Dr. Kelly Swanson returns to the podcast for a conversation about fiber and fiber research! In part two of this two-part episode, Stephen and Kelly discuss: the complex and multifaceted nature of fiber properly defining fiber in pet food intersectional effects of fiber on health pitfalls in study design and confounding variables balancing knowledgeable reviewers with other conflicts of interest …
Dr. Kelly Swanson returns to the podcast for a conversation about fiber and fiber research! In part one of this two-part episode, Stephen and Kelly discuss: How do you eat your bananas? Background and the definition of fiber Solubility, viscosity, and water holding capacity Recommendations about fiber Donors and in vitro testing in fiber research What variables matter most in …
Our guest in this episode is Ryan Dilger, Traverse co-founder and professor of Animal Science at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. In today’s interview, Ryan and Stephen talk about the challenges of interdisciplinary research, using data to personalize animal agriculture, and how academics and industry can learn from one another. You can find the audio version of the podcast on …
In this xpost Andrea Wien, host of The Microbiome Report via BIOHM Health, interviews Stephen Fleming to chat about short chain fatty acids and what we know about them in relation to gut health. To learn more about BIOHM Health and listen to their podcast, see below links. BIOHM Health https://www.biohmhealth.com/ The Microbiome Report https://www.biohmhealth.com/blogs/pod-cast Original Episode https://www.biohmhealth.com/blogs/pod-cast/episode-75-one-species-trash-is-anothers-treasure
Kelly Swanson and Stephen Fleming chat about postbiotics, developments in the field, and their role in the industry. To watch Part 1, click here.
Kelly Swanson and Stephen Fleming chat about postbiotics, what they are, how measure them, and how to design trials to assess their efficacy.
Stephen interviews Kristina Campbell from the KC Microbiome Communications Group. They chat about science communication, being educational vs entertaining, if there is a difference between marketing and communication, and more!
In this episode, Matthew, Vinh, and Stephen discuss the importance of being open and transparent with your data.
In this episode, we invite Matthew Hesson-Mcinnis a professor of Psychology at Illinois State University to talk about dealing with outliers in your data.
In this 2nd episode, we invite Matthew Hesson-Mcinnis a professor of Psychology at Illinois State University to talk about power analysis, sample size, and what it means to have adequate statistical power.
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