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Aaron E. Carroll, MD, MS is an associate professor of Pediatrics and the associate director of Children's Health Services Research at Indiana University School of Medicine.
Combining his careers as a physician, a professor and an author, Abraham Verghese has written three books that have all been listed on the New York Times bestseller list.
Campbell-White -- one of the first biotechnology analysts on Wall Street and a pioneering woman in the male-dominated world of startup finance -- is in an expansive mood these days.
Anthony Atala, M.D., is the Director of the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, and Chair of the Department of Urology at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine in the state of North Carolina in the United States.
Author of "Innovate the Pixar Way: Business Lessons from the World's Most Creative Corporate Playground" and "The Disney Way: Harnessing the Management Secrets of Disney in Your Company"
Bill Davenhall wants to improve physicians' diagnostic techniques by collecting each patient's geographic and environmental data, and merging it with their medical records.
Bruce Aylward is a Canadian physician and epidemiologist who heads the polio eradication programme at WHO, the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI).
Bruce Bodaken is chairman, president and CEO of Blue Shield of California, a 3.2 million member not-for-profit health plan that serves the commercial, individual and government markets in California.
Partner and Head of US Healthcare at Apax Partners where he focuses on investments in healthcare services, products, pharma and healthcare IT.
Carol Adelman is a senior fellow and director of Hudson's Center for Science in Public Policy, specializing in international development, foreign aid, trade and global health.
Dr. Behrenbruch is a Professor in the Crump Institute for Molecular Imaging (Department of Medical and Molecular Pharmacology, David Geffen School of Medicine).
Christine Robins is the Chief Executive Officer of BodyMedia, Inc., a pioneer in developing and marketing wearable body monitors designed to help people lose weight, affect positive change in their behaviors, and ultimately lead healthier lives.
David B. Agus, MD is Director of the Spielberg Family Center for Applied Proteomics and Research Director of the Louis Warschaw Prostate Cancer Center at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
David Bolinsky and his team illustrate scientific and medical concepts with high-drama animation. You've never seen the life of a cell quite like this.
Dean Ornish is a clinical professor at UCSF and founder of the Preventive Medicine Research Institute. He's a leading expert on fighting illness -- particularly heart disease with dietary and lifestyle changes.
Holocaust Survivor; Author of six books including "I am a Star - Child of the Holocaust" and "Finding Dr. Schatz - The Discovery of Streptomycin and A Life It Saved"
Ernest Madu founded the Heart Institute of the Caribbean, a revolutionary clinic for cardiovascular diseases in Kingston, Jamaica -- revolutionary for offering first-class health care in a developing nation. His next stop: Nigeria.
In his legendary career in chemistry, George Whitesides has been a pioneer in microfabrication and nanoscale self-assembly. Now, he's fabbing a diagnostic lab on a chip.
As a doctor and researcher, Hans Rosling identified a new paralytic disease induced by hunger in rural Africa. Now he looks at the bigger picture of social and economic development with his remarkable trend-revealing software.
After 9/11, Irwin Redlener emerged as a powerful voice in disaster medicine -- the discipline of medical care following natural and human-made catastrophes.
Jane Chen has spent years working on health issues in the developing world. She was program director of a nonprofit in China dealing with HIV/AIDS, and worked for the Clinton Foundation's HIV/AIDS Initiative in Tanzania.
During his 20 years of volunteer service, Dr. Seffrin served the Society at the local, state, and national levels before being named the Society's top staff executive in 1992.
Karen Frank holds a Docotrate degree in Metaphysics and is the Founder and President of Dr. Karen Frank's Center for Holistic Wellness and Healing Hypno-Harmonics, a CD series for self hypnosis.
Currently, Kevin J. Scanlon is using his academic and business experience to mentor creative scientific ideas with good business practices to generate novel medical products
Dynamic Founder, President and CEO of A10 Clinical Solutions, Inc., an award-winning clinical care and clinical research company; Named in the Top 10 Women Entrepreneurs by Fortune Magazine; Named Entrepreneur of the Year for Social Responsibility by Ernst & Young
Marc Koska wants to improve health care in the developing world by re-designing dangerous medical tools -- and offering education to practitioners in under-funded clinics.
Our work in suspended animation derives from the fact that many animals exhibit what we call "metabolic flexibility," the ability to dial down their respiration and heartbeat and, in effect, "turn themselves off" in response to physical or environmental stress.
Michael Gazzaniga believes in a "brain-based philosophy of life." Perhaps that's not surprising—he is, after all, a professor of neuroscience and director of the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience at Dartmouth College.
Michael Merzenich studies neuroplasticity -- the brain's powerful ability to change itself and adapt -- and ways we might make use of that plasticity to heal injured brains and enhance the skills in healthy ones.
Miguel A.L. Nicolelis was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in 1961. He received an M.D. degree from the University of Sao Paulo Medical School in 1984 and a Ph.D. in physiology in 1988 from the Department of Physiology in the Institute of Biomedical Science at the University of Sao Paulo.
One of the psychiatrists who supported the positive/negative symptom-based model of schizophrenia back in the seventies was Professor Nancy Andreasen.
Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Bioethics, Raymond Schinazi Distinguished Research Professor of Jewish Bioethics, Professor of Medicine, Pediatrics, and Sociology, and the Director of the Center for Ethics at Emory University; Senior Bioethicist at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
TED Fellow Rachel Armstrong researches "metabolic materials" -- construction materials that possess some of the properties of living systems, and can be manipulated to "grow" architecture.
Dr. Robert Cox knew his future when he decided to become a physician...in 9th grade! Pursuit of this dream led to a successful private practice in Internal Medicine and national recognition as a specialist in Infectious Diseases.