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Hematopoiesis: An ASH Trainee Council Production

The American Society of Hematology Trainee Council is proud to announce the creation of a new podcast to accompany our new trainee-focused publication Hematopoiesis. The podcast is by and for hematology trainees at all levels of training, from medical students to residents to fellows to doctoral students, and all episodes are created and produced by the ASH Trainee Council. With Hematopoiesis and our new podcast, we aim to bring content about the history of hematology, career pathways in hematology, and the latest clinical and research updates to trainees worldwide.Music: “Somebody New” RYYZN (www.toneden.io/ryyzn/post/somebo…ew-copyright-free). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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This means episodes are recommended to be heard in order from the very start. Here's the 10 best episodes of the series anyway though!

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Coming Soon: Hematopoiesis, a podcast by trainees, for trainees

Hematopoiesis, a new podcast by the American Society of Hematology Trainee Council, by and for hematology trainees, will bring exciting educational and career-focused hematology content to the community of hematology trainees around the globe. The first episode is entitled Blood Transfusions: From Mythical Fascination to Life-Saving Practice; it is part of a three-episode series that will provide an entertaining historical review of blood transfusion through conversations with experts and patients. 

2mins

9 Aug 2021

Rank #1

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Blood Transfusion From Mythical Fascination to Life-Saving Practice (Part 1): Mystical Vitality

In the first installment of the Hematopoiesis podcast, Dr. Lachelle Dawn Weeks provides an entertaining historical review of blood transfusion. In this three-part series of conversation with experts and patients, Dr. Weeks takes us on a trip through time that touches on ancient mythology, transfusions involving sheep, and modern day use of blood transfusion in resuscitation efforts. In this episode, Dr. Weeks and her guests, author of Blood: An Epic History of Medicine and Commerce Professor Douglas Starr and transfusion medicine specialist Dr. Sunny Dzik of Massachusetts General Hospital highlight the early history of blood transfusion.Music: “Somebody New” RYYZN (www.toneden.io/ryyzn/post/somebo…ew-copyright-free). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

18mins

17 Aug 2021

Rank #2

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Blood Transfusion From Mythical Fascination to Life-Saving Practice (Part 2): Life Saving Practice in Times of War

In the second installment of the Hematopoiesis podcast, Dr. Lachelle Dawn Weeks continues her entertaining historical review of blood transfusion. In this three-part series of conversation with experts and patients, Dr. Weeks takes us on a trip through time that touches on ancient mythology, transfusions involving sheep, and modern day use of blood transfusion in resuscitation efforts. In this episode, Dr. Weeks and her guests, author of Blood: An Epic History of Medicine and Commerce Professor Douglas Starr, transfusion medicine specialist Dr. Sunny Dzik of Massachusetts General Hospital, and an American Red Cross executive medical officer Dr. Yvette Miller highlight  the use of blood transfusion during times of war.Music: “Somebody New” RYYZN (www.toneden.io/ryyzn/post/somebo…ew-copyright-free). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

31mins

21 Sep 2021

Rank #3

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Blood Transfusion From Mythical Fascination to Life-Saving Practice (Part 3): Blood Politics and Modern Practice

In the third installment of the Hematopoiesis podcast, Dr. Lachelle Dawn Weeks concludes her entertaining historical review of blood transfusion. In this three-part series of conversation with experts and patients, Dr. Weeks takes us on a trip through time that touches on ancient mythology, transfusions involving sheep, and modern-day use of blood transfusion in resuscitation efforts. In this episode, Dr. Weeks and her guests, author of Blood: An Epic History of Medicine and Commerce Professor Douglas Starr, an American Red Cross executive medical officer Dr. Yvette Marie Miller, divisional Chief Medical officer for the American Red Cross Blood Services Ross Herron, Mr. Brian Johnston – a patient with hemophilia, and a recruitment program manager for the Kraft Family Donor Center – Maureen Zuzevich, who is also a recipient of donor plasma, highlight the sociopolitical controversy that taints this fascinating historical record. Music: “Somebody New” RYYZN (www.toneden.io/ryyzn/post/somebody-new-copyright-free). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/.

50mins

19 Oct 2021

Rank #4

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"The Health System as The Patient" — Creating a Career as a Systems-Based Hematologist

In the latest episode of Hematopoiesis, Dr. Ajay Major explores the field of systems-based hematology, in which clinicians not only take care of patients with hematologic diseases, but also optimize the care of hematology patients throughout an entire health care system. In this episode, Dr. Major interviews three hematologists, Dr. Nathan Connell, Dr. Ming Lim, and Dr. Jori May, about how they got involved in systems-based hematology, why systems-based hematologists are vital to health care systems, and their advice for trainees who are interested in a career in this increasingly important field.Music: “Somebody New” RYYZN (www.toneden.io/ryyzn/post/somebody-new-copyright-free). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/.

17mins

28 Jan 2022

Rank #5

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Women in Hematology Part 1: A Changing Paradigm for Women in Medicine, With Dr. Nancy Berliner

In the first episode of a three-part series for Hematopoiesis on women in hematology, Dr. Nina Balanchivadze (@NinaOncMD) has a conversation with Blood Editor Dr. Nancy Berliner. From first female chief resident to chief of hematology, Dr. Berliner shares her career path and provides invaluable advice on mentorship and career advancement for women in hematology. Dr. Berliner is the H. Franklin Bunn Professor of Medicine and Chief of Hematology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and is a past ASH president. Music: “Somebody New” RYYZN (www.toneden.io/ryyzn/post/somebody-new-copyright-free). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/.

28mins

24 May 2022

Rank #6

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Women in Hematology Part 2: Fearless Leadership — From Thrombosis to Infertility, With Dr. Ariela Marshall

In the second episode of this Hematopoiesis Women in Hematology three-part series, Dr. Becky Zon (@beckyzon) has a conversation with Director of Women’s Thrombosis and Hemostasis Program at Penn Medicine Dr. Ariela Marshall (@AMarshallMD) who shares her experiences, including starting a new center to care for female patients, leading the Women in Hematology group at ASH, and advocating for those who struggle with infertility. Music: “Somebody New” RYYZN (www.toneden.io/ryyzn/post/somebody-new-copyright-free). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/.

26mins

25 May 2022

Rank #7

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Women in Hematology Part 3: An Inspirational Force, From International to Intersectionality, With Dr. Nada Hamad

In the third episode of this Hematopoiesis Women in Hematology three-part series, Dr. Becky Zon (@beckyzon) has a conversation with Director of the Haematology Clinical Trials Unit at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Australia Dr. Nada Hamad (@nadahamad). Dr. Hamad shares her experiences as a lymphoma/bone marrow transplant/cellular therapies clinician, President of the ANZTCT, an intersectional feminist, and Vogue magazine star.  Music: “Somebody New” RYYZN (www.toneden.io/ryyzn/post/somebody-new-copyright-free). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/.

29mins

8 Jul 2022

Rank #8