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CTSI Discovery Radio

Airs every 3rd Friday @ noon on 91.7 WMSE

CTSI Discovery Radio

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CTSI Discovery Radio is our 30-minute monthly radio show and podcast that informs and educates listeners about translational research relative to current medical/health topics, clinical studies andthe latest advancements in biomedical research, drugs, treatments, therapeutics and interventions that are better, faster and more economical than ever. Hosted by veteran radio personality Bryan Belmer, each show shares our mission of advancing health through research and discovery in our community and worldwide.

CTSI Discovery Radio airs the third Friday of each month at noon on WMSE 91.7 FM, or stream it online.

You may also listen to podcasts of previous shows in the archive below and receive new shows by subscribing via one of several popular podcast sites including:

Episode Archive

Nearly 3 million people suffer traumatic brain injuries in the United States each year. While most of these injuries are mild, they present challenges for researchers, clinicians, and patients. Learn about mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), including a look at one clinical trial that used...

It affects over 26 million Americans, including more than 6 million children. Fortunately, it is treatable.On today’s show, we’ll focus on asthma and efforts to improve treatments for it. We’ll also learn about an asthma-related study that’s focusing on air-quality in daycares. And we’ll discover...

It’s something we all do, or need to do, for good health: Sleep. On today’s show, learn about disorders that can affect healthy sleep from a sleep expert. We’ll also learn about sleep studies that can help overcome sleep disorders. And we’ll focus our CTSI...

The All of Us research program recently completed its first year on a national level, and All of Us Wisconsin will soon wrap up its first year as well. We’ll update you on the largest medical research program in our nation’s history. And later,...

Throughout 2018, CTSI Discovery Radio brought you fascinating stories of research and discoveries through translational science each month, including a look at the past, present and future of Precision Medicine, medical breakthroughs and innovations through team science, and encouraging impactful stories of positive and successful...

When a research scientist’s work revealed that kids today are losing their passion for learning, she took action to address this critical issue in child development. On today’s show, discover how her research lead first to a best-selling book, and now a program teaching the...

Research suggests there’s compelling evidence that growing up in poverty negatively impacts early childhood brain development, resulting in lower academic achievement and diminishing long-term health outcomes. On today’s show, learn about research investigating the neuroscience of poverty. We’ll also discover a clinical trial that’s testing...

A commonly prescribed blood thinner can cause a serious, even fatal condition known as HIT. On today’s show, we’ll hear from a local researcher who’s working diligently on new treatments and tools for diagnosing HIT. And later, we’ll hear about a new public awareness campaign...

In academic medicine, post-doctoral fellows are often at the forefront of scientific research. But not all post-docs stay in academics. On today’s show, we’ll discover an organization that’s helping post-docs gain experience from industry, while providing knowledge to industry. It’s known as PICO, or Postdoc...

2017 was another year packed with interesting stories of research and discoveries through translational science, and every month CTSI Discovery Radio brought them to you. We learned about a public health crisis that’s claiming lives in our community and a project helping bring new lives...

Perhaps by now you’ve already heard about Precision Medicine, the revolutionary new approach of improving healthcare to the meet specific needs of individuals. On today’s show, we’ll share insight into a bold, exciting nationwide research program, designed to accelerate progress toward a new age of...

When was the last time you thought about your liver’s health? Do you ever? On today’s show, we will look at liver health, as well as a specific chronic liver disease, liver transplant, and later we’ll hear from someone who suffered from a chronic liver...

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