The Changing Face of Healthcare
Munro is a writer and international speaker on the topic of U.S. Healthcare. He
is currently a Contributor at Forbes where he's been writing about healthcare
innovation and policy since 2011. Other global brands that Dan has written for
include TEDMED, Cisco, GE Capital, Re/Code, HL7 Standards, HIT Consultant,
Nuviun and The Health Care Blog. Dan was also awarded “Top Writer” status for 4
consecutive years on the globally popular Q&A site known as Quora. Dan is a
regular speaker, moderator and commentator at healthcare industry events
including the Digital Health Summit (both summer and winter at CES), Our Future
Health and via online events hosted by major industry sponsors like Dell,
Xerox, and TEDMED. Dan graduated from the International School of Brussels
before completing undergraduate degrees in Computer Science and Communications
(with a minor in Journalism) at the University of Redlands. Twitter: @danmunro
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Biotech TGen Alzheimers Disease Research
The Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) is a Phoenix-based nonprofit working with collaborators in the scientific and medical communities to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of gene research, fighting diseases such as cancer, neurological disorders and diabetes. This video features researchers Matthew Huentelman and Travis Dunkley, as well as a few patients.
DNA Sequencing and Disease Diagnosis
Northern Arizona University's Paul Keim describes how automated technology and robotics are used to analyze thousands of samples of DNA at one time. He explains the human genome and the information contained in DNA. Keim believes researching the DNA of disease causing organisms will advance disease treatment. Northern Arizona University is home to one of the largest pathogen related genomics research centers in the world. Read the article Genomic Research>>
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