News Medical's "Thought Leaders" series is a selection of articles written by national and
international experts and trusted advisers in health and medicine. All the articles are
written by experts who have been invited as recognised leaders in their fields to provide
a "state of the art" contribution.
In this interview, we speak to Dr. Damini Dey from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center about their latest research that involved using AI to predict heart attacks.
In this interview, News-Medical talks to Dr. Laurence Orbuch about the lack of understanding behind gynecological conditions like endometriosis and how this needs to change.
In this interview, News-Medical speaks to Anand Patel and Michael Dyer from St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital about their recent research suggesting EGFR inhibitors may prevent rhabdomyosarcoma recurrence.
In this interview, News-Medical talks to Dr. Ron Daniels about his work at the UK Sepsis Trust and the impact antimicrobial resistance is having on sepsis.
In this interview, we speak to Professor Joseph Powell about his latest research that investigated the use of immune 'fingerprints' to treat autoimmune disease.
In this interview, we speak to Steffi Oesterreich, PH.D., from the University of Pittsburgh, about how new insights into a gene mutation present in 20-30% of breast cancer recurrences may have a silver lining, leading to novel treatment opportunities.
In this interview, we speak to Amy Brin, MSN, MA, PCNS-BC, CEO of the Child Neurology Foundation, about the current landscape of neurological diagnosis in children and the importance of helping patients and their families through the diagnosis and treatment process.
In this interview, News-Medical interviews Michael Weingarten about his work as a director of the Small Business Innovation Research Development Center, helping to fund highly-innovative technologies that are revolutionizing cancer research.
News-Medical interviews Dr. Benjamin Schmidt about using social media to highlight different perspectives in the medical community and improve communication between patients and doctors.
As part of World Immunization Week 2022, News Medical speaks to Thabani Maphosa, the Managing Director of Country Programmes at Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance, about their work to increase equitable and sustainable use of vaccines by maximizing financial investments, bringing the best partners to the table and driving innovation.
In this interview, we talk to Vicki Chan about her background in ophthalmology and how her social media success has helped contribute to a new era of online healthcare education.
In this interview, News-Medical speaks to Dr. Ruanne Barnabas about the KEN She study which found that a single-dose Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination was effective in preventing incident persistent oncogenic HPV infection.
In this interview, we speak to Judith Diment from Rotary’s International PolioPlus Committee about the incredible work they are doing to help eradicate polio worldwide.
As part of World Malaria Day 2022, we interview Karine Le Roch PH.D., about her latest research into how novel antimalarial therapeutic strategies could be on the horizon, after identifying two proteins that are critical to the survival of the malaria parasite, Plasmodium falciparum.
As part of World Immunization Week 2022, News Medical speaks to the International Vaccine Institute about their fight against vaccine inequity, as well as what a “Long Life for All” means to them.
We speak with postdoctoral researcher Erola Pairo-Castineira about her recent work which aimed to find the genetic factors that may predispose individuals to critical COVID-19 and learn how COVID-19 affects cells in the body.
In this interview, we speak to Dr. Wang about his latest research that investigated accelerated aging in childhood cancer survivors and the underlying genetics causing this.
In this interview, we speak to Fernanda Marrocos about her latest research that investigated the impacts ultra-processed diets are having on our planet.
In this interview, News-Medical speaks to Professor Jun Huang about CAR T-cell therapy and its future as a potential treatment for cancer or HIV.