Wednesday, Aug 12, 2020 8:00p -
12 Arrow Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Innovation, Lectures & Conferences, Social Good, University, Virtual & Streaming
The coronavirus pandemic has revealed just how much individual health is connected to the health of everyone else. Dr. Amar Dhand is a professor at Harvard Medical School whose research examines how our social relationships structure health outcomes. He’s also on the frontlines of Covid-19 treating patients at Brigham & Women’s Hospital. In this Lyceum Live conversation, we’ll hear from Dr. Dhand about:
Stories of treating Covid-19 patients.
How doctors are deploying new technologies like robots in treatment.
Why individual health depends on other people.
How network science can help us address current and future health crises.
Attendance is free, but we are encouraging attendees to contribute to Direct Relief, an organization providing PPE and medication to those who need it most.
Lyceum Live is a public conversation series hosted by Zachary Davis featuring leading thinkers discussing the most pressing issues of our time. It is a production of Lyceum, a new platform for educational audio. Download today or follow us on Twitter.