Exchanges: Hard to Swallow
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On Tuesday, April 12, join us for “Hard to Swallow,” a short 15 minute talk by author, historian, and TEDx speaker Brandy Schillace, who will share the history of diagnostic technology and “seeing” inside the body. The program will discuss the evolution of technology, from the history of anatomy to the advent of devices that allowed doctors to “see” inside the living. From stethoscopes to electrocardiograms, x-ray to endoscopy, we’ll learn how tools have changed our method of diagnosis and by extension treating disease.
Joining the conversation are panelists...
...who will discuss the present and future of GI / endoscopy innovation.
We’ll finish our program with a public forum to share ideas and insights on this exciting healthcare topic. Let your voice be heard at "Exchanges."
This lecture event will be held downtown at the Global Center for Health Innovation. The Global Center is located at 1 St. Clair Avenue NE, just across the street from the Marriott Downtown at Key Center.
Refreshments will be served including light appetizers, and water, soft drinks, coffee, wine and craft brews from Market Garden Brewery. Each guest receives one complimentary drink ticket for wine or beer.
Please note this event will be videotaped.
Thank You for Your Interest and Participation
This event is free and open to the public. All are welcome.
Seating is limited and registration is required.
We look forward to seeing you on April 12.
What is Exchanges?
Exchanges is an evening program to spark discovery, learning and discussion about the past, present and future of science and medicine.
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