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23 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Michael Rose. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Michael Rose, often where they are interviewed.

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23 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Michael Rose. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Michael Rose, often where they are interviewed.

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Tea And Tonic
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Theatre producer Michael Rose chats about his career over a gin and tonic and why film producer Barbara Broccoli OBE has been such an influence.


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Jun 22 2020

55mins

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Ep27: Top 5 Albums of 2000 w/ Bianca Rumbaugh & Michael Rose

All the Things w/ Joelone
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The year 2000! That was a whole 20 years ago, which is insanity! 2000 was a peak year for music in my life, it was a key year to developing my tastes and there were some really profound records that came out that year. 

I brought in my friends Bianca & Michael to talk about the year that was in music of 2000, and to count down our top 5 records that were released in that year. The lists are definitely pretty rangy, just like music was in general back then, and it was a fun countdown.

From Outkast to Deftones, White Stripes to Nsync, Common to Craig David - lots of great choices, lots of nostalgia and a fun trip down memory lane. If you were a music fan around back then, or if you are a youngster looking for some cool recommendations from 20 years ago, definitely check out this episode!

Jun 09 2020

1hr 23mins

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June 8 Seg 9 Former Nebraska Football Player Michael Rose - Ivey

Severe and Benning
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June 8 Seg 9 Former Nebraska Football Player Michael Rose-Ivey

Jun 08 2020

22mins

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Starting a Salesforce Podcast with Michael Rose

The Salesforce Admins Podcast
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This week on the Salesforce Admins Podcast, we’re joined by Michael Rose, Director of Solution Engineering at Salesforce and host of the Aftershow, a podcast about technology. We learn the ins and outs of podcasting with two pros who have been there and seen everything. Join us as we talk about how to figure out […]

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Mar 19 2020

50mins

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Take Action podcast episode #5 with Monte and Yura. Studio guest Michael Rose

Take Action Podcast with Monte and Yura
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In episode five of our Take Action Podcast, our studio guest Michael Rose is talking about accepting yourself, his emotional state and the road it took to turn a corner to take action to be in a better place. Michael also shares his experience about overcoming obstacles, obtaining his yoga instructor license, and training for triathlons and the Iron Man challenge in the future.

Music from https://filmmusic.io

"District Four" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)

License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

Oct 28 2019

41mins

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100% Adoption. 35% Mortality Reduction. $7,000,000 / Year. | A Talk with Michael Rose & Kate Hilton

The Center for Medical Simulation Presents: DJ Simulationistas... 'Sup?
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100% of OR Teams using a checklist and conducting debriefs. Mortality rates dropped by 35%. An economic return of 80,000 hours annually due to a reduction of time spent on each surgical case, equaling $4,000,000 saved. Another $3,000,000 earned per year via increased through-put. But perhaps most importantly, an estimated additional 500 lives saved per year across the state.

Today we're talking with Dr. Michael Rose of McLeod Health in Florence, South Carolina, and Kate Hilton, the lead faculty for the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI)'s Leadership and Organizing for Change virtual program, about how these changes were made possible.

Enjoy!

Sep 26 2019

45mins

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Is Paleo Diet the best diet from Middle-Age onwards, and what is Evolutionary Biology - Michael Rose

Anti Aging Hacks
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On this episode I discuss:

1. What is evolutionary biology and what is it's view of Aging

2. An evolutionary biologist's view of a healthier and longer life

3. Is the Paleo diet the best for us as we age, and when does the Agricultural diet serve us best?

We discuss adaptations of agricultural diet from Western Europe, to Africa and Middle East/Asia. We discuss how those adaptations serve us very well when we are young, and how after middle age Paleo diet might be the better diet for us.

My guest today is Michael Rose, Distinguished Professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the university of Irvine. He has a fascinating way of approaching aging and we get to discuss some of his experiments. I am glad to have him on the show today.

Michael's information:

https://55theses.org/

Michael Rose's Google Scholar page: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=NCQ3E5sAAAAJ&hl=en

Faculty profile page: https://www.faculty.uci.edu/profile.cfm?faculty_id=5261

Jun 09 2019

42mins

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#057 - Is the Paleo Diet Good or Bad for Aging? - Professor Michael Rose

humanOS Radio
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Why do we age? The fundamental causes of aging at the molecular level are relatively well established. But the question of why aging happens in the first place is a more challenging one, one which has bedeviled evolutionary biologists and philosophers for years.

You might think, intuitively, that the process of natural selection would gradually eliminate senescence. Aging increases mortality, and organisms that experience impaired function and ultimately die would not be able to produce as many offspring as one that was able to live (and to reproduce) indefinitely, or at least for a much longer timespan. So, you would assume that this would result in selection for organisms that live much longer, generate more offspring, and ultimately the causes of age-related deterioration would fade from the genome. Yet aging is very commonly observed. Why is that?

Natural selection is strongest in early life. This makes sense - the natural environment is full of predators, disease, and other perils that often kill organisms when they are young and vulnerable. Consequently, genes and pathways that enhance survival and reproduction in early life are likely to be favored - even if they come at the cost of problems later in life, when selection is comparatively weak. But is aging inevitable? Can it be slowed, or postponed, or stopped altogether?

In this installment of humanOS, Dan talks with Michael Rose. Dr. Rose is a Distinguished Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at UC Irvine. He is a prolific biologist whose research into the evolution of aging has effectively transformed that field. Rose’s laboratory has been testing the theory of antagonistic pleiotropy for nearly forty years, through artificial selection experiments in fruit flies.

In what was perhaps his most famous experiment, Rose allowed flies to only reproduce successfully if they laid their eggs late in life. He discarded the eggs of any flies that laid eggs before they reached fifty years of age. Over a few generations, this population of flies evolved longer lifespans. Why might this be? Remember that natural selection is strongest early in life, and becomes weak later on. In theory, if adults reproduce when they are older, natural selection is apt to favor genes that enhance resilience (and reproduction) later into the lifespan.

Dr. Rose's research into aging has also drawn him to some interesting (and possibly controversial) notions about evolutionary changes in the human diet, and how our age may influence how adapted we are to modern agricultural foods. To learn what that means, and its potential implications, check out the interview!

Apr 25 2019

45mins

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Episode 23 - What's Love Got To Do With It, eh, Michael Rose?

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The Bros dial up Canada from the Basement to converse with precious bro and Author, Michael Rose to discuss his journey and gain insights from his book, Becoming Love!

Mar 20 2019

37mins

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Water Street Press Publisher Lynn Vannucci…Authors Sally Eckhoff & Michael Rose

READ MY LIPS with host akaRadioRed
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We welcome three special guests:

Lynn Vannucci is the Publisher and Executive Editor at Water Street Press, an independent, highly selective publisher not owned by a parent company or conglomerate. Lynn has been a part of the publishing industry since 1986 when her first novel, Coyote, was published by Bantam New Fiction. Lynn has since written a weekly newspaper column, non-fiction articles for various publications including the San Francisco Chronicle, romance fiction (under a pen name), and been included in an anthology of Italian-American women writers, The Voices We Carry (Guernica Press). 

Sally Eckhoff, a painter and former critic for the Village Voice, was asked in 2008 why there were no first-person stories of artists in the book world. So she wrote one. F*ck Art (Let’s Dance), five years in the making, is a memoir of a decade of painting in the East Village of New York, from the Summer of Sam to the Tompkins Square Park riots. The book has been termed “priceless,” with “a firecracker intelligence…” There’s also a coloring-book version that brings downtown memories to life with vivid ink drawings of diners, bars, and local celebrities.

Michael Rose believes in the power of the documentary and non-fiction writing and the increasingly important role that independent filmmakers and authors play in our culture. Elvis Presley: A Moment in Time – 4 Days in '56 came about as part of a documentary he was producing about the untold story of Elvis’s early years. He uncovered a cache of never before seen photos that gave more insight into Elvis's evolution. Michael wrote a limited edition photo-driven book that sold out nd is now available as a digital book.

Mar 11 2019

1hr 30mins

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