- 23:57In Conversation with Jamie MetzlJamie Metzl
Jamie Metzl, technology futurist and author of Hacking Darwin, joins IDX Authors Series curator Dr. Gautam Galati for a dialogue on the future of humanity and the ethical dilemmas arriving with the genetic revolution.
- 22:58In Conversation with Author Rohit BhargavaRohit Bhargava
Rohit Bhargava, author of the #1 best-selling annual trend series Non-Obvious, sits down with IDX Authors Series curator Dr. Gautam Galati to talk idea curation and predicting the future.
- 37:15Hacking Darwin: Genetic Engineering and the Future of HumanityJamie Metzl
Join us as technology futurist, geopolitical expert, and science fiction novelist Jamie Metzl explores the many ways genetic engineering is shaking the core foundations of our lives as discussed in his latest book Hacking Darwin.
- 38:15How to Think Like an Innovator and Predict the FutureRohit Bhargava
Based on his #1 best-selling annual trend series, Rohit Bhargava breaks down 5 “non-obvious” habits to curate ideas and see what others miss. Predicting the future? Not as impossible as it may seem.
- 01:56Dr. Peggy Hamburg on the 21st Century Cures ActPeggy Hamburg
Dr. Peggy Hamburg brings her perspective and personal insights to the 21st Century Cures Act.
- 02:08Chairman Fred Upton on the 21st Century Cures ActFred Upton
US Congressman and Former Chairman of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, Fred Upton, speaks to the importance of the 21st Century Cures Act.
- 02:41Dr. Francis Collins on the 21st Century Cures ActFrancis Collins
Dr. Francis Collins shares his thoughts on the 21st Century Cures Act and a includes a personal message to the people behind it.
- 02:44Digital Disease DetectionJohn Brownstein
Dr. John Brownstein talks about using new data sources for public health surveillance and interventions.
- 11:22Personalized ProstheticsEythor Bender
Eythor Bender speaks to bionic and orthopedic technology, and his innovations.
- 04:18Orchestrating Healthcare in the 21st CenturyLeerom Segal
Leerom Segal speaks to exponential advances in technology and medicine.
- 14:53What Would Darwin Write Today?Juan Enriquez
Juan Enriquez explores how humans have turned evolution upside down, the symptoms of this phenomenon, and their consequences.
- 07:10Do You Think Big Enough?Ryan Olohan
Ryan Olohan wants you to ask yourself: are you aiming high enough? Are you thinking big enough?
- 18:47Healthcare on the HorizonDaniel Kraft, Bob Hariri, Martine Rothblatt, RJ Kirk
Dr. Daniel Kraft joins forces with pharma tycoons - Dr. Martine Rothblatt, R.J. Kirk, and Dr. Bob Hariri, to talk current projects, and what they can bring to the future of medicine.
- 06:24Fountain of YouthBob Hariri
Dr. Bob Hariri shares his expertise on stem cells, the perfect repair kit.
- 18:07Healthcare Meets GenomicsKatrine Bosley, David Ledbetter, George Yancopoulos, Ron Cohen
Dr. Ron Cohen sits down with Dr. George Yancopoulos, Dr. David Ledbetter, and Dr. Katrine Bosley to explore real life scenarios of genome mining and editing, including ethical issues they may face.
- 11:40Exponentials in HealthHalle Tecco, Asaf Evenhaim, Greg Schwartz, Jay Goldman
Jay Goldman sits down with Halle Tecco, Asaf Evenhaim, and Greg Szwartz to explore how companies navigate periods of hypergrowth without compromising their mission.
- 21:03Smartphones Democratizing MedicineEric Topol
Dr. Eric Topol talks about telemedicine and healthcare on demand, and apps that will summon physicians to your home.
- 23:40Top Tips for Leaders in the 21st CenturyTom Peters
Tom Peters delves into leadership in healthcare companies and the vital skills top leaders should hone in order to succeed.
- 18:22The Future of Work: How to Kill a BureaucracyGary Hamel
Gary Hamel details how bureausclerosis can cause systemic challenges in almost any organization.
- 11:25Are Sales Reps an Endangered Species?Ken Keller
Watch Ken Keller, Tom Pike and Matt Wallach talk cold, hard truths of what it means to be a sales reps in pharma.