In episode five of Away from the pitch, we speak with Tarrawanna stalwart Matt Naylor. The seasoned defender discusses his early career with the Blueys before moving the Balls Paddock under then Bulli coach Adrian Alston Naylor talks about his time playing in England as well as being a part of five unsuccessful grand final tilts.
Associate Professor Matt Naylor - Improving Identification of Aggressive versus Slow Growing Prostate Cancer
The Oncology Podcast
In this week's episode Rachael Babin from Oncology News Australia talks with Associate Professor Matt Naylor about his research on identifying aggressive prostate cancer and his role as a Research Integrity Advisor at Sydney University.Matt and his team have shown that levels of the gene CBFβ are increased during prostate cancer and when they stop the gene from working, tumour growth and spread is dramatically reduced. In his latest project, Matt's team will investigate exactly how CBFβ functions and determine if levels of the gene can be used as a marker to predict if a patient will have an aggressive or slow growing form of prostate cancer.Rachael Babin is the Editor-in-Chief of The Oncology Newsletter and Publisher of www.oncologynews.com.au. The Oncology Newsletter is a weekly publication for healthcare professionals with an interest in oncology, featuring the latest news, views and reviews. Click here to subscribe. We hope you enjoy this podcast - thank you for listening.
Show 7 - Segment 4 Dr. Matt Naylor from the National World War I Museum and Memorial
Tragically, it wasn't the "War To End All Wars" but the World War I reshaped the world, especially the United States.Dr. Matt Naylor, president of the The National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, MO, explains why that conflict is still important to us all today.
The National Defense welcomes Dr. Matt Naylor to the program to discuss the World War One Museum in Kansas City and it's programs, including special Memorial Day weekend ceremonies. Randy talks with Matt about this incredible, world-class, facility and just some of the never before seen artifacts that are being displayed for the first time. Check out the World War I Museum website for more information.