Title: Rutgers University, Institutional Review Board/Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Company: Neuro-Psychiatry Educator
Location: Basking Ridge, NJ United States
Anchored in medicine and neurology, in addition to psychiatry, Mary E. Swigar, MD, initially wanted to be a neurosurgeon, but it was a field that few women were in at the time. Still interested in the functions of the brain, she found psychiatry to be as equally exciting a field. She was grateful that psychiatry afforded her a broad range of opportunities, which would include research ethics and the broad diagnostic aspect in relation to brain-body function. Listen in to hear more about Dr. Swigar’s fascinating career.
As an educator, David Roemer considers the truth of any matter to be of the utmost importance. This is especially true when it comes to religion, and the concept of God as the creator of the universe. Currently, Dr. Roemer is fighting to be able to share his views with students. Listen in to hear more about this exciting field.
An accomplished librarian and professor, Melanie Freese found her passion early on in her career. Listen in as she shares her thoughts on what makes a good librarian, and gives her insights on what skills the next generation’s librarians will need to succeed.
Title: Chairman; Real Estate Company Executive; Consultant
Company: Rose Associates, Inc.
Location: New York, NY United States
A seasoned professional with more than five decades of experience, Daniel Rose is a leader in real estate and urban development. Listen in to hear more about this fascinating professional and his distinguished career.
As a child, Mr. Perilstein’s interest in model trains is what sparked his interest in electricity. Many years and a successful career down the road, he maintains that interest and has turned it into his vocation. Listen in to hear more about Mr. Perilstein.
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As an internist with many years of experience, Dr. William Rowe studied the effects of prolonged intensive exercise on the human body and found the effects to be comparable to the stresses experienced during space travel. Additionally, he would like to call attention to the use of iron brakes in vehicles, as their unseen pollution is causing the same physiological conditions found in astronauts braving harsh conditions.
Additionally, Dr. Rowe is an adventurer; he has made eight trips for African safaris by land rover in East Africa in the sixties and on foot in Zambia in the seventies and eighties. He and his wife have been charged by an elephant on foot, stopped by a warning shot and have waded across the Luangwa River in Zambia, which is loaded with crocodiles and hippos, numerous times.
Dr. Brown became involved in his profession because his grandmother was blind from glaucoma and he saw how much that affected her quality of life. Since then, he has endeavored to help save the sight of others as an accomplished ophthalmologist in his own right. Listen in to hear more about his career and growth.
As a physicist, John Asmus is fascinated by the workings of the world, and he endeavors to share that love with his students. Listen in to hear how he got his start, and hear about some of the interesting projects that he has been part of.
Title: Professor Emeritus, Professor of Medicine, Physician (Retired)
Company: UPR, UCC
Location: Guaynabo, PR
As a retired physician and educator, Dr. Ramírez-Rivera is passionate about the fields of bioethics and internal medicine. Listen in to hear his thoughts on modern medicine, and how he got to where he is today.
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