Phoenix Biomedical Campus: Health Sciences Education Building
Tour the newest addition to the Phoenix Biomedical Campus - the Health Sciences Education Building. This spectacular copper-faced structure will play a critical role in the education of the next generation of science and health professionals. The 268,000 square-foot building is home to the University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University health sciences programs.
Linda Hunt of Dignity Health Arizona, 2013 Arizona Bioscience Leader of the Year
The Jon W. McGarity Arizona Bioscience Leader of the Year Award honors the person in Arizona who provided the most outstanding leadership that contributed significantly to development of the State’s bioindustry and/or recognition of the advancement of bioscience in Arizona. Recognizing that collaboration builds a stronger community, Linda Hunt has taken a leadership role to advance healthcare and the biosciences for the people of Arizona. Hunt has worked diligently with legislators, business leaders, educators, scientists and community organizations in order to identify, formulate, and support policies that will give Arizonans better healthcare and raise the bar of knowledge.Hunt has served as the head of Dignity Health in Arizona since 2012. Dignity Health includes three major hospitals in the Valley, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center and Chandler Regional and Mercy Gilbert Medical Centers. A fourth hospital, St. Joseph’s Westgate, is under construction.
Keeping People Healthy...at a cost we can afford (Full Presentation)
Michael Birt, director of the Center for Sustainable Health at the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University. In Birt’s address, “Sustaining Health: How Do We Prevent and Detect Disease Early Enough to Keep People Healthy … at a Cost We Can Afford?” he calls for a shift in our health system to reward cost-effective prevention, early detection and intervention. Such a shift and the technology that it would require has the potential to spur growth among bioscience organizations, reduce patient suffering, and lowering health care costs.
Watson and the Future of Healthcare (Full Presentation)
IBM’s Watson and future strategies for advancing health. David Kerr, Director, Corporate Strategy, IBM, Armonk, N.Y.
Arbsource was founded to transform wastewater treatment from a costly energy liability into a valuable resource through state-of-the-art microbial electrochemical cell technologies. Our team includes domain experts in the water industry passionate about contributing to a safe, secure, and sustainable water infrastructure with our award-winning Arbcell biotechnology.
Lightworks Algae Energy ASU Research
The Arizona Center for Algae Technology and Innovation (AzCATI) at Arizona State University and the Algae Testbed Public-Private Partnership (ATP3) are working with Health Enhancement Products, Inc (HEPI) to advance the science behind algae-based health and wellness products like vitamins and food chemicals.
AHSC: Helping People Live Better Longer
The Arizona Health Sciences Center at the University of Arizona The Arizona Health Sciences Center (AHSC) at the University of Arizona is a network of health-related organizations and activities unique in the state and region. Arizona’s only academic health sciences center, AHSC is based on the campus of the University of Arizona in Tucson and maintains a growing presence on the Phoenix Biomedical Campus in downtown Phoenix. From these vantage points, AHSC reaches across the state of Arizona and well beyond its borders to provide health-care education, research, patient care and service for Arizonans and their neighbors today and for the future.