World’s Highest Resolution HDTV Surgical Camera – Ever! – First Exclusive Evaluation

Tuesday, July 31, 2007

  I have previously posted about my research on the use of high definition TV (HDTV) for surgical endoscopy.  I am honored to have participated in the evaluation…

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National Geographic’s The Living Body: DITM Featured in World’s First HDTV Broadcast of Surgical Procedure

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

I’ve mentioned the National Geographic Special “The Living Body” and wanted to fill you in on why this is such an exciting project for me.  The show follows a…

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National Geographic Update- HDTV Surgery: (United Airlines Sucks!)

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

  Well the TCA television critics association meeting is over.  What an enormous logistical nightmare this was for me!  AS I previously wrote, I was invited to a…

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Embryo Adoption, Stem Cell Research, Partial Birth Abortion Oh My: Breaking News From DITM

Thursday, April 19, 2007

  When does human life begin and what is a human?  Fertility specialists wrestle with this question every day as embryos are created, frozen, thawed, implanted, and discarded. …

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Babies Without Men: Creating Sperm From A Woman’s Bone Marrow

Friday, April 13, 2007

NOTE TO READERS: this post is a copy of the full article and discussion which can be found here- please click for the many many comments Scientists report…

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Carnivals Galore: Grand Rounds x 2 and GeneGenie

Thursday, April 12, 2007

I wanted to catch up with the recent carnivals and thank them for including docinthemachine’s posts. First was keagirl a great medblogger who writes at urostream.  This grand…

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DITM at Podcamp NYC

Thursday, April 12, 2007

In preparation for my two new podcast projects I spent the day at Podcamp NYC- the “unconference” of podcasters.  THe idea of an unconference is that the participants…

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DITM 2 New Podcast Projects Close to Launch!

Thursday, April 12, 2007

New Podcast Projects:  The past two weeks have been a wild ride of fun and excitement!  I have two podcast projects undergoing the final edits prior to launcing. …

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Docinthemachine Guest Blogging at Medgadget!

Friday, March 30, 2007

I am very excited to begin guest blogging over at Medgadget!  I am sure many of you are familiar with the site.  Medgadget is a hugely popular site…

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New Genetic Pap Smear Can Easily Diagnose Hidden Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Undiagnosed sexually transmitted diseases are a major health epidemic in the world.  Some of the worst ones have no symptoms.  The cervical cancer screening pap smear has been…

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