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Talk Polymath: Evidence-based Conversations

Talk Polymath features evidence-based conversations and invites global science leaders to converse about a topic in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math (STEAM). From public health topics such as vaccinations to changing models and trends in technology, this podcast engages in topics of current cultural interest across disciplines. New episodes are released each month. For more information and schedules visit polyplexus.com. © 2023 Polyplexus Holdings LLC, an H&S Venture

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Ep. 16 | Conversations with ARPA-H Dash Semifinalists
Hear the semifinalists from the ARPA-H Dash talk about their bold ideas for health transformation and what drives them. In this episode, they explore the impact their ideas could have on health — from accelerated healing and customized cell treatments at scale to better mental health treatments and a single drug for cancer. This episode features:  Willie Reaves, Cellino  Mary Allen, Cure Brain DiseaseJeffry Paten, BrilliantStrings TherapeuticsAnuradha Lingappa, Prosetta Biosciences To see the whole bracket of ideas, go to polyplexus.com/healthdash  Tags: #polyplexus #TalkPolymath #ARPAH #HealthDash #FutureofHealth #CancerTreatment #MentalHealth #CellTherapies #AcceleratedHealing #HealthinAmerica #TransformingHealth #Healthcare #HealthBreakthroughs  
43:10 5/10/23
TalkPolymath Ep. 15 | Transforming Health: ARPA-H Dash to Accelerate Health Outcomes
In this episode, we talk with Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health (ARPA-H)’s Inaugural Director, Dr. Renee Wegrzyn. ARPA-H, a new federal agency, accelerates accessible and equitable high-impact health solutions that cannot be readily accomplished through traditional research or commercial activity. To do this, ARPA-H aims to create new capabilities and solve important health problems for all Americans through ambitious, well-defined, and measurable programs. During our discussion, Dr. Wegrzyn discusses the ARPA-H Dash to Accelerate Health Outcomes (ARPA-H Dash), a collaborative online competition to identify revolutionary ideas to transform health. The nationwide competition uses a bracket format and online discussion, debate, and voting to narrow submissions to quarterfinalists, semifinalists, finalists, and a champion idea during March and April 2023.  To learn more about the ARPA-H Dash, visit:  https://arpa-h.gov/news/dash/  To register for the Dash and view full rules, visit: https://polyplexus.com/healthdash 
14:51 3/31/23
Talk Polymath Ep.14 | Human Behavior in a Time of Global Disruption
In this episode, we talk with Colin Strong, Head of Behavioral Science at Ipsos. During our discussion, Colin differentiates behavioral science from traditional psychology and how the former can help us understand how to navigate the “liquid changing” sociopolitical and environmental situations currently happening on a global scale. Specifically, he offers his perspective on how the Pandemic affected the human condition, the behavioral changes that manifested, and how they may impact the critical challenges we face. __________ Colin Strong Head of Behavioral Science at Ipsos Colin Strong is Head of Behavioral Science at Ipsos, where he applies this discipline to client challenges in the private and public sectors, with recent activities in sustainability, disrupted brand choice, organizational change, and financial well-being. Colin and his team have developed a significant reputation in behavior change, developing a system that delivers sustained change in various contexts. Colin’s academic background is in psychology, with a Masters's Degree in Applied Psychology from Cranfield Institute.  He has worked in the market research industry for most of his career, using a psychology lens to develop advice, guidance, and new approaches using market research tools. He is an Honorary Professor of Consumer and Behavioural Psychology at Nottingham University Business School, where he is actively engaged in a range of programs, including a significant body of work on autonomous systems. Finally, he is a writer with a book under his belt (Humanizing Big Data) and writing projects both on applied behavioral science and another on the tricky business of ‘being human’. Links:  Ipsos Website: https://www.ipsos.com/en-us LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/colin-strong-3a12006/?originalSubdomain=uk Twitter: https://twitter.com/colinstrong Personal Website: https://colinstrong.co.uk/  Authors Mentioned:  Lorraine Daston Cory DoctorowJernnifer JacquetDavid Noble __________  Hosted by Polyplexus, Talk Polymath is a monthly podcast series featuring evidence-based conversations with current and emerging thought leaders in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math. From public health to changing models and trends in technology, this podcast engages in topics of current interest across disciplines. For more information, visit www.polyplexus.com
38:37 12/12/22
Talk Polymath Ep.13 | Water Health: A Community-driven Approach to Data Science
In this episode we speak with Dr. Stacy Woods, Senior Data Scientist at the Science Office of the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). As the in-house expert in statistics and data visualization, her work primarily focuses on different aspects of water health. Stacy discusses the key role community members play in water health projects, recounting her work on the highly publicized case of lead pipes poisoning residents in Flint, MI. There, she and her team established a public database, including historical and community-based data, that led to an overhaul of the city’s water system. She now leverages this replicable process and a set of data tools to address similar threats to water health across the country. __________ Dr. Stacy Woods Senior Data Scientist, Science Office NRDC Dr. Stacy Woods specializes in applying data science—from defining the problem domain to data collection, management, analysis, interpretation, and communication—in environmental litigation. She has served as an expert witness and science advisor on numerous state and federal cases with NRDC’s litigation team, including the landmark Flint water case (Concerned Pastors for Social Action v. Khouri).  Dr. Woods also directs the Data Hub Initiative for NRDC’s Science Office. Her scientific research employs spatial statistics and GIS to investigate diverse environmental health issues, from predicting lead pipe locations in Flint to quantifying pesticide runoff hazards to manatees in Florida.  Before joining NRDC, Dr. Woods worked for the United States Environmental Protection Agency, she was a Christine Mirzayan Science and Technology Policy fellow at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.  She holds a Ph.D. in environmental health engineering and a master's of public health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, where she was a Brown scholar in community health. She is based in NRDC’s New York office. Links:  https://www.nrdc.org/experts/stacy-woods Additional Links:  https://www.nrdc.org/experts/stacy-woods/flint-map-shows-progress-reveals-where-lead-likely-remains __________  Hosted by Polyplexus, Talk Polymath is a monthly podcast series featuring evidence-based conversations with current and emerging thought leaders in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math. From public health to changing models and trends in technology, this podcast engages in topics of current interest across disciplines. For more information, visit www.polyplexus.com
29:48 11/21/22
Talk Polymath Ep. 11 | The Circular Economy Meets the Future of Composting
In this episode, we talk with Eric Klingenberg, Materials Science Lead, at the Mars Advanced Research Institute, the research arm of Mars, Inc. Eric discusses how the development of new packaging for Mars products involves thinking beyond recyclability. He and his colleagues at Mars explore a variety of materials and technologies that present opportunities for making use of waste materials while also reducing the amount that ends up in landfills. Learn more about how Eric assembles interdisciplinary experts to help him learn more about composting and plastics deconstruction — including soil chemists, physicists, and engineers — and why he believes informed research and investment will help global companies like Mars drive the circular economy. __________ Eric H. Klingenberg, Ph.D. Materials Science Lead, Mars Advanced Research Institute Eric is part of the Mars Advanced Research Institute (MARI), where he leads the Materials Science Platform. His work includes developing new materials and processes to reduce the environmental impact of plastic packaging, supporting Mars’ commitment to transition to 100% reusable, recyclable, and compostable packaging and decrease its virgin plastic use by 2025. He also serves on several university advisory boards, and is a technical advisor for the Center for Hierarchical Materials Design, a consortium of national labs and universities working to develop and expand data and computation tools to accelerate advanced materials design. Eric has a B.S in chemistry with a minor in biology from Geneva College, and a Ph.D. in polymer chemistry from The Pennsylvania State University. During his 20+ year career as an industrial researcher and R&D leader, he has worked in multiple fields of study, including new material development, manufacturing scale-up, and process optimization. https://www.linkedin.com/in/eric-klingenberg-9884bba/  https://www.mars.com/  Additional Links:  https://www.energy.gov/sites/default/files/2020/08/f77/beto-amo-mars-plastics-wksp-rpt-final.pdf  https://www.packagingdigest.com/flexible-packaging/brainstorming-flexible-packaging-sustainability-80-experts-1500-ideas  Hosted by Polyplexus, Talk Polymath is a monthly podcast series, featuring evidence-based conversations with current and emerging thought leaders in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math. From public health to changing models and trends in technology, this podcast engages in topics of current interest across disciplines. For more information visit www.polyplexus.com
37:49 8/31/22
Talk Polymath Ep. 12 | Red Planet Rising: Organic and Other Matters
In this episode, we talk with Dr. Anastasia Yanchilina, a Research Scientist and “Rock Enchantress” at Impossible Sensing. Anastasia’s work is rooted in applying what we know about the past to what we can learn about the future. Combining her studies in paleoclimatology, paleoceanography, and climate policy with her expertise in geochemistry and geology, she analyzes data coming back from the 2020 Mars Perseverance Mission. Learn about her findings, including whether or not we’ll ever grow crops on the Red Planet. __________  Dr. Anastasia Yanchilina, Research Scientist at Impossible Sensing Anastasia Yanchilina completed her Ph.D. at Columbia University and her postdoctoral training at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel. Dr. Yanchilina’s expertise lies in Marine Geology and Geochemistry. At Impossible Sensing, she analyzes and diagnoses data generated from various data-driven IMS projects such as #InVADER, #VIPER, and the #Mars2020 Perseverance Mission.__________ https://twitter.com/borealis87?lang=enhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/anastasia-yanchilina-a2596424/https://www.instagram.com/nyanchil/ Hosted by Polyplexus, Talk Polymath is a monthly podcast series, featuring evidence-based conversations with current and emerging thought leaders in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math. From public health to changing models and trends in technology, this podcast engages in topics of current interest across disciplines. For more information visit www.polyplexus.com
29:05 8/31/22
Ep. 10 | Solving Climate Change on Earth: Sensing Technologies, Ocean Exploration, and Scientific Collaboration
Ep. 10 | Solving Climate Change on Earth: Sensing Technologies, Ocean Exploration, and Scientific Collaboration In this episode we talk with Pablo Sobron, Founder/Sensing Wizard at Impossible Sensing, and Research Scientist at the SETI Institute. Pablo discusses new sensing technologies that will map the ocean floor, and other harsh environments where these technologies can be applied to inform innovative climate change solutions. Listen to how his team of thinkers, engineers, and scientists create, apply, and interpret research and development to help address climate change on Earth. __________ Dr. Pablo SobronFounder/Sensing Wizard at Impossible Sensing and Research Scientist at the SETI Institute  Dr. Pablo Sobron leads a team of scientists and engineers at Impossible Sensing in building sensors to explore and study the deep sea and deep space. Their innovations in optics and deep analytics are used to search for life on other planets and resources on the Moon, survey biodiversity and clean-tech minerals in the seafloor, measure and eliminate greenhouse gas emissions in the energy sector, introduce climate-smart land management practices, and monitor indicators of climate change at global scale.  As a Research Scientist at the SETI Institute, Sobron is helping NASA develop a roadmap for the next decades of Astrobiology and Planetary Science.  https://www.linkedin.com/in/psobron/https://www.impossiblesensing.com/__________ Hosted by Polyplexus, Talk Polymath is a monthly podcast series, featuring evidence-based conversations with current and emerging thought leaders in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math. From public health to changing models and trends in technology, this podcast engages in topics of current interest across disciplines. For more information visit www.polyplexus.com
31:48 7/20/22
Ep. 9 | Interdisciplinary Collaborations: How Research Benefits From a Little Bit of Chaos
In this episode, we talk with Dr. Farshid Guilak, who was recently elected into the National Academy of Engineering for his contributions to regenerative medicine and mechanobiology. Dr. Guilak is both the Mildred B. Simon Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and co-director of the Center for Regenerative Medicine at Washington University in St. Louis. Throughout his career, Dr. Guilak has pursued interdisciplinary collaborations that create just enough chaos, and maybe a little art in the process.__________ Dr. Farshid Guilak, Mildred B. Simon Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and co-director of the Center for Regenerative Medicine at Washington University in St. LouisDr. Farshid Guilak pursues a multidisciplinary approach in his laboratory to investigate the role of biomechanics and mechanobiology in the etiology and pathogenesis of various musculoskeletal diseases – particularly osteoarthritis – as a basis for developing and translating new tissue-engineering therapies. His current research studies focus on the use of novel genome engineering methods for reprogramming stem cells to create functional tissue replacements for regenerating musculoskeletal tissues. https://twitter.com/guilak_lab?lang=enhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/farshid-guilak-477817b8/ __________ Hosted by Polyplexus, Talk Polymath is a monthly podcast series, featuring evidence-based conversations with current and emerging thought leaders in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math. From public health to changing models and trends in technology, this podcast engages in topics of current interest across disciplines.For more information visit www.polyplexus.com. 
31:03 6/29/22
Ep. 8 | The Social Impact of Algorithmic Fairness
In this episode, we talk with Peter Bergman and Sara Nadel of Learning Collider (https://www.learningcollider.org/), a research lab on a mission to accelerate socio-behavioral research to identify technology interventions that fight inequality. The lab partners with large-scale technology companies and organizations to access the high-dimensional data they collect, then use these massive data sets to assess discrimination and biases that impact hiring, loan decisions, and educational opportunities. They can then build, test, and rapidly scale applications of machine learning and AI that promote algorithmic fairness, and socioeconomic equity. __________Peter Bergman, Founder & President, Learning ColliderPeter Bergman is an international expert in economics, behavioral economics, and machine learning. He is an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Texas, Austin, Co-Editor for the Journal of Public Economics, and Co-Chair of the Education Technology Initiative at the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) at MIT.https://twitter.com/peterbergman_https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-bergman-675302219/Sara Nadel, Chief Operating Officer, Learning ColliderPrior to joining Learning Collider, Sara generated over one million dollars in additional wages for frontline workers as a Co-founder of StellarEmploy, a predictive analytics platform for hiring an inclusive, diverse workforce. She holds a Ph.D. from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Public Policy and was an Emerson Collective Dial Fellow for her work in labor market innovation.https://twitter.com/nadelsarahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/saranadel/__________Talk Polymath is Polyplexus.com's monthly podcast series which features evidence-based conversations and invites global science leaders to converse about topics in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math. From public health to changing models and trends in technology, this podcast engages in current cultural interests across disciplines.For more information visit www.polyplexus.com.
54:30 12/17/21
Ep. 7 | Technological Convergence: A Historic Disruption in the Making
In this episode, we talk with Jamie Arbib, who with Tony Seba co-founded RethinkX, an independent think tank dedicated to analyzing and forecasting technology-driven disruption. RethinkX recently released a report on climate change mitigation. It questions conventional forecasting, which they believe underestimates complex system dynamics and the impact of technological disruption.During the conversation, Arbib discusses how a convergence of technologies will catalyze the "fastest, deepest, most consequential technological disruption in history" and how it could lead to the mitigation of one of the world's most intractable problems: climate change. Arbib maintains the impact of new technologies is currently studied in economic sector silos to our detriment. He believes we need to supplement what he calls an industrial era reductionist physics paradigm with a paradigm of biology with its emphasis on interconnectedness and interactions within complex systems.__________Jamie Arbib is the co-author of the book Rethinking Humanity and the founder of Tellus Mater, a grant-making foundation that supports work on issues related to sustainability, with a focus on the finance system. Arbib is Chairman of a family office based in London and specializes in clean tech venture capital. He has a History degree and a Master's degree in Sustainability Leadership from Trinity College, Cambridge.Twitter | Linkedin__________Talk Polymath is Polyplexus.com's monthly podcast series which features evidence-based conversations and invites global science leaders to converse about topics in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math. From public health to changing models and trends in technology, this podcast engages in current cultural interests across disciplines.For more information visit www.polyplexus.com.
52:01 10/26/21
Ep. 6 | Eye-trackers: Novel Technology for Concussions & Brain Health Research
This episode of Talk Polymath discusses novel technologies for brain health and how eye movement can be used to diagnose and treat concussions. The guests will share the science behind their concussion diagnostic tool, the data that drives it, and how they see the future of brain health. Our guests are Rosina Samadani, Ph.D., CEO of Oculogica, and Dr. Uzma Samadani, M.D., Ph.D., Founder of Oculogica, Associate Professor, Department of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology at the University of Minnesota, and attending neurosurgeon at the Minneapolis Veterans Administration Medical Center.Dr. Rosina Samadani has 20 years of experience with medical device companies, including 7 years with McKinsey & Company as a leader in their healthcare practice. This is her 4th startup. Dr. Samadani has her BS and MS from MIT in Mechanical Engineering, and her Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Northwestern University.Linkedin | TwitterDr. Uzma Samadani founded Oculogica in 2013, and her laboratory has developed the eye-tracking methodology and published six papers on its utility. She is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology at the University of Minnesota with a graduate faculty appointment in Neuroscience. She is also an attending neurosurgeon at the Minneapolis Veterans Administration Medical Center. She serves on the Executive Committee of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons/Congress of Neurological Surgeons Joint Section on Neurotrauma and Critical Care.Linkedin | Twitter__________Talk Polymath is Polyplexus.com's monthly podcast series which features evidence-based conversations and invites global science leaders to converse about topics in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math. From public health to changing models and trends in technology, this podcast engages in current cultural interests across disciplines.For more information visit www.polyplexus.com.
62:55 7/7/21
Ep. 5 | Innovation Engines and Emerging Research
This episode of Talk Polymath welcomes the longest-serving DARPA Director, Dr. Tony Tether who is joined by Boston University’s Head of the Division of Materials Science and Engineering, Dr. David Bishop (formerly with Bell Labs). The discussion focuses on the impact of innovation engines like DARPA and Bell Labs, and also explores some of the research they’re currently focused on – which includes superluminal travel, cardiac tissue engineering, Atto-Tesla magnetometry, and single atom printing.Dr. Anthony J. Tether was Director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) from 2001 to his retirement in 2009. Prior to DARPA, Dr. Tether held the position of Chief Executive Officer and President of The Sequoia Group, which he founded in 1996.Find Dr. Tether on social: LinkedinDr. David Bishop is a Professor at Boston University (ECE, Physics, MSE, ME, BME). He is the Head of the Division of Materials Science & Engineering and the Director of the CELL-MET Engineering Research Center.Find Dr. Bishop on the web: Dr. David Bishop__________Talk Polymath is Polyplexus.com's monthly podcast series which features evidence-based conversations and invites global science leaders to converse about topics in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math. From public health to changing models and trends in technology, this podcast engages in current cultural interests across disciplines.For more information visit www.polyplexus.com.
65:30 6/4/21
Ep. 4 | Brains, Behavior, and Human Performance
This episode of Talk Polymath focuses on the augmentation of human performance through scientific cognition and neuroscience programs. Our guests, Amy Kruse, Ph.D., Biologist & Partner at Prime Movers Lab, and Anna Skinner, Ph.D., Founder and President of BlackMoon, LLC, will explore cutting-edge research and technologies focused on optimizing human performance.Amy Kruse, Ph.D., is a Partner and Principal Biologist at Prime Movers Lab. As a neuroscientist and biologist, she discovers emerging new companies and performs in-depth due diligence into potential investments across areas including neuroscience, human augmentation, synthetic biology, longevity/regeneration and agriculture. She also supports portfolio companies in evaluating and overcoming scientific and implementation challenges, with a specific emphasis on deploying complex technology into real-world environments.Find Dr. Kruse on social: LinkedinAnna Skinner, Ph.D., is the Founder and President of Black Moon, LLC.  Dr. Skinner's professional experience and research interests blend her educational background in biomedical engineering and human factors psychology, emphasizing the application of theoretically- and empirically-based cognitive science and neuroscience principles to the design of technology and training tools to optimize human performance.Find Dr. Skinner on social: Linkedin__________Talk Polymath is Polyplexus.com's monthly podcast series which features evidence-based conversations and invites global science leaders to converse about topics in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math. From public health to changing models and trends in technology, this podcast engages in current cultural interests across disciplines.For more information visit www.polyplexus.com.
60:05 5/3/21
Ep. 3 | COVID-19: The Cross-species Lifecycle of a Virus
This episode of Talk Polymath focuses on the circle of life of infectious diseases like COVID-19 and how viruses spill back into the natural world through reverse zoonosis or anthroponosis. Our guests Krista Milich, Ph.D., biological anthropologist at Washington University in St. Louis and Stephen Morse, Ph.D., epidemiologist at Columbia University Medical Center, will explore reasons for the increased emergence of zoonotic infectious diseases and the role human activity plays in this trend.Dr. Krista Milich is an assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology at Washington University in St. Louis. She is a biological anthropologist and primatologist who studies how both the natural and social environment can impact behaviors, physiology, and health.Find Dr. Milich on social: LinkedIn | Twitter | WebsiteDr. Stephen S. Morse is a professor of epidemiology at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. His interests focus on epidemiology and risk assessment of infectious diseases (particularly emerging infections, including influenza), and improving disease early warning systems. In 2000, he returned to Columbia after 4 years in government as program manager for Biodefense at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Department of Defense, where he co-directed the Pathogen Countermeasures program and subsequently directed the Advanced Diagnostics program.Find Dr. Morse on social: LinkedIn | Twitter | WebsiteSuggested readings from this episode:Etymologia: CoronavirusThe Secret Life of a CoronavirusNothing Eats Viruses, Right? Meet Some Hungry ProtistsNextstrain__________Talk Polymath is Polyplexus.com's monthly podcast series which features evidence-based conversations and invites global science leaders to converse about topics in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math. From public health to changing models and trends in technology, this podcast engages in current cultural interests across disciplines.For more information visit www.polyplexus.com.
66:27 3/30/21
Ep. 2 | Reinventing Drug Manufacturing
The second episode of the Talk Polymath podcast discusses the concept behind “Pharmacy on Demand” and how a distributed medicine manufacturing network could help create a safe and reliable supply of medicines for communities worldwide. Our guests for this episode are Tyler McQuade, Ph.D., Chief Innovation Officer, On Demand Pharmaceuticals; and Mickey McManus, Senior Advisor and Executive Coach at BCG, and Research Fellow Emeritus at Autodesk.Tyler McQuade, Ph.D., is a former Program Manager and Deputy Director at the Defense Sciences Office at DARPA. Dr. McQuade also served as the Chief Technology Officer for the Medicines for All Institute in Richmond, VA, which was funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. As a professor of chemistry and chemical engineering, he has taught at numerous universities. Dr. McQuade earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry at the University of Wisconsin and completed his postdoctoral research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology as an NIH Postdoctoral Fellow.Find Dr. McQuade on social: LinkedInMickey McManus is a pioneer in the field of collaborative innovation, pervasive computing, human-centered design and education. He holds 12 patents in the areas of connected products, vehicles, and services. He is an executive coach to high-potential leaders, a senior advisor at BCG, and research fellow emeritus at Autodesk's Office of the CTO.Find Mickey on social: Linkedin | TwitterSuggested readings from this episode:Live Long, Die Short: A Guide to Authentic Health and Successful AgingNature Co-Design: A Revolution in the MakingDeep Tech: The Great Wave of Innovation_____Talk Polymath is Polyplexus.com's monthly podcast series which features evidence-based conversations and invites global science leaders to converse about a topic in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math. From public health topics such as vaccinations to changing models and trends in technology, this podcast engages in topics of current cultural interest across disciplines.For more information visit www.polyplexus.com.
62:14 3/2/21
Ep. 1 | COVID19: The same as – and different than – previous pandemics
The first Talk Polymath episode focuses on COVID-19 and how this pandemic mirrors and differs from previous ones. Our guests are William Warren, Ph.D., Vice President and head of FluNXT at Sanofi Pasteur; and José Ramón Fernández-Peña, MD, MPA, Director of Health Professions Advising at Northwestern University and President at American Public Health Association.Talk Polymath is Polyplexus.com's monthly podcast series which features evidence-based conversations and invites global science leaders to converse about a topic in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math. From public health topics such as vaccinations to changing models and trends in technology, this podcast engages in topics of current cultural interest across disciplines.For more information visit www.polyplexus.com.
57:08 2/2/21