Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine


This week Dr. Greg talks with Dr. Michael Johansson, a biologist and researcher with the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, about vector-borne diseases and how to avoid them.


This week on Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine the host talks with Dr. Suzanne Segerstrom, professor of psychology at the University of Kentucky.  Dr. Segerstrom has recently been awarded a National Institute on Aging grant to study the effects of stress on the immune system in older adults.  The answers could hold hope for  individuals and families dealing with Alzheimer's and Dementia.

Should Docs Go All In On Social Media Platforms?

Sep 6, 2017

This week on Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine the host talks with Dr. Jerad Gardner, associate professor of pathology at the University of Arkansas and a leading pioneer in the use of social media platforms to connect with other medical professionals as well as patients.


This week Dr. Greg talks with Dr. Amanda Abnee Gumbert, extension specialist at the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment about clean water, water systems, and why we should never take them for granted.

UK College of Nursing

This week Dr. Greg talks with Dr. Fran Hardin and Dr. Lee Anne Walmsley of the UK College of Nursing about their 24 month Med Vet option, in which service veterans with medical experience are getting credit for that experience when going to nursing school.

Do Your Kids Have All Of Their Shots?

Aug 9, 2017
Fayette County Health Department

The start of a new school year is a good time to revisit this conversation Dr. Greg recently had with Dr.Paul  Offutt, Director of the Vaccine Education Center, and faculty physician in the Division of Infectious Disease at the Children's Hospital in Philadelphia.  He says when it comes to your child and immunization, trust the experts.

Melanie J. Sparks UK Now

Dr. Greg talks with Dr. Tim Yost, co-director of PT Pros in Harlan and a UK College of Health Sciences alumnus, who has come up with an experiential learning program where physical therapy doctoral students spend time in deep coal mines to understand the physical challenges and potential injuries miners face in the course of their work.

Associated Press

In this week's Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine segment the host speaks with John Mustaine of the Epilepsy Foundation of Kentuckiana's Operation Outreach which recently held a Battle Brain FX Symposium addressing military veterans and traumatic brain injury.

UK Now

With so many of us living most of our lives out 'online' how worried should we be about our medical information getting into the wrong hands?  This week Dr. Greg talks patient confidentiality issues with Richard Chapman, chief privacy officer of UK Healthcare.

Associated Press

This week Dr. Greg talks with Gerald Hickson, Senior Vice President for Quality, Safety and Risk Prevention for the Vanderbilt Health System.  He says evidence is mounting that a physician with anger issues or poor social skills can have an adverse effect on your health.