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ISB's 2019 Future of Health Symposium

How Concepts and Innovations are Translated from the Lab into Real-World Clinical Applications

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.

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The Future of Health: Presentations from ISB’s 17th Annual International Symposium

At our 17th Annual International Symposium, focusing on the Future of Health, we welcomed speakers who are experts in diverse areas including environmental and occupational health, infectious disease transmission and forecast, drug and vaccine development, communicable disease dynamics, and beyond. Here is a video roundup of presentations from our two-day event.

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Connecting the Dots: Obama’s Plan to Map the Brain

      What You Saw in the News: On Feb. 18, The New York Times published a front-page story headlined “Obama Seeking to Boost Study of Human Brain.” (Download PDF: ObamaNYTBrainMap.) While the administration has not formally announced this brain mapping project, the NYT was able to gather enough details from scientists involved in planning the project to publish a report. Participating government agencies and private foundations include the…

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ISB and the Microbiome

What You Saw in the News: 2012 was the year of the microbiome. Feature stories about the trillions of microbes found in our environment and on/in human bodies appeared in publications such as The Economist, the New York Times, The Scientist, The New Yorker, Wired, Scientific American, and Discover. The NIH’s Human Microbiome Project published a report in Nature. The Earth Microbiome Project held its first international conference, which took…

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