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October 11, 2019 11:50 AM PDT

On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with

Journalist Maria Goodavage. Following her books “Soldier Dogs” and “Secret Service Dogs”, her latest is “Doctor Dogs, How Our Best Friends Are Becoming Our Best Medicine.”

And ever wonder why those popular genetic tests don’t say you definitely will get a medical condition, but rather they cite a likelihood? A probability? Dr. Tara Nickerson from Maze Therapeutics explains it, as well as how their work is looking to create new therapies in the future.

October 04, 2019 04:37 AM PDT

On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with
the author known best to you as Lemony Snicket, or rather his adult self: Daniel Handler. They talk about his latest adult novel: “Bottle Grove”, and a different take on the San Francisco of today. Then Moira speaks with two different female engineers. Brianna Wronko, the founder and CEO of Group K Diagnostics, is looking to create immediate response diagnostics. And Dr. Erica Smith, the Vice President of Business Development for Tools4Patient, talks about removing the placebo effect - the impact of a positive response to a drug, even when the patient received nothing.

September 28, 2019 02:26 PM PDT

On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with

it’s all about data – who’s collecting it, and why, and how it can serve us, and maybe not. Lee Omar from Red Ninja talks about smart cities around the world, and the art of listening before you build. Tech Nation Health Chief Correspondent Daniel Kraft shows us we can crowdsource medical questions, while Tech Nation Regular Contributor Gary Davis reminds us that we love free stuff, and we pay for it with our data. Then Krishnan Nandabalan, the CEO of InveniAI sees continued value in the data used for drug approval after the drug is approved.

September 21, 2019 06:10 AM PDT

On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with

Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Matt Richtel turns tech noir thriller fiction writer with the pseudonym A B Jewell, in “The Man Who Wouldn’t Die” - from Silicon Valley values to venture capital lingo to the habits of the newly tech rich in San Francisco. Then Tech Nation Health Chief Correspondent Dr. Daniel Kraft talks about the health benefits of Ambient Technology – the technology all around that you think is doing one thing, but could do another. Like keep you in good health

September 13, 2019 06:28 AM PDT

On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with

USF professor and development economist Bruce Wydick about “Shrewd Samaritan - Faith, Economics, and the Road to Loving Our Global Neighbor”. Which poverty intervention programs work, and which don’t?
Then the global health challenge of the bacteria H. Pylori and its role in stomach ulcers and gastric cancer. Gilead Raday, COO of RedHill Biopharma talks about a treatment in their pipeline and a plan on how to avoid creating antibiotic resistance.

September 07, 2019 12:45 PM PDT

On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with

UC San Francisco professor Dr. Louise Aronson talks about a new stage of life: Elderhood, – Redefining Aging, Transforming Medicine, Reimaging Life. With modern technology, it lasts longer than anyone imagined.

Also, Tech Nation Health Chief Correspondent Daniel Kraft talks about the Internet of Medical Things, while Dr. Crystal Icenhour, the CEO of Aperiomics, talks about identifying hard-to-diagnose medical conditions by looking at the DNA of microorganisms in your body.

August 31, 2019 01:57 AM PDT

On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with

Stanford emerita psychology professor Barbara Tversky. She talks about “Mind in Motion: How Action Shapes Thought”, how the mind can override perception, how feeling comes before logic, and how we organize things in our world the way we organize our minds.

August 21, 2019 04:37 AM PDT

On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with

the committed people who lead the biotech industry. Physician-entrepreneur Dr. Jeremy Levin chairs BIO, the Biotechnology Innovation Organization, and also works on the rare disease Angelman Syndrome at Ovid Therapeutics. Jim Greenwood, the CEO of BIO, asks “What’s the right thing to do?” about the price of drugs and everyday people. While BIO Vice Chair, Paul Hastings, is also the CEO of Nkarta Therapeutics. With Senior Vice President, Nadir Mahmood, they’re working with Natural Killer cells to fight cancer.

August 15, 2019 03:55 AM PDT

On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with Tech Nation’s former biotech correspondent David Ewing Duncan about his new book - “Talking to Robots: Tales from Our Human Robot Future.” Then Dr. Daniel Kraft tells us how robotics are replacing surgeons, and McAfee’s Gary Davis, expands on those massive thefts of online credentials – they are for sale and they are out there … on the Dark Web – yes, he explains that, too.

August 09, 2019 06:03 AM PDT

On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with Dr. Sue Desmond-Hellmann, the CEO of The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Dr. Penny Heaton, CEO of The Bill & Melinda Gates Medical Research Institute, also called Gates MRI. Then scientist-entrepreneur Dr. Jake Glanville, co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer of Distributed Bio, talks about developing a universal flu vaccine.

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