Christian Copley Salem is currently a PhD candidate in Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology at the University of Nevada, Reno. He studies the effect of increased uterine stretch on the induction of labor and  preterm labor. When not in the lab, Christian plays guitar, works on this podcast, pretends to study the Japanese language, and reads.

Christian Copley Salem is currently a PhD candidate in Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology at the University of Nevada, Reno. He studies the effect of increased uterine stretch on the induction of labor and  preterm labor. When not in the lab, Christian plays guitar, works on this podcast, pretends to study the Japanese language, and reads.

Karolina Balkenbush is a Registered Dietitian based out of Las Vegas, NV. She has a bachelor's degree in biochemistry and nutrition science from the University of Nevada, Reno. Her primary practice areas are weight management, sports nutrition, and pediatric nutrition. Check out Karolina's food blog!

Karolina Balkenbush is a Registered Dietitian based out of Las Vegas, NV. She has a bachelor's degree in biochemistry and nutrition science from the University of Nevada, Reno. Her primary practice areas are weight management, sports nutrition, and pediatric nutrition. Check out Karolina's food blog!

Jonathon James is a Visual Designer with a degree in Graphic Communications from Truckee Meadows Community College. In his free time, Jonathon enjoys his hobbies which include photography, hiking, drawing, and working on the visual aspects of this podcast. He is also the proud father and trainer of his Husky-Great Dane mix: LANA del Rio Ayanami Taco, Demon Hunter!

Jonathon James is a Visual Designer with a degree in Graphic Communications from Truckee Meadows Community College. In his free time, Jonathon enjoys his hobbies which include photography, hiking, drawing, and working on the visual aspects of this podcast. He is also the proud father and trainer of his Husky-Great Dane mix: LANA del Rio Ayanami Taco, Demon Hunter!

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