Mark your calendars for TEDMED@SMHS March 2-4

TEDMED Live 2020, a collection of biomedical and health-focused TED talks, will be streamed live into the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. March 2-4, 2020. The event will be held in Room E418 of the Northeast campus building in Grand Forks, in which TEDMED talks will be streamed live from Boston, Mass.

The TEDMED 2020 program will explore topics covering several areas of health and medicine, ranging from the impact of climate change on health to the consequences of accessibility to genetic data to how medical leaders can best overcome vaccine hesitancy among their constituencies. Topics that might interest SMHS faculty, staff, and students include youth anxiety, epidemiology, pandemic prevention, and gerontology. Check out this year’s Speakers on TEDMED.com.

The event is free and open to everyone interested in seeing a presentation or two with your colleagues in-house. See you there.