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The Three Little Pearls of Bias

The Three Little Pearls of Bias

January 4, 2021

Learn the three types of scientific bias, how to recognize them, why they impact your perception, and, most importantly, what this all has to do with oysters!

2020, A Year of Shift

2020, A Year of Shift

December 15, 2020

What are the genetic mechanisms of a pandemic? Let's recap 2020, influenza, and our current pandemic virus.

My Beauty Is Skin Deep, but My Drugs Go Deeper

My Beauty Is Skin Deep, but My Drugs Go Deeper

December 6, 2020

Where do you like your drugs? Learn about how topical location affects absorption - whether skin cream, handling substances, or inadvertent pesticide exposure. Learn how this ties into Bicycle Day and whether you should celebrate it or not!

Food Safe 001 Thanksgiving Food Safety

Food Safe 001 Thanksgiving Food Safety

November 9, 2020

Thanksgiving is a great time of year but if foodborne illness is present, it is not fun at all! Learn the safe and easy tips to stay safe this year! 

Why Odds Ratios Are Odd

Why Odds Ratios Are Odd

July 27, 2020

This short podcast reviews Odds versus Probability and Odds Ratios versus Relative Risk. Learn why you should care!

Mosquito Menace on the Move

Mosquito Menace on the Move

October 2, 2019

In some parts of the country, fall has arrived.  Unfortunately, in South Texas, we never really make the transition to fall colors, pumpkin spice, or crisp sunrises.  What we settle for instead, is cooling weather and decreasing hordes of blood thirsty mosquitoes.  These aerial vampires not only cause intense irritation and itching from bites, they also transmit many serious diseases.

Another Shrimp FAD?

Another Shrimp FAD?

September 25, 2019

In our last podcast, we introduced our listeners to the basics of farmed Pacific white shrimp.  First reported this year, IHHNV was not the first shrimp FAD to occur in the US. 

The Other Side of an FAD

The Other Side of an FAD

September 18, 2019

When we discuss foreign animal diseases, we usually think of mammals, with the occasional bird outbreak.  But, in the field of veterinary medicine, we treat all species. 

P-Value, the False Idol (revisited)

P-Value, the False Idol (revisited)

September 11, 2019

Let's take a quick look into what p-values are and most importantly, what they can and cannot tell us. P-values help guide us on the path, make sure it truly the path you wish to go down. A must-listen for anyone reading scientific journals. 

Vacation Gifts No One Wants to Receive

Vacation Gifts No One Wants to Receive

September 4, 2019

Vacation season draws to a close.  School will soon start back.  Many people enjoyed a relaxing getaway, and perhaps stayed in a nice hotel.  In the recent outbreak of pneumonia in Atlanta, Georgia, we are reminded that occasionally people come home from vacation with more than a tan and some great memories.

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