Video Library

Biomedical Scholars Share their Stories

2012 Pew Biomedical Scholar Kathryn E. Wellen, Ph.D and 1994 Pew Biomedical Scholar Gary H. Gibbons, M.D. discuss the impact that being a Pew Biomedical Scholar has had on their lives and careers.

Learn More

Added: Aug 30, 2012
Length: 03:19
# results: 1-9 of 42
Show items per page

Pew Latin American Fellows Advance Biomedical Science Around the World

Nobel laureate Torsten Wiesel helped establish the Pew Latin American Fellows Program in the Biomedical Sciences, and is chair of the program’s national advisory committee. In this video, he discusses the program’s origins and successes over its first two decades.

Added: Mar 31, 2014
Length: 02:11

New Mom Sickened by Listeria: 'Food Safety Affects Everyone'

Merrill Behnke, of Bellevue, WA, was a healthy and proud new mom when a listeria infection caused by imported ricotta salata cheese put her in the hospital for 16 days. She describes the physical and emotional toll of her illness in this video.
Added: Jan 27, 2014
Length: 03:12

Serving Healthy School Meals: Kitchen Tools Matter

How do you store extra servings of fruits and vegetables so schools can serve students the healthy foods they need to learn? Two school food service experts outline the importance of school kitchen equipment so that personnel have the right tool for the right job.
Added: Dec 18, 2013
Length: 00:55

Serving Healthy School Meals: Presentation Matters

Kids eat with their eyes, just like adults. Two school food service experts explain why presentation and equipment play important roles in getting kids to eat healthy foods.
Added: Dec 18, 2013
Length: 00:42

The Next Generation of Cooks Are Making Healthy Food for Their Families and Their Schools

This Thanksgiving, students are thankful for healthy meals at home and in school. Meet Leon Sanchez, a student chef cooking up positive change.
Added: Nov 26, 2013
Length: 01:18

Immunity Studies Cross Scientific and Continental Borders

2012 Pew Latin American Fellow Natalia Martin studies the molecular mechanisms underlying innate immunity—the body’s first, non-specific line of defense against invading pathogens.

Added: Nov 14, 2013
Length: 02:40

Immunobiology: Decoding Cellular Conversations

2011 Pew biomedical scholar Michael Kuhns studies the processes leading to immunity in vertebrates and researches how cells communicate with each other to induce the appropriate immune response to an invading pathogen or a vaccine.

Added: Oct 8, 2013
Length: 02:45

Georgia Farmer Raises Animals Without Overusing Antibiotics

Will Harris's farm is proof that meat producers can promote animal welfare and environmental sustainability without using antibiotics in feed to promote growth.

Added: Sep 11, 2013
Length: 01:51

Cincinnati Serves up Healthy School Meals at the Salad Bar

Students don’t need to be told to eat their veggies in Cincinnati. There are salad bars in every public school and the students are actually using them.
Added: Sep 4, 2013
Length: 02:19