Professor Nadia Rosenthal has devoted her distinguished career to the understanding of how humans might harness the regenerative powers of some animals, to combat the vagaries of injury and age.
Professor Rosenthal's research focuses on the role of growth factors, stem cells and the immune system in repairing injury and her primary focus is on heart muscle. Her book, Heart Development and Regeneration, is upheld as a definitive document in this field.
It was arguably THE GUT that brought Dr Michael Mosley his earliest public recognition.
His 1994 documentary on the work of West Australian researchers Professor Barry Marshall and Dr Robin Warren brought nominations for an Emmy, A BAFTA and also brought a LOT of mail.
The experience marked the realization that Hippocrates was on to something 2500 years ago when he said “All disease begins in the gut”
Clothilde Bullen is a Wardandi woman, mother of two and a child of two generations of Stolen Children, whose immersion in art began very young.
Episode two of the Rare Air podcast features militant activist Simon Peterffy.