mobile navigation for those who are blind or visually impaired.

Then, Dr. Stephen Strittmatter, neurologist, with the Yale School of Medicine and Strittmatter Laboratory, explains how forty genes came to be linked with suppression of axon regeneration in mice causing glaucoma.

March 14 Podcast (Click Image Below)

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