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Robert Gallo

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Webinar med Robert Gallo

Vetenskapsforum covid-19

2021-01-26 / Dr. Robert Gallo is an experienced scientist who has made groundbreaking discoveries since the Nixon era. Robert Gallo began his career by fighting the established orthodoxy to prove that retroviruses exist in humans, and he was the first to identify a human retrovirus – human T cell leukemia virus, the only virus known to cause leukemia. This paved the way to his most notorious accomplishment: the discovery that HIV was the cause of AIDS, and the further development of HIV blood test. Gallo, who is the director of the Institute of Human Virology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, continues to search for answers to the mysteries that have vexed him for decades – he now oversees several ongoing studies, including a promising HIV vaccine trial in humans.Dr. Robert Gallo was joined by three panelists: Prof, Anders Vahlne, Prof. Jan Lötvall and Assoc. Prof Peter Horal.Vill du stötta vårt arbete? Du kan bli medlem i Vetenskapsforum Covid-19 här: vetcov19.se/bli-medlem/Du kan även donera till vårt arbete: vetcov19.se/donera/

1hr 30mins

27 Jan 2021

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Dr. Robert Gallo on Vaccines, Plus the Democrats' Campaign Strategy | Useful Idiots

Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

Leading biomedical researcher Dr. Robert Gallo shares his thoughts on the various theories for potential covid-19 vaccines. Matt and Katie caution against overconfidence by the left heading into the presidential election. Katie decries a 'Sharkaganda' story from Australia Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 53mins

31 Jul 2020

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KNX In Depth: Will this time be different, can the death of George Floyd finally spark institutional changes? -- The scenes from the Floyd memorial in Minneapolis & a barricaded White House in D.C. -- Dr. Robert Gallo is back

KNX In Depth

What happened to George Floyd has unfortunately been happening to black men pretty much since the founding of the United States.  Things were supposed to change after the civil rights movement of the 1960's, but they didn't.  Again we expected things to change after the beating of Rodney King and the resulting L.A. riots.......and again, nothing fundamentally changed.The deaths of Michael Brown, Philando Castile, Trayvon Martin, Tamir Rice and so many more black men within just the past few years were all supposed to bring about changes......and they didn't.  So this time, in the aftermath of the killing of George Floyd, can institutional racism be changed in this country.......can this time be different? We'll check in on Minneapolis where friends and family have been honoring George Floyd in a very emotional memorial service.  And we'll head to Washington D.C. where the White House has been turned into a fortress of sorts with layers of fencing and security.And the last time we checked in on Dr. Robert Gallo, one of the pioneers of HIV-AIDS research in the 1980's, he was hard at work trying to develop a coronavirus vaccine based on an old polio drug.  Dr. Gallo is back with us to give an update and talk about the challenges of manufacturing and distributing a vaccine to hundreds of millions of people.See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices


4 Jun 2020

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Amanpour: Paul Krugman, Dr Robert Gallo, Caroline Criado Perez & Dr Sharon Moalem


Christiane Amanpour is joined by Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman to discuss how he thinks the global economy will fare as some countries begin to ease their lockdown measures. Walter Isaacson talks to Dr Robert Gallo, a world-renowned virologist who helped discover the HIV virus. He's now leading an initiative to repurpose the oral polio vaccine which he believes could provide some months of immunity. And Christiane speaks to Caroline Criado Perez, author of "Invisible Women" and Dr Sharon Moalem, author of "The Better Half" about why early statistics suggest that the coronavirus is killing more men than women.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy


14 Apr 2020

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Robert Gallo: «Non è scontato che il nuovo coronavirus si diffonderà anche al Sud»

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«L’epidemia in corso in Italia non è esattamente come quella che si è verificata in Cina. E non credo sia scontato che il nuovo coronavirus si diffonderà in maniera sostenuta anche al Sud perché, mappamondo alla mano, stiamo notando una diffusione da Est a Ovest e viceversa, piuttosto che da Nord a Sud. Se guardiamo appunto il globo, vediamo che il virus, ad esempio, non si è diffuso in Russia, come nemmeno in Africa. Non sappiamo ancora perché, forse è un fattore legato alle temperature, forse no. Ma è un elemento che ha senso tenere in considerazione».  Lo ha detto in un’intervista all’Adnkronos Salute Robert Gallo, fra gli scopritori, negli anni ’80, del virus dell’Aids e del primo test per diagnosticare l’Hiv, oggi direttore dell’Institute of Human Virology presso la University of Maryland (Usa).


11 Mar 2020

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Super viruses, fungi and the work of Dr. Robert Gallo

Chico and The Grin Podcast

In this episode of CATG,we discuss the latest super viruses sweeping across the globe. The recent photo of and actual black hole and the work of the late Dr. Robert Gallo. All this and more on the latest episode of Chico and The Grin. Be sure to keep up with us on our social media as well! Presented by Chico aka Stephen Gomez and The Grin aka John Smalls If you want to find Stephen's photography work you can check http://www.sgomezphoto.com For a glimpse at the illustrative and visual art work of J. Smalls visit http://www.johnsmalls.com Email us with comments or questions ChicoandTheGrin@gmail.com Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thechicoandthegrinpodcast/ Connect with us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chicoandthegrin/ Tweet us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/chicoandthegrin

1hr 11mins

15 Apr 2019

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Thought Leader Series - Episode 006 - Robert Gallo

ASCI Lounge: Talking Supply Chain

In this episode of apicsAU’s Thought Leader series, Robert Gallo, skills adviser for the Industry Skills Fund, explains the process involved in accessing training funding and offers tips for successful submissions.


22 Aug 2016