American Friends of Rambam (AFORAM) is serving as co-host for an upcoming webinar. Participants can learn about Stanford’s world-renowned Biodesign program, and its impact in training healthtech innovation leaders.
The California Israel Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with American Friends of Rambam will host a webinar entitled, “Strengthening Global Collaboration - How Stanford Biodesign and Rambam Biodesign Programs Help Boost Israeli Innovation”. This special event will be held on Tuesday, September 8th, 2020 at 8:00pm Israel time (1:00pm Eastern Daylight Time/10:00am Pacific Daylight Time).
The webinar will be moderated by Dr. Josh Makower, a co-founder of and advisor for the Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign, a program established by Stanford University in the year 2000 as a fast-paced, project-based course for graduate and post-graduate students with a passion for entrepreneurship and a commitment to improving healthcare for patients around the world through technology innovation.
The webinar’s panelists include Dr. Lloyd Minor, the Dean of Stanford School of Medicine; Professor Rafi Beyar, Professor Emeritus at Rambam Health Care Campus and at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology; Dr. Richard Popp, Professor Emeritus at Stanford School of Medicine; Dr. Yona Vaisbuch, the Program and Clinical Director for Rambam Biodesign; and Dr. Tahel Altman, a Stanford Biodesign Fellowship graduate.
Panelists will address the following topics:
- Dean Minor and Professor Beyar will offer greetings and provide an overview of the Rambam-Stanford Collaboration.
- Dr. Popp and Dr. Vaisbuch will discuss Biodesign concepts in theory and practice.
- Dr. Altman will talk about her experiences as an Israeli Fellow at Stanford.
To register for this event, please Click here.