AIDS Research, Got Your Six, I'Mpossible
The Matt Townsend Show - Season 1, Episode 1115
- Feb 15, 2017 5:00 pm
- 2:28:44 mins
Why is AIDS still Rampant? (17:45) Dr. Maureen Miller is a professor at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University and an entrepreneurial public health consultant. She is an infectious disease epidemiologist with training in medical anthropology. Despite education and social inanities by governments and humanitarian agencies, the number of people that are newly infected with HIV/AIDS has remained relatively stable for decades. How are we fixing this problem? Maureen Miller explains the challenges that face AIDS research. Makena Bauss - Personality Changes When You Move (45:20) New research shows that if you move from state to state it may change your personality. Producer Makena Bauss explains the effects moving can have on you. Got Your Six (1:09:12) Bill Rausch is the Executive Director at Got Your 6. He is a former Army Major with over ten years of service including 17 months in Iraq serving under Generals Casey and Petraeus while assigned to the Information Operations Task Force. Prior to joining GY6, Bill was Political Director at Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America where he oversaw policy and advocacy campaigns. Bill Rausch talks with Dr. Townsend about how Got Your 6 is making huge strides in helping change public opinion of veterans. Liana Tan - Unexpected (1:32:11) Life moves pretty fast. Things happen that are out of our control. There is really no way to be prepared for everything. Producer Liana Tan has recently dealt with an unexpected challenge and survived and today shares some tips on how to better expect the unexpected. I'Mpossible (1:56:30) Jeff Griffin, M. Ed. Author and Speaker, has helped many clients to overcome their fears and doubts that keep them virtually paralyzed and hinder them from making their dreams possible. Jeff is a wheelchair athlete on the Utah Wheelin' Jazz. He played in the 2004 Athens Olympics, holds a Guinness Book of World Records, and is a four-time NWBA All-Star MVP. He enjoys mentoring youth, distributing wheelchairs, and providing Peer Training Materials through his humanitarian efforts. Jeff Griffin is the author of I'mPossible and shares his story of overcoming challenges and motivating others.