Nick talks to Dr. Shruti Naik, assistant professor of pathology & medicine at the NYU Langone. Her lab studies the interactions between immune cells, epithelial cells, and microbes in barrier tissues that interface with the environment (e.g. skin, lungs & gut). They discuss: inflammatory memory; how cells store memories of inflammation epigenetically; how skin cell regenerate and repair tissue damage; stem cell biology; cancer, and more.SUPPORT M&M:Sign up for the free weekly Mind & Matter newsletter:[https://mindandmatter.substack.com/?sort=top]Learn how you can further support the podcast: [https://mindandmatter.substack.com/p/how-to-support-mind-and-matter]Learn more about our podcast sponsor, Dosist[https://dosist.com]Support the show
Episode 8: The Importance of Financial Support in Cancer Research | A Conversation with Shruti Naik, Ph.D.
Voices for Victory
Dr. Shruti Naik leads a laboratory at New York University’s Langone Health that focuses on three major research areas: inflammation, tissue regeneration, and cancer, host-microbe interactions, and early in-life immunity. She is also a V Scholar Grant Recipient. On today’s show, host Mick McDonald talks to Dr. Naik about the importance of cutting-edge research in solving hard problems and why donating to cancer research efforts is essential in breaking new ground.
“AAI 2022: Epithelial Immunity” Featuring Dr. Shruti Naik
The Immunology Podcast
Guest: Dr. Shruti Naik is an Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences at New York University Langone Medical Center. She studies immunity in the epithelial tissues that line our body to understand how environmental stimuli collaborate with genetic factors to influence health and drive disease at these interfaces. She discusses the work she’s presenting at the American Association of Immunologists’ annual meeting, IMMUNOLOGY2022, on trained immunity and immune-epithelial crosstalk in tissue repair. Featured Products and Resources: Easy 250 EasySep Magnet for Large-Scale Immunomagnetic Separation AAI 2022 Talks Back to School: A Review of Four Fast-Moving Fields – Trained immunity Friday, May 6, 2022 | 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM | Oregon Ballroom 204 International Cytokine and Interferon Society (ICIS) Symposium: Rising Stars of Cytokine Biology – Immune-epithelial crosstalk in tissue repair Sunday, May 8, 2022 | 3:45 PM – 5:45 PM | Room B110–112 Image courtesy of Dr. Shruti Naik
Episode 78: Shruti Naik: She’s Rockin’ the Science Lab - On The Dot Woman
Four Minutes with On The Dot
Have you heard of the 48-hour rule? It’s the concept that when you receive constructive criticism or feedback, you take a couple days to absorb it as if it were true. Say your boss suggests you rework part of an already finished project. Your first reaction might involve a little stubbornness and self-pity mixed with some serious complaining to your colleagues at lunch. Instead, sit with it if you can. Time can often be the one thing that helps us see clearly, and it also ensures you put some emotional distance between the feedback and yourself. The post Shruti Naik: She’s Rockin’ the Science Lab appeared first on On The Dot Woman.