October has arrived and Fall is slowly marching into middle Tennessee. We’ve enjoyed milder temperatures and we’re beginning to see leaves fall from the trees. We’ve even had some fairly cool days in recent weeks!
You know what else is cool? Podcasts! They’re a delightful companion to your pumpkin spice latte and apple cinnamon muffin. The Rollins-Smith Lab is excited to share an episode of a podcast series “Vanderbilt Health DNA: Discoveries in Action.” According to their website, “The DNA series is designed to spark conversations about medicine, health and society.”
The episode entitled “Climate is Us: Why Climate Change is Health Care’s Lane” features interviews with three professors from Vanderbilt University/Vanderbilt University Medical Center including our very own Dr. Rollins-Smith!
- Reed Omary, MD, Professor, Radiology & Radiological Sciences
- Carol Ziegler, Professor, Cross-College Scholar, Affiliated Faculty, Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health/Family Nurse Practitioner, Meharry Family Practice
- Louise Rollins-Smith, PhD, Professor of Pathology, Microbiology and Immunology, Professor of Pediatrics
Click on the link below to hear this very special episode.
And be sure to check out other episodes from this series. They're currently in their second season, so there are a lot of shows to choose from in their library.
The VUMC Reporter has written about this podcast episode, as well as an additional project taking place in the Rollins-Smith Lab. You can read that story here:
Take care and we'll be back soon with more updates!