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37 of The Best Podcast Episodes for John Morris. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about John Morris, often where they are interviewed.

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37 of The Best Podcast Episodes for John Morris. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about John Morris, often where they are interviewed.

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MG Backs John Morris As The Cronulla Sharks Coach, All The Latest From The NRL Player Movement Market, Plus Sharks Legend Mat Rogers Joins The Show!

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 1. Welcome To Rush Hour With MG & Liam! 2. “Trending Now” – Trouble In The Shire! 3. Player Movement Madness! 4. SUPERFIGHT Boxing Giveway! 5. Sharks Legend Mat Rogers Joins The Show! 6. Has MG Been Paying Attention?

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        Nov 23 2020 · 27mins
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        577: A Remarkable Researcher Progressing towards Understanding and Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease - Dr. John Morris

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        Dr. John Morris is the Harvey A. and Dorismae Hacker Friedman Distinguished Professor of Neurology, Professor of Pathology and Immunology, Professor of Physical Therapy, and Professor of Occupational Therapy at Washington University in St. Louis. He also is the Director and Principal Investigator of the Charles F. and Joanne Knight Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, as well as the Memory and Aging Project. Much of Dr. Morris’s research has been focused on understanding the process of the development of Alzheimer’s disease compared to the process of normal brain aging. One of his major goals is to understand the causes of Alzheimer’s disease so that we can develop therapies to treat and prevent this disease. When he isn’t working, Dr. Morris enjoys spending time with family, reading a wide variety of books, and cycling on some of the fantastic bike paths in the St. Louis area. Dr. Morris received his MD from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry and completed his Residency in Internal Medicine at Akron General Medical Center and his Chief Residency in Neurology and Residency in Neuropathology at the Cleveland Metropolitan General Hospital. He then spent some time in private practice and later as an emergency room physician. Dr. Morris first came to Washington University for a postdoctoral fellowship and joined the faculty soon after. Dr. Morris has received many awards and honors during his career, including the Distinguished Achievement Citation from Ohio Wesleyan University where he completed his undergraduate education, the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Alzheimer’s Association, the Potamkin Prize for Research in Pick’s Alzheimer’s, and Related Disease from the American Academy of Neurology, the Carl and Gerti Cori Faculty Achievement Award from Washington University, the Peter Raven Lifetime Achievement Award from the Academy of Science St. Louis, and the Washington University School of Medicine Second Century award. In this interview, he shares stories about his life and science.

        Nov 02 2020 · 35mins

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        John Morris with The Lighthouse Fund

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        I’m talking with John Morris, director of The Lighthouse Fund, a committed capital, early stage fund that utilizes its sources to help teams achieve great outcome. We discuss the history of Tech2020, successful exists, and the joy of recreational vehicles (AKA RVs). John is reading the novels of Scott Pratt and watching You, Me & the RV

        Oct 29 2020 · 33mins
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        John Morris on the move

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        John Morris has deep perspective on Canadian curling. Morrises have been making waves at Briers since the 1930s. Gold in 2010 in Vancouver, Gold again in 2018 at Pyeongchang, he has played with all the Canadian greats. For Morris, it’s about staying motivated. That’s partly why he needs new teammates- if he can’t face new challenges, solve new puzzles, he just can’t compete with maximum intensity.
        And that intensity question will make things interesting now that Morris has signed on with Skip Kevin Koe. How will the easygoing team leader, and the ultra intense second get along? Morris says his broom-snapping days are behind him now, but there’s no denying, he remains one of the most focussed and competitive athletes on the ice. You need a mix of personalities to keep a team balanced, is how he puts it. With the Oympic trials starting to nudge onto the horizon, you can be sure Morris is already plotting his shots. Given the depth of talent in the Canadian game now- he’s quick to admit, Olympic curling is almost a relief compared to the effort involved in rising to the top of domestic competition.
        Aug 25 2020 · 40mins

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        EP. 11 John Morris

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        John Morris, The designer of The Reebok Shaqnosis pulled up and spoke about:
        The developmental history, and impact and of The Shaqnosis
        The history into Shawn Kemp's Kamikaze and more!
        Aug 21 2020 · 35mins
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        Ep. 21 - From Bellmore to the Big Leagues with John Morris

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        In this episode we are joined by former big leaguer and current Special Assistant to the GM for the Cincinnati Reds, Mr. John Morris. We’ll talk about what it was like growing up on Long Island and watching the Miracle Mets play, and discuss a few special moments from his 12 seasons playing professional baseball. We cover everything from playing in the Cape Cod League, being drafted, facing Nolan Ryan, playing in the World Series and everything in between.
        Jul 23 2020 · 38mins
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        Oft Made to Wonder (John Morris)

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        This is the final of eight lessons from the 2019 meeting in Vandalia, IN. Is there a difference between being tempted and being tested?

        Jul 08 2020 · 45mins
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        John Morris (The Voice of the Baylor Bears) Interview

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        Today on The Bluebloods, we have John Morris on to talk Baylor Bears football, Dave Aranda, broadcasting, and so much more.

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        Jun 22 2020 · 25mins
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        55KRC Wednesday Show - John Morris, Congressman Massie, Judge Napolitano

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        Jun 10 2020 · 2hr 15mins
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        STMAYD #001 | "He would kiss my wife on the lips!" (Guest - John Morris Ross IV)

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        Welcome to the first episode of "So, Tell Me About Your Dad" (STMAYD)! In this maiden episode, STMAYD's host and creator, comedian John Morris Ross IV, hands off the hosting duties to longtime friend Bryan Finnigan.

        Ross discusses what it was like to have his mostly absent heroin-addicted father (John Morris Ross III), pop in-and-out of his life, his father's battle with dementia and how the two of them reconnected in his last year of life. 

        On a way less heavier note, Ross IV also reveals his father's tendencies to drop off over-sized stuffed animals for the grandkids, kiss his daughter-in-law on the lips and make comments about his nurse's ass.

        Yeah, so, enjoy.     

        May 19 2020 · 40mins
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