Can Stem Cell Research Technology Translate To Non-Medical Purposes?

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Guests: Doug Heuck, Alan Russell

“The American Entrepreneur”, Ron Morris, examines the issue of regenerative medicine, its current medical applications, and the feasibility of its technology into non-medical applications, as he talks with Dr. Alan Russell, the Founder of the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. Plus, using the City of Pittsburgh as an example, Ron looks at the metrics that must be considered when assessing the socioeconomic health of a city as he talks with Doug Heuck, Publisher of Pittsburgh Quarterly Magazine, who discusses “Pittsburgh Today and Tomorrow”, the groundbreaking report featured in the magazine’s current issue. Join the conversation! Call us at 855-852-2558 and talk to the experts! Missed the show? Replay episodes at taeradio.com!

Show Segments

Ron's Rant - Keep Asking
Ron's Rant - Keep Asking "What If..."

Ron rants about World War II and the Attack of Normandy, and how it relates to curiosity and planning.

Can Stem Cell Research Technology Translate To Non-Medical Purposes?
Can Stem Cell Research Technology Translate To Non-Medical Purposes?

Guests: Alan Russell

“The American Entrepreneur”, Ron Morris, examines the issue of regenerative medicine, its current medical applications, and the feasibility of its technology into non-medical applications, as he talks with Dr. Alan Russell, the Founder of the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh.  Also, the role a person's attitude plays in their own life.

Open Talk - The You That's You
Open Talk - The You That's You

Ron hosts an open talk segment, discussing his previous interview with Alan Russell and tackling the issue of people being 'down to Earth'.

"Pittsburgh Today and Tomorrow"

Guests: Doug Heuck

Using the City of Pittsburgh as an example, Ron looks at the metrics that must be considered when assessing the socioeconomic health of a city as he talks with Doug Heuck, Publisher of Pittsburgh Quarterly Magazine, who discusses “Pittsburgh Today and Tomorrow”, the groundbreaking report featured in the magazine’s current issue.

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