Podcasts & Archive
On the Radio & TV
- WHRY Director Mazure Talks About Stress, on WNPR - Dr. Carolyn Mazure, Director of Women's Health Research at Yale, spoke about stress, the harm stress can cause, and ways to reduce it, as an invited guest on the "Faith Middleton Show" on WNPR Radio in October 2010. Click here to listen.
- Women’s Health Research at Yale Featured on TV - WTNH Channel 8 in New Haven aired a “CT Style” segment about Women’s Health Research at Yale June and July 2010. In an interview with health and medicine correspondent Jocelyn Maminta, WHRY Director Dr. Carolyn Mazure, described how some of WHRY’s research projects have advanced scientific knowledge about gender differences in key areas of women’s health, including heart disease and smoking cessation. The seven-minute TV segment included photos and video clips depicting WHRY scientists.
- Dr. Carolyn Mazure, Director of Women’s Health Research at Yale, was interviewed on “The Faith Middleton Show” – WNPR Public Radio. Faith congratulated Dr. Mazure on her induction into the CT Women’s Hall of Fame and Dr. Mazure discussed WHRY’s recent research studies on women combat veterans readjusting to civilian life and heart disease in women. The December 2009 broadcast is available at: Click here to listen.
- WHRY on NPR. Women's Health Research at Yale Director Dr. Carolyn Mazure and WHRY investigator Dr. Sherry McKee were featured on National Public Radio's Morning Edition in July 2009, in a story about the particular difficulties that women face when trying to quit smoking.
- Program Director Dr. Carolyn Mazure was interviewed on WTIC-1080 radio in Hartford by Diane Smith, on the Mornings with Ray Dunaway program. Dr. Mazure spoke about trends related to women and smoking, and the gender-specific difficulties that women face when trying to quit smoking in current cessation interventions such as nicotine replacement therapy. June 30th Podcast.
- Faith Middleton invited Dr. Carolyn Mazure to talk about women’s health research on The Faith Middleton Show. WNPR scheduled the broadcast, "The latest research on women's health," on Tuesday, February 17th, 2009. The radio segment featuring Dr. Mazure is approximately 20 minutes in length (beginning at time spot 14:38 and ending at 32:47). February 17th Podcast.
- Dr. Carolyn Mazure was a radio guest on Friday, April 4th, 2008, from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on "Live with Lisa!" on the Yale Student Radio Station (WYBC-FM 94.3 and WYBC-AM 1340, website:http://wybc.com/)
- National Public Radio's MORNING EDITION program featured Drs. Paul Maciejewski, WHRY Senior Biostatistician and Holly Prigerson. A Messy Grieving Process Is Still a Healthy One is featured in JAMA February 2007. View News Article
Yale Podcasts and Netcasts featuring WHRY Affiliated Investigators are available through Yale University on iTunesU.
- "This Is Your Brain on Stress"
Dr. Amy Arnsten, June 17, 2008
- "Stress and Addiction: Breaking the Cycle"
Dr. Rajita Sinha, March 4, 2008
- "Osteoporosis and Diet"
Dr. Karl Insogna, February 5, 2007
- "Sex and Science: What Do We Really Know About Women's Health?"
Dr. Carolyn Mazure, September 30, 2006
WHRY-funded Investigator PresentationsScientific Workshop Podcasts (Click title to listen)
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- "Women and Opioid Dependence"
Speaker: Lynn E. Sullivan, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine (June 10, 2009)
- "Stroke in Women: Disparities between clinical experience and research findings"
Speaker: Louise McCullough, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience, Director of Stroke Research, University of Connecticut Health Center (April 15, 2009)
- "Stress, Depression, and Antidepressant Treatment: A Case of Neuronal Life and Death"
Speaker: Speaker: Ronald Duman, Ph.D., Professor of Psychiatry and Pharmacology, Director, Division of Molecular Psychiatry and Abraham Ribicoff Research Facilities, Yale University School of Medicine (March 11, 2009)
- "Lung cancer in women and targeted therapy"
Speaker: Seema Agarwal, Ph.D., Ph.D., Associate Research Scientist, Department of Pathology, Yale University School of Medicine (February 11, 2009)
- "Gender Specific Issues In HIV: How HIV is Gaining Ground Among Women and What Needs to be Done to Stop It"
Speaker: R. Douglas Bruce, M.D., M.A., M.Sc., Assistant Professor of Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine (January 14, 2009)