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TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 2014 Our incredible special guest is Claudia Testa, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Neurology, and Associate Director of Clinical Research and medical director of the new VCU Parkinson's and Movement Disorders Center. The Center aims to integrate research, clinical care, and education and outreach missions in an interdisciplinary collaborative approach to making a difference in movement disorders. Dr. Testa moved to VCU in 2011, where she is excited to lead a new Huntington disease program.
We will be discuss her career of care and research. Read more...
After completing her MD and PhD degrees, Dr. Testa returned to Boston for internship at Beth Israel Hospital, then neurology residency in the Partners program at Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital, where she was a chief resident her final year. She moved to Emory University for a movement disorders fellowship and basic research with Dr. Timothy Greenamyre.
The HDSA Center of Excellence for Huntington Disease at Emory University was an important part of her growth as a clinician and scientist. Over eleven years at Emory she transitioned from fellow to faculty to medical director of the HDSA Center of Excellence, with involvement in several HSG studies. More recently, to enhance her skills in human disease based research she completed a Masters in Clinical and Translational Research (2012) while a faculty member at Emory University. Between Emory and VCU, she has over 13 years’ experience as an HD clinical study investigator, working with symptomatic, pre symptomatic, and HD at risk research participants. Her current research interests are in genetic causes and risks for essential tremor, Huntington disease pre-motor physiology changes, and Huntington disease observational and treatment trials.
The round of 32 also known as the 2nd round of the 2013 NCAA Men's College Basketball Tournament features a total of 4 teams from the South and Midwest region including the VCU Rams (A-10), Memphis Tigers (C-USA), Michigan State Spartans and the Wolverines of Michigan (B1G). T.M.S. provides a complete breakdown of both games scheduled tomorrow @ The Palace of Auburn Hills,MI; Home of the Detroit Pistons.
Shannon is thrilled to have choreographer, Kristin Mancini, as her guest this week. Kristin studied dance with the Richmond Ballet, Riverdance touring company, Broadway Dance Center, Steps on Broadway and The Edge. She earned a B.F.A. in dance and choreography from Virginia Commonwealth University's distinguished dance program. Kristin has worked with an impressive list of dancers and choreographers including Mia Michaels, Tyce Diorio, Barry Youngblood, Avron & Savion Glover, Chris Judd, Bella Lewisky, David Howard and Debbie Allen.
Kristin has enjoyed great success as a choreographer, winning a plethora of awards for the many show choirs with which she has worked and the wide variety of dance teams and studio dancers she has taught. She has also acted as an adjudicator for both show choir and dance competitions. Some of her former students have gone on to perform in Cirque du Soleil, Broadway, professional dance teams and prestigious ballet companies.
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Or a combo of both? Is ICLEI AKA "Local Governments for Sustainability" (the current nom dujure), constitutional? That's the main question that our guest, Sandy Sanders, will tackle.
Elwood Earl "Sandy" Sanders, Jr. is an attorney and political blogger from Virginia who brings many assets to the libertarian/tea party/patriot movement. He has authored or co-authored ten scholarly law review articles either in print or to be published. The tenth one is on why ICLEI is unconstitutional for any US municipality to join as it conducts foreign policy - that is why Sandy is here tonight. He was also Virginia's first Appellate Defender and presently works for a legal printing company in Richmond. Sandy has also been an adjunct at six different colleges and universities, incvluding VCU and the University of Richmond Law School. Of course all these titles do not imply endorsement!
Sandy can be reached through Virginia Right! , a leading conservative/libertarian blog - at email@example.com.
Sandy will be with us for at least the first hour, so be ready with your questions and comments.
There are no definites when it comes to March Madness. With two talented teams and just one game to determine which school advances, hours of analysis can fall by the wayside because one team was on the right end of a couple of lucky breaks.
But now we are down the the Final Four schools in this years NCAA basketball tournament. Many experts voted on who had the best chance to win it all this year here were those experts odds -Team Odds Florida 5/1 Michigan State 11/2 Arizona 8/1 Louisville 8/1 Kansas 10/1 Wichita State 15/1 Syracuse 18/1 Duke 18/1 Virginia 18/1 Wisconsin 20/1 Michigan 30/1 Creighton 35/1 Villanova 35/1 Iowa State 40/1 UCLA 45/1 North Carolina 50/1 Kentucky 50/1 Oklahoma State 60/1 San Diego State 65/1 Ohio State 65/1 Oklahoma 75/1 Baylor 75/1 UConn 80/1 VCU 90/1 Cincinnati 90/1 Pittsburgh 95/1 Oregon 100/1 Tennessee 115/1 New Mexico 115/1 UMass 125/1 Iowa 125/1 Memphis 125/1 Gonzaga 125/1 Texas 125/1 Saint Louis 125/1 Providence 225/1 Stanford 225/1 Kansas State 300/1 St Joseph's 350/1 Nebraska 450/1 Dayton 500/1 BYU 500/1 Colorado 500/1 Xavier 500/1 Arizona State 500/1 George Washington 500/1 N.C. State 900/1 Harvard 1000/1 North Dakota State 1000/1 Field (Any Other Team) 100/1
So now that we have reached the final 4 we will discuss who made it. Did the experts get it right or did an underdog make them all look bad. How did our own Alex and Gabriel do with their prediction for the final 4. We will preview the semi-final matchups and predict for ourselves who will win the NCAA title
Let the games begin!
VCU Associate Head Coach Mike Rhoades visits the Real Sports Guys to discuss the NCAA Tournament Preparation.
Tonight on Sports Talk with Bryan Nolen, Darrek Harris and Mase join the program to look back at the 32 completed games in the NCAA Tournament and preview the Round of 32 on Saturday and Sunday. We will give our predictions for the 16 games and our thoughts on the best matchups, potential upsets and more! Top headlines, what to watch for this weekend and more as we are LIVEE!
Tune in and listen to Licensed Professional Counselor Mayi Dixon as she interviews Dan Martin (Director of the Parenting Ministry of PureHope) as he discusses the best ways to talk to your children about sex and social media. He will discuss why it is important to maintain an ongoing dialogue with our children. Plese log on to Pure Hope http://purehope.net
Dan focuses on developing pureHOPE’s parenting ministry activities and resources, cultivating partnerships with churches across the country, and developing collaborative relationships with para-church organizations in the effort to equip parents to raise kids in the sexualized culture around us.
Prior to joining the ministry in August 2009, Dan was the Regional Vice President of the Southwest region for a national insurance company. He has 18 years of experience in the employee benefits field. He also served as the parenting coach for Chase Oaks Church.
Dan has a degree in Business from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia where he pitched for the VCU baseball team.
Dan and his wife, Kathie, have been blessed with three children—Hayden, Hannah and Tucker—and reside in Murphy, Texas where they are active leaders in their home church.
Host Adam Burke is joined by BangTheBook.com Expert Handicapper and college basketball expert Kyle Hunter to discuss the first four days of March Madness. They'll cover the play-in games between Iowa/Tennessee, Xavier/NC State, give their overall impressions on the bracket, and discuss 10 of Thursday and Friday's second round matchups including Dayton/Ohio State, BYU/Oregon, Mercer/Duke, Oklahoma State/Gonzaga, and Kansas State/Kentucky.
Tonight on Sports Talk with Bryan Nolen, It’s time to look at the East and West Region of the NCAA Tournament! Mase and DH join the program to look at the key games in each region and give our predictions for them. Recap of Mount St Mary’s vs. Albany and updates from Xavier/NC State. Top headlines, NIT scores and more as we are LIVEE!
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