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Behind the Biology

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The ATCC podcast series, Behind the Biology, is your source for discussions between ATCC experts, collaboration partners, and industry leaders. With each guest, we'll explore their connections to life science research, touch on the pivotal moments in their careers, and discuss the future for their respective fields. Twenty minutes at a time, we tell great stories with great scientists.

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Episode 9: Is All Science Bioinformatics?

Tune in to this episode to hear John Bagnoli predict the future of bioinformatics and describes the challenges likely to appear along the way.

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Episode 8: Epidemic Response in a Box

Listen in to hear about the challenges of laboratory work in a shipping container and how that experience informed our speaker's leadership style.

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Episode 7: Slow Evolution and Fast Revelations in Bioinformatics

Listen in to learn about the importance of correctly interrogating big data sources and the importance of bioinformatics standards and reveals some of their surprising origins.

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Episode 6: The Future of Extracellular Vesicle Research in Therapeutic and Diagnostic Development

Listen in to learn about some of the hurdles that restrain the development of EV research and how synergistic collaborations between academia and ATCC can help us leap towards the future.

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Episode 5: One Scientist's Artifact Is Another’s Treasure

Tune in to hear Drs. Branscome and Kashanchi connect the dots between extracellular vesicles, virally infected cells, and cancer research. They then discuss how EV’s from stem cells may have a place in regenerative medicine and expound upon how researcher’s scientific artifact can be another’s pharmacological treasure.

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Episode 4: Approaching the Frontier of Regenerative Medicine

Tune in to learn about extracellular vesicles and how they can play opposing roles in the pathogenesis of infectious diseases and the regeneration of damaged tissues.

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Episode 3: The Future of Bioinformatics - Challenges and Solutions

Tune in to learn about challenges in the field of bioinformatics that need to be met and how could they be solved.

Microbiome image CGI Podcast

Episode 2: Pivoting into Bioinformatics and Capitalizing on Eureka Moments

Learn about the reality of a career in science and some of the eureka moments in bioinformatics that helped shape Dr. Jacob’s career.

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Episode 1: The Difficulties of Big Data in the Biological Sciences

Learn about issues such as reproducibility in research, the pros and cons of crowd sourcing data, and a solution in ATCC’s approach to whole-genome sequencing, assembly, and annotation for producing high-quality, authenticated reference genomes