In Boston, the students are back and so is the long list of health-related events, including the already sold-out IgNobels. Fold up some of your own paper airplanes and watch it via webcast next week. Saturday lectures are first come, first served.
7p. “Thinking about Flavor.” A Science and Cooking Public Lecture. Harold McGee and Dave Arnold. Harvard: Science Center C. Details. More science than health, but fun and sometimes nutritious. Click here for the full schedule and arrive early for a seat.
September 10 – 11. “Population Health Equity.” HMS: Joseph B. Martin Conference Center. Details, RSVP.
8:30a – 4p. “The Role of Universities in Addressing Global Health Challenges.” A symposium. Harvard: Knafel Gymnasium, 18 Mason St. Details, Registration.
Noon. “Fast-Acting Treatments for Depression: Intravenous Injections and Electromagnetic Fields.” Michael Rohan and Arkadiy Stolyar. McLean Hospital: Belmont campus – Service building, Pierce Hall. Details.
4:30p. “The Ethics of Innovative Neurosurgery.” A panel discussion. HMS: Armenise Building D, Amphitheater, 210 Longwood Ave. This event will be webcast. Webcast URL TBA. &nbsol Details, RSVP.*
8:30 – 5:30p. “MindEx 2015.” Keynotes: “What I Learned from Being Labelled Mentally Ill and My Views on Some Challenges Facing Cyberconscious Minds,” by Martine Rothblatt, and “The Current State of Personal Genomics,” by George Church. Harvard: Sanders Theater. Details. More Ex stuff.