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God's Three Dead Lines - Dr. J Harold Smith

Fire Shut Up In My Bones

1hr 19mins

22 Apr 2020

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9. Coronavirus & Cannabis | Harold Smith, PhD

Steve’s Cannabis Show

Harold Smith, PhD is a cell and molecular biologist and full professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics at the University of Rochester, School of Medicine and Dentistry. Dr. Smith is the founder and CEO of Oyagen, a Rochester-based biotech company that recently announced their discovery of OYA-1, a promising new antiviral treatment to COVID-19. We discuss the promising role that Cannabis could play in the management and treatment COVID-19. Resource:  https://www.projectcbd.org/medicine/cannabis-cbd-covid-19 ** Inquiries: Harold_Smith@urmc.rochester.edu

52mins

2 Apr 2020

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Harold Smith: Enduring in God’s Faithfulness

Stories of Sacred Endurance

Harold Smith joined Christianity Today in 1984 and served as the president of the magazine from 2007 - 2019. He serves on boards and is grateful to have taught an adult Sunday school class. He is a faithful member of College Church in Wheaton, Illinois and has been married for almost 46 years. Harold shares with us how God’s faithfulness has changed and shaped his life and encourages us to endure in failings and trials.

30mins

3 Mar 2020

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JGP – 84 – Dr. J. Harold Smith – Old Fashioned Sin

Just Good Preachin' Podcast

Dr. J. Harold Smith – Old Fashioned Sin The post JGP – 84 – Dr. J. Harold Smith – Old Fashioned Sin appeared first on RonnieBrown.net.

26 Aug 2019

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Rev. Harold Smith | Hope For The Hopeless

University Heights Baptist Church

Rev. Harold Smith brings the message from Isaiah and the Gospel of John about Jesus bringing hope.

25mins

20 Jul 2019

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The honorable Dr. Harold Smith from Canna Metrix

Hempthletic Podcast

Dr. Harold Smith joins the podcast for a very scientific episode. Dr. Smith talks about his experience in research of diabetes and HIV, skiing, CB receptors in the body as well as a very personal story about CBD. He is a graduate of Purdue University and the University of Rochester. He took a faculty position at the University of Rochester in 1986. Dr. Smith is one of the leaders in the field of gene editing.   Dr Smith is a professor with the University of Rochester and owns two side projects including Canna Metrix, ensuring quality control through cell based testing. 

1hr 23mins

14 Jun 2019

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Dr. Harold Smith, PhD

Roc NORML Radio

So what exactly happens inside your body when you consume Cannabis? Dr. Smith outlines the powerful role of the Endocannabinoid System in modulating human health, and discusses the future of Cannabis research and testing. Harold C. Smith, Ph.D. is a cell and molecular biologist and full professor in theDepartment of Biochemistry and Biophysics at the University of Rochester,School of Medicine and Dentistry. He is a member of the Center for AIDSResearch and RNA Biology Center. He obtained his MS and Ph.D. in Cell andMolecular Biology from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1980 and1982. He conducted postdoctoral fellowships in RNA biology at Baylor College of Medicine before assuming a faculty position with the University of Rochester in 1986. He is a key opinion leader in RNA biology and directs a federally and foundation funded research laboratoryfrom which over 141 peer-reviewed publications have emerged on biologicalcontrol mechanisms affecting diseases such as cancer, elevated cholesterol,obesity-induced Type II diabetes and HIV/AIDS. In 2003, Dr. Smith foundedOyaGen, Inc, an Upstate NY biotech company based on ground breakingresearch that revealed mechanisms within our innate ability overcome aninfection by HIV-1 and also a first in class treatment of Ebola. To date, Dr. Smithhas raised $15M in NIH and foundation funding for his academic and biotechresearch and $6.5M in Angel investment. In 2016 Dr. Smith foundedCannametrix, LLC for the development of methods to enhance cannabis testingwith cell-based testing standards that better inform patients and physicians ofpotency and dose.

50mins

21 May 2019

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A Moment in Time: The Cooperative Threat Reduction Program and the End of the Cold War with Harold Smith - Conversations with History

Global Insights (Audio)

Conversations host Harry Kreisler welcomes Harold Smith, Distinguished Scholar at the IGS at Berkeley. Reflecting on his odyssey from university professor to Washington where he served as defense consultant and assistant Secretary of Defense 1993-1998), Smith explains the what, how and why of the implementation of the Nunn Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction (CTR) Program. He concludes with reflections on lessons learned and advice to students preparing for a future in defense and foreign policy careers. Series: "Conversations with History" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 32520]

55mins

10 Jul 2017

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A Moment in Time: The Cooperative Threat Reduction Program and the End of the Cold War with Harold Smith - Conversations with History

Conversations with History (Audio)

Conversations host Harry Kreisler welcomes Harold Smith, Distinguished Scholar at the IGS at Berkeley. Reflecting on his odyssey from university professor to Washington where he served as defense consultant and assistant Secretary of Defense 1993-1998), Smith explains the what, how and why of the implementation of the Nunn Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction (CTR) Program. He concludes with reflections on lessons learned and advice to students preparing for a future in defense and foreign policy careers. Series: "Conversations with History" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 32520]

55mins

10 Jul 2017

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A Moment in Time: The Cooperative Threat Reduction Program and the End of the Cold War with Harold Smith - Conversations with History

Global Insights (Video)

Conversations host Harry Kreisler welcomes Harold Smith, Distinguished Scholar at the IGS at Berkeley. Reflecting on his odyssey from university professor to Washington where he served as defense consultant and assistant Secretary of Defense 1993-1998), Smith explains the what, how and why of the implementation of the Nunn Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction (CTR) Program. He concludes with reflections on lessons learned and advice to students preparing for a future in defense and foreign policy careers. Series: "Conversations with History" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 32520]

55mins

10 Jul 2017

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