1. Dismantling the One-Size-Fits-All Model of Medicine

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    For a long time, treating patients has operated on a “one-size-fits-all” model in which we have assumed that all patients with a given disease name have similar problems and thus, need the same treatment. This phenomenon, termed the homogeneity assumption, has recently been debunked by the “Unique Disease Principle” which states that disease is fundamentally different in each individual it affects. Dr. Shuji Ogino, of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, created and continues to develop the blossoming field of Molecular Pathological Epidemiology (MPE). Through the emergence of MPE as a new field, he hopes to make broad impacts and contribute to overall advancements of science for maximum benefits to human beings in the world, by means of transforming paradigms and frameworks of biomedical and health sciences. Dr. Ogino’s approach is bringing personalized care back to care providers while producing results that save lives.

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    • Eric Saperston Corporate Speaking Reel

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      Eric Saperston is an international sought after keynote speaker who activates audiences to their feet, inspires organizational greatness, ignites individual wonder and jumpstarts business to sell excellently, lead passionately and innovate profoundly at whatever it is they are endeavoring to do.

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      • Nancy Koehn 2

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        • 14th Annual Heller Lecture: Professor Eugene Wang

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          14th Annual Heller Lecture: Professor Eugene Wang Tuesday, March 17, 2015 The Vancouver Art Gallery presents Eugene Wang, Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Professor of Asian Art at Harvard University, as the 14th annual Heller Lecturer. This illustrated lecture, To Move Mountains: Old Script and New Practices in Contemporary Chinese Art addresses the complex relationships that tradition and history have within contemporary Chinese art. Presented alongside Unscrolled: Reframing Tradition in Contemporary Chinese Art, it builds on the current exhibition’s key themes, with a fulsome discussion about how tradition is transformed through personal experiences, politics and contemporary art practices. A third-century Chinese fable has it that a ninety-year-old man resolved to move two mountains that stood in front of his house. For nearly 1,700 years this story of foolhardiness and determination fluctuated in and out of popularity until the twentieth century, which saw a renewed cultural interest in the old man’s spirit and drive to tackle the impossible. This ancient story has now turned into a new source for art making. If art is about “purposive purposelessness,” as philosopher Immanuel Kant proposed, the old man’s stubbornness indeed makes a good recipe for art and fuels many instances of modern and contemporary Chinese art practices. To Move Mountains, a lecture by Professor Eugene Wang, elaborates on how contemporary Chinese art engages with traditional though and explains why and how this happened.

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          • Meet Metamorpho: A Robot Simulating Biological Transformation

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            Winner of the 2015 Director’s Challenge at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, Metamorpho is a robotic platform designed for emulating the developmental induction of locomotor patterns across all animals. The robot will be used in further research.

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            • IdeaPaint @ Harvard’s i-Lab

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              Everyone’s creativity shows up on the walls at Harvard’s i-Lab. IdeaPaint is symbolic of the collaborative atmosphere that happens there every day.

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              • Engineered E. Coli: Diagnostic & Therapeutic Tools

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                In this animation, see an example of how genetically engineered microbes being developed by researchers at the Wyss Institute could detect and treat a wide range of gastrointestinal illnesses and conditions. For more information, please visit http://wyss.harvard.edu/viewpressrelease/203/

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                • Harvard University : Center for African Studies

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                  Africa and Harvard - Visions for the 21st Century

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                  • Antibiotic Efficacy – New Understandings

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                    In this video, Michael Lobritz and James Collins explain how antibiotics can have vastly different effects on pathogenic bacteria and suggest potential implications for improving antibiotic treatments in infected patients. To learn more, visit http://wyss.harvard.edu/viewpressrelease/205/

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                    • Object Studio, Harvard GSD

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                      a short video about Object Studio, course at the Harvard GSD that has been taught by Josep Lluís Mateo Spring 2015. Find more: http://www.mateo-arquitectura.com/a-look-at-object-studio-harvard-gsd/

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