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Everybody pees and poops. What if there was a way to use the byproducts of our everyday bodily functions to understand the general health of a population? That is exactly what MIT’s Dr. Eric Alm is pursuing. In an ISB-Town Hall Seattle live stream, Alm discussed the promise of this novel form of public health tracking.
Sociologist Dr. Jennifer Reich, author of “Calling the Shots,” was the featured speaker of a virtual event hosted by ISB and Town Hall Seattle. She discussed the complex and increasingly political world of vaccines, how vaccines are viewed as a personal consumption product vs. a public health solution, COVID-19 vaccine development, and more.
Dr. Knatokie Ford was the featured speaker of a virtual event hosted by ISB and Town Hall Seattle, and shared many of the experiences that helped pave her way to become a leading voice in STEM policy and advocacy, and identified several ways parents and teachers can encourage kids to become tomorrow’s STEM professionals.
ISB’s 18th Annual International Symposium, called Future of Health, featured accomplished scientists and leaders from industry and academia who discussed how concepts and innovations are translated from the lab into real-world clinical applications and therapies. Presentation videos from the two-day event are available here.
EVENT: ISB Panel on “The Future of Health” DATE: April 3, 2017 TIME: 7:30 p.m. COST: $5 TICKETS: townhallseattle.org/event/isb-panel-2/ Seattle’s Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) is revolutionizing science with a powerful approach to predict and prevent disease, and enable a sustainable environment. Explore the cross-disciplinary and collaborative approach of systems biology and how it is applied in the exploration of new frontiers in biology and medicine. This moderated forum will…
Mark your calendars for 7:30 p.m. on March 18 to join ISB for a panel discussion about “Tipping Points in Environment and Climate.” The event takes place at Downstairs at Town Hall. Tickets are $5. Info: townhallseattle.org/event/isb-panel Panel description: So-called tipping points — sudden, large-scale environmental changes — are altering our ecosystem in non-intuitive ways that defy our sense of causation. Because the nature of these shifts makes them unexpected,…
As an extension of ISB's 13th Annual International Systems Biology Symposium, we are collaborating with Town Hall Seattle to hold a panel discussion. Panelists include ISB president, Dr. Lee Hood; Dr. Tony Blau, of UW's Division of Hematology, Department of Medicine; Dr. Peter Nelson, prostate cancer researcher and oncologist at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; and moderator Dr. Eric Holland, Senior VP and Director of the Human Biology Division at…