Singularly University, the renowned Silicon Valley playground for interdisciplinary thinkers and doers, has placed its crosshairs on medicine with the launch of FutureMed, an executive education program exploring how exponentially improving technologies will change the future of health and medicine. FutureMed is a five day immersive program taking place at NASA’s Ames Research Park in Mountain View, California. Participants will live and be hosted on the Ames campus from May 10th – 15th, and the 8am-10pm days will include a mix of lectures, interactive workshops, demos, site-visits, un-conferences, and various social events.
Faculty include the likes of Peter Diamandis, Dean Ornish, and Tim O’Reilly, and the tracks will cover topics ranging from robotic surgery, artificial intelligence, and medical decision making, to mobile and web-enabled care delivery. If you’d like to join in on the fun, Singularity University has offered Medgadget readers $1,000 off the program fee. Use the referral code “Medgadget” during registration to apply the discount.
From the FutureMed team:
FutureMed educates and prepares physicians, senior health care executives, entrepreneurs and investors to understand and recognize the opportunities and disruptive influences of exponentially growing technologies. These game changing technologies and innovations have great implications in medicine, healthcare and the biomedical industry in the decade ahead.
Core tracks include those which will explore the exponential trends in Information/Data-driven and internet enabled health care, Genomics and Personalized Medicine, Regenerative Medicine, Robotics & Future Interventional approaches, NeuroMedicine, Device & Drug development, and Entrepreneurship. Talks, Workshops and site visits will be led by a mix of world class faculty from across the biomedical and healthcare spectrum.