The 2020 TEDMED Editorial Advisory Board (EAB) is comprised of leading experts in fields spanning the spectrum of health and medicine. They have played an important role in helping to identify the topics, themes, Speakers and Innovators that will make up the TEDMED program this year. The members of the EAB are invaluable members of the TEDMED Community and are instrumental in shaping TEDMED 2020.
Given their unique role in helping to inform the TEDMED program, we wanted to know what they’re excited to experience at TEDMED this year and which speakers they are looking forward to meeting. Below are some of their responses – and we want to hear from you as well. Be sure to tag us in your responses on Twitter (@TEDMED), and on Facebook and Instagram (@TEDMEDcommunity).
Throughout the 2.5 days of TEDMED you will see the EAB in action, hosting Sessions, moderating Meetup Discussions, participating in Partner events, watching TEDMED Talks and enjoying the evening celebrations. If you haven’t registered yet for TEDMED 2020, join the EAB and the rest of the delegation before space runs out.
What are you most excited for at TEDMED 2020 and why?
“I’m excited for the energy and creativity that always sparkles from the TEDMED stage – and excited to see this wonderful program in its new Boston location!”-Pam Belluck, Health & Science Writer, New York Times
“As someone who grew up in ‘The Hub’, I have a ton of hometown pride and am thrilled for Boston to help forge the worldwide connections that form at TEDMED.”-Roxanne Khamsi, Independent Journalist
“Reconnecting with old colleagues and making many new friends!”- Sara Gorman, PhD, MPH, Director, High School Programming, Jed Foundation
Which TEDMED 2020 Speaker are you most looking forward to and why?
“Gokul Upadhyayula. Why?—biological sciences are in the midst of an imaging revolution and Gokul is leading the way; the machines he builds, the images he captures and the movies he creates are the very definition of wonder.”-Adam Goulburn, PhD, General Partner, Lux Capital
“Katherine Eban is one of the most amazing investigative journalists focused on medicine, the pharmaceutical industry and our modern quest for health. Her new book is fantastic — a must read for any TEDMEDer!”-Udaya Patnaik, Entrepreneur and Consultant
“Thjis Biersteker. This is the artist for our time. Combining data, technology and artistic installations to visualize the impact of climate change. Thjis proudly answers the common refrain of ‘I need to see it to believe it’ mentality. I’m so excited to see him talk about his vision, process and highlight the works he’s most proud of.”-Vanessa Ruiz, Creative Director, Wolters Kluwer Health; Founder, Street Academy
“Anne Basting—we are all aging.”-Howard Bauchner, MD, Editor in Chief of JAMA and the JAMA Network
We look forward to seeing you soon in Boston, MA. If you plan on joining us, be sure to register soon!
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