Since 2009, TEDMED has been the conference where the world’s most creative minds have gathered to meet healthcare’s most innovative science. An offshoot of the renowned TED (Technology+Entertainment+Design) conferences, TEDMED is an unparalleled interdisciplinary experience, bringing together great minds from dozens of medical and non-medical fields for a new kind of intellectual cross-pollination. The result is a unique opportunity for inspiration, innovation, and imagination — a chance to envision the future of health and healthcare in entirely new ways. To get a sense of the experience, see http://tedmed.com/videos to view past TEDMED talks.
Normally, onsite delegates to TEDMED pay an event fee of $4,950 to attend. This April, TEDMED can be experienced right here at the Health Science Center at no charge. TEDMEDLive is an interactive simulcast — sponsored by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and hosted here by the Libraries, Information Management & Services (IMS), and the Academic Center for Excellence in Teaching (ACET) — that puts you in the front row of TEDMED 2012 right here on campus.
Go to http://bit.ly/tedmedhsc for session times and locations. If you’re planning to attend, please use the form on that page to RSVP. If you have questions or need more information, please contact Luke Rosenberger at firstname.lastname@example.org or (210) 567-2486.
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