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Uncommon history with an unconventional pair. Join married hosts Rebecca Robbins (a Broadway actress) and Kim Kimmel (her college history instructor) as they delve into topics that run the historical gambit. A gifted storyteller, Kim taught history at the collegiate level for 29 years while as a student, Rebecca always sat in the front row of his Western Civilizations class soaking up every word he said. For the record, she made an A in his class. She went on to pursue a Broadway career (The ...
 
Dental Digest is a Dental Podcast with the aim of enabling dentists to stay on the forefront of dentistry. This is a dental podcast devoted to following evidence-based dentistry so you never fall behind. Your host is Dr. Melissa Seibert, DMD. Join us each week as we bring on the movers and shakers of dentistry such as Dr. Frank Spear, Dr. Nate Lawson, Dr. Domenico Ricucci, Dr. Rebecca Bockow, Dr. Matt Nejad, Dr. David Alleman, Dr. Steve Schiffenhaus, Dr. Pascal Magne, Dr. Sema Belli, Dr. Mat ...
 
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With biotech in the dumps, we talk to Oppenheimer analyst Jared Holz about why the world has soured on the sector and what it means for the future of medicine. Then, STAT’s Matthew Herper joins us to explain the latest big idea from biotech's big thinkers: a company called Altos Labs, which has raised $3 billion to do something or other. We also di…
 
In this episode Ms. Angela Holland, the CEO of Preferred Dental Services will share her protips for having a profitable practice that takes dental insurance. She'll also explain how you can stay out of trouble and avoid insurance fraud. Website: https://www.preferreddentalservice.com/ Instagram: @preferreddentalservices Podcast IG: @dental_digest_p…
 
First, STAT health tech correspondent Katie Palmer joins us to recap the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference. Then, we discuss the latest twist in Biogen's quest to expand the use of Aduhelm and what it means for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. Finally, Arrakis Therapeutics CEO Michael Gilman calls in to explain how targeting RNA can treat dise…
 
Instagram: @dental_digest_podcast Website: https://dentaldigestinstitute.com/ MOD institute: https://www.themodinstitute.com/ Topics: digital printing, digital dentistry, digital workflows, implant dentistry, digital smile design Dr. Wally Rene is back this week and we’ll be talking about digital dentistry. If you missed last week’s episode, I reco…
 
First, emergency room physician Craig Spencer joins us to talk about how the Omicron variant is impacting New York City and what the coming months have in store. Then, we look ahead to the New Year in biotech with a preview of the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference. We start with a look at the latest news in the life sciences, including Elizabeth Ho…
 
Napoleon, was he hero or villain? An enlightened genius or supreme egotist? Superb diplomat or an immoral usurper? All of the above? Continuing with Part II of our Napoleon series, we take a closer look into his greatest achievements as well as his greatest mistakes. From his coronation as Emperor at Notre-Dame in 1804 to his loss at Waterloo in 18…
 
Instagram: @dental_digest_podcast Website: https://dentaldigestinstitute.com/ Sponsor: https://www.meetdandy.com/melissa/ MOD Institute: https://www.themodinstitute.com/ Dr. Wally Renne is the founder of the MOD Institute and leads all learning and innovation initiatives at the organization. He is a contributing member of MOD Aesthetics, the privat…
 
Are great leaders made or just born that way? It seems that in the case of Napoleon, he truly was born to lead. It is said that his troops would have followed him into the gates of hell. But how good or bad was he and what is his legacy? Here in Episode 36, we explore these questions and take a closer look into the early life of Napoleon from his u…
 
Sponsor: Click here for Dandy Labs or go to https://www.meetdandy.com/melissa/ Instagram: @dental_digest_podcast Dr. Matthew Chesler is a native of Wayzata, Minnesota, near the Twin Cities. After high school, he left the “frozen tundra” behind for sunnier days in Southern California, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at UCSD and the…
 
We've come to our last episode of the year, and first, STAT’s Helen Branswell joins us to talk about Omicron, boosters, and the past and future of the Covid-19 pandemic. Then, we'll review the year that was in biotech, discuss the suddenly virtual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference, and look forward to 2022.…
 
In this episode Dr. Chesler will discuss topics related to endodontics and pain management. Instagram: @dental_digest_podcast Dr. Melissa Seibert Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.melissa_seibert/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-melissa-ratliff-seibert-dmd-37230873/ About Dr. Chesler: Dr. Matthew Chesler is a native of Wayzata, Minne…
 
On this week's episode, we kick off the conversation with an update on what researchers are discovering about the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, including new findings from a study involving the Pfizer Covid vaccine. Then, we'll shift the talk to this week's blockbuster STAT story about Biogen and the all the behind-the-scenes turmoil caused b…
 
“A leader is a dealer in hope.” —Napoleon Bonaparte Here in Episode 35, we take a closer look at two perhaps lesser-known great leaders in history. When all hope was lost and the odds were stacked against them, they defied all probability and led their men safely home. These are two of the most fascinating adventure stories ever told. Sir Ernest Sh…
 
Dr. Bill Robbins, is back this week. If you didn’t get a chance to listen to his first episode, which aired last week, I highly recommend you do so. Also, if you’re loving what you’re learning this week, I suggest you come check out his study club, Global diagnosis education. Link to global diagnosis education: https://www.actdental.com/gde-home Dr…
 
Will the first Covid-19 pill be all that useful? How worrisome is Omicron? And when will it be safe to congregate? First, STAT's Matthew Herper joins us to talk about a tense debate among FDA advisers about molnupiravir, a Merck treatment for Covid-19 whose luster has faded over time. Then, we talk to Emory University’s Carlos del Rio about the pot…
 
My guest for my next two episodes is comprehensive dentist, renowned educator, treatment planning master extraordinaire, Dr Bill Robbins. He coauthored the textbook we’re all familiar with, Fundamentals of Operative Dentistry and a new textbook “Global Diagnosis.” He’s also past president of the American Board of General Dentistry, the Academy of O…
 
Connect: @dental_digest_podcast Website: https://dentaldigestinstitute.com/ In 1983 Dr. Brian P. LeSage earned his doctor of dental surgery degree from the University of Maryland, Baltimore College of Dental Surgery. He graduated magna cum laude and was inducted into the Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Dental Honor Society. And he completed a genera…
 
There are a handful of people in history who seem to have had an uncanny ability to escape death. Whether evading a lone assassin, dodging friendly fire during the heat of battle, or simply defying the laws of nature by smoking over 200 cigarettes a day, these four historical figures featured in Episode 34 proved they were all Hard to Kill. Books: …
 
Jeffrey S. Rouse, D.D.S. maintains a private practice in San Antonio, Texas and practiced with Drs. Gregg Kinzer and Frank Spear in Seattle, Washington. In 2017, he became a member of the Resident Faculty at Spear Education in Scottsdale, AZ. He was also an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at the University of Texas H…
 
First, epidemiologist Michael Osterholm of the University of Minnesota joins us to talk about Covid-19 case counts, vaccination rates, and the state of the pandemic as we head into the holidays. Then, we discuss the surprising news that Al Sandrock, Biogen’s long-time chief scientist, is leaving the company after a tumultuous year.…
 
I have gotten so many requests to have some episodes be about practice management and how to have a thriving dental practice, whether you’re a practice owner or associate. Dentists deserve to be compensated for their hard work. We do have a service based-profession, but we work very hard. We’ve spent so many years of our lives being disciplined to …
 
Rebecca Robbins of the New York Times joins us to discuss the escalating tension between Moderna and the National Institutes of Health over just who invented a Covid-19 vaccine. Then, STAT's Olivia Goldhill calls in to explain Compass Pathways' promising results using psilocybin as a treatment for depression and the future of the nascent field of p…
 
In this episode, board certified oral maxillofacial surgeon Dr. Jay Platt will discuss analgesics, how to prescribe antibiotics, antibiotic resistance, new guidelines related to antibiotics, MRONJ, oral pathology and more. Jay Platt, DDS is originally from Fort Wayne, graduating from high school in 1979. From there he spent three years at Indiana U…
 
STAT's Rachel Cohrs drops in to talk about the latest updates in drug pricing reform. Then, John Maraganore joins us to talk about his decision to step down as CEO of Alnylam Pharmaceuticals after almost 20 years with the company. We also discuss the latest news in biotech, including the Covid-19 vaccine for kids and Moderna's disappointing earning…
 
The Restoration period is known as probably the most bawdy era in English history. And who was it that ushered in this remarkable age? Why, the Merry Monarch himself, Charles II. In addition to having a great fondness for the ladies and the good life, Charles had many remarkable qualities. Here in our first episode of Season 2, we take a closer loo…
 
I'm a big fan of Dr. Jeff Rouse's work with occlusion and airway prosthodontics. In this two part series Dr. Rouse will delve into misconceptions in occlusion, airway prosthodontics, obstructive sleep apnea, bruxism, the Seattle Protocol, TMD, TMJ, nasal breathing and so much more. Instagram: @dental_digest_podcast Website: https://dentaldigestinst…
 
This episode features Dr. Frank Milnar and he'll provide you with a sneak peak into what he'll be discussing at the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry's (AACD) Annual Scientific Session in Orlando. Website: https://aacd.com/ About Dr. Milnar: Frank J. Milnar DDS, AAACD is a graduate from the University of Minnesota, School of Dentistry in 1976.…
 
Can the FDA be too transparent? Who deserves credit for Operation Warp Speed? And when is a CEO worth $3 billion?We cover all that and more this week on “The Readout LOUD,” STAT’s biotech podcast. STAT's Helen Branswell joins us to discuss the whirlwind of FDA debates around who should get vaccines for Covid-19 and the coming months of pandemic res…
 
This episode is the final episode in our 3 part series on treatment planning and occlusion with Dr. Frank Spear. We'll discuss when to restore in centric occlusion (CO) versus MIP. Check out this episode's sponsor at https://www.meetdandy.com/melissa/ Instagram: @dental_digest_podcast Website: https://dentaldigestinstitute.com/ About Dr. Spear: As …
 
Wall Street Journal reporter Gregory Zuckerman joins us to share some behind-the-scenes details from race to develop a Covid-19 vaccine, the subject of his new book. We also discuss the latest news in the life sciences, including Biogen’s failure to launch, the plight of a Covid pill, and a headline-grabbing statement from one of biotech’s most fam…
 
The years 1692-1693 were some of the darkest times in American history. They were the years when mass hysteria ruled the land and young girls were inexplicably stricken with fits of screaming, barking, shaking, and crying. It was a group of roughly 9 girls in Salem Village, Massachusetts, who were taken at their fantastical word of being physically…
 
Dr. Frank Spear is back for our 3 part series on treatment planning and occlusion! Check out https://www.meetdandy.com/melissa/ About Dr. Spear: As co-founder and director of Spear Education, Dr. Spear continues to be recognized as one of the premier educators in esthetic and restorative dentistry in the world. He earned his dental degree at the Un…
 
STAT Washington correspondent Nicholas Florko joins us to provide an inside look at the eleventh-hour search for a permanent FDA commissioner. We also discuss the latest twist in the debate over Covid-19 vaccine boosters, some upheaval in the world of genome editing, and a little news for parents from one Scott Gottlieb.…
 
Exclusive Offer - https://www.meetdandy.com/melissa/ Our guest this week is a man that needs no introduction. It’s my hero, Dr. Frank Spear. He’s the founder of Spear education. He’s both a periodontist and a prosthodontist. He’s honestly my muse for creating this podcast. Dr. Spear has done so much for dentistry and facilitating an on going educat…
 
First, we discuss the scramble to find new leaders for the NIH and FDA, the latest online dustup involving Ginkgo Bioworks, and the growing promise of antiviral treatments for Covid-19. Then, filmmaker Brent Hodge joins us to discuss his documentary "Pharma Bro," which chronicles the trial, conviction, and prolific livestreaming of one Martin Shkre…
 
During the late summer and fall of 1888, a district in East London was being terrorized by an unknown Victorian serial killer. In a September 25th letter addressed to the Central News Agency, the yet to be identified murderer boasted of his recent killings and signed the letter “Jack the Ripper”. That name has endured for over 133 years, and the ca…
 
This episode is the second one in our series about digital dentistry.This episode is really important because frankly with how quickly digital dentistry evolves what you knew 2 years ago may now be obsolete. Our guest this week is medical University of South Carolna dental school professor, Dr. Anthony Mennito. We’re going to be talking about CAD/C…
 
First, we welcome STAT reporter Usha Lee McFarling onto the podcast to discuss her investigation into health equity tourism — how white scholars are colonizing research on health disparities. Then, we "chatty Cathy" a blizzard of biotech news from this week, including Merck's $11 billion acquisition of Acceleron Pharma, a theatrical street protest …
 
Digital dentistry evolves so quickly that what was true yesterday might not be true today. Dr. Anthony Mennito is a key opinion leader in CAD/CAM and digital dentistry and he's here today to give us important updates. In this episode we'll talk about limitations in digital dentistry as well as important advances. We'll spend a large portion of this…
 
First, STAT's Helen Branswell joins us to discuss the state of the Covid-19 pandemic as we head into another winter. Then, former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb calls in to discuss his new book on how the U.S. got caught off guard and what the government needs to do before the next pandemic hits. We start with a look at the latest news in the life…
 
Everyone has their favorite holiday, but do you know how your favorite holiday came into being? The answers may surprise you. For instance, in 12th century England, New Year’s Day was celebrated on March 25th, but the ancient Celts celebrated their New Year (Sumhain) on November 1st. So why do we now celebrate the New Year on January 1st? And why d…
 
This week is our second episode in our mini series on managing dental trauma with Dr. Lou Berman. We’ll be talking about managing luxation, where you can find guidelines and how to gauge a tooth’s prognosis. You may know Dr. Berman from your endo text book. He’s one of the senior authors for the ninth, 10th and current (11th) editions of the leadin…
 
Can prosthetic limbs feel real? Is the FDA softening under pressure? And are Rice Krispies Treats admissible in court?STAT's Gideon Gil joins us to share the remarkable story of an amputation surgery that makes a phantom limbs feel like the real thing. Then we discuss the FDA's surprising reversal on a new treatment for ALS and whether it signals a…
 
This week we’re going to be discussing managing dental trauma with Dr. Lou Berman. He is a big deal in the endo world. In fact, you may know him from your endo text book. He’s one of the senior authors for the ninth, 10th and current (11th) editions of the leading endodontic textbook, “Cohen’s Pathways of the Pulp,” of which he is also the co-edito…
 
First, STAT's Erin Brodwin joins us to talk about Verily, Google's big-idea life sciences company that is now under pressure to produce some actual products. Then, health care investor Bijan Salehizadeh calls in to discuss the dearth of rapid Covid-19 tests in the U.S. and how industry, regulators, and lawmakers share the blame. We also take a look…
 
Shakespeare’s Macbeth is a fascinating figure- resourceful, brave, insightful, reflective, but it’s his inordinate ambition that leads to his downfall. Can the same be said of Scotland’s real Macbeth? Here in Episode 29, we unpack the characters in Shakespeare’s play Macbeth alongside their historical (or mythical) counterparts including Banquo, Ma…
 
In August I had the opportunity to attend the Alleman’s mastership reunion in Park City, Utah. The Mastership Reunion was a 3 day event that showcased some incredible speakers. 3 of those speaker, Dr. Jihyon Kim, Dr. Ashley Chung and Dr. Steve Schiffenhaus are here in today’s episode to share a few pearls from their lecture.…
 
Former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes is finally headed to trial, and we discuss the case and why it might not be an open-and-shut conviction for prosecutors. Then, STAT Washington correspondent Nicholas Florko joins us to explain the latest upheaval at the FDA, which arrives just as the agency faces mounting pressure to speed up the review of Covid…
 
In this episode Dr. Nate Lawson, DMD, PhD will delve into dental materials such as E.max (lithium discilicate), other glassy ceramics and glass ionomer. We will explore topics you may have missed in dental school and give you updates on new technology. You'll learn gain a foundational understanding for these materials. Nathaniel Lawson DMD PhD is t…
 
First, law professor Dorit Reiss joins us to discuss what the first FDA approval of a Covid-19 vaccine means for vaccination mandates and how this whole issue relates to jaywalking. Then we discuss biotech's messy summer, which has brought allegations of data manipulation, sloppy clinical development, and questionable transparency. We also run thro…
 
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