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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.

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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 below.

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The human brain is complex, its various regions wired together by vast and intricate networks of connections so abundant, it’s a wonder we ourselves can understand how it actually works. But a couple of studies are doing exactly that. Find out what we’ve learned, and...

Throughout medical history, countless diseases have been diagnosed, treated, and prevented over time. Unfortunately, far too many diseases have no known means for effectively treating them, much less preventing them from occurring in the first place. What we do know is that the need is...

2015 was a year of advancing our community’s health through research and discovery…but what research and what did we discover? On this edition of CTSI Discovery Radio, we’ve prepared a special “2015 Year In Review” show. For the next 30 minutes, we invite you to join...

The Medical College of Wisconsin has made major strides in organ transplants. With its hospital partners, the Division of Transplant Surgery provides abdominal organ transplantation at Froedtert Hospital and Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. On this episode of CTSI Discovery Radio, we’ll discuss new innovations in...

It’s back-to-school time and that has many parents talking about immunizations. Getting vaccinated is important to keep kids healthy while in school, but immunizations continue well into your adulthood. On today’s program, we’ll talk about the importance of immunizations throughout your lifetime and about the...

With no cure and no tests to confirm its diagnosis, Parkinson’s disease is a neurodegenerative disease that has researchers looking for clues to diagnose and treat this movement disorder. You can help. Find out how in this episode of CTSI Discovery Radio. Guests Joseph Carroll, PhD, FARVO,...

There has been a lot of talk recently about concussions and traumatic brain injuries. Concern has been raised about NFL players, collegiate sports programs, military veterans, and our own children's safety playing school sports. We’ll try to sort out fact from fiction, and we'll explain what’s being done to study...

Are you sitting down? Well, you may want to stand up for this. In this episode of CTSI Discovery Radio, hear how moderate physical exercise may hold the key to healthy blood vessels and a healthy heart as you age. We'll define "moderate" next on...

How much do you know about research? Biomedical research, to be specific. The scientific research data on cardiac arrest alone is shocking. Nationally, more than 9 out of 10 people who suffer cardiac arrest will die, but not here in Southeast Wisconsin. On this episode...

It is estimated that as many as 5 million Americans age 65 and older have Alzheimer's Disease, possibly without any symptoms. On this episode of CTSI Discovery Radio, we'll talk with world-renowned researchers and the US Senator raised by an NIH funded scientist to see...

If you're wearing pink, it's probably because October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Where there have been great advances in diagnosing and treating breast cancer, there are still many unanswered questions about the most invasive, aggressive types of the disease. On this episode of CTSI...

Each day, more than 100,000 people suffer from a chronic, genetic blood disease that causes debilitating pain. When there's no cure, where do you turn for help? On this episode of CTSI Discovery Radio, we'll discuss new ways people living with Sickle Cell Disease are...

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