Charis Himeda, PhD.
UPDATE: Our show has been rescheduled for Wednesday, August 30, 2017, 9:00 pm EST / 8:00 CST. Visit us here for updates. Listen live or via podcast HERE!
Our guest is Charis L. Himeda, PhD, Research Assistant Professor at the Center for Molecular Medicine at the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine. She has worked in the fields of myogenesis and muscle disease for many years, and is currently using cutting-edge technologies to examine mechanisms of epigenetic dysregulation in FSHD muscle cells and explore potential avenues of therapy. Continue reading
LISTEN LIVE HERE Wednesday, June 28, 2017, 9:00 pm EST / 8:00 pm CST
Our guest is Carol S. Birnbaum, MD, a psychiatrist in private practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is a tireless advocate for the Society as an advisor and liaison with patients and families. In 2011, Dr. Birnbaum lost her mother to complications related to FSHD. She is eager to promote the Society in its search for a cure and to offer support and guidance for patients and their families. On our show, she will respond to questions and comments shared by our Facebook communities. She will also be available to answer you questions on-air.
Carol is a graduate of Bryn Mawr College and the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. She completed her residency in psychiatry and a fellowship in biological psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital, and is a graduate of the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute. She resides in Cambridge, Massachusetts, with her husband Adam, a chef, and two sons.
Call into the show with your questions at 949-270-5953 (dial 1 to speak live on air) or use the chat room and the host will read them on air.
FSH Society Talk Radio host Tim Hollenback
We have launched a new service for our members, an internet radio show that will feature guest interviews and live on-air Q&A with our listeners. Hosted by Tim Hollenback, the show will stream live over BlogTalkRadio on the last Wednesday of every month, at 9:00 pm EST / 8:00 pm CST.Listeners can call into the live shows to ask questions and join a chat session with other listeners for real-time socializing, networking, and support. Episodes will be recorded and available as podcasts after the shows.
Listen to our pilot episode, an interview with FSH Society executive director June Kinoshita, who answers questions about current research, clinical trials, and the FSH Society’s role in supporting and educating the FSHD community.