Hosted by Daniel Lobell, each episode of Doctorpedia’s Leading Voices podcast (40-60 minutes) is a free flowing interview with one specialist where you can learn about everything from their journey to medicine to stories on the job and even delve into their personal lives and passions.
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Thoracic Surgeon Dr. Peter Baik talks about his side interest in aeronautical engineering, his own field of thoracic surgery and its rapid acceleration, what exactly cancer is, the importance of lung cancer screening, and more.
Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Guillaume Dumont talks about his youth in Montreal, his experience as a football player in the States, new developments in orthopedic surgery and healthcare in general, his personal philosophy as a doctor, and more.
Pulmonologist Dr. Paul Scheinberg talks about his military adventures in Vietnam and Israel, the prevention of different lung conditions, an in-flight health scare, new pulmonary technologies, and more.
Gastroenterologist Dr. Nathan Merriman talks about the difficult events he experienced throughout his life and how he coped with them, how he connects with his patients, the best ways to improve your gut health, the benefits of a stool transplant, and more.
Gynecologic Oncologist Dr. Ruchi Garg talks about her early immigration from India to the US, the specifics of her work and why she loves it, new breakthroughs in oncology and genetics, the growing role of technology in the healthcare sector, and more.
Pediatrician Dr. Thomas J. McDonagh Jr. talks about his early interest in pediatrics, the role religion plays in his life, his approaches to treating patients, how sometimes doing nothing is the best medicine, and more.
Gastroenterologist Dr. Kevin Tin talks about his unconventional youth, the important role of probiotics and the gut microbiome, his fight on behalf of under-represented populations, new developments in gastroenterology and hepatology, and more.
Emergency Medicine Physician Dr. Boykin Robinson talks about his early interest in medicine, the inefficiencies of the emergency department and his ideas to change them, his company and its goals, and more.
Rheumatologist Dr. Rubaiya Mallay talks about her childhood adventures in Bangladesh and around the world, the specifics of autoimmune diseases, the challenges she faces in her work life, her love for laughter, and more.
Orthopedic Spine Surgery
Dr. Henry P. Barham talks about his hallmark study published in JAMA that outlines a correlation between results of a simple at-home taste test and symptom severity and duration from COVID-19 and other viral illnesses.
Orthopedic Spine Surgery
Obesity Medicine Physician Dr. Priti Parekh talks about growing up in India, moving to America, specializing in obesity treatment, her holistic approach to chronic health issues and more
Oncologist and hematologist Dr. Mary Leung talks about her immigration from Hong Kong to America, her journey to becoming an oncologist, her desire to help her patients, the difficulty of losing patients to cancer, and more
Allergy & Immunology
Psychologist Dr. Terri Faith talks about overwriting personal narratives, the arsenal of thoughts to combat anxiety, and how Buddhist principles and cognitive behavioral therapy can help people learn about themselves and their identities.
Dr. Matthew Russo talks about being a third generation orthopedic surgeon, the dangers of a sedentary lifestyle, and exciting developments in surgery technology and stem cell research.
Marriage & Family Therapist
Dr. Joseph Alpert (Cardiologist, Editor-In-Chief of the American Journal of Medicine) discusses his path to cardiology, how he established the universal definition of a heart attack, exciting developments in heart health, and more.