Ivana Delalle, M.D., Ph.D.; Professor of Pathology; Director, NeuropathologyLifespan Academic Medical CenterJonathan F. Cahill, M.D.; Associate Professor of NeurologyWarren Alpert Medical School of Brown University/Rhode Island HospitalColin Kanach, M.D.; Neuropathology FellowWarren Alpert Medical School of Brown University/Rhode Island HospitalBrandon James, M.D.; Vascular Neurology FellowWarren Alpert Medical School of Brown University/Rhode Island Hospital
“Primary CNS Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphoma Associated with a Demyelinating Lesion: A Case Study”
The Joint Seminar Series on Clinical Trials in Aging is co-hosted by the Brown University Center for Long-Term Care Quality & Innovation (Q&I) and the Interventional Studies in Aging Center (ISAC) in the Hinda and Arthur Marcus Institute for Aging Research at Hebrew SeniorLife. Lectures focus on issues in the design and execution of clinical trials, including trials currently in the field.
This presentation is entitled, “Real-World Examples of Challenges of Pragmatic Trials.”
Presented by: Susan Mitchell, MD, MPH, Director of Palliative Care Research, Co-Director of Interventional Studies in Aging Center, Senior Scientist, the Marcus Institute and Thomas Travison, PhD, Director of Biostatistics and Data Sciences, Co-Director of Interventional Studies in Aging Center, Senior Scientist, the Marcus Institute.
Please join us on January 13th for a seminar series presentation by Adam Blumenthal, “Transformative Uses of Virtual Reality in Health & Medicine”. Adam will present on the current state of VR as a tool for training, therapy, and patient engagement with many examples of compelling case studies.
Adam has been producing innovative digital experiences with the world’s best-known organizations for more than 25 years. During his career he has led digital strategy and production at preeminent Madison Avenue agencies, worked with legends of the entertainment industry, and some of the foremost philanthropies and universities to transform the ways they engage with their audiences using digital media. During the Obama administration Adam was a guest at the White House for three summits with innovators in education. He has a particular interest and specialty in virtual reality (VR). During the last five years Adam has produced several VR experiences for learning and healthcare use cases. Adam is an adjunct faculty member of the Department of Computer Science and has taught courses in strategy and design for VR as Virtual Reality Artist-in-Residence and an Associate Professor of the Practice.