Interviews

PolyBio’s Dr. Amy Proal interviews Dr. Ben Readhead about studying infectious contributions to Alzheimers

Dr. Ben Readhead is the Edson Endowed Professor of Dementia Research at Arizona State University’s Banner Neurodegenerative Disease Research Center. His…

PolyBio’s Dr. Amy Proal interviews Dr. Kim Lewis about Lyme bacterial persister cells and pulsed antibiotics

Dr. Kim Lewis is a University Distinguished Professor at Northeastern University with particular expertise in molecular microbiology. He is also the…

Interview with Dr. David Putrino: Treatment/research at Mt. Sinai’s LongCovid (Post-COVID) Clinic

PolyBio’s Dr. Amy Proal interviews Dr. David Putrino. David Putrino is the Director of Rehabilitation Innovation for the Mount Sinai Health…

Interview with Dr. John Chia: chronic enterovirus infection in ME/CFS

John Chia is an infectious disease physician who practices at ID Med in Torrance, California. He has published multiple papers on infection…

A conversation with Marcelo Freire: how oral pathogens can contribute to systemic disease

Marcelo Freire is an associate professor in the Genomic Medicine and Infectious Disease Department at the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI)….

Interview with George Tetz: Bacteriophage Activity in Chronic Disease

Interview with George Tetz: a look at how bacteriophages can act as novel mammalian pathogens November 28th, 2018 by Amy Proal…

A conversation with Mike VanElzakker: Neuroimaging for Neuroinflammation

A conversation with Mike VanElzakker: how his research team studies neuroinflammation July 18th, 2020 by Amy Proal Michael VanElzakker, Phd, is…

Interview with Resia Pretorius: how bacteria & viruses drive clotting in blood

Interview with Resia Pretorius: how bacteria, viruses and their inflammatory products can impact blood clotting in chronic disease August 6th, 2020…

A conversation with Mike Lustgarten: microbial Burden in aging & chronic disease

A conversation with Mike Lustgarten: Bacteria, viruses and the microbiome in aging and chronic disease July 11th, 2020 by Amy Proal…