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Best Jeffrey Stewart podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Jeffrey Stewart podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The Syneos Health Podcast Series dissects some of the most complex issues biopharma leaders are facing today. Our clinical and commercial experts provide time-tested solutions, as well as perspectives on the news of the day. Hosted by Jeff Stewart, a long-time industry consultant who has advised biopharma leaders on licensing, mergers and acquisitions, pricing and market access, commercialization and go-to-market strategies, each episode explores the challenges and considerations involved wi ...
 
Comedy writer/comic/author/radio personality/journalist Jeffrey Gurian brings you an inside look at the comedy world with interviews from the biggest A-list stars including Jimmy Fallon, Chelsea Handler, Jon Stewart, Seth Meyers, Nick Kroll, Bill Burr, Russell Peters, Amy Poehler, Lisa Lampanelli, Susie Essman and so many more! Mixed in with Jeffrey's take on the events of the day, and reports from GNN, (Gurian News Network) the most unusual stories from around the world missed by mainstream ...
 
Welcome to Open Mike, the podcast where Michigan’s leading attorney Mike Morse lays down the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth when it comes to your rights, current events, and so much more. Hear exclusive interviews with superstar authors, leaders, activists, experts, and entrepreneurs telling it like it is. You’ll learn what insurance companies, the government, and other lawyers don’t want you to know — so you can go for the win in law, and in life!
 
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The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting clinical trials in many ways, not the least of which being the ability for sponsors to continue traditional oversight activities such as on-site clinical trial monitoring. The Association of Clinical Research Organizations (ACRO) has issued recommendations for clinical trial monitoring that will help maintain cont…
 
Get ready for an exclusive inside look at CBS's Love Island! Elizabeth Weber is a small town Michigan native who was recently crowned the winner of Love Island USA Season 1. She and Season 1 runner-up Alexandra Stewart recently sat down with Mike and Kevin Dietz to go behind the scenes of Love Island and tell us what most people don't know about th…
 
Ensuring the health and safety of the workforce – while maintaining business as usual – is a delicate balance in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode of our Coronavirus Special Edition Series, Syneos Health CEO Alistair Macdonald discusses the unique decisions to be made as a pharmaceutical organization practicing corporate responsibi…
 
Oakland County Prosecutor Jessica Cooper recently sat down with Mike and Kevin Dietz to share how the Oakland County Prosecutor's office is responding to the Coronavirus panic. Jessica also addresses many of the current myths surrounding the Coronavirus and the legal system such as prisoners being released and a potential "shutdown" of the correcti…
 
In 2003, Aaron Salter was convicted of murdering a 26-year-old man he had never met and was sentenced to life without parole. After fighting to prove his innocence for 15 years, Salter was exonerated in 2018 when the Wayne County Conviction Unit re-investigated the case and found Salter had been mistakenly identified by a witness. Today, Salter is …
 
A critical shortage of mechanical ventilators is anticipated in many countries, including the United States, because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. A potential emergency solution would be the use of bi-level positive airway pressure (BiPAP). BiPAP may be used in the hospital setting with appropriate precautions for intubated COVID-19 patients ex…
 
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, late stage clinical trials are at risk of disruption as shelter-in-place and more restrictive lockdown requirements roll out across the globe. How can these trials continue if patients can’t get to the clinic? In this episode in our Coronavirus Special Edition Series, Lou Boccumini, head of the infectious dise…
 
In the midst of a pandemic, industry is looking for ways to ensure continuity of clinical trials while keeping patients safe. Virtual approaches to clinical research leverage digital technologies to bring the study to the patient, and may be – in time – a viable option for limiting personal contact and possible spread of disease during outbreak sit…
 
As COVID-19 continues to spread worldwide, increasingly strict measures are being put into place in an attempt to slow it down while the scientific community pushes to identify effective antiviral options. In the second episode of our Coronavirus Special Edition series, Syneos Health infectious disease experts Gino Girardi, MD and Jaime E. Hernande…
 
Ned Timmons is a former FBI agent who specialized in drug crimes, having led investigations in the 1980s that resulted in the indictment of over 300 drug smugglers. While working undercover in the Cayman Islands, Timmons was part of the investigation that discovered hundreds of millions of dollars worth of marijuana and cocaine being smuggled into …
 
The COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak continues to grow worldwide – recently declared by the World Health Organization as a global pandemic – with widespread personal, medical, and business implications. In this first episode of our Coronavirus Special Edition Series, we hear the personal experience of Dr. Siying Zou, a cell biologist on the Syneos H…
 
Recruiting patients into clinical trials is arguably one of the most, if not the most, important aspects of bringing a new therapy to market – and it can be the most difficult, time consuming part of the entire process. Clare Grace, Vice President, Site and Patient Access at Syneos Health discusses the challenges for patients when it comes to clini…
 
It may seem counter-intuitive to use the words “Commercial” and “Medical Affairs” in the same sentence. But with the evolution of Medical Affairs from a tactical support function to a strategy driving organization, it’s become clear that by partnering, the collective and complementary strengths of Medical Affairs and Commercial organizations will d…
 
Steve Dolunt is a former Assistant Chief in the Detroit Police Department who served in the department for years before being transferred to Internal Affairs. Once he began working in this department, he was one of the first members of the Detroit Police Department to view the memos related to Kwame Kilpatrick's illegal activities. In this episode …
 
Radical changes in the interface of health are rapidly changing where people find care. Where is that, exactly? Quick answer: everywhere. The point of care has been steadily shifting away from where the clinic exists to wherever the patient goes. Advances in digital care connections and the growth of new customer segments have opened up entirely ne…
 
FDA approval is no longer the finish line in the race to product launch success. Access and adoption have risen to the forefront as a major post-approval hurdle: recent research from Syneos Health Consulting’s Value and Access team shows that less than half of newly approved drugs appeared on formulary in their launch year. So what’s a drug develop…
 
As we’ve hammered home over the last several episodes of this series, Medical Affairs can bring great value to any moment in an asset’s life cycle. But there is one area where developers may be missing out on an opportunity to gain real traction in their efforts. Today we dive deeper into a Medical Affairs sweet spot with Steve Gomez, Senior Engage…
 
A striking life sciences trend has come into focus the past 12 months. Global regulators—often viewed as taking a conservative approach to transformative technology—have moved into the vanguard in discussions and guidance around real world data (RWD) and real world evidence (RWE). It is not so much the case with payers. According to new research by…
 
Tom Calcatera is a veteran attorney at the Mike Morse Law Firm with over 40 years of experience navigating tough personal injury cases. In his most recent conversation with Mike, Tom gives advice on how to win your personal injury case and get the most compensation possible. He and Mike also discuss the reality of insurance companies, give expert a…
 
Earlier this year on Episode 040, we discussed the relatively new digital therapeutics landscape and the opportunities and challenges for both biopharma and tech companies. Today, we’ll take a deeper dive from the industry side – and specifically with a European perspective – with Jessica Shull, European Lead for the Digital Therapeutics Alliance, …
 
Chris Hansen is an American television journalist known for his work on Dateline NBC, particularly the well-known program To Catch A Predator. Just this year, Hansen has continued his fight against predators with his new YouTube channel titled Have A Seat with Chris Hansen, where he’s recently been digging deep into the controversy surrounding YouT…
 
Adolph Mongo is a Detroit-based radio host and political advisor who’s worked with and consulted countless Detroit political and legal figures. He’s worked alongside individuals such as Coleman Young, Kwame Kilpatrick, and six different Michigan court of appeals judges. In 2015, he was involved in a controversial traffic stop in which he claims Det…
 
Dr. Joel Kahn is a renowned cardiologist and author who has pioneered the integration of holistic medicine and nutrition into the cardiology field. With a passion for reversing and preventing disease and premature death through heart health and diet, Dr. Kahn has been featured on numerous outlets including Dr. Oz, the Joe Rogan Experience, Huffingt…
 
The Medical Science Liaison (MSL) has gone through a bit of an identity overhaul. A role that used to lean almost exclusively on scientific acumen must now more than ever also rely on business chops and people skills. A shift akin to moving from Geek Squad…to Apple Genius Bar. Keith Morris, Executive Managing Director, Medical Affairs at Syneos Hea…
 
Don Cummings is an accomplished attorney at the Mike Morse Law Firm and also a World Record-holding strongman. He and Mike break down the contingency fee system and how it helps everyday people access the courts. Don also discusses how he became interested in strongman training, his World Records, and also performs a few stunts for (and on) Mike. T…
 
In May of this year, Michigan's state legislature passed a new no-fault law, changing fundamental aspects of Michigan's existing no-fault guidelines. Mike sits down with his mother, Susan Morse, and Co-Host and investigative reporter Kevin Dietz to talk about the controversy surrounding these new changes, how insurance companies will gain, and what…
 
Susan Morse wears many hats as both a veteran financial planner, and the mother of our own Mike Morse. The two take a trip down memory lane, going back over 30 years to the beginning of Mike's entrepreneurial childhood and life growing up in Detroit. Mike gives advice on finding and honing in your passion in life, and why money isn't the most impor…
 
Open Mike Co-Host Kevin Dietz is an award-winning investigative reporter based in Detroit who's covered breaking stories for over twenty years. He and Mike discuss recent controversies surrounding Michigan attorney Carl Collins III, who in October of this year was indicted on tax evasion and fraud charges. Mike outlines what rights you have to chan…
 
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