060-Dirk Smeets PhD

060-Dirk Smeets PhD

YouTube | Apple Podcasts | Spotify MR can provide valuable information about hippocampal atrophy in people at risk for alzheimers. When we combine MR with artificial intelligence to determine the volumes, the sensitivity and specificity of the...
059-Gil Blander PhD

059-Gil Blander PhD

YouTube | Apple Podcasts | Spotify How can blood biomarkers inform our quest for health and longevity? Is there a better way to systematically apply AI and other tools to use this critical information?  Today we speak with Gil Blander PhD,...
058-Sarah McEwen PhD

058-Sarah McEwen PhD

YouTube | Apple Podcasts | Spotify Exercise in moderation is a healthy choice. But what most people don’t realize is that exercise not only builds muscle but also builds brain and reduces Alzheimer’s disease risk. Sarah McEwen, PhD, is a Cognitive...
057-Ede Fox

057-Ede Fox

YouTube | Apple Podcasts | Spotify The carnivore diet is in the news everywhere. What are the health benefits/tradeoffs? Is it more than just the opposite of a vegan diet? Today we get to speak with Ede Fox Host of the popular podcast ‘The Black...
056-Steve Verdooner

056-Steve Verdooner

YouTube | Apple Podcasts | Spotify Retinal Imaging for Alzheimer’s Disease The retina is actually part of the central nervous system, originating as an outgrowth of the developing brain and shares many similarities with the brain. The retina...
055-Laura Minquini

055-Laura Minquini

YouTube | Apple Podcasts | Spotify Our understanding of aging and longevity has undergone a revolution in the last decade with dramatic strides in such things as epigenetic reprogramming, stem cells, mTOR, AMPk, and sirtuins. Today we speak with...