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The Phage Therapy Today is the pod dedicated to leaders in the phage therapy industry. We bring you insights into current advancements and challenges in this exciting sector from academia, financial, regulatory, manufacturing and entrepreneurial perspectives. Each episode features accomplished guests serving various roles in developing our bacteriophage-evolved community. If you are a believer in the future shaped by phage therapy and want to share you exciting work with our community, email ...
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Welcome back to Phage Therapy Today! As phage therapy is becoming global, so are funding opportunities. In this week's episode, our guests, Dr. Mercedes Gonzalez from Incubator for Antibacterial Therapies in Europe (INCATE) and Dr. Gregorio Iraola, at Kinzbio sat down with us to talk about these funding opportunities and how startup companies can b…
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Standardizing the phage therapy industry through processes like clinical trails is the way to go . One of the fundamental steps to broader use of phage therapy and successful therapy is producing phages following Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and JAFRAL is the leader in this field. In today's show we sit down with JAFRAL's founder and CEO Dr. …
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As a serial entrepreneur, Johan Wikstroem founded a phage therapy company recently with one goal in mind, to treat his own Mycobacteroides abscessus infection and more people with conditions like himself. Listen in to this week's "Phage Therapy Today" and find out more about how our guest transitioned from tech to biotech and overcoming the hurdles…
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In this week's Phage Therapy Today, we get back together with Dr. Gina Suh to learn about her recent progress and experience in the application of phage therapy at Mayo Clinic. If you are interested in learning about the first case of phage therapy in treatment of a cardiology case, leading to a successful heart transplant after the clearing of hea…
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As more phage-based and phage-derived products and therapies emerge, swift decisions and strategies in drug development, designing clinical trials and approaching regulatory agencies come in handy. In this week's Phage Therapy Today, we sit down with Dr. Carrie-Lynn Langlais Furr, coming from a solid bacteriophage science background and coming with…
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Happy Tuesday everyone and welcome back to phage therapy today! Listen in to today's episode, we sit down with Dr. Ben Temperton, Professor at University of Exeter and founder of Citizen Phage Library. Learn about Dr. Temperton's journey and his vision for how citizen phage library can help shape the phage therapy landscape. Let's give it a listen!…
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Phage killing bacteria is cool but understanding phages and engineering their molecular biology is just another level cool. In today's 'Phage Therapy Today' podcast, we sit down with Dr. Steven Theriault, a proud Canadian, a scientist, and an entrepreneur from Cytophage Tehnologies Inc. Listen to the episode and learn about how he is building and e…
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Phage genome annotation is a critical component in phage therapy to help us understand the functions of phage genes and ensure efficacy of phages. In this week's phage therapy today, we sit down with the founder and CEO at Rime Bioinformatics Dr. Antoine Culot to discuss the current challenges, regulations and opportunities in using bioinformatic t…
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In today's show, we sit down with Dr. Steffanie Strathdee, whose family story of saving her husband's life from a life-threatening superbug infection using phage therapy really inspired a lot of the most important works today in the phage therapy field. Listen to today's episode to learn about her story. Among her many roles, as the director of the…
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How do bacteriophages shape bacterial fitness and how does it lead to the resensitiization of antimicrobials? In today's show, we are delighted to have Dr. Jeremy Barr from Monash University to talk about his research and his recent republication on Nature Microbiology "Bacteriophage-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii are resensitized to antimicrobi…
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There have been several quite famous successful cases of using phage therapy for treatment. One of those cases was carried out at Mayo Clinic by the founder and director of Mayo Clinic’s Phage Therapy Program Dr. Gina Suh. Listen to our conversation on this story and the consideration along the process. We dig deep into how physicians are perceivin…
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Welcome back to Phage Therapy Today and in this episode, we have Dr. Minmin Yen from PhagePro joining us to discuss her and her team's recent progress on bringing preventive phage therapy product to fight Cholera, an acute, diarrheal illness that's often associated with poverty, poor infrastructure and social injustice. Listen to her journey of bri…
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Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Biopharmaceutical Accelerator(CARB-X) is one global nonprofit partnership that manages a large portfolio of early stage companies to do the job as described by its name. In this episode, we are happy to have its chief scientist Dr. Richard Alm to help us paint a broad picture of the antimicrobial landscape an…
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Dr. Austen Terwilliger is the director of operations at BMC TailorLabs, overseeing the cooperation between phage providers, physicians and regulatory agencies. In this conversation, we sit down and understand the dynamic nature in these processes and let's take a minute to think about how we can setup standards to better help patients. Check out Dr…
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In business for just 5 years, Adaptive Phage Therapeutics has no doubt made tremendous progress and built itself as one of the most competitive leader in our industry. Learn about the founding story and the milestones achieved at APT from its CEO Greg Merril, and most importantly, the direction Greg envisions where we are going. Attached here is th…
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We may think the magic in phage therapy is in the treatment. That is true. But to make this magic happen, collaborative team efforts is necessary to together prepare the stage and get ready for the show. Dr. Sabrina Green is currently the director of R&D at Baylor college of medicine Tailorlabs 'https://www.bcm.edu/research/research-centers/tailor'…
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Dr. Irene Chen is currently a faculty member at UCLA working on building the next generation phage therapy platform. If you are new to this field and want to catch up a bit, this is the right episode for you. On this episode, we'll talk about what phages are, what phage therapy is, what's the current state of art and much more. Besides the amazing …
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Phage therapy today is the go to podcast to learn about current achievement and progress in phage therapy. We've gathered incredible guests joining us to share their works and ideas using phage therapy to fight this antimicrobial war. We do this together, and together we can do this.
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