There’s power in storytelling. That’s why podcasts are growing in popularity. Interesting, compelling information about science is in demand. Texas Biomed is helping fill the niche with TXBioBytes from Texas Biomed. We tackle topics like “TB or not TB” and “What do Snails have to do with it?” Click here to listen to the first episode and subscribe! You can sign up by email or on iTunes, Android, Stitcher and TuneIn. Click on the titles below to listen to each individual episode.

Vet Tech Supervisor Laurie Condel at an ultrasound machine

TX Biobytes from Texas Biomed Episode 044 — Vet Techs: Nurses for Animals

Workers in Dr. Kaushal’s lab take part in TB/HIV experiments.

TXBioBytes from Texas Biomed Episode 032 — TB and HIV: Battling Back Against a One-Two Punch

Tissue samples from nonhuman primates make up the tissue bank at the SNPRC.

TXBioBytes from Texas Biomed Episode 025 — Tissue Bank Deposits Generate Interest

HIV on Bridges Between Infected Immune Cell and Uninfected Brain Cell
Courtesy: NIH Image Gallery

TXBioBytes from Texas Biomed Episode 022 – Promising Protection Against a Killer

Helen Lee Breton is part of the research team working on developing a new animal model to study liver cancer.

Tackling Liver Cancer Using CRISPR to Develop a New Animal Model — TXBioBytes Podcast Episode 013

Tom Slick, Jr., is the founder of Texas Biomed.

Tom Slick: Pioneer of the Possible — TXBioBytes Podcast Episode 012

Hundreds of rhesus macaque monkeys are housed at the Southwest National Primate Research Center.

Biomedical Science’s Instrumental Model: Rhesus Macaques — TXBioBytes Podcast Episode 009