May 12, 2023
In a previous episode of the podcast, we discussed exercise for the brain, reviewing the pathophysiology between exercise and dementia, the pathophysiological mechanisms associated between low skeletal muscle mass and cognitive function, exercise as a treatment, and cardiorespiratory fitness and its relationship to...
Jul 18, 2021
Interview regarding the recent court case of Britney Spears and unique aspects of conservatorship law and treating people with large amounts of fame or money.
Conservatorship Lawyer: Mark McGuire
Psychiatrist: Herndon Harding M.D.
Psychiatry Resident: Serena Weber, M.D.
Psychiatrist Host: David Puder, M.D.
Jun 6, 2020
Join Dr. Danielle Hairston and Dr. Puder on a discussion of recent events. Dr. Hairston has served as the Black Psychiatrists of America Scientific Program Chair since 2016. She is also the American Psychiatric Association Black Caucus’ Early Career Representative. She is the residency director at Howard University....
Sep 16, 2018
Timothy Lee has talked to thousands of medical students about how to applying for residency programs, and here, he gives us a few tips on how to make it through the gauntlet, and how to have your best chance at landing the program you want.
Here is what Timothy Lee says:
Many students have been fine tuning...
May 8, 2018
Microexpressions are brief, involuntary facial expressions that are cues to the true emotions that someone is feeling. We see microexpressions in tiny twitches of the brows, the lips and nose. They can last for as little as 1/15th of a second on the face.
In this episode we describe the science of...