Episode 39: Mike Donio - Scientist Questions The Science
Mike Donio holds a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology with a Minor in Chemistry from the University of Massachusetts and a master’s degree in Biotechnology with a concentration in Biotechnology Enterprise from Johns Hopkins. He is an accomplished scientist with 20 years of experience, including 15 years in the biotech and pharmaceutical industry. This experience spans the spectrum of drug discovery ranging from target identification through pre-clinical and IND-enabling studies. His first job as a scientist was in the lab of a top infectious disease doctor doing HIV research. Following that, he went into the pharma industry working several years at Schering-Plough which was subsequently acquired by Merck. Next, he decided to mix things up and worked for a few years at Eurofins, a Contract Research Organization. Finally, he spent the last 6 years at a biotech company in the Immuno-Oncology space, where he was most recently a Senior Scientist, developing antibodies to treat cancer. Despite this extensive experience and accomplishments over the last 20 years, Mike was let go from his most recent role at the biotech company for not consenting to take the Covid vaccine due to his deeply held religious beliefs.
Mike joins me to talk about his journey of realising that something was amiss in the world of science. In this podcast we discuss the failings of the scientific method, scientism and scientific dogma, cancer research, drug research, HIV research and much much more.
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If you are a scientist or health professional, and like Mike, you are also questioning things, head on over to his telegram channel "Scientists For Health Freedom" which has over 200 scientists from around the world questioning and speaking out about the "science". https://t.me/S4HFchat
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