Dr. Elizabeth Johnson Million shares EVERYTHING veterinary students need to know about the NAVLE in this must-hear episodeDr. Million grew up in the mountains of east Tennessee. She was very active in the Tennessee State 4-H Horse Project and was almost always on the back of a horse. After graduating from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Million worked at a busy small animal practice outside Houston, Texas before jumping back into the academic world and serving in a unique role as the first Assistant Dean of Student Success at Lincoln Memorial University CVM where she coordinated all NAVLE-related initiatives for the program. Dr. Million also practices in-home veterinary hospice and end-of-life care and enjoys staying involved with the Veterinary Leadership Initiative (VLI).Dr. Million, her husband A.J., and daughter Annabeth live in Atlanta. They enjoy traveling, hosting crawfish boils, and spending time outdoors with their Labradors, Daisy and Jolene.
Elizabeth Johnson of Jesse’s House & Bill Whitney of The Connection Forsyth
Forsyth Business Radio
Bill Whitney| Business Development & Community Relations| The Connection Forsyth The Connection Forsyth is a 501(c) 3 with a mission to connect people. Being connected to others, having a purpose and feeling values are critical for people in recovery. The Connection is a safe place for people to gather, meet and have fun. They offer […]The post Elizabeth Johnson of Jesse’s House & Bill Whitney of The Connection Forsyth appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
When Baby Gabriel disappeared more than 11 years ago, his young mom, Elizabeth Johnson, became a household name. Elizabeth took Gabriel, then 8 months old, to San Antonio in violation of a custody agreement with his father, Logan McQueary. She told McQueary that she smothered the baby, but changed her story, claimed she gave him to a couple she met in a San Antonio Park.
🧠 Building Better Businesses with Neuroscience | Featuring: Dr. Elizabeth Johnson (Zab) | MindSet Episode #50
HCD Research's MindSet has hit a new milestone! 50 Episodes of curious conversations have been out there for you to listen to - what a journey it has been for HCD Research and our two wonderful hosts Michelle and Kathryn. Also, a special shout out to all of our guests as you make this content even better and a huge thank you to all of our valued listeners! In this episode, we have a wonderful guest, Dr. Elizabeth Johnson or better known as Zab. Dr. Johnson and Kathryn speak on how the field of applied neuroscience can be used in just about every factor of life but also how most people don't even know what, why or how their own brain works! Elizabeth (Zab) Johnson is the executive director and senior fellow of the Wharton Neuroscience Initiative. Her research focuses on vision and visual behavior. Her work spans physiological approaches in the retina and early visual cortex to using eye tracking to investigate how human observers look and navigate through the world, how these processes unfold over time and with experience, and the role of social cognition and decision making in these processes. As an expert on color vision, she collaborated with Lenovo to develop computer and tablet screens with features that provide a more personalized color experience and has worked with US military special operations forces and the FBI to improve their visual training and assessments. Before joining Wharton, Zab was a research professor of neurobiology at Duke University's School of Medicine, where she also launched the Duke Institute of Brain Sciences. She received her PhD in neural science at New York University and an AB in psychobiology from Mount Holyoke College. She is passionate about how neuroscience can impact and improve many aspects of how we make choices, lead organizations, and live our lives. Her research and practice strive to push applications of neuroscience outside of the traditional laboratory, in order to find new solutions for real world challenges that impact both business and society. Be sure to give us 5 Star rating, leave a review, or subscribe to your preferred method of listening. Don't forget to also follow us on any of our social media platforms listed below. Kathryn on LinkedIn Michelle on LinkedIn Dr. Elizabeth Johnson on LinkedIn Wharton School at UPenn's Neuro Website HCD Research Website MindSet Website Page Transcription of MindSet YouTube - @HCDResearchInc. LinkedIn - @HCDResearch Twitter - @HCDNeuroscience Twitter - @HCDResearchInc Facebook - @HCDResearch Instagram - @HCDResearch MindSet is excited to have each and everyone one of you join our curious conversations! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mindset-hcd-research/message
#570: Marine Biologist Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson on How to Catalyze Change with Awe and Wonder, How to Save the Planet, Finding Your Unique Venn Diagram of Strength, and Seeking the Minimum Effective Dose
The Tim Ferriss Show
7. Perspective Taking with Elizabeth Johnson of the Wharton Neuroscience Initiative
EdUp Explained with Ashanti Martin
In this episode, we dive into the neuroscience of perspective taking -- sort of like empathy, but not quite. I spoke with Zab Johnson of the Wharton School about how intentional perspective taking can lead to more innovative and more successful teams, and how you can tap into the neuroscience yourself with some easy exercises. Elizabeth (Zab) Johnson is the executive director and senior fellow of the Wharton Neuroscience Initiative. Her research focuses on vision and visual behavior, spanning physiological approaches in the retina and early visual cortex to using eye tracking to investigate how human observers look, how these processes unfold over time and with experience, and the role of visually-guided social cognition and decision-making. As an expert on color vision, she has collaborated with Lenovo to develop computer and tablet screens with features that provide a more personalized color experience. Before coming to Penn in 2016, she spent 14 years at Duke University, where she was on the faculty in the Neurobiology Department and served as the Associate Director of the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences. Zab has a long-time interest in how our perception of visual art informs how we see.
Justice for the Oceans | Dr Ayana Elizabeth Johnson & Prof Emma Johnston
UNSW Centre for Ideas
How can we make a Blue New Deal? Healthy oceans are fundamental to a healthy planet. From phytoplankton, the tiny ocean plants that produce the oxygen we breathe, to the rich diversity of other ocean plants and creatures, we depend on our oceans to survive and thrive. But our oceans are both under threat and pose a threat. Pollution, overfishing and the destruction of coral reefs are killing them from within, while the impacts of climate change – rising sea levels and storm surges – are transforming the ocean from friend to foe for the many millions who live on the coast. Globally-renowned ocean defender Dr Ayana Elizabeth Johnson is clear: saving the oceans is key to fighting the climate crisis. Join us for a conversation between Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and leading Australian marine scientist Emma Johnston. They will explore how these issues are playing out in Australia and internationally, the future of the oceans in the age of climate change, how to mobilise support for a Blue New Deal and how women leaders are pioneering global climate action. This event is presented by the UNSW Centre for Ideas and UNSW Science, and the Powerhouse Museum for the 2021 Sydney Science Festival. Supported by Inspiring Australia as a part of National Science Week.
Honey Badger Don't Care with Elizabeth Johnson of the Naples Zoo
Rossifari Podcast - Zoos, Aquariums, and Animal Conservation
Today, the Safari heads to Naples, Florida, to visit the incredible zoo there. We talk to Elizabeth Johnson, Supervisor of Carnivores about some of the amazing and unique species at the zoo, including fossa, a striped hyena, clouded leopards, and honey badgers! You'll even get to come hang out with the honey badgers after the interview! Then, stay tuned to learn more than you ever thought you could about Deegee, the amazing giant anteater at the zoo! EPISODE LINKS: @napleszoo on Facebook and Instagram www.napleszoo.org ROSSIFARI LINKS: patreon.com/rossifari to support the pod rossifari.com @rossifari on Insta, Facebook, and Twitter @rossifaripod on TikTok
Hear to Slay: Swipe Right for The Climate (with Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson)
The Roxane Gay Agenda
Climate change is coming for us all, especially black and brown people. What can we do about it? Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, marine biologist and co-host of the podcast “How to Save a Planet,” talks about her solutions-oriented approach. Plus listeners explain how the climate is changing their lives. MentionsThe Green New Deal text:https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-resolution/332/textAll We Can Savehttps://www.allwecansave.earth/anthologyHow to Save a Planet podcasthttps://gimletmedia.com/shows/howtosaveaplanet/episodesCredits: Curtis Fox is the senior producer. Catherine Fenollosa is the producer. Ali McPherson and Isoke Samuel are the associate producers. Production help from Lauren Garcia and Kaityln Adams. Hear To Slay theme music by Taka Yasuzawa and Alex Sugiura. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.