Kevin Parker, Dir of Sec Ops for AFA, joins us in-studio. Kevin spent a couple of years in Afghanistan. He discusses his experiences as a contractor in-country.
AFA @THE CORE
0:00 - 15:00: CDC only tracks a portion of breakthrough cases; even as total cases surge.18:00 - 35:00: Kevin Parker, Dir of Sec Ops for AFA, joins us in-studio. Kevin spent a couple of years in Afghanistan. He discusses his experiences as a contractor in-country. 38:00 - 54:30: The FDA has given Big Pharma 3 - 5 years to justify their already approved “vaccines”.Prophylaxis Protocol – Dr. Zelenko (vladimirzelenkomd.com)Treatment Protocol – Dr. Zelenko (vladimirzelenkomd.com)https://covid19criticalcare.com https://americasfrontlinedoctors.org/treatments/how-do-i-get-covid-19-medication/
102: Overdosing, Near-Death Experience & Coming Back Stronger with Kevin Parker
The Brendan Burns Show
I speak with addiction expert Kevin Parker about his battle with drug abuse, his near-death experience, and his journey to recovery. ► Subscribe to The Brendan Burns Show: http://bit.ly/thebrendanburnsshow Follow Brendan at: ► Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/thebrendanburnsshow ► Spotify: http://bit.ly/thebrendanburnsshowspotify ► Website: https://brendanhburns.com ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebrendanburnsshow
Tame Impala's Kevin Parker writes bad songs + Trae Young can't shhh properly | YEET CHECK
Oh hell yeah the boys are back with some more memes for the people! Cam nominates for the AFL draft, we make fun of a multi-award-winning international superstar musicians ability to make music, question Trae Young's hand eye coordination and that's before we get into all the weird nonsense. Get around our other platforms xoxo: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/YeetCheck IG: https://www.instagram.com/yeet.check TikTok: https://email@example.com
Tame Impala mastermind Kevin Parker delves into his earliest musical endeavors -- learning to play his brother's drums, writing songs on one guitar string, playing with his first band at the high school talent show -- and how his attitudes toward songwriting and creativity have evolved since then. He also talks about plans to get back into collaborating with other artists, now that social distancing has relaxed. Tame Impala will also be getting back on the road in the coming months, playing festivals including Bonnaroo and Outside Lands. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jennylsq/support
Kevin Parker of Man City Official Supporters Club on the Superleague
Ian Cheeseman was the BBC's Manchester City correspondent for nearly 25 years and has been a fan all of his life. Here he hosts his weekly podcast, forever blue, where all things Man City are discussed. For this episode, sponsored by www.charleslouis.co.uk, Kevin Parker, the General Secretary of the Official Manchester City Supporters Club reacts to the club's intention to join the European Superleague.
Why CAR T Therapies are Such a Headache with Kevin Parker
Engineered T cells that hunt and kill blood cancers have recently obtained three landmark FDA approvals, forever changing the way we treat this disease. Even with its massive clinical success, these cells come with life-threatening neurotoxicities. But is neurotoxicity a set feature of using T cell therapies or is our engineering accidentally targeting the brain? Utilizing advances in bioinformatics and the huge sequencing datasets available to science, Kevin uncovers similarities between a cell type in our brain and the cancer we target with engineered cells. Finding this needle in a haystack, Kevin creates a link between how we engineer these cells and the neurotoxicities we see, discovering a potential root cause of the problem and generating a rule for how to engineer around it.About the AuthorKevin recently received his PhD from Stanford University in the labs of Professor Howard Chang and Professor Ansuman Satpathy. These labs specialize in uncovering the molecular mechanisms of disease using advanced sequencing modalities.Bridging both biology and computer science, Kevin’s background and expertise made him uniquely suited to hunt down the culprit of CAR T cell neurotoxicity.Key TakeawaysCAR T cells are excellent at killing blood cancers but are not without side-effects -- they can cause severe neurotoxicities.The receptor engineered into CAR T cells was thought to be specific to these blood cancers, ensuring the therapies don't attack healthy tissue.Kevin looked at publically available single cell sequencing data to find a small subset of brain cells hiding in plain sight that the CAR T cells could attack. In mice, engineered “blood cancer specific” T cells attack the brain, demonstrating that neurotoxicity is an off-target effect of the therapy, not a byproduct.TranslationThe finding points to the potential need for different engineered receptors to be used to target these blood cancers.As CAR T cells expand to other cancers and malignancies, this process can be run to ensure we engineer cells that minimize the opportunity for damage to healthy tissue.First Author: Kevin ParkerPaper: Single-Cell Analyses Identify Brain Mural Cells Expressing CD19 as Potential Off-Tumor Targets for CAR-T Immunotherapies
Today I have Kevin Parker of HireVue here to chat. We’re discussing 2021 Hiring Trends, a topic we should all be up-to-date on. This is a great conversation, tune in to learn where your job is taking you in the next year.About Kevin & HireVueKevin Parker is not only Chairman & CEO at HireVue, he was a Co-Founder and Senior Operating Principal of Bridge Growth Partners. He also serves as Chairman of Salient CRGT, a Bridge Growth Partners portfolio company. Kevin is a recognized corporate leader in tech, particularly in the information solutions and software sectors.HireVue is a platform created to improve the way companies discover, hire, and develop talent. In essence, it combines video interviewing with predictive, validated IO science and artificial intelligence (AI) to make hiring…simple. We all like simple. So please check them out.
Kevin Parker Says it Took Him Being Pronounced Dead to Finally Start Living - Part B
Pain To Purpose™
This is the second installment in the remarkable two-part conversation with Kevin Parker. As a young adult Kevin dealt with major depression, anxiety, and heavy drug addiction. For almost a decade it ran rampant through his life until he was lying in a coma for a month due to an overdose. After dying three times in the hospital, being read his last rights, and waking up to a dismal reality of multi-organ failure and the potential future of being left completely brain dead and losing all four limbs, he realized he needed to make a drastic change. After 4 months of praying, fighting and never giving up he walked out that hospital with just one missing leg and a new found purpose and appreciation for life. Hear Kevin tell Rebekah his ultimate comeback story, and everything he’s doing to help others go from addiction to true redemption.
Kevin Parker Says it Took Him Being Pronounced Dead to Finally Start Living - Part A
Pain To Purpose™
As a young adult Kevin dealt with major depression, anxiety, and heavy drug addiction. For almost a decade it ran rampant through his life until he was lying in a coma for a month due to an overdose. After dying three times in the hospital, being read his last rights, and waking up to a dismal reality of multi-organ failure and the potential future of being left completely brain dead and losing all four limbs, he realized he needed to make a drastic change. After 4 months of praying, fighting and never giving up he walked out that hospital with just one missing leg and a new found purpose and appreciation for life. Hear Kevin tell Rebekah his ultimate comeback story, and everything he’s doing to help others go from addiction to true redemption.