Oct. 21, 2016

Dr. Dawn Kernagis is a Research Scientist in the area of human performance optimization and risk mitigation for operators in extreme environments, such as those working in undersea diving, high altitude aviation, and space. Dr. Kernagis came to IHMC from Duke University Medical Center, where her postdoctoral research was funded by the Office of Naval Research and the American Heart Association to identify pathophysiological mechanisms and potential therapeutic targets in multiple forms of acute brain injury.

Here’s the outline of this interview with Dr. Dawn Kernagis

[00:00:20] STEM-Talk podcast.

[00:01:35] Ken Ford.

[00:03:44] Keto Summit.

[00:04:06] Outside Magazine: Is the High-Fat, Low-Carb Ketogenic Diet Right for You?

[00:04:22] NEEMO expedition.

[00:08:30] The Twins Study was the first study of its kind to compare molecular profiles of identical twin astronauts with one in space and another on Earth.

[00:12:04] Apolipoprotein E (APOE).

[00:12:13] STEM-Talk Episode 12: Dale Bredesen Discusses The Metabolic Factors Underlying Alzheimer’s Disease.

[00:16:28] Apolipoprotein E4 protective against malaria?

[00:19:14] AHS 16 - Steven Gundry - Dietary Management of the Apo E4.

[00:20:37] STEM-Talk Episode 14: Dominic D'Agostino.

[00:21:28] Lauren Petersen: The Athlete Microbiome Project: The Search for the Golden Microbiome.

[00:22:55] A combination of 16S, metagenomic shotgun, and metatranscriptomic sequencing.

[00:29:48] Estrogen receptor (ER), progesterone receptor (PR), and HER2 expression.

[00:31:16] Python, scikit-learn, TensorFlow.

[00:31:32] The R Project for Statistical Computing.

[00:33:15] MATLAB.

[00:34:10] STEM-TALK Episode 1: Peter Attia On How To Live Longer And Better.

[00:35:23] Swiss cheese model, Gareth Lock.

[00:40:48] Duke University.

[00:41:04] Richard Moon.

[00:42:59] NEEMO blog.

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