Today is the 50th anniversary of the launch of Apollo 11. Let’s follow the journey in “real time.”
Drawing from expertise in both the medicine and engineering worlds, Dr. Erik Antonsen discusses how to answer the unanswerable questions about building a medical system for deep space flight.
Dr. Emily Stratton shares her insights from her recent expedition to the Khumbu region of Nepal.
Today is the Anniversary of the first mission to put a human into space.
Happy Yuri’s Night Everyone!
How can you do CPR in space? Dr. Jason David, an Emergency Medicine resident at University Hospital in Las Vegas has the answer…
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In this episode Dana talks with Dr. Mathias Basner, Associate Professor of Sleep, Chronobiology and Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania Pearlman School of Medicine. They discuss his research into the effects of isolated, confined and extreme environments on the human brain.
More information on Dr. Basner;
Dr. Basner’s research;
In this episode Dr. Quinn Dufurrena, internal medicine resident at Stony Brook University Hospital discusses the enigmatic condition known as “Seal Finger” and how to treat it.
For more information read the modern article available here;
or this 1952 description here;
Chris Martinez was the lead physician at Mcmurdo General Hospital, the primary medical facility for the United States Antarctic Program during the 2017 season.
Megan and Mike Dore help staff Mcmurdo General Hospital, the primary medical facility for the United States Antarctic Program. This interview was conducted in 2017.
Welcome back to the exploration medicine podcast, we’ve got a lot of new content coming your way, from field notes on actual expeditions to cutting edge researchers, to interviews with people in the field, and, of course our listener quick review mini-sodes. Join us on our journey to the most extreme places humans can go…