As a professor of medicine and nutritionist, Dr. Anderson is proud to have pioneered several groundbreaking dietary programs designed to help patients combat diabetes and maintain healthy and active bodies. Listen in to learn more about Dr. Anderson’s contributions to the field.
As a retired judge, Mary Payne helps her community by providing her unbiased judgment to resolve cases. Listen in to hear more about how Ms. Payne became involved in this line of work, and how she became committed to helping others.
As a longtime poet and radio host, Jack Foley was captivated by the magic of poetry from a young age. He has since honed his skill and hosts a radio program where he features other accomplished poets. Listen in to hear Mr. Foley’s thoughts on the art of poetry and how he was first drawn into its world.
Dr. Matoole has contributed years of work to his career as a physician, treating patients with a number of neurological diseases, including spinal cord injuries, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and others. Listen in to hear more about Patrick Matoole.
A committed healthcare professional, Dr. Harold Wanebo has been deeply involved in oncology for over 30 years. He has worked with numerous investigators in order to better understand the pathways most associated with metasteses. This will assist physicians in developing better therapies for cancer treatment. Listen in to hear more about Dr. Wanebo’s impressive background.
As a retired academic administrator, Linda Balthaser has spent her career in the service of students. Listen in to hear how she got her start in the industry, and how her work has shaped generations to come.
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For more than 40 years, Dr. Merini has dedicated herself to educating and enriching young minds in her various teaching roles in universities across the country. Listen in to hear more about her work in the field.
Throughout her varied professional life, Dr. Eleanor Avinor has dedicated herself to helping others find happiness. After 35 years as a teacher and counselor working in a crisis center, she decided to pursue psychotherapy, a field she has thrived in as the founder of her own private mental health care practice since 2007. Listen in to hear more about Dr. Avinor’s career as a psychotherapist.
Title: Microbiology Educator (Retired), Consultant, Professor Emeritus
Company: University of Missouri School of Medicine
Location: Missouri, United States
As a retired educator and researcher, Richard Finkelstein has spent his career studying and purifying cholera toxins for use in vital research in the field. Listen in to hear how his team received a nomination for the Nobel Prize.
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