Register for TEDMED 2014
Adam Gazzaley, MD, PhD
Apply to attend the first TEDMED in San Francisco, co-hosted by UCSF neuroscientist Adam Gazzaley. From September 10-12, 2014, delegates in Washington D.C. and San Francisco will participate in a simultaneous, unified, digitally linked program with equal numbers of live speakers, delegates, and innovative Hive startups.
UCSF to Host 2014 TEDMED
January 15, 2014
In a nod to UC San Francisco’s role as a health sciences innovator, TEDMED has chosen UCSF as its “natural” first global partner, with plans for an initial event to take place simultaneously in San Francisco and Washington, D.C., on Sept. 10-12.
This will be the first step in an international roll-out of the annual gathering, with the goal of holding simultaneous events across seven locations in the future, including China, Japan, the Middle East and Western Europe. Each of those permanent sites, which TEDMED will begin announcing next year, will be hosted by a city and leading medical research institution, and will be digitally linked to the other sites.
“There has never been a greater need for an inclusive worldwide gathering that showcases, supports and sparks innovative thinking and imaginative new approaches to health and medicine,” TEDMED curator Jay Walker said in announcing the expansion and UCSF’s role as a permanent institutional partner for the event. “Soon the whole world will come together for one week every year at TEDMED, where all will be invited to experience and share the best of what humankind can achieve in service of health and medicine.”
UC San Francisco Becomes TEDMED’s First Medical Research Institution Partner
TEDMED press release
January 15, 2014
WASHINGTON, DC (January 15, 2014) — TEDMED, the annual multi-disciplinary gathering where leaders from all sectors of society come together to explore the promise of technology and potential of human achievement in health and medicine, announced today it will hold its annual gathering across up to 7 stages simultaneously via digitally linked, permanent host cities around the world. Concurrently TEDMED also announced that it has selected University of California San Francisco (UCSF) as its first medical research institution partner.