Creators and Guests

Amanda Welch
Host
Amanda Welch
Science Editor and Writer, AtKisson Training Group
Appears in 54 episodes
Dr Adam Pawson
Host
Dr Adam Pawson
Senior Managing Editor, Bitesize Bio
Appears in 20 episodes
Dr. Jennifer Swift
Host
Dr. Jennifer Swift
Former Managing Editor, Bitesize Bio
Appears in 2 episodes
Dr. Laura Grassie
Host
Dr. Laura Grassie
Content Creation Manager, Bitesize Bio
Appears in 5 episodes
Dr Nick Oswald
Host
Dr Nick Oswald
Founder, Bitesize Bio
Appears in 4 episodes
Karen O'Hanlon Cohrt
Host
Karen O'Hanlon Cohrt
Editor in Chief, CRISPR Medicine News
Appears in 12 episodes
Kristen Haberthur
Host
Kristen Haberthur
Adjunct Faculty, University of Portland
Appears in 2 episodes
Martin Wilson
Host
Martin Wilson
Science Writer and Editor
Appears in 3 episodes
Thomas Warwick
Host
Thomas Warwick
Content Creator, Bitesize Bio
Appears in 1 episode
Alexis Komor
Guest
Alexis Komor
Alexis received her B. S. degree in chemistry from the University of California, Berkeley in December of 2008. She then joined the lab of Jacqueline Barton at the California Institute of Technology for her doctoral studies. While at Caltech, she worked as an NSF Graduate Research Fellow on the design, synthesis, and study of DNA mismatch-binding metal complexes and received her Ph.D. in 2014. She pursued postdoctoral work as a Ruth Kirschstein NIH Postdoctoral Fellow in the laboratory of David Liu, where she developed base editing, a new approach to genome editing that enables the direct, irreversible chemical conversion of one target DNA base into another in a programmable manner, without requiring double-stranded DNA backbone cleavage. Alexis joined the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of California at San Diego in 2017, where her lab develops and applies new precision genome editing techniques to the functional genomics field. Alexis’s contributions in teaching, mentoring, and research have been recognized through many awards.
Appears in 1 episode
Allison Mayle
Guest
Allison Mayle
Science Educator, Assistant Director DNALC NYC
Appears in 1 episode
Andrew Nguyen, Ph.D.
Guest
Andrew Nguyen, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Saint Louis University
Appears in 1 episode
Ania Wronski
Guest
Ania Wronski
Expert in bringing life science companies from zero to millions by understanding the needs of scientists and leveraging the why.
Appears in 1 episode
Anna-Lena Eberle
Guest
Anna-Lena Eberle
Product Manager at Carl Zeiss MultiSEM GmbH
Appears in 1 episode
Anne Lodge
Guest
Anne Lodge
Retired Scientist, Institute of Common Knowledge
Appears in 1 episode
Antony Adamson
Guest
Antony Adamson
Antony received his Ph.D. in Molecular Endocrinology at The University of Manchester in 2006. He then pursued post-doctoral research at the University of Liverpool, developing recombinant Bacterial Artificial Chromosomes for the single cell microscopy of NF-kappaB translocation dynamics, and the impact on gene expression, in both cell lines and transgenic animal models. Antony joined The University of Manchester as Senior Experimental Officer at the Transgenic Unit core facility in 2014, and has been Manager at the rebranded Genome Editing Unit since 2018. His roles include the integration and application of CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing to assist in the development of custom experimental models, including novel mouse and cultured cell models, as well as teaching and training users in the application of these cutting-edge techniques, and delivering expert consultation.
Appears in 2 episodes
Azer Bolte
Guest
Azer Bolte
Product Marketing Manager, Eppendorf
Appears in 1 episode
Benjamin Palmer
Guest
Benjamin Palmer
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Appears in 1 episode
Bethan Jones, Ph.D.
Guest
Bethan Jones, Ph.D.
Senior Product Owner, R&D, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Appears in 1 episode
Bill Skarnes Ph.D.
Guest
Bill Skarnes Ph.D.
Bill received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Microbiology and Immunology from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. In 1992, he was awarded his Ph.D. in Molecular and Medical Genetics from the University of Toronto, where he pioneered gene-trapping technology in mouse embryonic stem cells. In 1997, Bill took up an appointment as an Assistant Professor at the University of California at Berkeley. From 2003 to 2016, Bill led the Mouse Developmental Genetics and embryonic stem Cell Mutagenesis teams at the Welcome Trust Sanger Institute in the United Kingdom, focusing on the generation of a genome-wide collection of conditional knockouts in mouse. He has over 80 peer review publications and is now based at The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine in Farmington, Connecticut, as the Director of Cellular Engineering. Bill's laboratory is currently exploiting new genome-editing technology to study gene function and model disease in human stem cells.
Appears in 1 episode
Brian D. Adams
Guest
Brian D. Adams
President/CEO/Director of Research at The Brain Institute of America with expertise in Cell Biology and Biochemistry
Appears in 1 episode
Christian Eggeling
Guest
Christian Eggeling
Professor of Super-Resolution Microscopy, University Jena Germany & University of Oxford
Appears in 1 episode
Christine Kornmeier
Guest
Christine Kornmeier
Product Manager, The Life Science business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
Appears in 1 episode
Cristy Gelling
Guest
Cristy Gelling
Researcher, Parliament of NSW
Appears in 1 episode
Daniel Vocelle, Ph.D.
Guest
Daniel Vocelle, Ph.D.
Assistant Director, MSU Flow Cytometry Core, Michigan State University
Appears in 1 episode
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Guest
Dany Spencer Adams
Lecturer, Tufts University
Appears in 2 episodes
Dr. Allyn Forsyth
Guest
Dr. Allyn Forsyth
Vice President at Singlera Genomics
Appears in 1 episode
Dr Axel Thomson
Guest
Dr Axel Thomson
Edinburgh Innovations
Appears in 1 episode
Dr. Barbara Siefker
Guest
Dr. Barbara Siefker
Product Marketing Manager, Eppendorf Group
Appears in 1 episode
Dr. Ben Engel
Guest
Dr. Ben Engel
Max-Planck-Institute of Biochemistry, Research Department Molecular Structural Biology.
Appears in 1 episode
Dr. Chris Zugates
Guest
Dr. Chris Zugates
Designer of processes, products & organization
Appears in 1 episode
Dr David Lewis
Guest
Dr David Lewis
Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology & Bioethics, School of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Leeds
Appears in 1 episode
Dr. Eleanor Drummond
Guest
Dr. Eleanor Drummond
Bluesand Research Fellow at University of Sydney
Appears in 1 episode
Dr. James Fitzpatrick
Guest
Dr. James Fitzpatrick
Scientific Director, Associate Professor of Anatomy & Neurobiology and Cell Biology & Physiology
Appears in 1 episode
Dr Jane Luff
Guest
Dr Jane Luff
Our Future Health UK
Appears in 1 episode
Dr. Jessica Wagener
Guest
Dr. Jessica Wagener
Application Specialist – Workflow Solutions, Eppendorf
Appears in 1 episode
Dr. Johanna Ahlskog
Guest
Dr. Johanna Ahlskog
Senior Scientist at Orion Pharma
Appears in 1 episode
Dr. Julia König
Guest
Dr. Julia König
Product Manager, Leica Microsystems
Appears in 1 episode
Dr. Luis Alvarez
Guest
Dr. Luis Alvarez
Product Application Manager, Leica Microsystems
Appears in 1 episode
Dr. Marlon Stoeckius
Guest
Dr. Marlon Stoeckius
R&D Director | Single Cell & Spatial Omics Technology Development
Appears in 1 episode
 Dr. Michael Smanski
Guest
Dr. Michael Smanski
McKnight Land Grant Professor at University of Minnesota, Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Biophysics
Appears in 1 episode
Dr. Oleg Podgorny
Guest
Dr. Oleg Podgorny
Senior Researcher at Koltzov Institute of Developmental Biology of Russian Academy of Sciences and Federal Research
Appears in 1 episode
Dr. Omonse Talton
Guest
Dr. Omonse Talton
Assistant Professor, Avila University
Appears in 1 episode
Dr. Steffen Riethmüller
Guest
Dr. Steffen Riethmüller
Application Specialist Support – PCR Cycler & Mixer, Eppendorf SE
Appears in 1 episode
Dr. Sven Reister
Guest
Dr. Sven Reister
Deputy Global Development Lead QIAstat
Appears in 1 episode
Dr Tim Errington
Guest
Dr Tim Errington
Senior Director of Research, Center for Open Science
Appears in 1 episode
Dr. Tim Schommartz
Guest
Dr. Tim Schommartz
Global Marketing Manager, Eppendorf
Appears in 1 episode
Dr. Ulrike Gast
Guest
Dr. Ulrike Gast
Application Specialist Manual Liquid Handling and Pipette Calibration Service, Eppendorf
Appears in 1 episode
Dr. Vicki Doronina
Guest
Dr. Vicki Doronina
Sister Project Taskforce Lead @ Wikimedia | Process Development
Appears in 1 episode
Dr Victoria Doronina
Guest
Dr Victoria Doronina
Wikimedia Foundation
Appears in 1 episode
Elisabeth Bik
Guest
Elisabeth Bik
Harbers Bik LLC
Appears in 1 episode
Elisa Viering
Guest
Elisa Viering
Product Marketing Manager, Eppendorf
Appears in 1 episode
Frank Assen
Guest
Frank Assen
IST Austria
Appears in 1 episode
Frédéric Leroux
Guest
Frédéric Leroux
Leica Microsystems
Appears in 2 episodes
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Guest
Gail Seigel, PhD
Appears in 3 episodes
Hamid Heidari
Guest
Hamid Heidari
Product Marketing Manager, Eppendorf
Appears in 1 episode
Heidi Scott Giusto
Guest
Heidi Scott Giusto
Resume Writer. Editor. Educator. I specialize in proactive career management and help you communicate when it matters most
Appears in 1 episode
Hervé Luche, PhD
Guest
Hervé Luche, PhD
Scientific Director, Immuno-phenotyping Module, Center of Immuno-phenomics (CIPHE)
Appears in 1 episode
Jan-Hendrik Bebermeier
Guest
Jan-Hendrik Bebermeier
Global Marketing Manager, Eppendorf
Appears in 1 episode
Jessica Rowley
Guest
Jessica Rowley
Flow Cytometry Facility Manager, Imperial College London
Appears in 1 episode
Jing Wang
Guest
Jing Wang
Field Applications Scientist, ThermoFisher Scientific
Appears in 1 episode
Jonathan Irish
Guest
Jonathan Irish
Associate Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology
Appears in 1 episode
Joseph Huff
Guest
Joseph Huff
Appears in 2 episodes
Jurg Rohrer
Guest
Jurg Rohrer
Director / Research and Development BD Biosciences
Appears in 1 episode
 Kees Jalink
Guest
Kees Jalink
Professor, The Netherlands Cancer Institute
Appears in 1 episode
Kenneth Vogt
Guest
Kenneth Vogt
Executive Coach, Vera Claritas
Appears in 1 episode
Kerstin Isermann
Guest
Kerstin Isermann
Application Specialist - Separation, Eppendorf
Appears in 1 episode
Lindsay Lozeau
Guest
Lindsay Lozeau
Senior Scientist, Millipore Sigma
Appears in 1 episode
Lorenzo Tosi
Guest
Lorenzo Tosi
Senior Scientist at Scanogen Inc.
Appears in 1 episode
Manisha Ray
Guest
Manisha Ray
Assistant Professor at Loyola University Chicago
Appears in 1 episode
Maren Rudolph
Guest
Maren Rudolph
Application Specialist – Liquid Handling
Appears in 1 episode
Mark Clymer
Guest
Mark Clymer
Assistant Chief Pharmacist - Clinical Services at Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Appears in 1 episode
Mark Pawlicki, Ph.D.
Guest
Mark Pawlicki, Ph.D.
Senior Product Manager, The Life Science business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
Appears in 1 episode
Matthew Mule
Guest
Matthew Mule
PhD – University of Cambridge. Systems Immunology | medicine
Appears in 1 episode
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Guest
Maximillian Green
Founder/Technical director, Panorama Laboratories
Appears in 1 episode
Morten Thaysen-Andersen, Ph.D.
Guest
Morten Thaysen-Andersen, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Macquarie University
Appears in 1 episode
Nathan Hillson
Guest
Nathan Hillson
Director of Synthetic Biology Informatics at Joint BioEnergy Institute
Appears in 1 episode
Pilhan Kim, PhD
Guest
Pilhan Kim, PhD
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) & IVIM Technology Inc.
Appears in 1 episode
Prof. Dr. Silvia Cappello
Guest
Prof. Dr. Silvia Cappello
Associate Professor, Department of Physiological Genomics, Biomedical Center, LMU Munich
Appears in 1 episode
Professor Stuart Maudsley
Guest
Professor Stuart Maudsley
University of Antwerp
Appears in 1 episode
Prof. Jason Reed
Guest
Prof. Jason Reed
Professor, Eminent Scholar, Virginia Commonwealth University
Appears in 1 episode
Quyen Tran, PhD
Guest
Quyen Tran, PhD
Global Business Excellence Manager - Data & Analysis, Leica Microsystems
Appears in 1 episode
Renée M. Dalrymple
Guest
Renée M. Dalrymple
Sales Development Manager, Zeiss
Appears in 1 episode
Richard Vernon
Guest
Richard Vernon
Product Marketing Manager, ThermoFisher Scientific
Appears in 1 episode
Robert Ranner
Guest
Robert Ranner
Product Manager, Leica Microsystems
Appears in 1 episode
Roland Fleck
Guest
Roland Fleck
King’s College, London
Appears in 1 episode
Sarah Richardson
Guest
Sarah Richardson
International Clinical Lead | CEO | Emergency and Remote Medicine Doctor | Global Health Consultant and Researcher
Appears in 1 episode
Shawn Mikula
Guest
Shawn Mikula
Project Leader, MPI for Neurobiology. Dept.
Appears in 1 episode
Shigeki Watanabe
Guest
Shigeki Watanabe
Associate Professor of Cell Biology, Department of Neuroscience, John Hopkins School of Medicine
Appears in 1 episode
Simon Poepsel
Guest
Simon Poepsel
Center for Molecular Medicine Cologne
Appears in 1 episode
Stephen Pettitt
Guest
Stephen Pettitt
Senior Staff Scientist at The Institute of Cancer Research
Appears in 1 episode
Sugish Subramonia Pillai
Guest
Sugish Subramonia Pillai
Product Marketing Manager, Eppendorf
Appears in 1 episode
Sylvia Boj
Guest
Sylvia Boj
CSO, HUB Organoids
Appears in 1 episode
Theodore Roth
Guest
Theodore Roth
Resident (Clinical Pathology), Stanford University
Appears in 1 episode
Vincent Schoonderwoert, PhD
Guest
Vincent Schoonderwoert, PhD
Senior Imaging Specialist
Appears in 1 episode
Wendy Ochoa, Ph.D
Guest
Wendy Ochoa, Ph.D
Assistant Professor, Child and Family Development, San Diego State University
Appears in 1 episode
YongKeun Park
Guest
YongKeun Park
CEO, Tomocube Inc.
Appears in 1 episode