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Episode 25: Dr. Peter Pirolli, Researcher In Human-Machine Cognition

With a PhD in cognitive psychology and being a researcher at the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition, Dr. Peter Pirolli is at the cutting edge of the Bay Area human-machine interface arena. His current mission is to deliver AI based coaching for sustained behavior change. A great listen for the Neuralink and Elon Musk fans. Transcript Dr. Haroon Kazem: Hey, guys, thanks for joining us on another episode of the Body Clock podcast by Owaves. If you haven’t already, please remember to download the Free Owaves app on the Apple App Store. It’s the number one wellness app on the App Store. It’s fun. It’s easy to use and it will allow you to effectively plan your day. It works great as a visual planner. And please remember to tell your friends and family. Also if you’re enjoying the show, please do us a huge, huge favor and leave us a five star rating on your podcast app. As always, thanks for listening and hope you enjoy the show. Dr. Sohaib Imitiaz: Hi, guys. Welcome to another episode of the Body Clock podcast by Owaves today. I’ve got a very intriguing guest, Peter Pirolli, who is just phenomenal in terms of what he’s achieved and done. And so, he is an expert in computational psychology and artificial intelligence research. He’s also working in human computer interaction and human and machine cognition at the Florida Institute. He’s based in San Francisco. He studied at top universities such as the Carnegie Mellon University, where he did a PHD in cognitive psychology, as well as being an associate professor at UC Berkeley. And so there’s a whole wide range of topics of where psychology, cognition, and artificial intelligence meet, and Peter can tell us a little bit more about his background and what he’s doing currently. So, hey, Peter, thanks for coming on the podcast. Dr. Peter Pirolli: Well, thank you for having me. Dr. Sohaib Imitiaz: It’s a pleasure. So it’d be great if you could tell the listeners about a, what you’re up to now. Especially with, you know, working at the human and machine cognition, the Florida Institute. Because that sounds very exciting. And I think a lot of people would not any idea what’s happening and how you’ll pushing the boundaries. And then also going to a bit about your background. It will interested you in kind of behavior science as well as combining that with technology. Dr. Peter Pirolli: Sure. So I am kind of a recent addition to the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition, although I’ve known the folks there, in particular the director, Ken Ford, for a couple of decades now. And it’s a very interesting place, partly because it does such a variety of research. It started off being fairly focused in on studies of human cognition, human centered computation and understanding artificial intelligence. And now it’s kind of broadened out to a number of other areas, including human health, resilience of performance and cyber security, looking at trying to understand autonomy and autonomous systems. And in a very big effort in robotics. So they have various successful robotics team. That’s done very well in some of the DARPA robotics challenges. And they’ve taken kind of a unique approach to all of that. So I’ve followed their work for a long time, and I’m very happy to have joined that organization. And my own work is diverse. So I had a degree in cognitive psychology from Carnegie Mellon, which is a very heavy A.I. institute and has been since the dawn of artificial intelligence. In fact, two of the most significant people in artificial intelligence, Herbert Simon and Alan Newell founded the A.I. in the 50s and at CMU, and I was fortunate to be there while they were still alive. And in my own interest, it was in psychology, but it had a very A.I. flavor to it.

54 MIN1 weeks ago
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Episode 25: Dr. Peter Pirolli, Researcher In Human-Machine Cognition

Episode 24: Dr. Cameron Sepah, Professor of Psychiatry, Executive Coach and Investor

Dr. Cameron Sepah is a Harvard and UCLA-trained psychologist and UCSF Medical School psychiatry professor. He is also a team member and clinical lead of B2B2C digital therapeutics company Omada Health. Dr Cameron also is also a psychologist to CEOs and VCs. Transcript Dr. Haroon Kazem: Hey, guys. Thanks for joining us on another episode of the Body Clock podcast by Owaves. If you haven’t already, please remember to download the Free Owaves app on the Apple App Store. It’s the number one wellness app on the App Store. It’s fun. It’s easy to use, and it will allow you to effectively plan your day. It works great as a visual planner. And please remember to tell your friends and family. Also, if you’re enjoying the show, please do us a huge, huge favor and leave us a five star rating on your podcast app. As always, thanks for listening and hope you enjoy the show. Dr. Sohaib Imtiaz: Hi, guys. Welcome to another episode of the Body Clock podcast for Owaves. Today, I’m lucky to be j...

101 MIN2 weeks ago
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Episode 24: Dr. Cameron Sepah, Professor of Psychiatry, Executive Coach and Investor

Episode 23: Doctor’s Kitchen, Rupy Aujla, MD

Dr. Rupy Aujla is a medical doctor specializing in general practice. He also does a bit of emergency medicine and is a firm believer in the power of food and lifestyle change as medicine. He is founder of Doctor’s Kitchen and the best-selling author of Eat to Beat Illness. Transcript Dr. Sohaib Imtiaz: Hi guys, welcome to another episode of the Body Clock podcast with Owaves. Today, I’m delighted to have my fellow colleague and clinical entrepreneu, Dr. Rupy, who’s better known as the Doctors Kitchen He’s done some phenomenal stuff in the space of lifestyle and he continues to be the pioneer in this field with a massive social media presence. That’s how I first came across him. So, meeting him in person was a bit of one of those celebrity type moments, and I was honestly quite delighted to see him and he is actually generally as friendly and happy as well in person as he appears in social media. So, it’s generally, very genuine. So, he has written quite a few books now with hi...

41 MIN3 weeks ago
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Episode 23: Doctor’s Kitchen, Rupy Aujla, MD

Episode 22: Dr Taylor Burrowes, PhD, Mental Health Coach

Dr. Burrowes has 14 years of clinical mental health and marriage/family experience and a PhD in Marriage, Couples and Family Counseling. She was licensed in Florida as a mental health counselor and marriage and family therapist until April 2019, but she decided to officially leave health care and continue providing value through coaching for the mutual benefit of her clients and herself. In this episode we dive into what makes healthy relationships and how coaching can help with mental health. Transcript Dr. Haroon Kazem: Today’s episode of the Body Clock Podcast is brought to you by Dermala. Dermala is a personalized acne treatment kit that fights the cause of acne, not just the symptoms. Acne happens when bad bacteria overpower your good bacteria. Dermala uses the power of your microbiome to strengthen the good bacteria to fight the acne causing bad bacteria on and in your body. Each kit contains four products formulated to individual needs – an AM/PM cleanser, AM/PM treatment p...

35 MINAUG 20
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Episode 22: Dr Taylor Burrowes, PhD, Mental Health Coach

Episode 21: Quantified Bob, Entrepreneur, Biohacker, Self-Quantification Geek

Bob is a New York City-based technology entrepreneur, biohacker, and self-quantification geek focused on the intersection of data-driven citizen science, health and wellness, human performance, longevity, and personal optimization. “Hack, track, analyze, optimize, rinse, repeat,” comes from his background in software development, where concepts such as iterative software development and “lean startup” methodology have emerged. He seeks to not only continuously gain new insights about himself, but also challenge and reshape previously held beliefs. Transcript Dr. Haroon Kazem: Today’s episode of the Body Clock Podcast is brought to you by Dermala. Dermala is a personalized acne treatment kit that fights the cause of acne, not just the symptoms. Acne happens when bad bacteria overpower your good bacteria. Dermala uses the power of your microbiome to strengthen the good bacteria to fight the acne causing bad bacteria on and in your body. Each kit contains four products formulated ...

86 MINJUL 15
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Episode 21: Quantified Bob, Entrepreneur, Biohacker, Self-Quantification Geek

Episode 20: Anushka Patchava MD, Population and Digital Health Expert

Dr. Anushka Patchava is a Cambridge medical graduate who is currently working at Aetna. Outside of work, her interests are embedded in the three C’s: CrossFit (power-lifting), charity (she is a dedicated volunteer, founder and fund-raiser) and creations (be it artwork or social enterprise apps). She has advised a variety of health related startups on their journey to commercialization and is most invigorated by this sort of work. In 2003, aged 18, she was the second youngest person to complete the London Marathon — making it around the course in under 5 hours despite fracturing her knee joint at 8 miles! She continues to be active all year round, summiting mountains (most recently SE Asia’s tallest; Mt Kinabalu) and at national powerlifting competitions amongst other things! She is a leader in the field of population health and is exploring blockchain and AI solutions for healthcare. Transcript Dr. Haroom Kazem: Today’s episode of the Body Clock podcast is brought to you by Derm...

53 MINMAY 27
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Episode 20: Anushka Patchava MD, Population and Digital Health Expert

Episode 19: Aaliya Yaqub, MD (@ClearSkinDoc), Physician, Skin Expert and Technology Entrepreneur

Known as @ClearSkinDoc on Instagram, Dr. Aaliya Yaqub has amassed a large following as an influencer. She is board-certified in internal medicine with a fellowship in dermatology and an adjunct clinical professor at Stanford. Aaliya is very active in Silicon Valley and the Health tech startup space. Formerly part of the founding team at Forward health, she later worked at Facebook as part of the medical team. Currently she is an advisor to several startups and has also founded startups herself. Having an interest and expertise in skin health we discuss a range of skin-related topics, the emerging field of beauty tech, her journey into startups as well as living a healthy life. Transcript Dr. Haroon Kazem: Today’s episode of the body clock podcast is brought to you by Dermala. Dermala is a personalized acne treatment kit that fights the cause of acne, not just the symptoms. Acne happens when bad bacteria overpower your good bacteria. Dermala uses the power of your microbiome to stre...

52 MINMAY 10
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Episode 19: Aaliya Yaqub, MD (@ClearSkinDoc), Physician, Skin Expert and Technology Entrepreneur

Episode 18: Thomas Dannhauser, PhD Psychiatry, Neuroscientist and Health Entrepreneur

Dr. Thomas Dannhauser is a consultant psychiatrist, neuroscientist, and health entrepreneur with more than 20 years’ of clinical experience. He qualified in London and received his PhD from University College London where he was appointed Honorary Senior Lecturer in psychiatry. He used the skills and experience that he gained to help his patients with cutting-edge, research-based treatments to prevent, cure and treat mental health problems. The treatment and health promotion programmes that he has developed have already helped more than 20 000 people. In this episode we discuss Dr. Dannhauser’s background and how Owaves can help aid in mental health. Transcript Dr. Haroon Kazem: Hey guys thanks for joining us on another episode of the Body Clock Podcast by Owaves. If you haven’t already please remember to download the free Owaves app on the Apple App Store. It’s the number one wellness app on the App Store. It’s fun. It’s easy to use and it will allow you to effectively plan y...

87 MINAPR 3
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Episode 18: Thomas Dannhauser, PhD Psychiatry, Neuroscientist and Health Entrepreneur

Episode 17: Darshan Shah MD, Plastic Surgeon and Entrepreneur

Dr. Darshan Shah is a health and wellness specialist, well known Board Certified surgeon, published author, tech entrepreneur, and founder and CEO of Beautologie and Next|Health. As an expert on all body systems, he has performed over 10,000 surgical procedures, including trauma surgery, general surgery and plastic/reconstructive procedures. As a health and wellness specialist, he has advised thousands of patients on how to optimize their well-being and extend their lifespan, culminating in the creation of Next|Health, the “Apple Store” of Health and Wellness offering healthspan and lifespan extending technology and treatments in a beautiful, welcoming environment. He also features regularly giving talks at Exponential Medicine at Singularity University with a focus on longevity and technology. Transcript Haroon Kazem:Hey guys thanks for joining us on another episode of the body clock podcast by Owaves. If you haven’t already please remember to download the free Owaves app on the...

52 MINFEB 28
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Episode 17: Darshan Shah MD, Plastic Surgeon and Entrepreneur

Episode 16: Bill Lagakos, PhD Nutritional Biochemistry and Circadian Biology

Dr. Bill Lagakos is CEO of Calories Proper and Circadian Medicine Expert. He has a PhD in Nutritional Biochemistry and Physiology with a focus on obesity, insulin resistance, and circadian biology. In this episode we discuss the science behind the body clock and how to optimise your circadian rhythm. Transcript Dr. Haroom Kazem:Hey guys thanks for joining us on another episode of the body clock podcast by Owaves. If you haven’t already, please remember to download the free Owaves app on the Apple App Store. It’s the number one wellness app on the App Store. It’s fun. It’s easy to use and it will allow you to effectively plan your day. It works great as a visual planner. And please remember to tell your friends and family. Also, if you’re enjoying the show, please do us a huge, huge favor and leave us a five-star rating on your podcast app as always. Thanks for listening and hope you enjoy the show. Dr. Sohaib Imtiaz:Hi guys welcome to another episode of the body clock podcast. ...

61 MINFEB 21
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Episode 16: Bill Lagakos, PhD Nutritional Biochemistry and Circadian Biology

Latest Episodes

Episode 25: Dr. Peter Pirolli, Researcher In Human-Machine Cognition

With a PhD in cognitive psychology and being a researcher at the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition, Dr. Peter Pirolli is at the cutting edge of the Bay Area human-machine interface arena. His current mission is to deliver AI based coaching for sustained behavior change. A great listen for the Neuralink and Elon Musk fans. Transcript Dr. Haroon Kazem: Hey, guys, thanks for joining us on another episode of the Body Clock podcast by Owaves. If you haven’t already, please remember to download the Free Owaves app on the Apple App Store. It’s the number one wellness app on the App Store. It’s fun. It’s easy to use and it will allow you to effectively plan your day. It works great as a visual planner. And please remember to tell your friends and family. Also if you’re enjoying the show, please do us a huge, huge favor and leave us a five star rating on your podcast app. As always, thanks for listening and hope you enjoy the show. Dr. Sohaib Imitiaz: Hi, guys. Welcome to another episode of the Body Clock podcast by Owaves today. I’ve got a very intriguing guest, Peter Pirolli, who is just phenomenal in terms of what he’s achieved and done. And so, he is an expert in computational psychology and artificial intelligence research. He’s also working in human computer interaction and human and machine cognition at the Florida Institute. He’s based in San Francisco. He studied at top universities such as the Carnegie Mellon University, where he did a PHD in cognitive psychology, as well as being an associate professor at UC Berkeley. And so there’s a whole wide range of topics of where psychology, cognition, and artificial intelligence meet, and Peter can tell us a little bit more about his background and what he’s doing currently. So, hey, Peter, thanks for coming on the podcast. Dr. Peter Pirolli: Well, thank you for having me. Dr. Sohaib Imitiaz: It’s a pleasure. So it’d be great if you could tell the listeners about a, what you’re up to now. Especially with, you know, working at the human and machine cognition, the Florida Institute. Because that sounds very exciting. And I think a lot of people would not any idea what’s happening and how you’ll pushing the boundaries. And then also going to a bit about your background. It will interested you in kind of behavior science as well as combining that with technology. Dr. Peter Pirolli: Sure. So I am kind of a recent addition to the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition, although I’ve known the folks there, in particular the director, Ken Ford, for a couple of decades now. And it’s a very interesting place, partly because it does such a variety of research. It started off being fairly focused in on studies of human cognition, human centered computation and understanding artificial intelligence. And now it’s kind of broadened out to a number of other areas, including human health, resilience of performance and cyber security, looking at trying to understand autonomy and autonomous systems. And in a very big effort in robotics. So they have various successful robotics team. That’s done very well in some of the DARPA robotics challenges. And they’ve taken kind of a unique approach to all of that. So I’ve followed their work for a long time, and I’m very happy to have joined that organization. And my own work is diverse. So I had a degree in cognitive psychology from Carnegie Mellon, which is a very heavy A.I. institute and has been since the dawn of artificial intelligence. In fact, two of the most significant people in artificial intelligence, Herbert Simon and Alan Newell founded the A.I. in the 50s and at CMU, and I was fortunate to be there while they were still alive. And in my own interest, it was in psychology, but it had a very A.I. flavor to it.

54 MIN1 weeks ago
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Episode 25: Dr. Peter Pirolli, Researcher In Human-Machine Cognition

Episode 24: Dr. Cameron Sepah, Professor of Psychiatry, Executive Coach and Investor

Dr. Cameron Sepah is a Harvard and UCLA-trained psychologist and UCSF Medical School psychiatry professor. He is also a team member and clinical lead of B2B2C digital therapeutics company Omada Health. Dr Cameron also is also a psychologist to CEOs and VCs. Transcript Dr. Haroon Kazem: Hey, guys. Thanks for joining us on another episode of the Body Clock podcast by Owaves. If you haven’t already, please remember to download the Free Owaves app on the Apple App Store. It’s the number one wellness app on the App Store. It’s fun. It’s easy to use, and it will allow you to effectively plan your day. It works great as a visual planner. And please remember to tell your friends and family. Also, if you’re enjoying the show, please do us a huge, huge favor and leave us a five star rating on your podcast app. As always, thanks for listening and hope you enjoy the show. Dr. Sohaib Imtiaz: Hi, guys. Welcome to another episode of the Body Clock podcast for Owaves. Today, I’m lucky to be j...

101 MIN2 weeks ago
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Episode 24: Dr. Cameron Sepah, Professor of Psychiatry, Executive Coach and Investor

Episode 23: Doctor’s Kitchen, Rupy Aujla, MD

Dr. Rupy Aujla is a medical doctor specializing in general practice. He also does a bit of emergency medicine and is a firm believer in the power of food and lifestyle change as medicine. He is founder of Doctor’s Kitchen and the best-selling author of Eat to Beat Illness. Transcript Dr. Sohaib Imtiaz: Hi guys, welcome to another episode of the Body Clock podcast with Owaves. Today, I’m delighted to have my fellow colleague and clinical entrepreneu, Dr. Rupy, who’s better known as the Doctors Kitchen He’s done some phenomenal stuff in the space of lifestyle and he continues to be the pioneer in this field with a massive social media presence. That’s how I first came across him. So, meeting him in person was a bit of one of those celebrity type moments, and I was honestly quite delighted to see him and he is actually generally as friendly and happy as well in person as he appears in social media. So, it’s generally, very genuine. So, he has written quite a few books now with hi...

41 MIN3 weeks ago
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Episode 23: Doctor’s Kitchen, Rupy Aujla, MD

Episode 22: Dr Taylor Burrowes, PhD, Mental Health Coach

Dr. Burrowes has 14 years of clinical mental health and marriage/family experience and a PhD in Marriage, Couples and Family Counseling. She was licensed in Florida as a mental health counselor and marriage and family therapist until April 2019, but she decided to officially leave health care and continue providing value through coaching for the mutual benefit of her clients and herself. In this episode we dive into what makes healthy relationships and how coaching can help with mental health. Transcript Dr. Haroon Kazem: Today’s episode of the Body Clock Podcast is brought to you by Dermala. Dermala is a personalized acne treatment kit that fights the cause of acne, not just the symptoms. Acne happens when bad bacteria overpower your good bacteria. Dermala uses the power of your microbiome to strengthen the good bacteria to fight the acne causing bad bacteria on and in your body. Each kit contains four products formulated to individual needs – an AM/PM cleanser, AM/PM treatment p...

35 MINAUG 20
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Episode 22: Dr Taylor Burrowes, PhD, Mental Health Coach

Episode 21: Quantified Bob, Entrepreneur, Biohacker, Self-Quantification Geek

Bob is a New York City-based technology entrepreneur, biohacker, and self-quantification geek focused on the intersection of data-driven citizen science, health and wellness, human performance, longevity, and personal optimization. “Hack, track, analyze, optimize, rinse, repeat,” comes from his background in software development, where concepts such as iterative software development and “lean startup” methodology have emerged. He seeks to not only continuously gain new insights about himself, but also challenge and reshape previously held beliefs. Transcript Dr. Haroon Kazem: Today’s episode of the Body Clock Podcast is brought to you by Dermala. Dermala is a personalized acne treatment kit that fights the cause of acne, not just the symptoms. Acne happens when bad bacteria overpower your good bacteria. Dermala uses the power of your microbiome to strengthen the good bacteria to fight the acne causing bad bacteria on and in your body. Each kit contains four products formulated ...

86 MINJUL 15
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Episode 21: Quantified Bob, Entrepreneur, Biohacker, Self-Quantification Geek

Episode 20: Anushka Patchava MD, Population and Digital Health Expert

Dr. Anushka Patchava is a Cambridge medical graduate who is currently working at Aetna. Outside of work, her interests are embedded in the three C’s: CrossFit (power-lifting), charity (she is a dedicated volunteer, founder and fund-raiser) and creations (be it artwork or social enterprise apps). She has advised a variety of health related startups on their journey to commercialization and is most invigorated by this sort of work. In 2003, aged 18, she was the second youngest person to complete the London Marathon — making it around the course in under 5 hours despite fracturing her knee joint at 8 miles! She continues to be active all year round, summiting mountains (most recently SE Asia’s tallest; Mt Kinabalu) and at national powerlifting competitions amongst other things! She is a leader in the field of population health and is exploring blockchain and AI solutions for healthcare. Transcript Dr. Haroom Kazem: Today’s episode of the Body Clock podcast is brought to you by Derm...

53 MINMAY 27
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Episode 20: Anushka Patchava MD, Population and Digital Health Expert

Episode 19: Aaliya Yaqub, MD (@ClearSkinDoc), Physician, Skin Expert and Technology Entrepreneur

Known as @ClearSkinDoc on Instagram, Dr. Aaliya Yaqub has amassed a large following as an influencer. She is board-certified in internal medicine with a fellowship in dermatology and an adjunct clinical professor at Stanford. Aaliya is very active in Silicon Valley and the Health tech startup space. Formerly part of the founding team at Forward health, she later worked at Facebook as part of the medical team. Currently she is an advisor to several startups and has also founded startups herself. Having an interest and expertise in skin health we discuss a range of skin-related topics, the emerging field of beauty tech, her journey into startups as well as living a healthy life. Transcript Dr. Haroon Kazem: Today’s episode of the body clock podcast is brought to you by Dermala. Dermala is a personalized acne treatment kit that fights the cause of acne, not just the symptoms. Acne happens when bad bacteria overpower your good bacteria. Dermala uses the power of your microbiome to stre...

52 MINMAY 10
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Episode 19: Aaliya Yaqub, MD (@ClearSkinDoc), Physician, Skin Expert and Technology Entrepreneur

Episode 18: Thomas Dannhauser, PhD Psychiatry, Neuroscientist and Health Entrepreneur

Dr. Thomas Dannhauser is a consultant psychiatrist, neuroscientist, and health entrepreneur with more than 20 years’ of clinical experience. He qualified in London and received his PhD from University College London where he was appointed Honorary Senior Lecturer in psychiatry. He used the skills and experience that he gained to help his patients with cutting-edge, research-based treatments to prevent, cure and treat mental health problems. The treatment and health promotion programmes that he has developed have already helped more than 20 000 people. In this episode we discuss Dr. Dannhauser’s background and how Owaves can help aid in mental health. Transcript Dr. Haroon Kazem: Hey guys thanks for joining us on another episode of the Body Clock Podcast by Owaves. If you haven’t already please remember to download the free Owaves app on the Apple App Store. It’s the number one wellness app on the App Store. It’s fun. It’s easy to use and it will allow you to effectively plan y...

87 MINAPR 3
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Episode 18: Thomas Dannhauser, PhD Psychiatry, Neuroscientist and Health Entrepreneur

Episode 17: Darshan Shah MD, Plastic Surgeon and Entrepreneur

Dr. Darshan Shah is a health and wellness specialist, well known Board Certified surgeon, published author, tech entrepreneur, and founder and CEO of Beautologie and Next|Health. As an expert on all body systems, he has performed over 10,000 surgical procedures, including trauma surgery, general surgery and plastic/reconstructive procedures. As a health and wellness specialist, he has advised thousands of patients on how to optimize their well-being and extend their lifespan, culminating in the creation of Next|Health, the “Apple Store” of Health and Wellness offering healthspan and lifespan extending technology and treatments in a beautiful, welcoming environment. He also features regularly giving talks at Exponential Medicine at Singularity University with a focus on longevity and technology. Transcript Haroon Kazem:Hey guys thanks for joining us on another episode of the body clock podcast by Owaves. If you haven’t already please remember to download the free Owaves app on the...

52 MINFEB 28
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Episode 17: Darshan Shah MD, Plastic Surgeon and Entrepreneur

Episode 16: Bill Lagakos, PhD Nutritional Biochemistry and Circadian Biology

Dr. Bill Lagakos is CEO of Calories Proper and Circadian Medicine Expert. He has a PhD in Nutritional Biochemistry and Physiology with a focus on obesity, insulin resistance, and circadian biology. In this episode we discuss the science behind the body clock and how to optimise your circadian rhythm. Transcript Dr. Haroom Kazem:Hey guys thanks for joining us on another episode of the body clock podcast by Owaves. If you haven’t already, please remember to download the free Owaves app on the Apple App Store. It’s the number one wellness app on the App Store. It’s fun. It’s easy to use and it will allow you to effectively plan your day. It works great as a visual planner. And please remember to tell your friends and family. Also, if you’re enjoying the show, please do us a huge, huge favor and leave us a five-star rating on your podcast app as always. Thanks for listening and hope you enjoy the show. Dr. Sohaib Imtiaz:Hi guys welcome to another episode of the body clock podcast. ...

61 MINFEB 21
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Episode 16: Bill Lagakos, PhD Nutritional Biochemistry and Circadian Biology