As well as other health and science-related events:
The Boston Science and Engineering Lectures website includes links to a lot of labs and a lot of talks. Frill-free, constantly updated and — despite a disclaimer — very thorough, the site’s calendar is a reminder of the benefits of living in a college town with three medical schools and some of the world’s most elite hospitals.
A look at the health talks on today’s list offers the following:
3 – 4:30p. “Stem Cell Therapy and Medical Tourism: Of Promise and Peril?” A forum. HLS: Austin Hall, Room 111. Details.
4:30p. “World Energy Outlook.” Fatih Birol, Chief Economist, Director, Global Energy Economics, International Energy Agency. MIT: Wong Auditorium, Tang Center (E51-115). Details.
in Health and Disease.”
HMS: Armenise Amphitheater, 210 Longwood Avenue.
(It is policy that a Harvard ID, or hospital affiliate ID, must be shown to get into the
Armenise building, though I have been told that security will let you in if you specify
that you are attending a lecture.)
7p. “What’s in your Genes: Whole Genome Sequencing and its Impact on Personalized Medicine.” HMS: Armenise Amphitheater, 200 Longwood Ave. Details.