- The rise of unstoppable germs
Drug options are dwindling for doctors to treat certain types of infection. The biggest challenges come from evolution, science and economic factors that hinder the technology behind drug development.9:06 a.m.
Brad Spellberg MD: Professor of Medicine at UCLA and a clinician in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. He is author of "Rising Plague"(sept 2009).
Louis Rice MD: Chief of the medical service at the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center and professor at Case Western Reserve University.
- New album of Jimi Hendrix music to be released
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the death of legendary rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix, and with it comes a new album of some of his previously unreleased material, called "Valleys of Neptune."9:45 a.m.
Joel Brattin: Scholarly expert on Jimi Hendrix and professor of English at Worcester Polytechnic Instititute.
- What does it take to be a good doctor?
A new study examines which medical school students have the right stuff to be good doctors. The results -- students who get the best grades aren't necessarily the best doctors.10:06 a.m.
Deniz S. Ones: Professor of Industrial Psychology at the University of Minnesota.
Jim Pacala, MD: Family practice physician the University of Minnesota. He served on a U task force that re-worked the criteria for medical school admissions.
Henry Sondheimer, MD: Senior director, Student Affairs and Student Programs at the Association of American Medical Colleges.
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