Developing a Universal Influenza Vaccine with Joseph Hernandez Blue Water Vaccines
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Joseph Hernandez, Founder and CEO, Blue Water Vaccines identifies the underlying discover about the nature of the influenza virus which is driving the development of a novel universal flu vaccine that would be administered once for lifelong immunization. The economic and health implications of this vaccine include overcoming challenges of manufacturing, storage, allocation, shipping and administering the yearly flu vaccine, all issues highlighted by the recent efforts to roll out the COVID-19 vaccine. #BlueWaterVaccines #universalfluvaccine #influenza #flu #COVID19 BlueWaterVaccines.com Download the transcript here
QUEERONA Ep. 8 : Anthony Joseph Hernandez aka Sh'moan Jackson
Welcome to series one of "Queerona" where three gay friends: each creatives, professors and pop-culture geeks sit down with a creative from the global LGTBQ adjacent community to discuss what ever they like during the Pandemic. In addition to being a NYC based drag performer, Anthony aka Sh'moan Jackson is a stylist for fashion magazines, celebrities and Rupaul's Drag Race queens. Series One was recorded from March to May 15th 2020.
Our resident wrestling expert, Joseph Hernandez, joins us this week to discuss The Rundown, a WWE-produced film starring The Rock (19:22). We discuss The Rock’s wrestling and acting history, the movie’s wild action stunts and our favorite Walken quotes. Other topics include HeroScape, Joseph’s new bike and Jacob’s first week in KC. Thanks to Jonathan Ochocki for our logo and to Randy Gindler and Ian Teoh for our music. New episodes post every Monday.
Keep on looking up! The king of good vibes, Joseph Hernandez, joins us to discuss a biking accident, coronavirus and The Invisible Man (45:25). Other topics include stand-up comedy, weird parties and Disney’s future. Thanks to Jonathan Ochocki for our logo and to Randy Gindler and Ian Teoh for our music. New episodes post every Monday.
Episode 106: Janet McCracken & Joseph Hernandez: Adapting to Changing Media Landscapes
Join cohost Vallery for a conversation with Janet McCracken and Joseph Hernandez. We discuss how to balance our time and energy as freelancers, while still working on larger projects that are important to us. Over the past 20 years, Janet McCracken has served as an editor, recipe developer, and recipe tester at a variety of publications, including the Los Angeles Times, Bon Appetit, and Rachael Ray Every Day. She believes in the zen of pie-making, that ice cream is the perfect food, and that sharing a meal with family and friends is the finest way to spend any part of the day. She splits her time between NYC and Connecticut. Joseph Hernandez is an award-winning freelance editor and writer. He previously served as the deputy editor of food and dining at the Chicago Tribune, senior travel editor at Thrillist, and most recently as senior editor at SevenFifty Daily, overseeing coverage of the wine and spirits industries. A proud Chicagoan, he resides in Brooklyn home with his husband and hedgehog.Why Food? is powered by Simplecast.
Ep. 91: P.E. (ft. Ben Black, Joseph Hernandez, Jake Mosher and Tyler Bickmeyer)
Add the first version of Ep. 91 to the pile of lost episodes. You’ll never hear Jacob Douglas take The Rock to task for his acting skills. But on this superior version of Ep. 91, hear the boys reminisce on P.E. class and all the fights, grossness and tests of strength that came with it. Thanks to Jonathan Ochocki for our logo and to Randy Gindler and Ian Teoh for our music. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @KidsCollegeShow. New episodes post every Monday.
Live at The Hungry Brain with Esmeralda Leon, Joseph Hernandez, Bobby Budds
You, Me, Them, Everybody
Live at The Hungry Brain with Esmeralda Leon, Joseph Hernandez, Bobby Budds Esmeralda Leon for co-host Joseph Hernandez for Chicago Tribune Food & Dining Deputy Editor Bobby Budds for laughs The Hungry Brain for venue Chicago, Il for city
Ep. 86: We Are Venom (ft. Bryce Cross, Joseph Hernandez and Sam Kingma)
Well, Venom certainly was a movie. Is it bad? Yeah. Did we like it? That’s a complicated question. Hear all about the slimy monster film (6:15) on this week’s episode. Spoilers go from 15:40 to 56:15. Thanks to Jonathan Ochocki for our logo and to Randy Gindler and Ian Teoh for our music. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @KidsCollegeShow. New episodes post every Monday.