Doctor John Episode 3
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Doctor John Episode 3
As the pandemic entered the Delta, the doctors and nurses at Greenwood Leflore set up a 16-bed ICU just for Covid-19 patients and hoped for the best. Nurse Briauna Elam sent her daughter, Kayley, to live with her mother to avoid exposing Kayley to the virus. Dr. Rachael Faught spent all day at the hospital, and sometimes all night. As patients' lungs gave out, Dr. Faught had them sedated and placed them on ventilators. Nurse Elam monitored the ventilated patients and talked to them, even though they couldn't respond. Despite their efforts, the case count climbed and so did the number of deaths.
Episode 3Season 2Episode 3AirdateJanuary 8, 2021 (UK)January 23, 2021 (USA)Written byPolly BuckleDirected byPhilippa LangdalePrevious episodeNext episodeEpisode 2 (Season 2)Episode 4 (Season 2)Episode 3 is the third episode of the second season of A Discovery of Witches. It is also the eleventh episode overall in the series.
To go along with my story The CRISPR Children in Nature Biotechnology, I am producing a rolling series of podcasts. This episode is a chat with Dr. Eben Kirksey, an anthropologist at Deakin University, which has campuses in and near Melbourne, Australia.
He Jiankui came to the US as a student, completed his PhD research at Rice University and then was a postdoctoral fellow with Stephen Quake at Stanford University. Dr. Quake founded a number of companies including Fluidigm, Moleculo and also Helicos Biosciences. He Jiankui licensed the Helicos technology and built a company around it called Direct Genomics. Quake was on the board of Direct Genomics. Or not, Dr. Quake apparently denies that he was.
In the article in Nature Biotechnology my interviewees talk about this and there is more on this in other podcast episodes. I spoke for example with Dr. Kiran Musunuru of the University of Pennsylvania about that and with Rudolf Jaenisch of the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Science.
So you want a child with big muscles, target myostatin. And, a doctor might show you pictures like here's your child will look like Arnold Schwarzenegger. But , it's really difficult to tweak a single gene and get some kind of improvement. With myostatin, you will get big muscles if you knock out that gene but you also get a greater risk of heart disease and your organs will be smaller as you grow up.
John B speeds through the streets, desperate to get to help for Sarah. Eventually they arrive to see a shady doctor, who agrees to operate after being handed some gold. Despite regaining consciousness after initial surgery, Sarah suddenly goes into cardiac arrest.
As the heart monitor flatlines, the doctor turns the machine off and leaves, convinced that Sarah has died. John B refuses to give up though and tells Sarah he loves her. Through the power of love (and some on-and-off CPR) Sarah regains consciousness.
The third episode of Outer Banks starts to cycle back around to this cat and mouse chase as John B and Sarah find themselves evading the authorities once more and stuck out at sea. Even worse, they no longer have the gold.
John's eccentricity may be masking a more serious mental health issue. In the second-season finale, "A Swedish Science Thing and the Equation for Toast," the impending Nobel Prize ceremony appeared to have triggered an episode of psychosis. He tried to commandeer the university's mainframe computer (and ran when discovered), and Meemaw found him outside her house late at night, plucking crabgrass out of the lawn one blade at a time. After missing a dinner date and finding out that he missed several of his classes, she found him on the roof of his apartment building in the middle of a psychotic episode, attempting to "become one" with quarks and neutrinos. She was able to talk him down and took him inside, as he lamented the fact that he hadn't, and likely never would, win the Nobel Prize, but expressed confidence that Sheldon would do so one day. Later, when Mary Cooper went to console Sheldon at his Nobel listening party (which no one came to), she told him that John wouldn't be there because "he's not feeling well."
In the episode "A Pineapple and the Bosom of Male Friendship", John is discharged from the mental institution and visits the family shortly after. After dinner, at Meemaw's house, John reveals that he feels like they shouldn't continue their romantic relationship and would be happy if they remained friends. This leaves Meemaw upset and threatens to call Ira to call him for a date, in which John naively encourages. After Meemaw hangs up, she is still upset the next day. After Sheldon wants John to visit him, against Mary's will, John comes over later to see Sheldon. After they eat dinner, George Sr. decides to take him out to a divebar, while Meemaw is on a date with Ira. John and George Sr. discusses his breakup with Meemaw and tells George that Meemaw was his first girlfriend and probably his last, because he hadn't have an episode in an long time and didn't think it would happen again and so he broke up with Meemaw to prevent her from going through that again. After this, John tells George that he can ask him anything about marriage, like intimacy issues, communication issues and problems in the bedroom before he gets John to play Pool with him. After Meemaw's dinner, Ira decides that he doesn't want to date her again because he doesn't want to have his heart broken because it is obvious she's still attached to John. John and George are playing pool before George says that everyone at the divebar knows him (to make him look cool) and then John decides to toast to the entire bar that he thanks George for taking him here and listening to his woes.
Even though the imperial beskar has a painful history for the Mandalorians, Mando still uses some of it to forge brand new armor, which he wears for the rest of the episode and looks fresh as hell compared to his dented old fit.
One of "The Sin's' biggest surprises was seeing the other Mandalorian warriors come through to help Mando protect the baby. Earlier in the episode it became clear that surviving Mandalorians work hard to maintain their culture and values in secret, but their hatred of the Empire and loyalty to each other obviously outweighs their safety.
The scene where the bounty hunters' tokens activate was eerily reminiscent of the scene at the end of John Wick: Chapter Two, which set the entire assassins' organization after John Wick. That makes every episode after "The Sin" a parallel to John Wick: Chapter 3, which had John fighting off assassins from every corner, all of whom were willing to die to claim their bounty.
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Alone Together: Conversations Amid COVID-19Studio 47, releases its newest podcast intended to capture the lives of various Augustana Vikings and how each of them is uniquely affected by the current pandemic. Episodes are hosted by Ann Rosendale, Campus Pastor and proud graduate of Augustana University, or Joel Gackle, Senior Director of Alumni Engagement. New episodes of the podcast will be uploaded on Mondays and Fridays.
I did not think this episode would go well and there would be no time for much of anything with our main cast because of all of the time the newbies would take up. But then I saw when they got rid of Debbie, Kellen, Mia, and Dr. Melendez, that freed up a lot of time for Shaun and Lea, Claire and Morgan, and Glassman and Morgan plus Glassman and Shaun. I would love it if every episode was like that!
I was so struck by this film crew and [director] Ben Richardson and how he ran this sequence, which took three days to shoot. We did it safely, and we did it with a great attitude. No animals were hurt, and no people were hurt. The episode speaks for itself. I think he put together an amazing gun fight.
John Delzell, MD, MSPH joins this episode of the podcast to share the importance of scholarly activity in strengthening residency programs and institutions. He shares his belief that asking clinical or quality improvement questions can drive us to be better doctors and provides some practical tips on how to find a starting place when answering a research question. Dr Delzell and our hosts share ways that students and residents can get involved in the research process.
In this final act, Chris, Steven, Burcu, and myself, share the things that helped us and are helping us navigate academia as first generation students. But though not all things that work for us will work for all first gens, we hope that those who are listening recognize the plight first gens go through in graduate programs. And if you are a first generation yourself, we hope that this episode, particularly this act, reminds you that you are not alone. Maybe some first gens who are listening to this are going through it, are probably doubting themselves. What message do you have for first generation students who may be listening to this, and considering grad school or in graduate school right now
This was a wonderful discussion on situating our work within the international sphere, especially as graduate students conducting interdisciplinary work. That will be the end of this episode of PhD and Me: The Third Degree. Thank you all for listening to our stories of the tensions between socio-politico-cultural aspects of international research, the moral implications of privilege and equity, and time consuming and often frustrating elements of the bureaucracy of international work. Good-bye. 59ce067264