Ep10: Whose Health Is It Anyway? Guest: Podcast Host Elizabeth Mills
Gallantski and Friends
On this episode Joe sits down with Podcast host Elizabeth Mills.They discuss Liz's health struggles that led to her starting her own health based podcast Whose Health Is It Anyway? The children's book she wrote and the power to turn something life altering into something in to a driving force for positivity. https://whoshealthisitanyway.podbean.comhttps://www.facebook.com/Whose-Health-Is-It-Anyway-With-Elizabeth-Mills-122717289123405/Artwork: The Great GeraldoMusic: Mikey Bingo Beats Episode is sponsored by www.coolfindsandcollectables.com
Join Ellen and special guest, marine biologist Elizabeth Mills, for a review of the often-overlooked ride-or-die friends of the sea, barnacles! Topics include (but are not limited to): barnacle reproductive anatomy, whale armor, zombie crab mechs, and whether or not geese are fruit.
Oh, we do like to be beside the seaside. In this episode, Tom speaks with Elizabeth Mills of Marine Mumbles about her passion for rockpooling, and the animals that can be found at the shore. We discuss an incredible range of creatures, from seaside favourites like crabs and barnacles, to the less familiar...
Episode 8: Elizabeth Mills - Nature journaling on the rocky shore
Journaling With Nature
Elizabeth Mills is a marine biologist, science communicator and creator of the amazing YouTube channel Marine Mumbles. She is passionate about marine life and the wonders that can be found in the ocean. In our conversation she shares many stories of bizarre and beautiful creatures that she has encountered through her work and study. Listen to hear more about:Why there are so many bizarre creatures in marine environments.How Elizabeth uses nature journaling to understand marine life.World records held by limpets and barnacles.How Elizabeth uses science communication skills in her work.Ocean optimism and how it can help us protect nature.Find Elizabeth’s work on her website marinemumbles.com, YouTube channel Marine Mumbles and on Instagram and Twitter. Thanks for listening!www.journalingwithnature.com
How to Protect Your Cognitive Vitality with Elizabeth Mills Ph.D.
Boomer Living Senior Living Broadcast
Please welcome Elizabeth Mills, PhD, a member of the ADDF's Aging and Alzheimer's Prevention program. She critically evaluates the scientific evidence regarding prospective therapies to promote brain health and/or prevent Alzheimer's disease, and contributes to CognitiveVitality.org.Dr. Mills came to the ADDF from the University of Michigan, where she served as the grant writing manager for a clinical laboratory specializing in neuroautoimmune diseases. She also completed a Postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Michigan, where she worked to uncover genes that could promote retina regeneration. She earned her doctorate in neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where she studied the role of glial cells in the optic nerve, and their contribution to neurodegeneration in glaucoma. She obtained her bachelor's degree in biology from the College of the Holy Cross. Dr. Mills has a strong passion for community outreach, and has served as program presenter with the Michigan Great Lakes Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association to promote dementia awareness.Elizabeth's Links:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/betsymi/Cognitive Vitality: https://www.alzdiscovery.org/cognitive-vitality
Elizabeth Mills, Assistant Principal of West Wilson Middle School
Southworth Growth Podcast
Elizabeth Mills, Assistant Principal of West Wilson Middle School in Mt. Juliet, TN discusses how to use failure as an opportunity to advance, the importance of mentors such as Next Generation Leaders, authors that inspire her and how to use positive intentions as a leader. What School Could Be by Ted Dintersmith Most Likely to Succeed by Tony Wagner Mindset by Carol Dweck Daring to Lead by Brene Brown Hillbilly Elegy by J.D. Vance Educated by Tara Westover The Smartest Kids in the World by Amanda Ripley