Google Lecture Series: Victor Stecher on new directions in health informatics

When: (tomorrow) Friday, March 29th, 2013 from 3:30-5 pm

Where: Due to the North Quad flood, this lecture has been moved to Space 2435 (…also in North Quad).
3100 North Quad – Ehrlicher Room (see this post for more detailed directions to finding the Ehrlicher Room)
Join Victor Strecher (my 2 cents: a truly phenomenal lecturer from when he spoke in my Health Informatics course last semester) discussing “On Purpose: A New Direction for Health and Health Informatics“:

Long-held assumptions and beliefs about life, death, disease, health, and risk — subjects on which Strecher has been writing and speaking for years — are questioned.  This presentation takes a journey through ancient and modern philosophy, literature, psychology, genetics, neuroscience, and Egyptology, where you will be introduced to an unlikely role model:  a six-legged superhero with a unique relationship to a ball of excrement.  In the presentation, Strecher will also preview a platform of multimedia strategies designed to help people make meaningful changes in their lives.

Find out more about the lecture and Dr. Strecher’s background on the event page. This lecture  is sponsored by:

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