About The Scope, University of Utah Health Sciences Radio

The Scope Health Sciences Radio highlights expert health advice and research you can use for a happier and healthier life. The Scope’s mission is to educate, engage in, and lead the conversation on the latest research and trends in medicine.

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Contact Us:
For information about The Scope Health Sciences Radio or to schedule a guest please contact:
Scot Singpiel
Senior Producer
Scot.Singpiel@hsc.utah.edu
801-581-7387

For information on syndication of The Scope Health Sciences Radio please contact:
Christopher Nelson
Executive Producer and Assistant Vice President for Public Affairs
Christopher.Nelson@hsc.utah.edu
801-581-7387

The Scope Radio Team:
Christopher Nelson, Kathy Wilets, Kent Ono — Executive Producers
Scot Singpiel — Senior Producer
Chloe Nguyen — Producer
Nicole Nixon — Assistant Producer
Leslie Muirhead — Social Media Coordinator
Julie Kiefer — Science & Research Contributor
Paul Rose — Technical Advisor
Michael Freemole — Technical Advisor
Brian Martain — Editor
Web design and development by Interactive Marketing & Web

Mailing address:
The Scope Health Sciences Radio
University of Utah
Health Sciences Office of Public Affairs
383 Colorow Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84108

The Scope Health Sciences Radio is a online production of the University of Utah Health Sciences Office of Public Affairs in collaboration with the University of Utah’s Department of Communication. The opinions expressed on The Scope Health Sciences Radio do not necessarily reflect the opinion or position of the University of Utah.

The information and opinions expressed on this site provide general information relating to health and are not intended to constitute advice or specific recommendations relating to any particular person, ailment, disease or condition or otherwise substitute for a consultation with a qualified medical doctor. The Scope Health Sciences Radio encourages you to always seek the advice of your own doctor relating to any of your health concerns. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately.