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Series 4 - Episode 39: Create a Culture of Innovation

Michelle Shogren is on a mission to innovate Clinical trials by leveraging the users in that ecosystem through their knowledge and voice to bridge the silos that are created in the Clinical trial ecosystem.

Michelle plans to bring the voices of sponsors, CROs, sites, patients, caregivers, patient advocacy groups and solution providers to the table to help create those new solutions or new ways of working with a better chance of success.

With over 20 years in the Clinical Research industry, Michelle is now helping companies achieve their full potential through her new company Innovate in what you do.

Series 4 - Episode 38: Changemaker Daniel Fox- taking on Big Pharma!

Let's treat sites more fairly.

This week Daniel challenges the way things have always been done and shares his solution to helping sites take back some control when it comes to negotiating and collecting money from Sponsors.

Series 4 - Episode 37: Free tips and advice for Jobseekers

We get inundated with job seekers asking for support: Resume writing, Interview Technique, Salary negotiation

I’m also shocked to hear how many scams are out there and people charging for such services.

That’s why this week we spoke to David Paykin who provides support to Jobseekers for FREE.

David shares some great resources so make sure you tune in and give him a follow to start receiving his help.

Series 4 - Episode 36: Accelerating Clinical Trials

Zina Sarif is a Cancer scientist and Founder of Yendou building Tech-enabled Clinical care delivery.

Tackling the Clinical start-up phase first Zina hopes that her platform Yendou will make site selection easier and lead to more productive outcomes.

Zina is hoping that Yendou can accelerate the race to find a cancer cure.

Tune in to hear her story and the plans for Yendou

Series 4 - Episode 35: How to get into Clinical Research

Looking for a job in Clinical Research or any new sector? - Listen to this episode!

It has advice on how to get your foot in the door.

  • Is a degree or experience more important?
  • How can you prove yourself in a new industry?
  • What is it like to be a CRA?
  • Perks of being a CRA How are success and networking connected?
  • Why don’t you know what you don’t know?
  • Why should you ask for a salary adjustment?
  • Why do you need to own your own Career?

Robert Goldman is an Associate Director of Clinical Operations at Techfields pharma and shares some amazing insights into the Clinical Research industry.

As a trained pilot and keen drummer, there are no limitations on Roberts's capabilities. Tune in to hear Roberts's motivating and inspiring story.

Series 4 - Episode 34: Build true grit and determination

This week James speaks to Daniel Perez CEO of Macro trials.

Daniel has overcome a lot of hurdles in his life and yet is one of the youngest CEOs we've had on the show.

In one of our most open conversations to date, Daniel shares the highs and lows of his life.

 

When the odds are against you how do you continue to rise to the top?

This week James speaks to Daniel Perez CEO of Macro trials.

Daniel has overcome a lot of hurdles in his life and yet is one of the youngest CEOs we've had on the show. 

In one of our most open conversations to date, Daniel shares the highs and lows of his life.

Series 4 - Episode 33: From Clinical Research Coordinator to CEO in 7 years

Starting her career in 2014 as a CRC, Lora Parahovnik has climbed the ladder at a remarkable pace.

Lora is the CEO of Accel Research sites a company that has grown from a headcount of 45 to 200 since Lora joined the company just as the pandemic hit.

Accel Research sites is a multi-therapeutic network of Clinical research sites based in three states.

Tune in to hear Lora's story and learn more about Accel Research.

 

Moment 33: Lora Parahovnik- How I got into Clinical Research

Find out how Lora went from CRC to CEO in just 7 years. 

Series 4 - Episode 32: Deprescribing unnecessarily prescribed medications

GeriatRx is a Telehealth, Medication Therapy Management (MTM) pharmacist-based consulting company that helps patients, providers, and caregivers optimize health outcomes with evidence-based therapies with innovative solutions focusing on deprescribing unnecessarily prescribed medications.

Tune in to hear how more about Delon’s services and his big future plans for the company.

 

Moment 32: How did you get into Clinical Research?

Want to learn more about how to get into the Clinical Research sector?

Tune into the stories of those that are in the industry.

Series 4 - Episode 31: Overcoming adversity

Yuriy Lebed owner of Ukrainian CRO Pharmaxi has had his fair share of adversity over the last six months.

With the war in Ukraine still rumbling on and the rockets still flying overhead, Yuriy has maintained a calm exterior throughout and thrived in the face of adversity.

Yuriy has leveraged his network and shared his story through LinkedIn and various Podcasts which has helped him maintain his business and even grow new relationships which have led him down different paths.

Hear his story today on The Huxley Morton Podcast.

 

Moment 31: The battle continues...

The last time we spoke to Yuriy Lebed Owner of Ukrainian CRO Pharmaxi war had just broken out in Ukraine and he was doing everything to save his business and keep his family safe.

Six months on we had the pleasure of catching up with Yuriy to hear how business and life are in Ukraine today.

Make sure you subscribe so you don’t miss the full episode when it comes out this Wednesday. 

Series 4 - Episode 30: Physician-led Clinical trials

Having spent over 10 years running clinical trials at his practice Dr Ravi Iyer is now instrumental in helping the Loudoun Medical Group drive investigator and Clinical Research team development and training.

Loudoun Medical Group is a multi-speciality physician-owned network that cares for nearly 500,000 lives in Northern Virginia, USA.

Everyone needs a Physician like Ravi, his passion for what he does instantly puts you at ease. Ravi shares so many wise words which give you the confidence you are in the best hands.

In his conversation with James and Adam find out how he navigated the Pandemic and the plans Loudoun Medical Group have to take on Clinical trials.

 

Moment 30: Investigator led Clinical trials

Dr Ravi Iyer is the founding physician at the Iyer clinic and the Director of Clinical Research at the Loudoun Medical Group.

Having spent over 10 years running clinical trials Ravi is now instrumental in helping the Loudoun Medical Group drive investigator and Clinical Research team development and training.

In his conversation with James and Adam find out how he navigated the Pandemic and the plans Loudoun Medical Group have to take on Clinical trials.

Tune in to the full episode on Wednesday

Series 4 - Episode 29: SDV- What a complete waste of time

It’s safe to say this week’s guest doesn’t hold back on his thoughts about how things have historically been done in the Clinical Research sector.

Not one to shy away from a challenge Danny Lieberman co-founded Flaskdata a Digital CRO built to change traditional monitoring and data collection.

Flaskdata has saved many failing trials and has several success stories to share, make sure you tune in to hear how Danny and his colleagues are shaking up the way Clinical trials are done.

 

Moment 29: Never let it be said it can’t be done.

Some of the most innovative companies we’ve had on the podcast are started by people from outside the Clinical Research industry.

Our guest Danny Lieberman is one to add to the list, tune in this week to hear how he has set up a Digital CRO, a CRO with zero CRO overheads.

Danny and his team at Flask Data have saved many failing trials since they started so make sure you tune in to find out just how they do it.

Series 4 - Episode 28: The Secret to becoming a stress-free CRA

Imagine finally landing that dream job as a CRA.

It would be amazing, right!

Then imagine being a stress-free CRA.

So many people want to become a CRA, this week’s guest included, that was always his ambition.

Whilst the job can be amazing, it can also be extremely stressful as there's a lot to juggle.

This week we speak to The CRA Coach, Daniel Regut who has come up with a working system to remove the stress from the job.

Not only does this system take the stress out of the job it also gives you the tools to do your job even better than you already do.

To enrol on the course click here

 

Moment 28: Becoming a Stress-Free CRA

Imagine being a CRA, then imagine being a Stress-free CRA.

So many people want to become a CRA, this week’s guest included that was always his ambition.

Whilst the job can be amazing, it can also be extremely stressful as there's a lot to juggle.

This week we speak to The CRA Coach, Daniel Regut who has come up with a solution to remove the stress from the job so you can get back to loving what you do.

Tune in to this Wednesday's episode to find out how you can become a stress-free CRA.

Find out more here https://www.huxleymorton.com/cra-training.php

Series 4 - Episode 27: Why communication is critical in Clinical Research

This week’s guest started his career in Clinical Research as a CRA after being introduced to someone in the field.

Steve continued doing monitoring but also took on study management, clinical writing and data management which then led him to go down the path of project management.

Steve Chriscoe is now the VP of project management at Worldwide clinical trials and joins us on The Huxley Morton Podcast this week to explain what a CRO does and shares his thoughts on the different skills required to be a CRA or a Project manager.

 

Moment 27: Building relationships is the key to success

This week we speak to Steve Chriscoe about his career and passion for Clinical Research.

We discuss how he got into the industry, life as a CRA and what skills you need to progress your career.

Steve now heads up a team of project managers and project directors at Worldwide Clinical trials and shares his thoughts on what he looks for when he’s hiring.

Series 4 - Episode 26: How to develop a high-performing team

This week we speak to Keya Watkins, from Catalyst Clinical Research.

Keya started her career with zero experience but with sheer enthusiasm and a unique set of skills, Keya has managed to climb the ranks to SVP of Clinical Development and is now heavily involved in building high-performance teams within Catalyst.

Catalyst is a market-leading provider of clinical research services and has seen exponential growth over the past three years and continues to grow both organically and through acquisitions.

But just how have they done this and maintained an incredible working culture for both clients and staff, today we will cover

  • What it takes to grow in your career
  • How to plug the gap in the current skills shortage
  • Being intentional in creating a culture
  • The power behind a people-first CEO
  • Doing the right thing
  • Turning down business
  • Ability to reinvest in your people
  • Developing a high-performing team

To contact Keya https://www.linkedin.com/in/keyawatkins/

To learn more about Catalyst https://catalystcr.com/clinical-research-solutions/

Contact the host James Fowl https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesfowl-clinical-research-recruiter/

Want to Learn more about Huxley Morton contact us: https://www.huxleymorton.com/

Follow us on Social Media: https://www.linkedin.com/company/huxley-morton-limited/

 

Moment 26: How to get into Clinical Research with zero experience

It’s no secret that it can be really difficult to start a career in clinical research.

So, what skills and attributes do you need to have to get your foot in the door and then build a successful career in such a competitive industry.

Tune in to this week’s podcast with @Keya Watkins from Catalyst Clinical research to find out how you can stand out from the crowd.

Series 4 - Episode 25: Leading the evolution and revolution in Digital Health

‘Every major Biopharma company is going to look back in a decade from now and realize that their product is not just the drug and the physical device their product actually is the drug plus the physical device and the relevant digital wrap around.’

BrightInsight offers a leading global cloud platform for Biopharma and Medtech regulated digital health solutions.

This week we speak to Kal Patel CEO & Co-Founder of BrightInsight to hear how their journey started and why it’s so important that they succeed.

https://brightinsight.com/brightinsight-platform

 

Moment 25: Creating Digital solutions that talk to each other!

BrightInsight offers a leading global cloud platform for biopharma and medtech regulated digital health solutions.

Unlocking the value for patient, provider and caregiver by creating a common infrastructure, platform.

Kal and his team have been going for under 4 years and have been incredibly successful in that concise time.

Tune into Wednesday's full episode to hear how BrightInsight is leading the Digital Health revolution for the biopharma and Medtech industry

Series 4 - Episode 24: Launching a CRO in the USA

George has spent 20 plus years managing and coordinating multi-centre global clinical projects and project teams both directly for sponsors and within a CRO.

An Australian ex-pat George has joined forces with Molecule 2 Market to launch a new USA CRO subsidiary.

Tune in to learn how the partnership came together and what tips George has for those wanting to follow in his footsteps.

 

Moment 24: Building out your skillset to launch a CRO

After expressing a desire to start his own CRO George Zafiris has recently joined Molecule2Market an Australian CRO to launch a USA Subsidiary.

Tune in this week to learn how the partnership came together and what tips George has for those wanting to follow in his footsteps.

Series 4 - Episode 23: The strategy to create a work life balance to keep both colleagues and clients happy

This week James and Adam speak to Melissa Church, SVP of Strategy and Solutions at oncology-focused CRO, Catalyst Clinical Research.

Tune in to hear Melissa’s story and how Catalyst is committed to creating a culture that people want to be a part of. Promoting a healthy work-life balance that aims to ensure colleagues have everything they need to be successful.

 

Moment 23: Creating and maintaining a culture that people want to be a part of

Melissa Church is the SVP of Strategy and Solutions at Catalyst Clinical Research.

Blown away by their commitment to growing a good culture Melissa joined Catalyst at the height of covid and hasn’t looked back since.

It’s a refreshing story to listen to and one we hope to see repeated in many CROs going forward.

Tune in to hear how Catalyst strikes that work-life balance for their employees and doesn’t take anyone for granted.

Series 4 - Episode 22: Meeting the unmet needs of patients with new medicines

Andy Yates Chief Scientific officer at Artelo Biosciences joins the show this week to share his story as well as the innovative programmes Artelo are currently running.

Find out how after dropping out of school at 16 Andy went on to do a Pharmacy degree and later a PhD which helped him explore his love of science and drug development.

Andy and the team at Artelo have been exploring the endocannabinoid therapeutic potential.

Tune in to hear about the various drugs Artelo have formulated including one to treat Cancer Anorexia and Cachexia Syndrome (CACS).

To contact Andy email him at andy@artelobio.com

Connect on LinkedIn

Check out their website

 

Moment 22: Creating meaningful therapies for patients who currently have few or no treatment options

At Artelo Biosciences, their scientific research and clinical development are advancing their understanding of how lipid-signalling modification, including targeting the receptors of the endocannabinoid system, can have an impact in the treatment of cancer and other serious diseases.  

For cancer and its complications such as cancer anorexia-cachexia syndrome, neuropathic pain, anxiety and sleeplessness, they believe their unique platform may lead to meaningful therapies for patients who currently have few or no treatment options.

Tune in this Wednesday to hear Andy's story and the amazing work Artelo Biosciences are doing.

Series 4 - Episode 21: Huxley Morton - Who are we and how did it all start?

Who are the founders of Huxley Morton, what is Huxley Morton about, and what is the back story?

This week Adam and the founders discuss how Covid-19 killed HM’s very successful Engineering focused Recruitment business.

How James and Lucy came back fighting!

What they are doing differently to conquer a new market!

 

Moment 21: What are Hiring managers really looking for in a new employee?

Today's moment is a clip from our conversation with Aman Khera where she shared some great insights into what she looks for as a Hiring Manager. Aman provides some great tips to candidates in the interview process.

To watch the full episode click here

Series 4 - Episode 20: Professional Basketball Player to Cannabis Plant Botanist - Dozie Mbonu

This week’s guest is Dozie Mbonu a former professional basketball player turned plant scientist.

Dozie embarked into the cannabis, botany/ plant physiology/bioscience and sustainability world after being inspired by his aunt Dr. Carol Janerette's life’s work.

With the goal of leaving the world in a much better condition than when they came, they founded Janerette’s Eco-Friendly Fungi LLC. A company that sustainably solved agriculture, forestry and environmental challenges.

Through various trials they found their beneficial fungi helps plants grow extremely large, increases nutrient levels, increases cannabinoid and terpene levels as well as keeping plants organic and protects plants from certain pathogens and pest.

Tune in to hear how Dozie feels he is in the right place at the right time and has a product that everyone needs.

 

Moment 20: From Sports to Science!

This week’s guest is Dozie Mbonu a former professional basketball player turned plant scientist.

Dozie embarked into the cannabis, botany/ plant physiology/bioscience and sustainability world after being inspired by his aunt Dr. Carol Janerette life’s work.

With the goal of leaving the world in a much better condition than when they came, they founded Janerette’s Eco-Friendly Fungi LLC.

Series 4 - Episode 19: Bringing safety to the Lifescience sector

Jennifer Reilly is President & COO here at Safety Partners a Certified Women-Owned business, that leverages science backgrounds to deliver environmental health and safety (EHS) programs to life science and technology companies across the US. 

Jennifer Reilly has a unique journey in becoming the President and COO of Safety Partners, with a not-so-linear path starting as a part-time consultant at the company. 

Jennifer shares her early passion for science, the importance of managerial support, and her choice to pick safety over all other opportunities.

 

Moment 19: Top 5 must read resources as voted by our guests

You may not know it but according to Fast Company, the average number of books read by a CEO is 5 per Month!

That’s not bad going…. But what are they reading?

We ask this question every week on the Huxley Morton Podcast and wanted to share the top recommendations.

  • Irene Woerner, CEO of Emtruth recommended Google scholar as a great resource.
  • CJ Anderson, CEO of CCT Research recommended The ride of a lifetime by Robert Iger.
  • Arti Bhosale, Co-Founder of Sieve Health recommended The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho.
  • Megan Hefner, Clinical operations consultant recommended ADHD 2.0 by Edward M.Hallowell,M.D., and John J Ratey.M.D.
  • Kyle McAllister, VP, Data Analytics at CCT Research recommended Breath by James Nester.

Series 4 - Episode 18: Cross- disciplinary collaboration to accelerate the approval of treatments and cures for patients and families

Today James is joined by Klaus Romero, Chief Scientific Officer for Critical Path Institute ( C-Path) an independent nonprofit, public-private partnership with the FDA created under the auspices of the FDA’s Critical Path Initiative program in 2005.

Tune in to hear Klaus’s story and how C-path have achieved what they set out to do. Providing the legal and scientific infrastructure to create a uniquely neutral environment for industry, academia, regulators and other government agencies, to work together to accelerate and de-risk the medical product development process. 

 

Moment 18: Accelerating the medical product development process

Creating a uniquely neutral environment for Industry, academia, regulators and other government agencies, to work together to accelerate and de-risk the medical product development process.

This week James speaks to Klaus Romero about how C-Path provides the legal and Scientific infrastructure to achieve just this

Series 4 - Episode 16: Living and working with Autism and ADD

This week Ed Hearn speaks to James and Adam about being diagnosed with Autism and ADD (attention deficit disorder) aged 38.

Ed shares his experiences growing up and how he always felt he was different and felt like an alien at times.

A chance encounter led him to take the tests which gave him his diagnosis.

Ed describes the diagnosis as a weight being lifted off his shoulders and not just labelled.

Working as a Data Management Consultant Ed now hosts bi-weekly coffee mornings for fellow neurodiverse employees and those who have children who are neurodiverse.

In this very open and honest conversation, Ed shares his story and how employers can support and get the best out of their neurodiverse employees.

 

Moment 16: A weight was lifted after my diagnosis

In today’s moment, we share a short clip from next week’s conversation with Ed Hearn about living and working with Autism.

After being diagnosed aged 38 Ed felt like a weight had been lifted off his shoulders.

Ed now hosts bi-weekly coffee mornings with his neurodiverse colleagues and invites parents with children who are neurodiverse to join.

A truly inspiring story and one not to be missed make sure you check out this clip and set a reminder for the full episode next Wednesday.

Series 4 - Episode 15: A proactive approach to patient recruitment, reducing human limitations and missed opportunities

This week James spoke to Arti Bhosale co-founder of Sieve health.

A former Dentist turned Clinical Researcher, Arti is now an entrepreneur bringing new and inspiring innovations to the Clinical research industry.

Sieve Health helps clients take a proactive approach to patient recruitment reducing human limitations and missed opportunities by using advanced technology

Their proprietary AI/ML/NLP based algorithm performs the complex time-consuming trial processes so clients can save time and money.

Here’s a short clip of what’s to come on the show tomorrow.

If you enjoy the stories we share please do give us a like and hit the subscribe button as it helps the algorithm widen our reach.

 

Moment 15: Cutting the patient recruitment process from 20 months to just 5 days!

This week we speak to Arti Bhosale a former Dentist turned Clinical Researcher.

After several years in the industry, Arti is now the Co-founder of Sieve Health a platform that uses a proprietary AI/ML/NLP based Algorithm to optimize the process and analyse the clinical data to enable faster and more diverse patient recruitment.

Tune in this Wednesday to hear Arti’s story and learn more about this incredible technology!

Series 4 - Episode 14: A new way to ask and offer your help to friends and family

Esther Howard founded Bezyl to help veterans with PTSD and cancer patients build the mental strength they need to conquer each day.

An app that helps you receive and give support to loved ones when needed. Removing the difficulty some experience when asking for help.

Not only is the Bezyl available for those in America but it’s currently being globalised and translated so that it can be used by people in Ukraine.

Tune in to hear how Bezyl has fast-tracked its plans and has globalized the app to make it available to those in Ukraine.

 

Moment 14: Simplifying communication to reduce the anxiety of asking for help.

Esther Howard founded Bezyl to help veterans with PTSD and cancer patients build the mental strength they need to conquer each day.

With the breakout of the war in Ukraine, it became very clear that there are a lot more people that could benefit from the Bezyl App.

Tune in to hear how Bezyl has fast-tracked its plans and has globalized the app to make it available to those in Ukraine.

The full episode is out on Wednesday.

Series 4 - Episode 13: Feasibility Studies based on Real Data- Changing the way it’s previously been done

CCT Research is a network of clinical research sites embedded in the offices of skilled physicians across the U.S.

This week James and Adam are joined by CEO CJ Anderson and the VP, Data & Analytics Kyle McAllister sharing the story of CCT research and how they have achieved such huge success in a very short period of time.

 

Moment 13: Changing lives of Patients by bringing future meds to market.

The demand for patients and physicians to participate in clinical trials has never been so high according to CJ Anderson, CEO of CCT Research.

CCT Research is successfully bringing clinical research into Physicians’ offices to make those advanced treatments available to patients.

This week CJ and Kyle McAllister, VP of Data & Analytics share the story of CCT and how they are doing things differently

 

Series 4 - Episode 12: Stop the Stigma! Lets talk about mental health

We all have mental health - Good or Bad!

But what do we do when it becomes bad or develops into a disorder? In this week’s episode of The Huxley, Morton Podcast James speaks to Mel Newnam, Mental Health Coach and Founder of Mind Oxygen.

This week’s discussion breaks down:

  • What is Mental Health?
  • Supporting Friends and family with poor mental health
  • Coping with panic attacks
  • Five ways to wellness

 

Moment 12: Burnout is on the rise due to our ‘switched on’ culture

This week James speaks to Mel Newnam founder and mental health coach.

After Huxley Morton attended Mel’s mental health first aid course we felt it our duty to get her on the show to share some of the startling figures around mental health and some of the coping methods you can use to either help yourself or someone close to you who may be suffering.

 

Series 4 - Episode 11: Confidence is an outcome – helping Lifescience Leaders create High-performance organisations

Jeff Harmon helps Pharma and Biotech CEOs dismantle huge tasks and create a leadership and culture operating system to create a high-performance Organisation.

Jeff has been coaching leaders in business for over 15 years today he shares his story with James and Adam.

Contact Jeff

Visit Brilliance Within Coaching

 

Moment 11: Drawing the best out of Lifescience leaders

What does it take to create great values, culture and leadership within an organisation?

Supporting Lifescience leaders to move through the fear and be their best to create a high- performing organisations

This week James and Adam speak to Jeff Harmon Owner and Head Coach from Brilliance within Coaching and Consulting.

 

Series 4 - Episode 10: Enabling patient-centric clinical trials with blockchain with Irene Woerner - CEO EmTRUTH

Enabling patient-centric clinical trials with blockchain is the focus of the podcast this week.

Irene Woerner CEO of emTRUTH discusses why as we move into more digitized, distributed and/ or decentralized clinical trials it’s so important to build trust in the data and trust in the process.

We also have a different Co-host, this week Aman Khera helps James understand more about Blockchain and the staggering benefits this can bring to Clinical Research.

Contact Irene

Find out more about emTRUTH

 

Moment 10: Using Blockchain in healthcare with Irene Woerner and Guest Co-host Aman Khera

When most of us think Blockchain, we think Cryptocurrency, we think NFTs.

Most of us have no idea that Blockchain is now being used in the healthcare space.

Here’s a snippet of the conversation guest-host Aman Khera and James have with EmTRUTH CEO Irene Woerner explaining how it works, and the staggering benefits this can bring to pharma and Clinical Research.

 

Series 4 - Episode 9: What's next for Ukrainian based CRO Pharmaxi! Showing resilience when your country is at war

Imagine having just one hour to assemble all your documents, food, water and belongings to get you and your family out of a war zone!

That's what Yuriy Lebed CEO of Ukrainian CRO Pharmaxi had to do

Today Yuriy shares his story about what is happening in Ukraine at the moment and what impact that is having on his family, business and employees.

Contact Yuriy

 

Moment 9: Waking up to a war, something I never thought would happen - Yuriy Lebed - CEO of Ukrainian CRO

Imagine having just one hour to assemble all your documents, food, water and belongings to get you and your family out of a war zone!

That's what Yuriy Lebed CEO of Ukrainian CRO Pharmaxi had to do

And yet he remains so calm, collected and positive about the future of both his transforming CRO business and Ukraine as a country adamant that they will all come out stronger from this adversity!

 

Series 4 - Episode 8: Overcoming a Physical and Mental Breakdown- Adam Walker 

Working in Clinical research can be stressful, something our Co-Host Adam Walker knows only too well!!

This week Adam steps into the spotlight and shares what happened to him when he worked too hard and spread himself too thin in all areas of his life!

Adam's heart-breaking story serves as a stern reminder that we all need to look after ourselves and make a conscious effort to manage our mental health.

Adam hopes by sharing his story will help those who may not even realise they are on a path to destruction, stop and review their lifestyle before it's too late!

 

Moment 8: What are you running away from! – Mental health special

In these 'Moment' clips we will be selecting our favourite sections from upcoming or previous episodes of The Huxley Morton Podcast. 

No doubt you've seen Adam interviewing some of our Guests with James but this week it was his turn in the spotlight.

Tune in to hear Adam's struggles with his mental health over the years, How he's overcome them and what he recommends to those struggling themselves.

Full episode out on Wednesday!

 

Series 4 - Episode 7: Chris Palk - Developing Healthcare Apps

Are Apps the future? It would seem that way there's an app for everything these days!

This week Chris Palk from Dabapps shares his story of how his company has grown due to the demand for Apps and discusses the assessments and complexities of developing Healthcare apps.

To get in touch with Chris, connect with him on LinkedIn

 

Moment 7: What's your WHY? - Dr Ian White

In these 'Moment' clips we will be selecting our favourite sections from upcoming or previous episodes of The Huxley Morton Podcast. 

The drug development and Clinical Research industry is filled with so many amazing individuals. We are so fortunate to have been able to speak to so many great people and share their incredible stories.

This is Dr Ian White's WHY!

If you want to hear more of his story check out his full episode.

 

Series 4 - Episode 6: The corporate world isn't ready for bring your 'Whole Self' to work - Stuart McCully

Everyone says we should bring our 'whole-self' to work. But is the corporate world ready?

Stuart McCully doesn't think so. 

In this week's episode, he speaks to us about his challenges with Mental health, how the corporate world has treated him and what he thinks is the way forward.

He also shares what it's like to live with mental health challenges, how he deals with things and what he'd recommend for any of you experiencing the same.

Enjoy the show!

 

Moment 6: The corporate world isn't ready for bring your 'Whole Self' to work - Stuart McCully

Everyone says we should bring our 'whole-self' to work. But is the corporate world ready?

Stuart McCully doesn't think so.

Here is a mash-up of quotes from his upcoming conversation with James and Adam, where he opens up about his challenges with Mental health, how the corporate world has treated him and what he thinks is the way forward.

 

Series 4 - Episode 5: Bryon Bhagwandin- Identifying Toxic Stress in Children

12-15% of kids in America are suffering from a dysregulated stress system after the pandemic that number is estimated to have doubled so 1 in 3 children are probably starting to suffer and it's showing in their mental health.

It's a slippery slope and that can then develop into

  • Anxiety disorders
  • Learning disorders
  • Failure to develop robust executive function, a combination of memory, cost-benefit analysis and planning
  • Increased risk of diabetes, terminal cancer, heart disease, stroke and pulmonary disease.

With the current world events and the onslaught of Covid -19, this technology is needed more than ever to save our children.

To reach out to Byron Bhagwandin contact him via https://www.linkedin.com/in/bryonbhagwandin/

Want to Learn more about Huxley Morton contact us: https://www.huxleymorton.com/contact.php

Follow us on Social Media: https://www.linkedin.com/company/huxley-morton-limited/

 

Moment 5: Bryon Bhagwandin, CEO at Recalibrate Solutions on the impact of Toxic Stress in Children

In these 'Moment' clips we will be selecting our favourite sections from upcoming or previous episodes of The Huxley Morton Podcast.

This week on The Huxley Morton Podcast!

  • Mental health disorders
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Learning disorders
  • Failure to develop robust executive function, a combination of memory, cost-benefit analysis and planning
  • Increased risk of diabetes, terminal cancer, heart disease, stroke and pulmonary disease.

The above is the potential long term effects a result of Toxic Stress the overstimulation of a child's stress system in the absence of a buffer.

This week we speak to Byron Bagwandin who is developing a test that can identify the stress levels in a child to allow early intervention to overcome and avoid any long term effects.

Join James and Adam on Wednesday to hear the full story

 

Series 4 - Episode 4: Arrow DX, Combining Nanotechnology and Artificial Intelligence to create tests to screen early (NAFLD)

This week James and Adam speak to Edward Olano Co-Founder & CEO and Murph McKeon CFO of Arrow DX.

Arrow Dx is combining Nanotechnology and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to create an inexpensive, sensitive test to screen early for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).

Their aim is to provide physicians with an alternative to a liver biopsy that detects the disease too late. They are working to solve the lack of rapid, reliable, point-of-care, and inexpensive diagnostic devices by bringing faster, inexpensive and mobile testing for many other applications that require rapid response (e.g., epidemic/pandemics, public health crisis, early diagnosis for rising complex non-communicable diseases, testing in emergency rooms).

Tune in to hear how Arrow DX was founded and how it's going.

 

Moment 4: Edward Olano and Murph Mckeon creating Inexpensive Diagnostics

In these 'Moment' clips we will be selecting our favourite sections from upcoming or previous episodes of The Huxley Morton Podcast. 

Arrow DX are utilizing Artificial Intelligence and Nanotechnology to enhance detection.

Edward and his team hope to make testing more accurate, accessible, and inexpensive across the Globe.

Their proprietary technology allows for an enhanced detection method necessary for the early diagnosis of many diseases such as COVID-19, E.coli, and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) such that an effective treatment can be found thus making it easier for both the patient and physician.

Join Adam and James on Wednesday to hear Edward and Murph's story.

 

Series 4 - Episode 3: Let's Normalize Mental Health with Miguel Olave, Mental Health Advocate and LinkedIn Creator

It's time to normalize and start talking about Mental health without feeling embarrassed or ashamed. Just like we talk about cancer, diabetes, or heart disease. We all know someone who suffers, or we suffer ourselves. Not a single person is immune from this. Not. A. Single. One.

This is why we have decided to dedicate some of our episodes on The Huxley Morton Podcast to Mental Health.

We have some extremely brave guests who have agreed to come on the show to share their stories in the hope that it will help others and dismantle the stigma around talking about mental health.

This week Miguel Olave, Mental health Advocate and LinkedIn Creator shares his story. Opening up about his darker moments and whilst on the journey to recovery himself Miguel wants to help others get comfortable with the uncomfortable and normalize Mental Health

It's time to end the stigma!

 

Moment 3: Miguel Olave - The problem is never the problem

In these 'Moment' clips we will be selecting our favourite sections from upcoming or previous episodes of The Huxley Morton Podcast. 

In this episode, we focus on Mental health in the hope to help people start talking. It's time to dismantle the stigma around mental health and normalize the fact that it's ok to ask for help.

Miguel Olave, Mental health Advocate and LinkedIn Creator shares his story. Opening up about his darker moments and whilst on the journey to recovery himself Miguel wants to help others get comfortable with the uncomfortable and normalize Mental Health

So, make sure you hit the follow button, so you don't miss the full episode when it comes out on Wednesday 16th  February 2022!

 

Series 4 - Episode 2: Conceive, Create and Develop with Marty Keiser Founder and CEO of IV BioHoldings

Transforming early detection & precision health

Marty Keiser is an entrepreneur and the founder of IV BioHoldings, a bio platform company founded in 2018 where they conceive, create and develop 1st class liquid biopsy companies all focused on early detection and precision health.

Over the last 3 years, Marty and his team have since launched three companies out of IVBH

  • Liquid Lung -Pulmonary disease
  • Hepgene -Metabolic disease
  • Mammogen - Women's health

All companies have three things in common

  • Focused on very specific biological processes and systems
  • All based on Novel proprietary RNA technologies
  • They are not just focused on diagnostics, the comprehensive nature of their scientific platforms unlocks different insights and applications from early detection, to better and easier, more confirmatory diagnostics tools as well as guiding some therapeutic insights and more precise treatment decisions

In this week's episode, Marty shares his story of how he got into the industry having previously worked on Wall Street.

Marty's passion for change and eagerness to dismantle healthcare silos translates throughout the interview and is completely awe-inspirin

 

Moment 2: Marty Keiser on Dismantling Healthcare Silos!

In these 'Moment' clips we will be selecting our favourite sections from upcoming or previous episodes of The Huxley Morton Podcast.

In this episode, Award-winning Marty Keiser, Entrepreneur, and Founder of IV BioHoldings tell his story of how he left Wall Street to pursue a more fulfilling role in life with a vision to dramatically reduce the time, cost and risk associated with healthcare innovation.

Marty's passion for change and eagerness to dismantle healthcare silos translates throughout the interview and is completely awe-inspiring

So, make sure you hit the follow button, so you don't miss the full episode when it comes out on Wednesday 9th February 2022!

 

Series 4 - Episode 1: Getting it done together - with award winning Laurie Halloran, Founder and CEO of Halloran Consulting Group

This week's guest Laurie Halloran exudes authenticity starting her career as a nurse to working at Parexel when they had a headcount of just 40. Award-winning Laurie shares her story about how she started out in the industry and went on to identify a problem that needed addressing.

Laurie is dedicated to the idea that every company deserves the best practices and know-how in the life science world, regardless of its size, its name or its financial situation.

Laurie and her team at Halloran Consulting and now recognised as industry experts in improving the organisational effectiveness of those companies.

Laurie is really one of a kind and has such a broad wealth of knowledge and wisdom, from Leadership to people management it's safe to say she's a master within her field.

Laurie Halloran - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hallorancg/

Watch us on YouTube - https://youtu.be/b-UHU65NLiM

 

Moment 1: Laurie Halloran on why failure is a great teacher

In these 'Moment' episodes we will be selecting our favourite sections from upcoming or previous episodes of The Huxley Morton Podcast. 

In this episode, Award-winning Laurie Halloran, Founder and CEO of Halloran Consulting shares her story of how she got into the industry and why she doesn't want Halloran consulting to grow too large.

Laurie shares so many words of wisdom it's quite possibly one of the most insightful episodes we've had to date. 

So, make sure you hit the follow button so you don't miss the full episode when it comes out on Friday 4th February 2022.

 

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