Who are AI Med? AI Med are a clinician led community exploring how AI can be used in Medicine and was founded in 2014 by Dr Anthony Chang. Founder AIMed Chang is Chief Artificial Intelligence Officer, Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) Chang is a practising paediatric cardiologist, CIIO at CHOC children’s and world-renowned expert on artificial… Read More Get to know about AI in Medicine with ‘AI Med’
NCCIH co-sponsored a recent workshop that united two of its research priorities: natural products and pain. Excerpt: “On February 6, we cosponsored a 1-day workshop at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) on “Natural Products and Pain: The Search for Novel Nonopioid Analgesics” with the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke and the National Center for… Read More Focusing on Nature for New Sources of Analgesic Compounds | Craig Hopp, PhD | NCCIH | July 1 2019
Contents About Us – our aims and desires, missions and wants as a patient led group. Advocacy & raising awareness Advocacy & raising awareness (Continued from Page 2) – Including: Updated Version! New Look! | #chronicillnessVOICE | SPECIAL EDITION | eyeforpharma Patient Summit Europe ~ My experiences, incl. Im-patient | Carole Scrafton Is pharma being… Read More About Us
Post-mortem examination of 42 brain tissue samples of people with schizophrenia revealed a buildup of abnormal proteins similar to that found in people with neurodegenerative diseases. Many of the abnormal proteins were involved in nervous system development, specifically neurogenesis. Source: Physical evidence in the brain for types of schizophrenia – Neuroscience News
In 2013 Chang initiated a series of meetings that examined the benefits, and limitations, of AI ‘for’ medicine. “These meetings, called AI in Medicine (AIMed), have been successful since then in creating a ‘friendly’ and ‘collaborative’ gathering of minds as well as an ‘intellectually stimulating’ opportunity to learn about AI in medicine and healthcare.… Read More #chronicillnessVOICE SPECIAL EDITION | Why is ‘AI’ so important to the medical healthcare industry? Incl. LIVE STREAM links #AIinmedicine – AIMed
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It is purposefully designed to keep you reading for a little while as it will be a couple of months before the next edition will be published. … Read More #ChronicIllnessVoice | Pharma / Science / Tech / Digital / AI | A mix of news, events and Resources
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> I am a supporter of pharma community platforms, but as a patient wish there was one platform for all of them rather than insular separate ones. I believe that compiling resources and knowledge could lead to better results. Plus, it would make them easier to find.
>Being invited back to #efpbarca this year was indeed exciting and also an honour. This review that follows will give you a few insights into my week at Barcelona with eyeforpharma as a ‘Volunteer’ Patient Advocate, and as ‘Impatient Conference Steering Committee member, attending through their ‘Patient Policy’.
Hope you enjoy reading!… Read More #ChronicillnessVOICE SPECIAL EDITION ‘PHARMA’ APRIL 2019 | eyeforpharma Barcelona review
I am a supporter of pharma community platforms, but as a patient wish there was one platform for all of them rather than insular separate ones. I believe that compiling resources and knowledge could lead to better results. Plus, it would make them easier to find.
Excerpt from Sue Brown’s CEO update:
Prevention seems to have been the theme of my February. The possibility that a lot of the pain and disability of MSK conditions might be prevented, and that this is being taken seriously is an exciting prospect.… Read More Latest edition! ARMA Newletters | Arthritis & Musculoskeletal Alliance | March / February 2019