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TEDMED 2013 Comes to OHP

TEDMED 2013 Comes to OHP

by Nicole Johns

April 4, 2013

Do you want to learn and be inspired by some of the world's greatest thinkers and innovators in health care and public health? 

It's your lucky day!

Thanks to the sponsors of TEDMED 2013, the Office of HIV Planning is holding a 2 day TEDMED LIVE event April 17-18th. You are welcome to come over with your lunch and watch sessions from Washington DC live in real time.  
What? You don't know what this TEDMED thing is?! Ok, just check it out for yourself.
The people we will hear from include artists, scientists, doctors, and athletes. We will watch 3 sessions of 5-7 presenters over the two days. We are talking major players: (former) Google execs, the Director of the National Institutes of Health, stars from So You Think You Can Dance?, and so many more entrepreneurs, innovators and leaders.


April 17th 11:30am-1:00pm: Translating the Untranslatable

Featuring: ZDoggMD, Mick Cornett, Jill Sobule, David Agus, Jay Walker, Sally Okun,  Richard Simmons (yes, THAT Richard Simmons!)

April 18th 11:00am - 12:45pm: Going Farther While Staying Closer

Featuring: Washington Conservatory of Music, Susan Desmond-Hellman, Roni Zeiger, Elizabeth Marincola, Christopher J.L. Murray, Larry Brilliant

April 18th 1:00 - 3:00pm: What Happens When We Mix Up the Models? 

Featuring: Francis S. Collins, Manzari Brothers, Gary Slutkin, David Odde and Black Label Movement, Zubin Damania

Registration Encouraged.

All you have to do is let us know you are coming by filling out this quick registration form. If you are unable to come in person, please contact Nicole for alternative arrangements.

As a special thank you, all those who attend will receive online access (on demand and streaming) to all the TEDMED 2013 sessions through April 21st.

Everybody is welcome to join us, no matter your profession. You are bound to be inspired and challenged by the awesome presenters at TEDMED. 

Inspiration is free, you just have to show up.

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